Venues


Monday 22nd September: Ionad na Seann Sgoil, Shawbost, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9BD

Ionad Na Seann Sgoil is used for a wide range of activities including; weddings, dances, ceilidhs, food nights, quiz nights and meetings. The centre houses the local Gaelic Playgroup. The local Historical Society, training rooms and a Community garden. The hall has fi xed bleacher seating and can be used for catering, plays, film shows, dances, large meetings and much more. It has recently had additional stage lighting installed. Promoter Lynn Hebditch.
 

                                       

 



Tuesday 23rd September: Tarbert Community Centre, Isle of Harris, HS3 3DG

The Tarbert Community Centre is 40 years old and is the focus for many social and community events in Tarbert and for the whole of the Isle of Harris. It is used regularly by community groups and as a venue for a variety of music and theatre performances. Promoter Harris Arts.  www.tarbertcommunitycentre.weebly.com
 

                                       

 


 

Wednesday 24th September: Leverburgh Village Hall, Isle of Harris, HS5 3TS

 

The current Leverburgh Village Hall was opened in 2002 and is a centre for local community groups, weddings and a village take-away. It provides a venue for touring theatre and music performances in South Harris. Promoter Harris Arts.
 

                                        

 


 

Thursday 25th September: Spòrsnis, Isle of Lewis, HS2 0XB

From multi-gym, sauna and sports hall to conference facilities and learning rooms, Spòrsnis has been designed to have something for everyone. Swimming pool and two lane 10-pin Bowling Alley are part of the complex. The promoter here is Alistair Dunlop.   www.sporsnis.co.uk
t: 01851 810039
 

                                        
 



Berneray Community Hall, North Uist

The Hall is located on Berneray at the end of Borve road and is adjacent to the machair. The Hall is used to hold a variety of events, including dances, music evenings, meetings, talks and presentations. It is also used for visiting shop sales, elections and sales of work. The Hall hosts Berneray Week, the Berneray Christmas dinner, sports events and wedding receptions.
 

                                         
 



Friday 26th September: Bernera Community Centre, Breacleate, Great Bernera, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9JG

The Bernera Community Centre is managed by an enthusiastic local committee. The centre provides a large hall space, a dance studio, a gym, youth club area, computer area, a museum and a popular cafe area. The local fire station and doctors surgery is also attached. The museum and Cafe are open during summer months: Monday to Friday from 12-4pm. The arts promoter from this venue is Tom Macdonald.
 

                                         
 



Balivanich Community Centre, Isle of Benbecula HS7 5LG

The community centre opened in May 2008 with the aim of serving the social, recreational, cultural and educational needs of people of the Island of Benbecula and beyond. Arts promoters for the centre are Donald Graham and Iain Macdonald.
 



Saturday 27th September:  Uig Community Centre, Timsgarry, Isle of Lewis, HS2 9JG

The centre provides a host of facilities for use by the community such as the Cafe, Meeting Room, Gym, large hall with new LED lighting rig, a computer room and Kitchens. 
The Uig Community and Heritage Centre is a self-contained facility run by the Museum and Historical Society. It is concerned with collecting, preserving and promoting the rich culture and history of Uig. It is open from May until early September from 12 noon until 5 pm. The arts promoter here is Jane Paton. www.uigcommunity.com
 



St Peters Hall, Daliburgh, Isle of South Uist, HS8 5SN

St Peter’s Hall is a traditional village hall which presents a variety of community events throughout the year including Whist drives in the winter, professional touring theatre/dance and music events. The promoter here is Mary Schmoller and Ceòlas. Set within the Gaelic-speaking community of South Uist. Ceòlas explores the vital connections between Scottish traditional music, Gaelic song and dance while allowing ample opportunity for participants to enjoy all these art forms. 
e:info@ceolas.co.uk t: 01878 700154 www.ceolas.co.uk
 



An Lanntair, Kenneth Street Stornoway, Eilean Siar, HS1 2DS

An Lanntair is an award winning arts centre in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. It promotes a broad range of activities covering the visual and performing arts, education and outreach and cinema. Box office: 01851 708480, e:info@lanntair.com www.lanntair.com
 



22nd to 27th September: Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre, Lochmaddy, North Uist HS6 5AA

Short film screenings through the week at Taigh Chearsabhagh  in North Uist and in the HIFF pop up cinema in Stornoway Town Centre.
 


 

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