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  • 07 Feb
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    • Chair Yoga

      Our weekly Chair Yoga class is open to everyone, who wants to improve their breathing, strength and flexibility. `it is a truly calming and uplifting experience

  • 08 Feb
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    • The Electrifying Mr JohnstonEmj master 900x506 cxj4pl

      a Mull Theatre production

      The world premiere of
      THE ELECTRIFYING MR JOHNSTON
      by Robert Dawson Scott

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      (script-in-hand play excerpts)

      THE ELECTRIFYING MR JOHNSTON
      A new play about one of Scotland’s great unsung heroes, Tom Johnston, once described by Churchill as the 'King of Scotland', focusing on his struggles to bring “light to the glens.” Through incredible feats of engineering and political manoeuvring, he sought to transform the lives of everyone in the north of Scotland by bringing hydroelectric power to the Highlands & Islands.
      A story of power-and the struggle for it.

      Reproduction of the Tom Johnston portrait by kind permission of Scottish Friendly Assurance.

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      An informal programme of script-in-hand play readings of new plays and works-in-progress.
      Readings, encounters, questions & answers, feedback and chat offer audiences the chance to be part of and enjoy the fun of the creative process.

      Tour details

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    • Tertia Barnett talk on “Rock Art (Kilmartin)”Kilmartin img0058 achnabreck rock art f.pcd  300x200 ofbggt

      Tertia Barnett Principal Investigator of the Rock Art Project will talk to us about the Kilmartin Rock Art
      AHS Winter Program 2018 – 2019
      www.lahsoc.org.uk
      Talks take place in the Roman Catholic Church hall, just behind the cathedral, and start at 7:30pm.
      Membership for the year is £10 includes free entry
      Non members are £3 per talk

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    • Archives TourLiveargyll logo ebi7rr

      See behind the scenes of liveArgyll's Archives. Discover who we are, what archives are all about, and see some of our treasures.

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  • 22 Feb
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    • Dunoon and Cowal Co-works - Feb Meet-upAsset 1 gmiazq

      Meet-up for freelancers, home based businesses and local people with enterprising ideas based in Dunoon and Cowal. Fri 22nd, 1:30 -3pm. Join us at the Burgh Hall, in the Robert Stewart room (situated front left). After intros, you'll get the opportunity to review the findings of the Co-work research to date and input into a new idea that aims to provide more support for our local enterprising community. £4 cake & drink deal from DBH cafe for all participants. Look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions please contact hannah@tacit-tacit.co.uk

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  • 28 Feb
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    • Written in the Landscape Local History WorkshopPoster lochgilphead tqobp3

      As part of the HLF funded Written in the Landscape project, liveArgyll Archives and the Argyll Papers at Inveraray Castle are offering a free local history workshop in Lochgilphead Community Centre on Thursday 28 February, 2.00-4.30pm, during which we will talk about the archive collections held at Lochgilphead and Inveraray Castle, and how they may assist people in Lochgilphead and the surrounding area with their local history research. The workshop will include short presentations from the archivists and the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ with some of our original records.
      There is no charge for attending the workshop but places are limited so advance booking is essential. Please email jennifer.young@liveargyll.co.uk or phone to book a place.