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March 2019

Pied Piper (Family Theatre) Sat 30th Mar, 2pm

Saturday, March 30, 2019, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

When the Pied Piper plays his flute the rats run, the greedy mayor rubs his hands and the children dance... Presented by Norwich Puppet Theatre this new humorous and irresistible one-person show combines a skilful mix of puppetry, foot-tapping music and storytelling which will entrance audiences young and old. As one of England’s leading companies Norwich Puppet Theatre have been producing brilliant productions for the past 30 years.  For children aged 3-7 years and their adults. Runs 45 minutes. Part…

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April 2019

A Ladder to the Stars (family theatre) Sat 6th April, 2pm

Saturday, April 6, 2019, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Way up in the deep blue night sky, a twinkling star hears a little girl’s birthday wish . . . Presented by Visible Ficitons and told through a magical mix of puppetry, music, light and imagination, this is a heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when the universe hears your dreams. For the past 25 years Visible Fictions has been creating innovative and dynamic theatrical productions for young people of all ages and their adults. For children aged…

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The Tailor Of Inverness (theatre), Sat 27 April, 8pm

Saturday, April 27, 2019, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Written and acted by Matthew Zajac, and based on the life of his father, this extraordinary play tells the story of the tailor’s life and his son’s discoveries about his father using music, poetry, storytelling, and video projection.  It reveals the impact of war on ordinary people and families, and how a life and an identity can be reconstructed as the tailor journeys from Poland across war-torn Europe and settles in Inverness. The tailor’s life spanned most of the 20th…

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May 2019

Little Top at Forres Town Hall (family theatre), Sun 19th May, 2pm

Sunday, May 19, 2019, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presented by Starcatchers and SUPERFAN, Little Top is a magical first circus experience for babies aged 0-18 months and their adults. At a time in their development when young children are discovering their own physicality, and the pleasures and perils of gravity, Little Top invites babies to experience all the fun of the circus. Roll up for a gently thrilling performance which includes spectacular balances, astonishing tumbles and inventive juggling. Little Top will transport you to a playful, joyous, upside…

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Leah MacRae – My Big Fat Fabulous Diary (comedy) Sat 25th May 2019, 8pm

Saturday, May 25, 2019, 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Please note that due to circumstances beyond our control this concert has been cancelled. Online ticket holders will be refunded to the card used for purchase. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused.

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October 2019

Outside the Box – a Live Show about Death (theatre) Wed 2nd Oct, 7.30pm

Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Liz Rothschild is a performer, celebrant and award-winning burial ground owner. In this one-woman show she shares her unique insights and experiences from life’s finishing line. Funny, wise and taboo busting; Outside The Box confronts the trickiest of subjects with grace and humour, using a weave of untold and surprising stories, a hint of history and some pithy commentary on the funeral industry (from one who knows!). There will be an after show discussion with Liz and Jane Duncan Rogers…

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November 2019

Fallen Fruit (theatre) Wed 6th Nov, 7.30pm

Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Created and performed by Katherina Radeva, this is a one-woman theatre show that tells the stories of Katherina’s childhood experiences, as a 7 year old in communist Bulgaria, of the fall of the Berlin Wall back in 1989.  This is a beautiful and captivating story of love, breaking free and Europe, made all the more relevant by the thirty year anniversary of the fall of the Wall and the continuing saga of Britain’s relationship to Europe. “Compelling... a captivating performer.”…

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Hope and Joy (theatre) Fri 15th Nov, 8pm

Friday, November 15, 2019, 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

A co-production between Stellar Quines and Pearlfisher, Hope and Joy is a seriously funny play that explores love and loss in a changing environment. Hope’s labour is unusual and uneggspected.  But nothing fazes Joy, the hospital cleaner who supports and befriends her. When Joy is sacked for letting human-bird hybrids escape out the window, Joy moves in with Hope and her swan-boy son Magnus. Their lives collide in chaos. Recommended age 12+  £12/£10 concs/£8 U16s To buy online tickets (10% booking fee) click…

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April 2020

The Selfish Giant (puppet theatre for families) Sun 5th April, 2.30pm

Sunday, April 5, 2020, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

This event is now cancelled as a coronavirus prevention measure. See top of our home page.

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June 2020

The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil (theatre) Fri 12th June, 7.30pm

Friday, June 12, 2020, 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

This event is now cancelled as a coronavirus prevention measure. See top of our home page.  

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The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil (theatre) Sat 13th June, 7.30pm

Saturday, June 13, 2020, 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

This event is now cancelled as a coronavirus prevention measure. See top of our home page.

