Event Category: Arts, Culture & Tourism

Event of interest to members of the Cultural and Tourism SEN.

Campbeltown Picture House

Leeds Animation Workshop is a women’s collective set up in 1978 to produce and distribute animated films on social issues. Film include: They Call Us Maids: The Domestic Workers’ Story, about migrant domestic workers’ rights; Give Us a Smile, about sexual harassment and the objectification of women; and Did I Say Hairdressing? I Meant Astrophysics, about women in science […]


Arts & Business Scotland

This half-day seminar is a must for all financial or budget holding staff and anyone who wants to know how tax affects (and can benefit) arts and heritage organisations with charitable status in Scotland. The accompanying general tax guide provides a practical summary of the training and guidance on how tax affects the arts and […]


Arts & Business Scotland

Don’t miss out – HMRC are giving away millions of pounds to help you create new exhibitions. Attend our NEW training seminar if you tick yes to the following three questions. Whether you currently pay tax or not, big savings could come your way. For more information and to book your place see here.


The Sanctuary Nightclub

Creating accessible Wow Factor leisure for adults of all ages and abilities to enhance physical, mental and social health, reducing Ageism and loneliness in our communities. Upcoming events: Every Monday: 11.30am to 1.30pm Daytime Disco at The Sanctuary Nightclub, Partick. £5 per person includes lunch. Carer entry free and small charge for optional lunch. Music […]


Carsphairn

Unparalleled music and arts festival in a beautiful mountain riverside meadow. https://www.knockengorroch.org.uk/


Arts & Business Scotland

This training session is aimed at individuals in arts and heritage organisations who are new to or are starting fundraising and need to build knowledge, skills and confidence. The objectives of the day are: * To gain an overview of the current funding landscape in Scotland in relationship to arts and heritage * To examine […]


Theatre Nemo Studio

All your troubles disappear for a few hours while your doing this art and crafts and that feeling of peace can stay with you for hours.  If you or anyone you know would like to get out and about and meet new people while learning or revisiting past skills do come along you will feel […]


The Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank

Have a blast discovering your inner scientist or engineer at our free pop up science weekend! Test your own wind turbine designs, discover steam engineering in action, use pedal power to move water and enjoy lots of other fun, hands on activities and challenges throughout the weekend. Supported by National Museums Scotland’s Powering Up programme […]


The Sanctuary Nightclub

Creating accessible Wow Factor leisure for adults of all ages and abilities to enhance physical, mental and social health, reducing Ageism and loneliness in our communities. Upcoming events: Every Monday: 11.30am to 1.30pm Daytime Disco at The Sanctuary Nightclub, Partick. £5 per person includes lunch. Carer entry free and small charge for optional lunch. Music […]


The Sanctuary Nightclub

Creating accessible Wow Factor leisure for adults of all ages and abilities to enhance physical, mental and social health, reducing Ageism and loneliness in our communities. Upcoming events: Every Monday: 11.30am to 1.30pm Daytime Disco at The Sanctuary Nightclub, Partick. £5 per person includes lunch. Carer entry free and small charge for optional lunch. Music […]


Alan Stephenson House,

Archive programme from the National Library of Scotland Presented and curated by Ruth Washbrook Based on the cult novel by Alan Warner and filmed in and around Oban. Samantha Morton stars in Lynne Ramsay’s second feature. The film is a visually stunning, gritty study of grief. It follows Morvern’s journey from her husbands suicide in […]


Campbeltown Picture House

Archive programme from the National Library of Scotland Presented by Shona Thomson, A Kind of Seeing Ramsay’s first feature-length film follows a young Glaswegian boy named James after the death of his friend Ryan. With scarce dialogue and a subtle central performance, Ramsay lets the camera communicate James’ emotions. Images in Ratcatcher often feel disconnected and […]