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DURNESS Village Hall. “Titus: a drama about telling big lies and small truths. About pigs that fall in love. About crows that talk. About running away and finding yourself. Titus is the story of a 10-year-old boy on the edge — literally on the roof of his school — confronted by a situation that seems hopeless. He can either give up or fight.” Titus, the work of Belgian writer, Jan Sobrie, was awarded the Dutch-German Author Prize in 2007 and is considered one of Europe’s most successful plays for young people. This new English version, written by Oliver Emanuel and directed by Lu Kemp, premiered at the Imaginate Festival, Edinburgh in May 2012. “A beautifully structured, evocatively phrased monologue…fingers crossed this tours” **** The Herald. Wednesday, February, 4 at 1.00pm.
Village Hall. Bingo Evening in Aid of Hall Funds, Saturday, February 7, 7.00pm for 7.30pm.
Village Hall. Scottish Opera, Tuesday, February 10, at 7.30pm.
Village Hall. Family Quiz Night, Saturday, February 28, at 7.30pm.
Village Hall. Village Hall. Zumba, Wednesdays, at 7.00pm.
MELVICH Village Hall. Titus (for detials see Durness entry above). Today, Thursday February 5, at 7.30pm. “One hour show with refreshments afterwards.” A family event – £7 full/ £5 concession/ £3 pupils. Book: alexandriahappy@yahoo.ie 01641 531355 / 07599760798.
MELNESS Community Centre. Badminton, Mondays, 7.30-10.00pm.
TONGUE Village Hall. Community Lunch — Soup and Sweet £2.50 each — Saturday, February 21, 12.30-2.30pm.
Kyle Centre. Art Group meets every Tuesday evening, 7.30-9.30pm, during term time. All abilities welcome. £3, includes tea/coffee/biscuits. Further info, call Stuart on 01847-611377.
Kyle Centre. “Step it up Highland Tongue and Bettyhill Walking Group” meet every Wednesday at 1.00pm. For more information, call Ruth on 01847 611327.
BETTYHILL Village Hall. Martial Arts Class, Wednesdays; Bowls, Thursdays.
Village Hall. Zumba: restarting for three Mondays — February 2, 9 and 23, at 7.00pm.
SCOURIE Village Hall. Fèis Iar Thuath, February 16 and 17. For further information, see “Scourie Feis” on page 3.
SKERRAY Village Hall. Renowned blues guitarist, Peter Price, Thursday, February 19, at 8.00pm. Seated, tables, BYOB. Admission: £8.00.

 


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