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Isle of Skye Events

An Tinne Gaelic Strùpag

Location: Kilmuir Hall, Kilvaxter
Date: 02/08/2022
Time: 19:30

Join SEALL, Anne Martin and friends for a good old-fashioned, highly-social Gaelic strùpag in Kilmuir’s wonderful wee village hall. Music, tea, cake and craic guaranteed. Gaelic and non-Gaelic speakers welcome.
This is a pay what you think event but booking is highly advised as spaces are limited.

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Monthly Marketplace I August

Location: Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum
Date: 13/08/2022
Time: 10:00

Browse stalls selling local crafts, plants and produce at Armadale Castle's popular monthly marketplace. Outside the Stables building; free entry. The market takes place 10am - 3pm on the second Saturday of the month May - Sept.

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Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain

Location: Skye Gathering Hall, Portree
Date: 13/08/2022
Time: 19:30

"Simply the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear"! Mike Russell, Glasgow Herald

SEALL is delighted to welcome this well-loved Scottish traditional music duo back to Skye for another outstanding evening of music, chatter and laughter.

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Phil and Aly

Da Birlinn with Ross Couper

Location: Sabhal Mòr Ostaig Talla Dhonaidh Chaimbeul
Date: 16/08/2022
Time: 19:30

Da Birlinn are a trio of Scotland’s finest traditional musicians, blending the rhythmic strings of Seumas Maclennan with the pipes of Peter Morrison and the driving Shetland style of Ross Couper’s fiddle. The band play traditional music mainly from their native islands of Skye and Shetland.

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Songs from the Last Page with Deirdre Graham and Gareth Williams

Location: An Crùbh, Duisdale
Date: 18/08/2022
Time: 19:30

A brand-new musical celebration of Scottish writers and the world of stories created by Edinburgh-based composer and songwriter Gareth Williams and featuring Skye Gaelic singer Deirdre Graham.  Together, they will perform a joyous, wistful, and inspiring programme that brings momentous works of Scottish and international fiction to life.

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The Old Blind Dogs

Location: Sabhal Mòr Ostaig Talla Dhonaidh Chaimbeul
Date: 01/09/2022
Time: 19:30

As recent inductees to the BBC ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards Trad Music Hall of Fame the “Dugs” celebrate 30 years on the road this year by launching their 14th studio album Knucklehead Circus in Winter 2021. An evening of joyous, uplifting and music of compelling energy and intoxicating rhythm.

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The Dugs

Monthly Marketplace I September

Location: Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum
Date: 10/09/2022
Time: 10:00

Browse stalls selling local crafts, plants and produce at Armadale Castle's popular monthly marketplace. Outside the Stables building; free entry. The market takes place 10am - 3pm on the second Saturday of the month May - Sept.

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Heal and Harrow: Glendale

Location: Glendale Hall, Duirinish
Date: 15/09/2022
Time: 19:30

Heal & Harrow: Composer, singer and harpist Rachel Newton and fiddle player Lauren MacColl’s new project Heal & Harrow is a tribute to those persecuted during the Scottish Witch Trials. Their performance will feature newly composed music with accompanying visuals to highlight this fascinating and important subject.

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Lauren MacColl and Rachel Newton

Heal and Harrow: An Crùbh

Location: An Crùbh, Duisdale
Date: 16/09/2022
Time: 19:30

Heal & Harrow: Composer, singer and harpist Rachel Newton and fiddle player Lauren MacColl’s new project Heal & Harrow is a tribute to those persecuted during the Scottish Witch Trials. Their performance will feature newly composed music with accompanying visuals to highlight this fascinating and important subject.

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Lauren MacColl and Rachel Newton

2Magpies Theatre presents Ventoux

Location: An Crùbh, Duisdale
Date: 23/09/2022
Time: 19:30

★★★★ “The performance is a true Tour de Force” The Public Reviews
★★★★ “a devastating study” Broadway Baby
★★★★ “You must see this show” Fringe Guru

The Brilliant 2Magpies Theatre restages the dramatic battle between Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani during the Tour de France 2000 on Mont Ventoux.

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Ventoux

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