Goldfish Theatre Presents - On 29th and 30th March
Posted on 24.02.14
Singin' I'm No a Billy He's a Tim:
On the day of a crunch Old Firm clash, a fan of each team winds up sharing a jail cell from which their only hope of escape is cash raised by bets on the match to pay their fines. While taking turns to watch the action on a TV visible through their cell door, the pair bicker their way through every entrenched cliché of "Scotland's shame" from religion to politics and national identity.
But aided by their kindly turnkey Harry - whose worries for his sick grandson help put their petty quarrels into perspective - they're forced to reach a grudging understanding. Des Dillon's brilliant satire of 90-minute bigotry in Scotland and its inextricable connection with the nation's two biggest football teams first scored critical acclaim at the Fringe in 2005, and has since been a near-constant fixture in theatres in Scotland.
Prepare for a night of laughs from a new season with new gags.
Posted on 10.02.14
Never mind the weather, get down to the Harbour Arts Centre for the best in live comedy with a great line up for Springtime. Starting with Gary Little on the 8th March, show starts 8pm, tickets on sale now!
Gary's show is currently selling out all over the UK, but he makes a quick stop in Ayrshire having just come from a hit run in New York Gary brings his barn storming, hysterical brand of storytelling and relentless gags that make Gary the hot tip to be Scotland's next big breakout comedy star.
See Gary in action here http://youtu.be/-Hu_0ejt1sU
New Animation Club!
Posted on 05.12.13
New for the Harbour Arts Centre and starting in January next year, book ahead as it's bound to be popular!
The Friends of The Harbour Arts Centre - Inaugural General Meeting 5th September 7pm
Posted on 02.09.13
Thanks to everyone who attended the Inaugural General
Meeting for The Friends of the Harbour Arts Centre.
Friends of the Harbour Arts Centre (FOHAC) was established
to promote wider access to art and cultural activities to communities within
To date FOHAC has been successful in generating over £13,000
of new funding towards our aim, enabling us to sponsor and lead the following:
- A new easy to use website promoting events at the Harbour
- Development of a mural at the Maritime Museum
- Development of a youth arts project in conjunction with
- A very successful writer/book weekend
- The Big Bang drumming workshop
The Big Bang!
Posted on 02.09.13
Thanks to everyone who got
involved with our week long series of drumming and percussion workshops, known
as 'The Big Bang'.
The highlight of which was the
final performances on the 17th August as part of the Forth Port Parade. Despite
a wet morning, the sun appeared just in time and a good crowd gathered to watch
as our participants mixed up Samba and African drumming, alongside a percussion
and multi-guitar extravaganza. It sounded fantastic and they got a great
response from everyone who had gathered to watch.
Friends of the Harbour Arts for supporting the event and Awards for All for