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Abbey Theatre

3-4 September 2016

The Abbey Theatre Club has been in its current location since 1964 when extensive renovations turned this derelict building into a working theatre.  Following a complete refurbishment in 1995 with the help of National Lottery Funding, the theatre now boasts a 79 seater auditorium, full backstage dressing facilities and extensive storage space for scenery, props and costumes.  The Abbey Theatre Club produces a number of plays every year, including a pantomime which is often a completely original production. Productions cover a wide range of tastes, from Scots comedies to thrillers and musical plays. The Club also has an active youth group. Run as a charity, the running of the Abbey Theatre Club and the upkeep of the building is the effort and responsibility of a group of volunteers. Tours of backstage area will be available.

Highland - Badenoch & Strathspey

Abernethy Old Kirk

6 September 2015

Community-owned Abernethy Old Kirk, which is Grade C-listed, dates back to the 1760s.  The site dates back as a religious site to the 1180s according to a Latin manuscript.  The building has a unique layout in that the pulpit in the centre of the south wall with pews in a "horseshoe" shape.  It is used for weddings, funerals, occasional worship, talks, concerts and various cultural displays and exhibitions.  WWI exhibition displaying artefacts, war diaries, photographs, letters and a Remembrance Tree for you to add your own personal tribute to a loved one who served in the Great War.Children (and adults!) can enjoy searching for the 10 white mice hidden around the kirk. Information sheets, children's activities, crafts, tombola, and second-hand books for sale. Tea and home-baking available. www.oldkirknethybridge.orgtel 01479 821944 or 079 3441 3063oldkirk@nethybridge.com

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