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.… Continue Reading>>>

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. Continue Reading>>>

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Show Off (Contest open to all) Feb 15th to March 15th 2021

Are you a budding performer, musician, video-maker or photographer aged 16 or over (no upper age limit)? Would you like to be part of a professionally produced show at the Universal Hall (post Covid restrictions)? If so, all you have to do to enter is upload a 3 minute video to YouTube and send the link to this email: showofferup@gmail.comContinue Reading>>>

Randolphs Leap (music), Sat 11th May, 8pm

Singer-songwriter Adam Ross is the prolific mastermind behind the music of Randolph’s Leap. Hailing from Nairn, he has been steadily building up an eclectic back-catalogue of uplifting folk-pop – a mixture of solo home recordings and full-band studio epics. One of Scotland’s most versatile lyricists, Adam can deliver a riotous party when accompanied by his 7-piece full band, complete with brass section.  … Continue Reading>>>

Claire Hastings Band (music), Sat 13th April, 8pm

Glasgow based folksinger, songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings has made a name for herself on the folk scene since winning BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year in 2015. She has toured throughout the UK, Europe and New Zealand as a solo artist, and with The Claire Hastings Band, sharing the stage with the likes of Lulu, Jamie Cullum, Deacon Blue and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.… Continue Reading>>>