Arts Centre, deep in the countryside, is housed in a beautiful
old building surrounded by trees and ancient stone walls. From the
outside it retains the character of a Victorian village school but the
interior has been imaginatively converted to a dynamic multi-purpose
Most of the
programme is devoted to presenting the work of professional British and
international artists and performers and the centre also acts as a
stepping-off point for local artistic activity. The main aim is to
promote work of the highest standard.
year-round programme of Live Performances
presents the best work of small-scale touring companies - often
innovative and experimental. This includes drama, dance, jazz,
folk, world, and new music.
Wednesday, 18 May, 8pm (Music - Jazz)
Cathie Rae in Concert. Cathie last visited Lyth with Colin Steele in a
delightful Chet Baker tribute show. Now she is launching her first solo tour
which starts at Lyth with 15 gigs taking in London's 606 Club. She is backed by
the highly talented combination of Steve Hamilton on piano and Martin Kershaw on
saxophone. This unusual but interesting combination of piano, voice and sax come
together to produce original jazz compositions and arrangements.
Wednesday, 25 May, 8pm (Music -
Gordon Gunn, Marc Clement and Charlie McKerron in Concert
Music fans in the North have been delighted to hear of this Wick fiddle player's
success on the Scottish and international music scene but would love to hear him
play his own turf, so here's a chance to see him. He is a ccompanied by two of
his talented colleagues from 'Session A9', Capercaille's Charlie McKerron on
fiddle and Blazin Fiddle's Mark Clement on guitar. This should be an un-missable
night for Scottish music fans.
All tickets are £10 full price, £8
Members and OAP's and £5 children, students, unwaged and they can call 01955
641270, email email@example.com or
visit our website on www.lytharts.org.uk
The Emperor's New Kilt - 4,6,7,8 December 2004
on Hans Christian Anderson's wonderful story of The emperor's New Clothes.
Wee Stories present the Emperor's New Kilt, a festive musical comedy for all the
family. The story takes place on the
extraordinary island of Kiltie, an island that lies far out on the horizon in
the North of Scotland, an island that only clever people can see. Kiltie is ruled by a very
powerful man, and the entire island and everything on it is his empire (even the
sheep and the wool on their backs): so he is the emperor, but because this is
Scotland, everyone calls him the Laird!
1 July 2004
Lyth Arts Centre
Lyth Arts Centre has now set up a a
web site and Caithness.org will no longer run these pages as events and
news will appear on their own web site. Just click on the link to
go to the Lyth Arts Centre web site.
Shows and other events will continue to
appear in the What's On section of Caithness.org where links will also
be made to the Lyth arts Centre web site.