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COMPANY OF WOLVES:
THE END OF THINGS Physical theatre infused with joy, pain and breathtaking beauty. A journey to the heart of letting go... Friday 3 March, 7:30PM
SLOW MOTION
An exhibition in collaboration with Peacock Visual Arts at the Barn: 24 February – 8 April
MAIRI CAMPBELL:
PULSE A celebration of viola, voice, movement, animation and storytelling. Friday 17 March 8:00PM
JENNA WATT:
FASLANE Jenna Watt discovers what happens when the personal and political collide in this multi award-winning show about the UK’s nuclear deterrent, direct from Edinburgh Fringe. Tuesday 4 April, 7:30PM
John Newling. Artist-in-residence
What is John Newling up to with his soil bowls? Watch him explain his method and theory in this short video...

Mairi Campbell

Mairi Campbell

Fri 17 Mar, 7:00PM. A celebration in viola, voice, movement, animation and storytelling, Pulse is Mairi Campbell’s musical homecoming, journey of the heart and quest to find her pulse.

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Ridout Ma Duo

Ridout Ma Duo

Thurs 9 March, 7:30PM. Award-winning pianist Ke Ma and Timothy Ridout (Viola) play BRAHMS: Sonata in E flat, Op.120 No.2 and other pieces. Organised by Woodend Music Society

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I, Claude Monet

I, Claude Monet

Wed 22 February, 7:00PM. EOS. An unmissable cinematic immersion into some of the most loved and iconic scenes in Western Art.

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Curious: Clare Hammond

Curious: Clare Hammond

Thurs 2 March, 7:00PM. Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s ‘Young Artist’ Award, pianist Clare Hammond presents a ground-breaking programme of contemporary works for piano and film.

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Film: Carol (15)

Film: Carol (15)

Wed 1 March, 7:00PM. Cate Blanchett plays Carol, an older woman in 1950s New York, going through a divorce. She enters into a forbidden love affair with a young photographer, played by Rooney Mara.

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Slow Motion is approaching fast

Only a few more days and our brand new exhibition Slow Motion opens to the public: an absolute stunning selection of artworks published by Peacock Print Studio between 2010 and 2016. If you like contemporary printmaking, some bold colours, abstract works or just appreciate seeing lots of high quality artworks together in one show, don’t miss it. It is a feast for the eyes. It is the first time the Barn wor
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