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What’s On in Stirling November 2013

Stirling 2013 e.mail or Tel: 01796 473335

All Year Stirling Vue Cinema Stirling Vue,Forthside Way, Stirling FK8 1QZ Tel: 08712 240 240 What’s on at the vue cinema in stirling Vue Stirling is an eight screen, all luxury stadium seated cinema with wall to ceiling to floor huge screens, enhanced by the most progressive projection and Dolby Digital Surround Sound technology for the ultimate picture and sound quality. The cinema has 1,061 seats over eight screens and is the biggest cinema in Stirling.

All Year Macrobert Arts Centre - Cinema Macroberts. University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA. For full listings of whats on at the cinema go to: Box Office 01786 466666

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OpenAll year Tues-Sat 10.30-5 and Sundays 2-5. Admission is free. Disabled access and facilities Cafe serves lunches, snacks, teas and coffees with home baking and is open daily to 4.30pm. The friends of the Smith offer guided tours every Wednesday afternoon to groups and individuals and at other times by arrangement. For further information please telephone 01786 471917 www.smithartgalleryand

until: 23 Dec 2013 Stirling Universaty Art Collection Tel: 01786 466050 email For more info:

from: 23 Oct 2013 until: 21 Dec 2013 The Polar Bears Go Wild-On Tour Macroberts. University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA. until: 21 Dec 2013 Following their sell-out festive run at smith art gallery and museum macrobert, our favourite bears are getstirling ting ready to travel all across Scotland Founded in 1874 with a legacy from and beyond this Autumn / Winter! Thomas Stuart Smith, Painter If you’re aged 5 or under Then here’s and collector. The Smith gallery and mu- the show for you Get here on your seum in Stirling houses a wide range of skis/snowshoes/tractor Or paddle your canoe… paintings,artworks, historical and arBrave explorers wanted to join two chaeological material and a changing programme of exhibitions. friendly (but slightly naughty) Polar Programmes for adults and children Bears on the adventure of a lifetime. include art Where are they going? What will they exhibitions, events, workshops and get up to next? And have they got school education service. enough sandwiches (Polar Bears love


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sandwiches, everyone knows that)? With music, laughter and quite a lot of cheekiness, The Polar Bears Go Wild is a perfect treat for young audiences. Remember to keep hold of your ice cream - Polar Bears are always hungry! Age: 5 And Under Tel: 01786 466666

oldest purpose-built picture house. Having undergone extensive restoration as part of the Bo’ness Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI), The Hippodrome has seen the 1926 decorative scheme reinstated, new seating installed and original seating restored, and digital and 35mm projectors fitted to offer the best cinema experience. from: 23 Oct 2013 until: 31 Dec Open 6 days a week Screening the best 2013 major new releases Independent films Kilted Kangaroo - Australian Bar & and classics. Grill House Tel: 01324 506850 9 Upper Craigs Stirling If you’re looking for some tasty tucker, a cold beer and some bonza enterfrom: 25 Oct 2013 until: 28 Dec tainment then look no further. We are 2013 Scotland’s favourite Australian Themed Drouthy Neebors Bar & Grill House. Located in the heart 7 Baker St Stirling FK8 1BJ of Stirling, we are also the first choice What’s On for a great night out with Open Mic Please keep checking back for forth(Tuesdays), Pub Quiz (Wednesdays) & coming events. Karaoke (Thursdays) from 9pm! Saturday 23rd November / Johnny On top of our weekly programme of Hagan 21st December / NEW YEARS entertainment we host a number of EVE - Johnny Hagan events thoughout the year. These Friday 29th November - Sunday 1st range from Stand-up Comedy Nights Dec - WinterAcousticFest All weekender to day-long Music Festivals in the huge Friday 15th Nov - Adam Donaldson beer garden. ***STUDENTS SAVE 10% Saturday 14th December - Sarah Mon teith Friday 1st November / Friday 6th December - Mark Hogg and Friends from: 23 Oct 2013 until: 31 Dec Saturday 16th November 2013 - David 2013 Baird No. 2 Baker Street Friday 8th November / Friday 27th 2 Baker Street Stirling FK8 1BJ December - Brian Cattigan Regular entertainment. Quiz Night To be announced - Anthony Stickings (Tuesday) Traditional Scottish Open Session (Wednesday) Live music/disco To be announced - James Lafferty at weekends. friendly warm welcome awaits. For on those that love...tradition, character and real ale.Tel: 01786 448 722 Friday 1st November 7.30pm Othello @ Macrobert Arts Centre from: 23 Oct 2013 Macroberts Art Centre. University until: 31 Dec 2013 of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA. The Hippodrome - Bo’ness How do you convince a man to murder Falkirk Community Trust Suite 1A, his own wife? In 16th century Venice, a The Falkirk Stadium Falkirk FK2 military ensign passed over for pro9EE motion and consumed with jealously Some 97 years after the first customplots the overthrow of his noble geners took their seats in the grand picture eral, the mighty Othello. palace, The Hippodrome re-opens its Following on from the success of doors to the public, recreating the gold- Shakespeare’s R&J and Kill Bill Macen age of cinema-going using 21st cen- beth, South Hill Park Arts Centre tury technology. The A-listed building, presents a major new production of brainchild of film-maker Louis Dickson Shakespeare’s great domestic tragedy and designed by local architect Matco-produced with Icarus Theatre Colthew Steele, was opened on 11 March lective and Original Theatre Company. 1912, is a rare example of pre-art deco We bring the world of Othello vividly cinema architecture, and Scotland’s to life, featuring a live string quar-


