Ayrshire Heroes Past and Present
Posted on 27.08.14
Thanks to everyone who took part and attended the amazing film showing and theatre production that took place at the Harbour Arts Centre on Saturday the 9th and Sunday the 10th of August.
The weekend was the culmination of the Commonwealth Connections project which was supported by The Friends Of The Harbour Arts Centre.
The theatre production combined animation, theatre and music to create a piece that told the story of some of the heroes from Ayrshire that had a part in shaping the Commonwealth.
A big thanks to all the young film-makers, musicians, actors and animators who's enthusiasm and energy helped create the final show and to the team behind the scenes.
Cancelled - Show Me Your Tattoo
Posted on 20.08.14
Unfortunately Fridays Show Me Your Tattoo on Friday has been CANCELLED. We are looking at new dates and will update you when we find out more.
Thank you and sorry for any inconvience.
Posted on 18.08.14
Thanks to everyone who took part in the Rockchestra week long event at the Harbour Arts Centre.
The week of guitar tuition culminated in two performances, one on the Friday at the ANCHO barbecue event at Redburn Place and the other on Saturday as part of the Forth Port Parade.
Well done to the band for putting on a great show despite the wind and rain!
The Pitiless Storm (16+)
Posted on 15.08.14
The eve of Scotland’s referendum. A left-wing trade unionist endures a crisis of conscience as he is forced to question his political and moral beliefs in the face of a sea-change in his country’s political life. Loved and respected Bob Cunningham (David Hayman) has devoted his life to the party he loves but is forced by the voices of his past and his conscience to re-evaluate everything he holds dear. A widower with a dicky ticker and an estranged son, Cunningham makes a decision that may change his life and affect the future course of his country.
Tam Cowan - Tidelines
Posted on 15.08.14
The undisputed voice of Scottish football comedy, for ten years Tam presented BBC Scotland's weekly radio football comedy show Off The Ball live before all the weekend fixtures. He was the comedy columnist and food critic for the Daily Record for many years before his recent move to The Sun. Everything Tam does is full of sharp gags and fast banter. When you talk about Scottish all-round entertainers, the name Tam Cowan won't be too far of the top of the list. TV presenter, radio host, columnist, restraunt reviewer, after-dinner speaker, Tam wears many media hats. What makes him stand out is his ability to be entertaining and skilled at all of them.
Tam comes to the HAC as part of Tidelines Book Festival. To find out more please go to http://www.tidelinesbookfest.com/