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Please note that all public events (shows and films) in the Universal Hall are now cancelled at least until July. We will review the situation nearer the time to look at film screenings in the summer but this will be dependant on Scottish Government guidelines about social distancing. For refunds see below. Check here for latest updates- information may change at short notice. The Hall Office is now closed so we are not monitoring the phone. If you need to contact us use email and send to uhallpromo@gmail.com

Refunds

If you have already bought tickets for events in May (or before) then you can get a refund. Online refunds are actioned automatically and you can see which shows are cancelled by scrolling through the events below

Online tickets: The online seller wegottickets.com will automatically refund to the card you bought with.

Tickets bought in the Phoenix: Take them back to the Phoenix and they will refund. You do not have to get the refund before the date of the show.

 

Tickets held for future events

We are still not sure when we will be able to host events though do we have some ticket availability for much later in the year - see below.

If an event is cancelled you will get a refund as above. No tickets are available to buy in the Phoenix at present - see below for online options.

The Universal Hall Promotions Team  May 12th

 

 

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Indigenous People – Kakatsitsi and Mbilou (music and dance) Sat 14th Sept, 8pm

Saturday, September 14, 2019, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Making a hugely welcome return to the Universal Hall, Kakatsitsi have established themselves as one of the leading African drumming groups, renowned for the quality of their singing and their accessible, funky, danceable drumming grooves. For this performance they will be collaborating with Mbilou who is an Nganga – healer, musician and dancer from the Bwiti traditional religion of the forest regions of equatorial Africa, modern day Gabon. Bwiti is an ancient shamanic tradition, originally practised solely by the forest peoples of the central African rainforest. See below for details of associated workshops.

£16/£14 concs/£12 U16’s

To buy tickets online (10% booking fee) click here

To see a video of the artists click here

Workshops (all workshops are pay on the door and all are on Sunday 15th Sept)

Universal Hall  Auditorium, 12.30 – 5pm  Ghanaian Drumming for people with some experience. £30.

Universal Hall Dance/Drama Studio 12.30 – 2.30pm Ga and Bwiti chanting. £15.

Universal Hall Dance/Drama Studio 3 – 5pm Bwiti  Dance. £15.

Dancing Green behind Universal Hall 7.30pm Outdoor open participatory event with workshop participants. Free to all – will be held indoors in the Hall if wet.

To book a place on any of the workshops, please email: uhallpromo@gmail.com

Details

Date:
Saturday, September 14, 2019
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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