Massai warriors, a Russian folk singer, award-winning theatre, an inspiring jazz band, children’s shows, the Blas Festival and “simply the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear”, are all in the line-up for SEALL’s 2018 Autumn programme which begins on Saturday 1 September.
Kicking-off the series this year, are the Osiligi Massai Warriors, an exciting song and dance troupe from Southern Kenya. They will perform authentic and exhilarating Maasai tribal song and dance, as well as the spectacular Maasai jumping, at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, TDC main hall, at 1.30pm on Saturday, 1 September.
On Saturday, 8 September, the Blas Festival comes to Skye with a performance by Trail West at The Stables, Armadale Castle. The band will present the songs from Runrig’s seminal album, Play Gaelic, and the event begins at 8pm.
Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain are a national institution. The world-renowned fiddle and accordion duo return to SEALL for another spell-binding concert and will play in TDC main hall on Wednesday, 19 September.
Manran are heading to Broadford Hall for the first time.
The award-winning band will be playing, along with Tide Lines' Robert Robertson.
The show will take place on Friday 21 December.
Numbers are limited, so those wishing to attend are advised to book their tickets well in advance.
Paintings of local castles will be on display during an exhibition in the Archive Centre.
The collection of paintings by the late David L. Roberts will form part of the exhibition, which is due to run until the end of September 2018.
More information can be found on the poster above or by phoning 01478614078.
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