SEALL at Sabhal Mor Ostaig

SEALL at Sabhal Mor Ostaig
Sleat, Isle Of Skye, IV44 8RQ
  • Box office 01471 844207
  • Opening times Daily 9am–9pm.
  • Website www.seall.co.uk
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SEALL at Sabhal Mor Ostaig

SEALL is Scotland's liveliest rural touring promoting organisation and uses Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic College, as its main venue for a range of music and theatre events.

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  • Provides: Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi

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Adam Sutherland

Scottish folk fiddler who performs all his own tunes with his backing band.

Tue 22 Aug

£15 (£7; Students £12; under 10s free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00

Anne Martin: The Vibrant Innuendo and Euphemism of Gaelic Song

Folk singer Anne Martin reveals the bawdier side of Gaelic song.

Wed 2 Aug

£12 (Students £10; Members £10) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00

Charlie McKerron and Friends

The Capercaillie veteran, with help from a couple of friends, strips things back to basics for a night of jigs, reels and airs.

Tue 8 Aug

£15 (£7–£12; Children free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00 – 22:00

Donald Black Band

A night of Celtic jigs, hornpipes, strathspeys and reels from mouth organ player Donald, the man with the talent to make the humble harmonica sound like an accordion.

Sun 30 Jul

Times to be confirmed / £12 (£6; Students £10; Under 10s free) / 01471 844207

Eduardo Niebla

The guitar virtuoso and composer performs flamenco jazz fusion.

Mon 31 Jul

£14 (Students £12; Young people £7; Children free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00 – 22:00

Eliza Ross's Raasay

Joshua Dickson of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland explains the musical importance of the Gaelic collection of Elizabeth Ross, niece of the laird of Raasay. An evening ceilidh and celebration follows the lectures and workshops.

Fri 18 Aug

£14 (£7; Students £12; Under 10s free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00

The Skye Festival: Fèis an Eilein

Summer arts festival celebrating island culture and performing arts with a strong focus on Scottish traditional music. Events include charity cafes, art exhibitions, theatre, ceilidhs, environmental days and a community-led fringe programme of house concerts.

Wed 26 Jul

Times to be confirmed / £0–£14 / 01471 844207

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Thu 27 Jul

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Fri 28 Jul

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…and 31 more dates until 28 Aug

Gaelic Song and Music Cèilidh

An evening of Gaelic song and music with singers Margaret Stewart, Ingrid Henderson and guests.

Wed 9 Aug

£0–£15 Pay as you like event / 01471 844207

  • 20:00 – 22:00

Isle of Skye Piping Society with the Caimbeul Family

An evening of pipe music with award-winning piper Brìghde Chaimbeul and her talented siblings.

Tue 15 Aug

£12 (£6; Students £10; Children free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00

Michael Longley

Irish poet Michael Longley will reads from his exuberant new collection Angel Hill. This Belfast boy has won just about every award in poetry that’s worth scooping. The Whitbread and TS Eliot prizes have spent time in his trophy cabinet and he has been awarded an MBE.

Sun 13 Aug

Pay what you like event / 01471 844207

  • 19:30

Music from the Islands

Alana MacInnes, Caitlin McNeil, Shona Mason and Fiona Black present an evening of fiddle, box and pipe music from the Hebrides.

Tue 1 Aug

Pay what you want / 01471 844207

  • 20:00 – 22:00

Red Note Ensemble

Red Note is Scotland's foremost contemporary music ensemble.

Mon 28 Aug

£14 (£7; Students £12; under 10s free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00

Shappi Khorsand Live

Sharp wit and storytelling from the Iranian-born stand-up.

Tue 24 Oct

£13.50 / 01471 844207

The String Contingent

Original acoustic string music from the multi-instrumentalists, drawing on celtic, baroque and bluegrass influences.

Mon 14 Aug

£14 (£7–£12; Children free) / 01471 844207

  • 20:00 – 22:00

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