WHAT'S ON IN GLENUIG AND GLENUIG HALL
Below are listed coming events in Glenuig Hall. Please note: this diary does not show private functions or other hall hires, so for bookings and queries regarding availabilty of the hall please contact us.
Our Hub Club bar runs every second Saturday night in the hall. See our Facebook page for latest updates
Glenuig Community Association Directors meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm. All welcome.
Moidart Local History Group meet in the hall on the second Monday of each month.
Glenuig Yoga Club meets on Thursdays over the winter months.
For a list of past events in Glenuig Hall Click Here
Tickets for all events can be purchased locally from Acharacle Shop, Acharacle Post Office, Strontian Stores and the Granite House (Fort William High Street) or online at Ticketsource
Tickets can also be purchased by post - please send a cheque payable to Glenuig Community Association, with an SAE, to Glenuig Hall, Glenuig PH38 4NG.
Visiting the area and looking to see what's on? You should also check out what is happening at the Sunart Centre in Strontian, 24 miles from Glenuig. CLICK HERE to go there (opens in new window).
Bagpipes and bluegrass might seem unlikely musical bedfellows, but for Scottish piper Fred Morrison they form a wholly natural alliance
Ceramic afternoon workshop
Known for her interpretations of exquisitely crafted folk songs and dynamic musical arrangements, Kaela is joined by her band – James Mackintosh (Shooglenifty, String Sisters, Grit Orchestra) and Ewan MacPherson (Shooglenifty, Salt House, Fetch).
Three events with the Loch Shiel Spring Festival
GLENUIG’S NIGHT FOR ANGUS: SHOOGLENIFTY and FRIENDS
There’s an impressive selection of musical talent coming to Glenuig hall on Friday 28th July - hope you can make it along to help give them a warm welcome. If you enjoy top quality songwriting, especially of the alternative-country, Americana-inspired, indie-folk kind, then don’t miss this unique gig.
The Inglorious Twelfth – A COMMUNITY FUNDRAISER
Mull Theatre presents a tour de force by Janette Foggo as the twin sisters Isobel and Morag looking at the rich tapestry of life through very different eyes ! Not to be missed ! Come along for a get together and the pre-Theatre cocktail hour in Glenuig hall 7-8pm Show starts at 8pm
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