SEALL job opportunity…

SEALL is looking for a dynamic and organised part-time Administrative Assistant (1.5 days per week) to be part of the small team developing touring cultural events across Skye. Working from our office in Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Sleat, Skye you will be responsible for handling event and other income, making financial entries into our accounts system, […]

Janice Galloway on love and relationships…

One of Scotland’s foremost female writers comes to Skye on Valentine’s Day. Multi-award-winning author Janice Galloway is internationally renowned for giving voice to the feminine condition in Scottish working-class communities and has been described as a “significant force in Scottish cultural life.” Her first novel, The Trick is to Keep Breathing, is now widely regarded as […]

SEALL springs into 2019…

DOWNLOAD SEALL’S NEW 2019 SPRING PROGRAMME FROM HERE Mass fiddles, a silent film from the 1920s, an eerie opera, one of Scotland’s most popular female authors, dance performances and workshops are all part of the coming month’s performances in SEALL’s 2019 Spring programme. Kicking-off a brand new year for SEALL events is Alasdair Fraser and […]

Festival of Small Halls an outstanding success!…

The First SEALL Festival of Small Halls was an undoubted success with halls around Skye and onto the mainland either sold out of full for  8 nights of great concerts. Thank you everyone who got involved. Click HERE to see a  loads of photos.

Free ferry tickets to Raasay concert…

Free return ferry crossing Courtesy of CalMac, we can offer a free return ferry sailing (foot passenger only) to the first 12 people who book a ticket to our Raasay concert on Saturday, 24 November in Raasay Hall.   Make a day of it Jarlath Henderson, Donald Shaw and Innes Watson will give a traditional […]

SMO Gaelic Play 29 Damhair 6.45f…

Bidh an dealbh-chluich Taigh na Bana-bhuidsich le Buidheann Dràma Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, a bhuannaich a’ Phrìomh Duais aig Mòd Dhùn Omhain, air an ùrlar san TDC Oidhche Luain aig 6.45f. Bidh fàilte romhaibh uile, a bharrachd air cèic, tì, cofaidh, fìon, sugh is msaa. Come along on Monday 29 October at 6.45pm to see the Gaelic play […]