Energectic five-piece hit Sabhal Mòr…

Critically-acclaimed Edinburgh-based quintet Mt Doubt are making big waves on the Scottish music scene. Described as “Caledonian pop with a good slug of guitar” the “atmospheric” alt rock/dark pop five-piece are on tour to promote their latest EP Moon Landing and come to Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, An Talla Mòr, tomorrow (Saturday, 18 November) with singer-songwriter […]

SEALL’s new and extended Board…

At a busy AGM on 15 November SEALL was delighted to welcome aboard 3 new Directors: Eilidh MacFadyen, Student Liaison Officer at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig (and who probably halves the average age of the Board!); Rose Hill of Broadford and John White of Kilmuir. They join the current members: Rosie Macdonald, Kath MacLeod, Alistair MacAoidh, […]

Welcome to Skye’s new cultural hub…

“Pleasure to officially open @SEALLEventsSkye new hub – great people with a passion for culture” Fiona Hyslop, Scottish Minister for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs Scotland’s new cultural arts hub celebrated its official opening on Friday morning with a number of very special guests. During her short visit to Skye last week, Fiona Hyslop, MSP, Cabinet Secretary for […]

Skye debut for Embers…

Adam Holmes & the Embers come to Sabhal Mòr Ostaig on Tuesday, 7 November and will be joined on this UK tour by Rachel Sermanni. Singer-songwriter Adam Holmes is one of the brightest rising stars on the UK music scene, with influences from either side of the Atlantic mixing together to form his own brand of soulful […]

SEALL AGM and new Directors…

The A.G.M. and Members’ evening is on Wednesday 15 November in our new office upstairs in the old courtyard of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig (next An Talla Mòr). Come along to find out what a great year we had in 2017, and talk about plans for 2018 over a glass of wine. We are always interested […]

Monster of a performance…

★★★★ “(A) small and perfectly formed piece of physical theatre… wondrous to behold and awesome in the true sense of the word” Irene Brown, Edinburgh Guide  An unusual and captivating piece of visual theatre, exploring Mary Shelley’s Gothic monster, comes to Sleat next week. Edinburgh-based circus artist, musician, theatre maker and entertainer, Phil Hardie, will […]