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SEALL is one of Scotland’s leading rural performing arts promoters. Based on the Isle of Skye, we bring the magic of performance in music, theatre, dance, literature, comedy and children’s shows to remote rural venues across the Isles of Skye and Raasay. Since 1996, we have hosted over 2,000 performances via our year-round annual programme, the Fèis an Eilein (Skye Festival) in July and the Festival of Small Halls in November. Through our work, we celebrate Scotland’s performing arts and our Island culture with our audiences. We look forward to welcoming you

About SEALL

SEALL is one of Scotland’s leading rural performing arts promoters. Based on the Isle of Skye, we bring the magic of performance in music, theatre, dance, literature, comedy and children’s shows to remote rural venues across the Isles of Skye and Raasay. Since 1996, we have hosted over 2,000 performances via our year-round annual programme, the Fèis an Eilein (Skye Festival) in July and the Festival of Small Halls in November. Through our work, we celebrate Scotland’s performing arts and our Island culture with our audiences. We look forward to welcoming you

Our Festivals

SEALL 2022 events programme

We are back for 2022 in venues across Skye and Raasay. We are delighted to be returning to some of our favourites halls with events in music, dance, drama, literature and children's shows from March to October.

Festival of Small Halls 2023

SAVE THE DATE: Friday 18th to Saturday 26th November 2022 A multi-artform winter festival bringing big music to small halls around the Isles of Skye and Raasay with the emphasis on civic celebration ending in a Big Ceilidh for St Andrew's Night – everyone is welcome.

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