WHAT'S ON AT STRATHEARN ARTS

Our Film Programme is taking shape and will be even better than before as we our in the process of installing our new projection equipment. This will also enable Event Cinema to come to Strathearn. We look forward to welcoming you back safely in line with our new COVID 19 processes and precautions,

Meanwhile . . . here are some things to get involved with: 

Coming soon - Drive - In Cinema at Comrie Croft

Friday 4h, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th June 2021

In partnership with Comrie Croft we are delighted to announce we will be bringing Drive-Cinema to Strathearn. 

Be the first to hear about the films we have lined up by signing up to our mailing list HERE.

A new anthem for  Strathearn Arts - Crieff Fair's Kiss and A Rose.

A collaboration of nine professional local musicians under Scot AnSgeulaiche 

Following an open invitation from composer, musician, and storyteller, Scot AnSgeulaiche, nine professional local musicians have been busy collaborating on a new piece of music that is set to become the theme tune for Strathearn Arts. The aim was to create a musical piece together which captures the essence of Strathearn Arts as a venue and forum for artists and musicians.

Working entirely remotely during lockdown, this intergenerational ensemble brought together a remarkable range of local talent (in order of appearance): John Dew - Great Highland Bagpipe, Whistle; Scot AnSgeulaiche – Acoustic Guitar, Bodhran, Saz; Rose Logan – Fiddle; Jennie and Jamie Turnbull – Piano; Cathy Tilbrook – Cello; Robbie Hutton - Vocals, Acoustic guitar; John Paul Masom – Additional lyrics and Connor Sinclair – Acoustic Guitar, Wood Flute.

The final work takes two traditional pieces, The Battle of Crieff Pass and Crieff Fair and combine them with a brand new composition A Kiss and A Rose, the work of the emerging talented songwriter, Robbie Hutton. The result is a creative, passionate, and responsive piece that draws on our sense of place – the beauty of the natural environment in and around Strathearn, our history, our community - and the way in which art and music brings the community together and enriches the lives of the people that make up Strathearn today.

Strathearn Arts are delighted to have Crieff Fair's Kiss and A Rose so generously gifted to us for our future use and archive and will be featuring a live launch the later in the month. 

Can't wait? Then here's a little taster for you to listen to now.

DANCE for HEALTH

Running Weekly via Zoom:

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday at 2pm 

A dance and movement class designed specifically for those with mobility challenges, 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.

 

BOOKING INFORMATION

 

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

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