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The Brian Molley Quartet return to Lyth Arts Centre tomorrow 8pm where they will perform music from their acclaimed new album Colour and Movement. For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/SviR7z

New events have also been added for November check them out on our website ---> www.lytharts.org.uk
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Brian Molley Quartet

October 20, 2017, 8:00pm - October 20, 2017, 4:30pm

Brian Molley Quartet After a very successful and popular 2014 concert at Lyth we are delighted to welcome a return visit. They will perform music from their acclaimed album Colour and Movement. They have been touring and recording in India and North America, so their performances are influenced by music from around the globe, where contemporary yet lyrical modern jazz blends with music from India, Brazil and Scotland. For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/SviR7z

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The shimmering heat of tropical hills, and the purring and humming of the Sri Lankan plains set the scene for a young woman’s journey as she strives to reconnect with her identity and the world in which she lives.

Come 'Make A Hoo' with with Sita Pieraccini this Saturday 7.30 at Lyth Arts Centre. “Inventive and Touching” ★★★★ - The Scotsman

For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/Jy64jk
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Make A HOO by Sita Pieraccini

October 14, 2017, 7:30pm - October 14, 2017, 2:30pm

Sat 14th October |7.30pm Lyth Arts Centre (Wick) Lyth, Wick, KW1 4UD £12/£10/£6 01955 641 434 | www.lytharts.org.uk The shimmering heat of tropical hills, and the purring and humming of the Sri Lankan plains are finely tuned into existence by a young woman on a quest to find her echo in a world of repetition. Caught in an elaborate game of call and response with a shape-shifting being which only comes to life at night, she modulates between states of dream and wakefulness in search of harmony. Inspired by an artist residency in Sri Lanka and featuring elements of local song poetry, Make A HOO combines vivid sonic environments and dynamic physicality to weave together the story of a day and a night in the life of this young woman as she she strives to reconnect with her identity and the world in which she lives. “Inventive and Touching” **** The Scotsman “Startling visuals that go from an insect’s view of undergrowth to a monochromed kaleidoscope on a back screen, Pieraccini creates an absorbing and strangely recognisable world” **** Edinburgh Guide “A deeply affecting piece. Rich in visuals, shadow play, and emotion.” TV Bomb Supported by Feral, Creative Scotland, Manipulate Festival and Paisley Arts Centre. Devised, Directed and Performed by Sita Pieraccini Dramaturg: Al Seed AV Designer: Jamie Wardrop Sound Design: David Pollock with field recordings by Mark Vernon LX Design: Alberto Santos Beliedo Costume Design: Annalisa Simonella Running Time: 45minutes approx. | Suitable for ages: 12+ www.feralartprojects.com www.sitapieraccini.wordpress.com

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Brian Molley Quartet

After a very successful and popular 2014 concert at Lyth we are delighted to welcome a return visit. They will perform music from their acclaimed album Colour and Movement. They have been touring and recording in India and North America, so their performances are influenced by music from around the globe, where contemporary yet lyrical modern jazz blends with music from India, Brazil and Scotland.

For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/SviR7z
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Brian Molley Quartet

October 20, 2017, 8:00pm - October 20, 2017, 4:30pm

Brian Molley Quartet After a very successful and popular 2014 concert at Lyth we are delighted to welcome a return visit. They will perform music from their acclaimed album Colour and Movement. They have been touring and recording in India and North America, so their performances are influenced by music from around the globe, where contemporary yet lyrical modern jazz blends with music from India, Brazil and Scotland. For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/SviR7z

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Two plays by Caithness born writer Donald Campbell...

Splinters Productions

Nancy Sleekit is no woman to meddle with. Recently widowed, she regales us in expressive Scots with tales of her three husbands, their many failings and untimely ends!

Howard’s Revenge tells the story of Irish actor-manager JB Howard who is engaged by the Theatre Royal to perform the role of Rob Roy MacGregor – but behind the scenes lurks a conspiracy, and a story of skullduggery soon surfaces!

For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/8TzSvo
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Splinters Productions presents – Nancy Sleekit & Howards Revenge

October 11, 2017, 7:30pm - October 11, 2017, 4:00pm

Two plays by Caithness born writer Donald Campbell... Splinters Productions Nancy Sleekit is no woman to meddle with. Recently widowed, she regales us in expressive Scots with tales of her three husbands, their many failings and untimely ends! Howard’s Revenge tells the story of Irish actor-manager JB Howard who is engaged by the Theatre Royal to perform the role of Rob Roy MacGregor – but behind the scenes lurks a conspiracy, and a story of skullduggery soon surfaces! For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/8TzSvo

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Our new directors are putting Lyth Arts Centre to good use with the newly formed Lyth Sweatshop... Only kidding 😛

We have the Fat Quarter Quilters in for a residency this week. Feel free to pop in and have a look what they are up to between now and Friday 10am-4pm. 🙂
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Currently rehearsing here at Lyth Arts Centre...

Hebrides Ensemble's Huw Watkins and some of the finest musicians from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland ahead of tonight's concert.

Still some tickets left if you would like to come along. 😀

---> Hebrides Ensemble (goo.gl/c59t6X)
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It was lovely to be back at Reay Hall last night with Dogstar Theatre Company's production of "The Sky is Safe"

Come along tonight to the PulteneyTown People's Project at 7.30 for another chance to see this amazing show.

---> Dogstar's “The Sky is Safe” – Pulteneytown People’s Project PPP (goo.gl/xixZ8j)
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From the makers of the multi-award winning play The Tailor of Inverness comes a play about identity and power, choice and its absence, beauty, brutality and survival focusing on two individuals driven by geopolitics, war, hunger, self-gratification and love.

Dogstar Theatre Company presents "The Sky is Safe" tonight at Reay Hall 7.30pm

---> Dogstar's “The Sky is Safe” – Reay Village Hall (goo.gl/foiez9)
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Dogstar's “The Sky is Safe” – Reay Village Hall

September 21, 2017, 7:30pm - September 21, 2017, 3:00pm

*** Note this event takes place in Reay Village Hall *** Dogstar Theatre Company A love story. A war story. A microcosm of our time. The Sky is Safe is a new work and personal response to the Syrian tragedy created by writer Matthew Zajac and director Ben Harrison, makers of the multi-award winning play The Tailor of Inverness. A play about identity and power, choice and its absence, beauty, brutality and survival focusing on two individuals driven by geopolitics, war, hunger, self-gratification and love. For more info and tickets please click here --> goo.gl/foiez9

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We had a lovely time this morning at Friends of Miller Academy entertaining pupils with Jango Starr's performance of One Man Shoe.

Come along to Lyth Arts Centre tonight at 7.30pm to see this wonderful comedy for all ages.

---> Jango Starr presents “One Man Shoe” (goo.gl/4Uh8hm)
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