Saturday, December 07, 2019
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More opportunities for live entertainment will be brought to the people of Sleat. 

Talla Duisdale, a converted church, will host its first show, Mozart's Magic Flute, tonight (Wednesday 20 September.)

The venue will have a capacity of around 76.  

Kathryn Cameron told The Skye Times: "We currently have a programme of events encompassing the Royal Opera House, The Royal Ballet and the National Theatre.

"We are looking at providing cinema and live sports events.

"It is an opportunity to bring the local communities together over the winter months and in to the spring.

"Hans Petri was the initial contact in helping set this up.  His knowledge and experience with Live Cinema, opera, ballet and plays have been invaluable to us.

"Our first show, Mozart's Magic Flute, is tonight and has proved extremely popular. It is virtually a sell out.

"Our hotels, the Hotel Eilean Iarmain and the Ardvasar, are offering pre-theatre menus on these nights, which can be found at our website to let people make it a night out to remember.

"We also have a minibus which can be used to collect and return customers to the Ardvasar.

"We can also be found on Facebook which will keep everyone updated with what is going on.  People can subscribe to our newsletter from our contact page on the website.  News and information will be sent out on a regular basis."



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