Archives for May 2015

‘Cèol on the Croft’ 29 and 30 May

SEALL is delighted to support the wonderful festival in its second year.
A totally community-led event in the most amazing tent you will see!
Friday from 6.30pm
Sarah and Felix ~ Skippinish ~ Buille ~ Mae Trio ~ Benbecula Students

Saturday from 3.30pm
Jane Thompson and James Rigby ~ The Lowground ~ Dàimhmòr ~ Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band ~ Mae Trio ~ Benbecula Students ~ Eabhal and local youngsters

Bar ~ RNLI Burgers ~ Teas/Coffee ~ Ice Cream

Kids tent being run by the lovely Eilidh from 4 pm Story Telling ~ Juggling.

The inimitable Derek Mackay will again host the festival

Find out more HERE  and on FaceBook

BBC’s Craig Anderson features in ‘Rapid Theatre’ on Wednesday

The award-winning TV reporter Craig Anderson has joined the cast of Rapid Departure in a virtual role as BBC Scotland’s Highland correspondent.…/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-327234…

SEALL helps Cancer Research UK Skye & Lochalsh

SEALL was delighted to offer the Raffle space to Cancer Research UK Skye & Lochalsh at the sell-out concert with Jarlath Henderson and Ross Ainslie on 13 May. Rae MacEachern and Christine MacEachern organised the raffle and raised £130. “Huge thanks” says Rae to everyone invovled.


This is why is is often good to reserve ahead!

Another sell-out event with the National Theatre of Scotland and Whisky Galore. We did manange to squeeze in everyone who came – but one day you will get caught out! It is so easy to reserve your seat:

1) go the event on this webiste

2) scroll down to the bottom of the page

3) click on the tickets you want

4) fill in the other boxes

5) press that send button

6) turn up on the night clutching a wad of cash and wearing a happy cultural grin.

Some rollicking reels & jigs from ‘RuRa’ was a perfect end to a perfect holiday.

Two wonderful Irish ladies rang us from Ayr while on holiday from Ireland. They wanted to visit Skye and SEALL’s ‘Rura’concert, but could not find accommodation. We gave them some local details and contact with Visit Sleat and by the next day they had booked their ‘Rura’ tickets.  Afterward they wrote:

“Just to say that we had a fantastic time on Skye, including taking the scenic routes around the north & south of the island. The physical features were astounding. We were based in Sleat,  for a couple of nights, staying with the lovely Flora & Duncan MacDonald.  The little harbour at Isleornsay was so pretty! Sleat is beautiful.  We also had a lazy, late-evening stroll, on an amazing beach on the scenic route that Flora recommended to us, that starts at Sabhal Mor Ostaig. We were very fortunate. weather-wise, during our entire trip, with my having to put on suntan-lotion on two occasions!

And to finish up with some rollicking reels & jigs from ‘RuRa’ was a perfect end to a perfect holiday.

Your attentiveness, efficiency & welcome, Duncan and Visit Sleat, were very much appreciated by us, Nuala and Vera, and we will hold wonderful memories of our trip to the Highlands.
Keep up the good work.