Caithness: Music, arts and entertainment!
Lyth Arts Centre, Caithness
- Saturday 3 // Auld Hats New Heads // Traditional
“Scottish songs that we all know but are now seldom heard will have you singing your heart out…” Location: Reay Hall, Caithness
- Tuesday 6 // Alan Benzie Trio // Jazz
Accessible original music from 3 of Europe’s finest young jazz musicians. Location: Lyth Arts Centre, Caithness
- 8-10 // The Full Bronte // Comedy/Theatre
Combining comedy, storytelling, music, and games, this show of withering delights, this show was
hailed by three weeks as ‘the anarchic love child of French and Saunders and Hinge and Brackett!
- Thursday 8 // Portland Hall, Berriedale,
- Friday 9 // Reiss Village Hall
- Saturday 10 // May Village Hall
- 13-14 // Trevor Lock // Stand Up Comedy
The no-two-shows-the-same, expectation defying Fringe classic that never actually starts… continues… exactly as before.
- Tuesday 13 // Lyth Arts Centre
- Wednesday 14 // Melvich Village Hall
- Friday 16 // Puffin // Family Theatre
This is the story of a girl and her friendship with a puffin. Through their friendship they learn how to deal with change, even climate change. Suitable for 7+ Location: Castletown Drill Hall
- Saturday 17 // Ensemble // Dance Workshop
Ensemble is a contemporary dance performance, a gathering and series of interactions between five performers aged 32 – 74. We share the spotlight on a journey that lays bare our strengths, wobbles and possibilities together. Location: Lyth Arts Centre
- Wednesday 21 // LEO BURTIN RESIDENCY DINNER
Leo would like to invite you to take part in a unique dining experience. Over the course of the evening, Leo will introduce his project, and encourage you to make your views heard about what a piece of theatre created in, with and for your local community should feature. Location: Lyth Arts Centre
- Thursday 22 // Ewan Macpherson Trio // Traditional
“A master sharing his personal musical heritage.” Folkwords
Based in Scotland Ewan has been working in the music industry for 20 years. As a multi-instrumentalist he is a recognised figure on the vibrant Scottish music scene. Location: Lyth Arts Centre
- 23-24 // The Not So Late Show // Comedy Show
Join your hosts, Ross Brierley and Joshua Sadler, as they bring the UK’s finest spoof chat show and chaotic cabaret to Lyth Arts Centre, bringing you a prime-time dose of high energy, multimedia hilarity with chief collaborators Larry Budd and Paul Dunphy and a revolving door of very special guests.
- Friday 23 // Staxigoe Hall
- Saturday 24 // Lyth Arts Centre
- Sunday 25 // Siobhan Miller // Folk Music
One of the foremost Scottish folk singers, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent. Her soulful and stirring renewal of traditional song has won her the title of Scots Singer of the Year an unprecedented three times at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, as well as the 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for Best Traditional Track. Location: Lyth Arts Centre
- Wednesday 28 // Inyal // Traditional/Folk
With their innovative fusion of mercurial tunes, ethereal songs and intricate electronics, INYAL have crafted a sound that owes as much to their traditional roots as it does to the rhythms of modern Scotland. Location: Lyth Arts Centre
- Friday 30 // James Brown Is Annie // Soul/funk
Scotland’s premier soul-funk outfit, James Brown Is Annie, head up the A9 to lay down the grooves at Lyth Arts Centre on Friday 30 November.
Find more information for all our events here: https://lytharts.org.uk/events/