Small Halls is back and online for 2020…

The 2020 SEALL Festival of Small Halls will be live-streamed to your living room between 26 and 28 November. Performers this  year are Su-a Lee, Hamish Napier, Angus MacKenzie, Rachel Newton, Megan Henderson, Ewan Robertson, Lauren MacColl, Inge Thomson, Sean Gray. They will perform two live-streamed concerts from Braes Hall and Drumlanrig Castle. Presenter Eilidh […]

SEALL at Home is raising funds…

WATCH OUR SEALL@HOME FUNDRAISING CONCERT Go to our JustGiving page here: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/seallathome On 23 September, SEALL put on an online concert and fundraiser showcasing the musicians who have been involved in our SEALL@Home project.   This concert, which was put together by talented local musicians, Iseabail Strachan, gives a flavour of what we have been doing […]

Keep Rural Arts Live: Spotlight Sessions…

Have your say in who’s coming to Skye stages next year CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS EVENT ONLINE LIVE NOW As we plan for a safe future for performing arts on Skye, we are inviting our friends and supporters to have a say in what performances they would like to see in our venues next year. […]

SNH splashes out on Skye Festival…

We are delighted to announce that Skye’s leading summer festival is one of 24 projects to receive a share in almost £150,000 from Scotland’s nature agency. Through its Plunge In! Coasts and Waters Community Fund, and to celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has invested £4,000 towards the costs of […]

Music at the heart of Home…

As lockdown eventually eases, SEALL is looking at ways to come back to stages across Skye and Raasay in the safest way possible for our audiences, artists, supporters, volunteers and staff. It is our intention to continue to provide a network of community work, social care and education for our communities as well as support […]

Planning ahead…

SEALL’s plans for the coming months SEALL remains committed to supporting the creative arts sector but the health and welfare of each and every member of our communities will always come first. Reducing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping our communities, audiences, performers and staff healthy and happy is at the top of our priorities. […]