Film - “Captain Abu Raed” - 24th Sept 2014

This year the Highland Spiritual Cinema are showing a film every month here at The Little Theatre.

For September they have “Captain Abu Raed”.

Highland Spiritual Cinema - Captain Abu Raed

 

“Sometimes things happen in life that turn you down a different path.”

When an old airport janitor finds a captain's hat in the trash, he gets pulled into the lives of children in his poor neighbourhood. He weaves imaginary stories of his world adventures to offer hope in the face of their harsh reality.

Captain Abu Raed is a 2007 Jordanian Film directed and written by Amin Matalqa. It is the first feature film produced in Jordan in more than 50 years. The Royal Film Commission of Jordan endorsed Captain Abu Raed to be submitted to the 81st Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, the first ever submitted by Jordan. The film won awards at numerous film festivals including the Sundance Film Festival, Heartland Film Festival, and the Dubai International Film Festival. It was screened at the Jerusalem International Film Festival in 2008.

 

 

Runtime: 102 minutes
Time: Wednesday 24th September 2014, 7.30pm (doors open at 7.15pm)
Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
Tickets: Highland Spiritual Cinema members £2, non-members £5
Website: http://www.highlandspiritualcinema.net/

“Dick Whittington” - 26th Nov to 13th Dec 2014

Nairn Drama Club presents its 2014 Christmas pantomime – “Dick Whittington” – by Limelight Scripts.

Dick Whittington Poster Art

Show Dates:

Day Date Time
Wed 26/11/2014 7:30pm
Thu 27/11/2014 7:30pm
Fri 28/11/2014 7:30pm
Sat 29/11/2014 7:30pm
Sun 30/11/2014 3:00pm Matinée
Wed 03/12/2014 7:30pm
Thu 04/12/2014 7:30pm
Fri 05/12/2014 7:30pm
Sat 06/12/2014 7:30pm
Sun 07/12/2014 3:00pm Matinée
Wed 10/12/2014 7:30pm
Thu 11/12/2014 7:30pm
Fri 12/12/2014 7:30pm
Sat 13/12/2014 7:30pm

Tickets:

Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
Tickets: Not on general sale until October 6th.
For block bookings (12 or more) please email us.

Panto Chorus Auditions - 24th Aug 2014

Evening of Mediumship

The chorus panto auditions will take place from 2pm.

Typically during the audition, the potential chorus members will be asked to learn a short dance routine, a song, and read from the script.

Dates: Sunday 24nd August 2014, 2pm
Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn

“Evening of Mediumship” - 22nd Aug 2014

Evening of Mediumship

An Evening Of Clairvoyance With Paulyne Brown & Joanna Hunter

 

Dates: Friday 22nd August 2014, 7.30pm
Tickets: £10, available from
http://www.myinnerpeace.co.uk/Tickets.html
Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
Website: http://www.myinnerpeace.co.uk/

Film - “Eckhart Tolle: Awakening in the Now” - 27th August 2014

This year the Highland Spiritual Cinema are showing a film every month here at The Little Theatre.

For August they have “Eckhart Tolle: Awakening in the Now”.

Highland Spiritual Cinema - Awakening in the Now

 

 

Runtime: 110 minutes
Time: Wednesday 27th August 2014, 7.30pm (doors open at 7.15pm)
Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
Tickets: Highland Spiritual Cinema members £2, non-members £5
Website: http://www.highlandspiritualcinema.net/

Aye, Have a Dream - 19th July 2014

Referendum afternoon of coffee, tea, cakes, videos, information and inspiration...

Poster for Aye, Have a Dream

 

Scotland Yet is a feature length documentary that takes a radically different approach to the debate on Scottish independence.

Blissfully free of sound bites, politicians and statistics, Scotland Yet examines the sum of several personal stories from across the nation to explore the many reasons why we find ourselves at such an historic impasse.

Filled with remarkable characters and sparkling with collective imagination, vision and humour, this is the story of a society that’s beginning to see itself in a whole new light. From the old to the young, from veteran activists to bold artists, Scotland Yet delves into the past, documents the present and asks poignant questions about Scotland’s future.

This films focuses on the real referendum debate, the one taking place in the streets, homes and communities across Scotland. It documents the most important discussion we have ever had, as democracy, place, what we have here and what we lack, come to the fore.

A coming of age story about a whole society: Scotland Yet is a unique and radical cinematic journey about a country that will never be the same again.”

 

Time: Saturday 19th July 2014, 2 - 5pm
Venue: The Little Theatre, King Street, Nairn
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