SEALL - Double bill of plays in Gaelic, Scots and English
Description:  7.30pm A Midsummer Night’s Dream Magic, mischief, trickery and love with the help of an old boot, a plastic bag and a brick! The wonderful ad hoc talent of Daibhidh Walker is a unique experience in Gaelic theatre from the critically acclaimed team who brought Mac Beatha to the Edinburgh Festival stage. This play mixes the rich poetic language of Shakespeare with some perfectly scripted contemporary belly laughs. 45 minutes and suitable for all ages. 9pm Building a Nation A spoken word and sound performance in English, Scots and Gaelic by poet and Gaelic learner Martin O’Connor. Steeped in the industrial voice of his own Glaswegian Scots, he explores the personal relationship with voice, accent and dialect and unearths the words we lose when we leave the land for the city, the words we lose when a place is swept by deindustrialisation, and the words we lose when we are disconnected from our cultural identity. 60 minutes and contains strong language. Adult £12, Members £10, Students/Young Persons £6, Under 10/Seasons Free
Open: 
Wednesday Oct 11th 2017 until Wednesday Oct 11th 2017
19:30 - 21:30 Wed
Web:  http://www.seall.co.uk/events/double-bill-gaelic-theatre-11-october/
Event Contact:  SEALL
01478 611143
info@seall.co.uk
Sabhal Mor Ostaig
Description: 
Address: 
nr Armadale
Sleat
Isle of Skye
IV44 8RQ
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Venue Contact:  01471 888000
sm.oifis@groupwise.uhi.ac.uk
Web:  http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk