While our previously published season (Feb to May 2020) will now not take place, we are working hard to reschedule as many of these events as possible to dates later in the year when we hope the current COVID-19 crisis will be over.

Right now . . . here are some things to get involved with: 

S.O.F.A. 17th - 19th July, 2020


A weekend of arts, music and cultural events and activities for everyone.


The Arts has been massively impacted by COVID with musicians, artists and arts organisation losing millions through cancelled events.


We will need our arts community more than ever as we get back to normal for our social and mental well-being.


Now more than ever they need you support so, get involved, enjoy the entertainment and put your hand in your pocket!

Donations will be shared equally between:

- The artists and musicians etc taking part in S.O.F.A.


- LOGOS youth project to support arts and music opportunities for young people


- Strathearn Arts who have lost all event income since March and need funding and donations to allow us to re-open for our community.

email: info@strathearnarts.org to join the waiting list for the next one


With Tracey Emerson


Saturday July 11th 11am-12.45pm

An interactive online workshop developing the skills and confidence you need to get started with your creative writing.

• Embark on a writing journey from the comfort of your own home.

• Enjoy fun writing exercises that will get the words flowing onto the page.

• Learn how to establish a regular writing practice. 

• Together we will start a piece of work you can develop in your own time.

• Suitable both for beginners and for those with previous writing experience.


Workshop cost: £20.00*

*Just 10 places available!


To book or for further information visit Eventbrite or contact: info@strathearnarts.org 


About Tracey Emerson:

Before writing fiction, I worked in theatre and community arts. As well as acting, I ran drama workshops in hospitals, focusing on adults with mental health issues. My short stories have been widely published in anthologies and literary magazines and I have a PhD in Creative Writing from The University of Edinburgh. I work as a literary consultant and writing tutor. She Chose Me is my first novel.



You might be feeling creatively stifled or maybe you’re looking for a new outlet for expression, but there’s no doubt that life across the world has been unrecognisably altered by the COVID-19 pandemic.


In our first ever public call, we are asking all of you - writers, artists, crafters, dabblers, brand-new-hobbyists and creative veterans alike - to send us your interpretation of Strathearn On Lockdown.  And because age is no barrier to creativity, we want to see everyone joining in – juniors, seniors and in-betweeners.


What you do is up to you, whether it’s a piece of writing, a photo or series, a painting, illustration, drawing, sculpture, a piece of embroidery, a short film or any other creative output.  You can send us photos or videos of your finished pieces for sharing on our social media platforms, and we would love to be able to feature them in our physical exhibition at Strathearn Arts, 6 Comrie Street. To arrange to deliver a piece for inclusion, please contact info@strathearnarts.org (social distancing rules will apply).


The exhibition will be hosted virtually on the Strathearn Arts website, with a view to allowing real-life visitors access to the show as soon as it is safe to do so. Upon completion of the exhibition, we would love to include your piece in an auction to help raise funds that will allow Strathearn Arts to continue and flourish in a difficult post-COVID world. 

So go on – express yourself!



Thursday 24 September - 

Lauren Collier is a professional fiddle player and singer in her final year of a

Masters in Traditional Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Her interest in world music has taken her to perform around the world. She recently played on the

Take The Floor Christmas show and will appear in the current series of the HBO/

Sony TV show Outlander. Her trio of percussionist Paul Jennings and guitarist

Calum Muir release their debut EP in 2020. Tickets £10 (£8 if purchased in advance). BYOB.  Doors 7pm for 7.30pm.

Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre presents

Saturday 3 October

The Dinosaur Detectives follow the journey of discovery, fun and conflict surrounding the first fossil finds of Mary Anning, William Buckland and Gideon Mantell.  An enchanting story with puppetry combined with projection and shadow theatre create their fascinating world. Tickets £5. Doors 2.30pm for 3pm. Ages 5+


Running Weekly via Zoom from 18 May:

Mondays 2pm 

A dance and movement class designed specifically for those living with Parkinson's or other neurological conditions.  The 30 minute class focuses on balance, coordination and flexibility.  Participants will need access to a device suitable for running Zoom and an appropriate space in which to move freely.  To find out more or join the class, please contact Janice Fraser on 07921 717486.




currently bookings are not being taken until the situation re Covid-19 advice becomes clearer. 


Tickets (where indicated) are available online from Eventbrite or in person from Strathearn Arts. To enquire about availability please call: 01764 655556

To get regular bulletins about upcoming events, sign up to our events email via the form on this page.

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