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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 (music and dance) Fri. 1st Sept, 8pm

Friday, September 1, 2017, 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Indigenous People is the collective name for the Kakatsitsi Master Drummers from the Ga tribe of Southern Ghana and The !Gubi Family of San ‘Bushmen’ from the Namibian Kalahari. Fresh from a main stage appearance at WOMAD this is a rare opportunity to see authentic Dance, Drumming and Song performed. The traditional drumming dance grooves from one of Africa’s leading percussion ensembles are combined with acoustic instruments and chants from the San people of the Kalahari desert in their healing trance dance ceremonies. These accompany a dance performance which fuses elements from the two participating traditions. Entrancing and enlightening… The Friday performance is not participatory and will focus on watching the drummers, dancers and singers perform, with narration, to explain the social and cultural context of the music, song and dance.

£14/£12 concs/£10 U16s

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

To see a video of Kakasitsi click here

To see a video of the !Gubi Family click here

Special Offer: Book a 2/3 night stay in a caravan at the adjacent Findhorn Bay Holiday Park when you come to see the Indigenous People live in the Universal Hall and get a 15% discount. You must book through their website (click here) and enter the code: africa17 in the ‘voucher code’ box when you book
(Valid 1st /2nd /3rd September 2017)

Details

Date:
Friday, September 1, 2017
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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