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Category: Kids Film

How to train your dragon 2

Certificate: PG_ Running Time: 102 minsStarring (voices of) Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera,  Jonah Hill, Craig Ferguson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and directed by Peter Hastings and Chris Sanders. When pals Hiccup (viking) and toothless (dragon) discover hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious dragon rider in ...  Read More »

Otta Swire
Category: Skye Book Festival

Skye and its Legends: Otta Swire

'Skye: The Island and its Legends, Otta Swire, 1949' is walk steeped in legend around  Harlosh. Harlosh is an area well known to Otta Swire, author of 'Skye and its Legends', whose grandparents lived just across the water at Orbost. Otta careful to separate fact from fiction and her timely setting down of these tales undoubtedly saved many ...  Read More »

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Category: Live Film

Skye: The Island

Taisbeanadh le ìomhaighean, ceòl agus òrain an Eilein Sgitheanaich A live performance featuring stunning images of Skye by Cailean Maclean, Gaelic songs from Arthur Cormack, one of the leading Gaelic singers from his generation, and music by award-winning composer, Blair Douglas.  Performances Thur 24th July 7.30pm Thur ...  Read More »

Category: Film


Certificate: 12A_ Running Time: 104 minsStarring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Tom Wilkinson, Emily Watson, Matthew Goode and directed by Amma Asante. The story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a British Admiral and her contradictory circumstances, halfway between aristocracy and being ostracized. showing ...  Read More »

Category: Traditional

Tannahill Weavers

The Tannahill Weavers' are a dynamic Scottish trad quartet playing a potent mixture of traditional ballads and fiery instrumentals. Their music embraces both the mystical Highland style and the rollicking qualities of Lowlander's tunes, moving from rock and roll intensity to haunting introspection. The penetrating sound of the Highland ...  Read More »

Tea Dance
Category: Tea Dance

Summer Tea Dance

A ballroom dancing class with a difference, suitable for all ages and levels! This is a 2 hour session, including a ballroom dancing class, break for traditional tea dance fare and a practice dancing session. As well as fully qualified ballroom instructor Elaine Gregory, there will be dance professionals and advanced dance students on hand to ...  Read More »

Category: Skye Book Festival

Reading the Gaelic Landscape

An illustrated talk by John Stuart-Murray about his work Reading the Gaelic Landscape. Saturday 26th July 4.00pm Seòmar Fhinn, Aros Reading the Gaelic Landscape is a must for anyone who is interested in the Scottish Highlands and its ancient tongue. Going far beyond the scope of word for word translation, Murray moves from a name to the ...  Read More »

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Category: Traditional

Soilleireachadh na h-Alba and New World Drovers

A free Scottish traditional music concert brought to you by the Touring Network Luke Daniels (pictured above), Lauren MacColl and Ewan MacPherson play songs and traditional music inspired by the Scottish Enlightenment and the extent that Gaelic culture and language influenced leading thinkers of the time. Also featuring a performance ...  Read More »

Category: Film

The Bridge Rising

This year, ten years after the end of the tolls on the Skye Bridge, Aros is screening 'The Bridge Rising' an epic and inspiring documentary about Skye's most recent - and one of Scotland's longest - uprising Back in 2004, residents from the Isle of Skye finally overcame the might of the UK government and the Bank of America after ten years ...  Read More »

Planes 2
Category: Kids Film

Planes 2: Fire & Rescue

Certificate: TBC _ Running Time: 83 minsStarring (voices of) Dane Cook, Julie Bowen, Patrick Warburton and directed by Roberts Gannaway. showing times Fri 1st 2.15pm Sat 2nd 2.15pm Sun 3rd 2.15pm Mon 4th 9.30am Tues 5th 2.15pm Wed 6th 2.15pm Thur 7th 11.00am Fri 8th 2.15pm Sat ...  Read More »

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