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Events at the Macrobert Arts Centre

Macrobert - Saturday 10th February 2018 to Wednesday 28th February 2018

  • Ae Fond Kiss
    • Dates: Sat 10 Feb
    • Time: 7.30pm
    • Charge: £12.50 / £10.50 Conc / £5.50 Students
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    • Rabbie Burns is your guide through the major events of his own life. Enjoy quirky commentary, amusing and poignant interactions with key characters and renditions of several famous poems and songs along the way - Ae Fond Kiss, Red, Red Rose, Auld Lang Syne and many more. Get to know or re-discover the life, loves and genius of Scotland’s Bard.
    • Recommended for age 12+
  • Romantic Classics With The Edinburgh Quartet
  • More Moira Monologues
  • Craig Hill: Someone's Gonna Get Kilt

  • Songs of the Silver Screen
    • Dates: Sat 17 Feb
    • Time: 7.30pm
    • Charge: £16.50 / £14.50 Conc / £5.50 Students
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    • Description: Lights, camera, action – it’s an unforgettable night of movie magic and a nostalgic journey back to the heyday of Hollywood, with gorgeous gowns and crisp tuxedos. A cast of sensational singers.
  • Wolves
    • Dates: Sun 18 Feb
    • Time: 16:00
    • Charge: £8.50 / £30 Wee Group Saver
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    • Explore stories that have been told through different generations - from grandparents to children - keeping us all in place. How dangerous is it to stray from the path, and who is it dangerous for? The wolf pack community is set against the dangers of the big bad wolf, in a world of fairy tale imagery that sways between littered and tidied, wild and domestic.
    • With live music by Mairi Campbell
    • Recommended age 7+
  • The Return
    • Dates: Wed 21 Feb
    • Time: 7.30pm
    • Charge: £12.50 / £10.50 Conc / £5.50 Students
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    • Description: France, 1560. In the foothills of the Pyrenees, Bertrande tends to her livestock and mothers her young son. Seven years after her husband disappeared a stranger, Arnaud, walks into her life and they decide to present him to the world as her long-lost husband – returned. But is it possible that it really is her husband?
  • Velvet Evening Séance
    • Dates: 28 Feb
    • Time: 7.30pm
    • Charge: £12.50 / £10.50 Conc / £5.50 Students
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    • A tale of magic, crime and human fragility. It’s Victorian 1900's. A judge has allowed his jury to witness a séance to establish the guilt or innocence of the accused. James MacGregor, a well-known medium, is on trial for the murder of his brother. This séance is James’ last opportunity to prove his innocence. Amidst the candles and velvet, he attempts to connect with the jury and the spirit world. Is James a charlatan, or a man who has found the truth? Directed by multi award-winning magician and theatre-maker Ross MacKay.
Stirling University Bridge of Allan
Contact information
For more information or to book tickets, visit or contact Box Office on 01786 466666.