This screening is postponed till May date to be confirmed soon.
Brian O’ hEadhra + Fiona Mackenzie 4-5pm Gaelic Song Workshop Free & open to all ages. 7.30pm Concert. Acclaimed duo performing traditional and contemporary Gaelic song. £8 inc VAT/ £6 concs/under 16s. Tickets available on the door. Saturday 7 April Margaret Bennett, Norman Kennedy & Jimmy Hutchison 12-1.30pm Spinning Yarns – Song & Storytelling. Free & […]
We are looking for a motivated person to join the TC team. Someone who will see this post as a development opportunity; someone who is customer focussed, hard-working, motivated and with a love for baking, good local food and excellent presentation. You can find more information about the post in the Cafe Manager Application Pack. […]
10.30 am (5-9yr old) & 12 noon (10+)
We’ll be launching the new TC website, our Gaelic Plan and other exciting projects.
Gaelic Film & Visual Arts Trainee Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust Deadline: 10th May 2018 at 12:00 This role will involve working with our Arts Manager, in his role as creative director of UistFilm to take forward a number of key film projects for 2018. This is an opportunity funded by Creative Scotland and Bord Na Gaidhlig through […]
Eric R. Cregeen (1923-83) Fieldwork journals and photos of depicting the way of life in the Hebrides and West Highlands of Scotland in days gone by.
Little terns are the second rarest seabird in the UK and Ireland and possibly the best indicator of Climate Change that there is. David Woodfall’s new exhibition documents the challenges they face and what is being done to help them.
An Cuan Sgith is a two year visual arts exchange project between young people from Bùnsgoil Shlèite, Skye and Bùnsgoil Baile a’Mhanaich, Benbecula.
A new exhibition in Taigh Chearsabhagh Cafe of small works by Uist Arts Association members.
A celebration of the 40th anniversary of Craigard Day Centre.
Exhibition of artwork by Stephen Morrison.
Collaborative exhibition by Alec Finlay and Hannah Imlach exploring energy independence, localism, and technology, from the Neolithic quernstones (hand-mills) of the islands, to the MoD rocket range on Uist and St Kilda, and the renewable energy arrays of the future.
Soul Vessels is inspired by the beautiful wooden boats built by five generations of the Stewart family on Grimsay.
Poetry Evening headlined by the Edinburgh-based poet Henry Marsh and North Uist Poet, Pauline Prior-Pitt, and the Uist Writing Group. This will be the third visit at Taigh Chearsabhagh from Henry Marsh. Henry, who has spent part of every summer in Uist, will be reading his Uist poems, personal reflection poems, and selections from, “The […]
An exhibition of work by local artists, members of the Uist Arts Association.
Join storyteller and folk singer Matthew Crampton for stories and songs from his book Human Cargo: Emigration, Slavery and Transportation. Find out more about the book here. Understanding today’s migrant crisis through story and song from the past. HUMAN CARGO explores the experiences of people who were trafficked or transported in the 18th and 19th […]