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July 2021

EVENT CANCELLED The Swings (free outdoor interactive event) Wed 28th July, 12 noon

Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Please note that 'The Swings' event will not be taking place. Sorry folks, but we've had to make the decision to cancel today, due to the current weather conditions and the forecast for the rest of the day ⛈️   ‘Life was never better on a swing, the higher the better!’ Come and join All or Nothing ADT and enter their world of The Swings! They love playing and swinging about on their giant swing set and would love you…

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October 2021

The Grandmothers Grimm (theatre) Wed 13th Oct, 7.30pm

Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Some Kind of Theatre present this critically-acclaimed production exploring women’s role in the creation of the Brothers Grimm’s famous anthology. Cannibalism, werewolf trials, deceit, and murder: Marie Hassenpflug and the Brothers Grimm are trying to edit the darkness out of old stories. But as they do so, the voices of the women who created these tales are lost... What will be saved and what will be forgotten? Discover a night of folk and fairy tales as you've never heard them before.…

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March 2022

Egg (theatre) – Wed 2nd March, 7.30pm

Wednesday, March 2, 7:30 pm

Flying above a PVC-clad set, the talented Sarah Bebe Holmes gives a grounded re-telling of her personal journey to donate eggs to her best friend. Accompanied by live bassy-music composed and performed by Bado Reti, this true story is brought to life for us in the Universal Hall over the course of an hour using aerial theatre. Questions of parenthood, family structure, sexuality, and body choice affect us all in life. ‘Egg’ explores the edges and injustices experienced by people…

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Suzi Cunningham’s Rules to Live By/Eidos (dance) – Wed 9th March, 7.30pm

Wednesday, March 9, 7:30 pm

photo credit Neil Nisbet Experience a visceral and powerful double-bill of dance, veering between anarchy, punk music, heroism, idolatry, and loss. In a raw and riotous movement-led tribute to Mark E. Smith (lead singer of The Fall), Rules to Live By was born out of a spontaneous tribute dance in front of 150 people on the night of his death. Featuring bold choreography set to thought-provoking tracks, the work is a glittery and rebellious aspiration to a hero’s punk anarchy;…

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Hebridean Treasure: Lost & Found (theatre) – Sat 19th March, 7.30pm

Saturday, March 19, 7:30 pm

photo credit Malik Tajamul In song, dance and narrative, the inspiring story of a people’s soul.   In Hebridean Treasure: Lost & Found internationally acclaimed writer, John Philip Newell, works with some of Scotland’s most talented young artists to tell the story of the Celtic spiritual tradition of the Scottish Hebrides using song, dance and narrative to convey both the richness of the tradition in its awareness of the earth,  and its decimation in the Highland Clearances of the 19th century.  Throughout the performance, composer and Gaelic singer Mischa Macpherson weaves her music around the compelling performance of Bharatanatyam dancer Kirsten Newell, achieving…

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Rowan Rheingans: Dispatches on the Red Dress (music) – Thurs 24th March, 7.30pm

Thursday, March 24, 7:30 pm

Don’t think that this is any regular gig from Rowan Rheingans – it’s also a masterpiece of storytelling. Soothing fiddle, banjo, viola & electric guitar music is stitched together with heartfelt narration in this 80-minute, one-woman tour de force. The story takes a clear stand against fascism in this retelling of her own grandmother’s triumphs and tribulations as a youth in 1940s Germany. It’s a testament to how hope and light can be found even in humanity’s darkest periods, a…

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April 2022

Two in a Barrel (theatre) – Sun 10th April 2pm

Sunday, April 10, 2:00 pm

© photographer - Andy Catlin www.andycatlin.com 'Two in a Barrel' is a clown-inspired, physical theatre performance for young audiences. Two lively quirky best friends - Riri and Moku - are confined to a barrel sitting on top of an island of rubbish in the ocean. They love finding treasures in the heaps of plastic on the stage to make their own world of adventure and imagination. However, danger arises when the waste around them continues to pile higher and threatens to cover…

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Fault Lines (theatre) – Sat 23rd April, 7.30pm

Saturday, April 23, 7:30 pm

Photo credit: Beth Chalmers A fashion show on the fracture between feminism and fabric. Fault Lines is a catwalk which takes you from Haute Couture to bargain bin, from big beats to near silence. Five women come together in a celebration of difference. They dance, they walk. Curate your own journey through a runway show of people like you and people you’ll never know, with a soundtrack selected by you. Susan Sontag meets America’s Next Top Model. Bring your mobile…

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May 2022

Julius Caesar

Saturday, May 7, 7:30 pm
Universal Hall, The Universal Hall, The Park, Findhorn
Forres, Scotland IV36 3TZ United Kingdom
Company of Wolves Julius Caesar Shakespeare Universal Hall Moray

This rendition of Shakespeare’s masterpiece is set to enthral new and young audiences as well as those already familiar. Presented by Company of Wolves, timely themes such as the thin line between conspiracy & reality, dictatorship & republic, and civilisation & mob rule are explored as Brutus and Cassius plot to kill Caesar to prevent him crowning himself king of Rome. An ensemble of five actors from the Glasgow-based theatre company act out this moment of history that begins with…

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