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>>>

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

Sunday, April 10 , 2:00 pm

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‘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.
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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. Continue Reading>>>

Blue Rose Code (music) – Sun 13th March, 7.30pm

Sunday, March 13 , 7:30 pm

 

Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter Ross Wilson (AKA Blue Rose Code) has created his most triumphant album to date with the self-produced With Healings of the Deepest Kind (2020). Coming from a place of hope emerging from hopelessness, Wilson’s newest songs offer poetic voice and comfort to universal struggles.… Continue Reading>>>

Egg (theatre) – Wed 2nd March, 7.30pm

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.

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