6th February, 8pm, Craignish Village Hall
The show was part of the 2012 Made in Scotland Showcase enjoying a sold out run of performances at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and featured on the BBC Culture Show. Within This Dust has toured internationally to New York City, Sao Paulo & Berlin.
“Thomas Small’s choreography, and the dancers’ excellent execution, make this a truly accessible introduction to contemporary dance”
★★★★ The Scotsman
“Falling Man is breath-taking”
★★★★★ Across The Arts
Tickets £10 (£8 student/under 24)
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12th February, 7.30pm, Craignish Village Hall
Scottish mezzo Heather Ireson, baritone Harry Thatcher, Samling Young Artist Tom Smith and Lucy Anderson, a Scottish Opera Emerging Artist 2018/19, form the wonderful British cast. Elizabeth Rowe (Opera Highlights 2017) returns as Music Director and Pianist.
Whether you are new to opera, or you are a seasoned fan, Opera Highlights offers a perfect evening's entertainment.
Tickets £12 (£5 under 25)
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20th October, Craignish Village Hall
Iain Thomson and Marc Duff are coming to play at the Craignish Village Hall as part of their summer tour.
Iain, often known as “the singing shepherd”, is described as a man who writes contemporary songs with a traditional twist. His songs and tunes set amidst the changing face of rural Argyll move the hearts and souls of his audiences.
He combines this with the wonderful talents of Marc Duff best known for his outstanding musicianship as a co-founding member of the notable celtic band Capercaillie.
This all makes for an enjoyable, inspiring evening of music, story and song.
A contemporary folk singer and songwriter, whose work I happen to think has a very special edge to it.
Mike Harding BBC Radio2
Tickets £10 (full price) and £8 (under 18) on the door. BYOB
Scotland's 'Street Orchestra' the Nevis Ensemble will be at Craignish Village Hall on Sunday August 5th on its 70-performance tour of public and community venues for Festival 2018.
The 40 musicians are some of Europe’s most talented orchestral players; enjoy the world premiere of a new commission from Matthew Grouse (2018 New Music Scotland award winner) of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, as well as music by Beethoven, Stravinsky and Debussy, mixed in with some pop songs, jazz tunes, and some good Scottish favourites – with a salsa twist.
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