Coming Soon – Three Blas Festival events…

SEALL is delighted to have been offerred three events in this year’s Highland-wide Blas Festival. Two new Short Gaelic Plays will be presented at lunhtime on Wednesday 6 September; Duncan Chisholm are joined by the Mischa MacPherson Trio on Friday 8 September and finally Mànran are joined by Hecla and the Cèilidh trialers on Saturday […]

Charity Cafe raises £1000 for Young People’s theatre…

The SEALL Charity Café during the Skye Festival raised around £1000 for our Theatre for Young People fund. We want to expand the amount of good quality children’s events we promote and this was a good start. A good time was had by all at the Café. Thanks to the 12 helpers and all the […]

Duncan shortlisted for NRTF Special Award…

Duncan MacInnes, the artistic director of SEALL and the Skye Festival, was recently shortlisted for the new ‘Speical Award’at the recent gathering in Nottingham of the National Rural Touring Forum. He was one of three, and the only one from Scotland, to get this accolade for an outstanding contribution to Rural Touring in the UK.

Bilingual website…

We are in the process of bilingualising this website. The tabs on each event saying ‘click here for Gaelic’ will soon be operational – but not quite yet!

Gaelic Love and Transgressive Verse – another World Premiere!…

No other four Gaelic singers, musicians and academics could have dared to, or even succeeded in, pulling off a night of risqué Gaelic love and transgressive verse. Ian MacPherson, Peter MacKay, Anne Martin and Ingrid Henderson presented ‘An Leabhar Liath’ or ‘The Light Blue Book’ to a delighted Skye Festival audience on 24 August. The […]

Spotlight on SEALL in Volunteer Arts…

Voluntary arts recently asked SEALL and the Skye Festival about their work with volunteers. We featured volunteer director Jacqui MacKinnon and her raffle-selling daughter Hannah. Open up this blog and read about it HERE