November 2013 tet, original music from composer Ron McAllister, and an ensemble cast. We combine Shakespeare’s vivid language with some of Britain’s greatest talent to tell a dangerous tale of ambition, jealousy, and love. Tackling subjects of racism, belonging, and deception, this is a classic take on a poignant tragedy that mercilessly explores every inch of the human condition. Icarus Theatre Collective return to macrobert following their 2012 sell-out Romeo And Juliet

Saturday 2nd November Scotfairs Antique Fair @ The Albert Halls Event finishes at 4.00pm The Albert Halls Dumbarton Road Stirling There are around 65 delightful and unusual stalls selling a wide range of interesting antiques and quirky collectables including pictures, jewellery, glassware, ceramics and much, much more. You’re bound to find an unusual gift or treat for yourself. All this is just a 5 minute stroll from the City centre. Admission £1.50. Accompanied Children Free Bonfire Bash @ Briarlands Farm 3rd November tbc. Briarlands Farm Blairdrummond Stirling FK9 4UP Bonfire Bash with our own special Bonfire Party on 3rd November (no Fireworks) at Briarlands farm

Monday 4th November 8pm Drever McGuire and Young at Stirling Folk Club Stirling County R.F.C., Bridgehaugh Park, Stirling FK9 5AP The band came together in early 2012. Ivan had worked with & known Frankie over a number of years and met Rich at a folk club in Scotland where they played together for the first time. Their music is an exciting & eclectic sound that encompasses a huge variety of musical influences from their individual backgrounds. Currently working on their debut album they are now booking dates to promote this in the UK, Europe & America. Tickets available on the door

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Tuesday 5th November 6.30pm Fireworks Spectacular at Callendar Park Callendar House, Callendar Park, Falkirk, Central, FK1 1YR Fireworks Spectacular at Callendar Park FREE Another fireworks extravaganza! Park open 6.30pm.

Tuesday 5th November Fireworks and Bonfire Night in Bridge of Allan Inverallan Road Bridge of Allan Organsied by the Stirling and bridge of Allan Round table. All proceeds to charity.

saturday 9th November 10am4pm Stirling Farmers Market Port Street, Stirling City Centre (outside M&S) Outstanding range of superb produce get the local taste Where else can you talk to the farmer/ producer and find out how the food is grown/reared/made? Highland beef, pork and bacon, venison and wild game, wild boar, fresh and smoked fish, great bread in variety continental and traditional recipes including sourdoughs, scones and cakes, gluten-free baking, jams, chutneys and preserves, Scottish cheeses and butter, free-range hen/duck eggs, organic vegetables, cold-pressed oilseed-rape products and dressings, fudge and tablet, low sodium sea-salt, savoury pies, country fruit wines, hand-made, jewellery, soaps and body care products, knitted baby clothes, garden plants. Always the 2nd Saturday of the month Monday 11th November 8pm Celine Donoghue and Neil Sturgeon at Stirling Folk Club At Stirling County R.F.C., Bridgehaugh Park, Stirling FK9 5AP Tickets available on the door

Tuesday 12th November Psychic Night at The Albert Halls Albert Halls Stirling In aid of Kidney Kids Scotland Tickets available from 01324 555843 or online at or Albert Halls 01786 473544

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Tickets £8 Private readings available on a whole lot of fun! night:- £14 for a shortened readbeast-41.htm ing or £20 for a fully comprehensive reading Monday 18th November 8pm Allan Taylor at Stirling Folk Club At Stirling County R.F.C., Bridgehaugh Park, Stirling FK9 5AP Allan is considered to be one of the music scene’s great guitarists, creating during his stage performance a distinctive rich and mellow sound, and with a voice that speaks of a life-time of travel he can make each song a vignette of life, like a story told over a drink in a bar. His songs have an integrity that tell you they come from something real, where characters come to life as people you know and places become as familiar as if you had been there. When this happens, you know it’s an Allan Taylor concert. Tickets available on the door

Wednesday 27th November 2013 Sunday 5th January 2014 Beauty and The Beast Macroberts Art Centre. University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA. Written, Directed By & Starring Johnny McKnight Once Upon A Time in a far, far, faraway land - further than even Falkirk- lived a handsome young Prince and a beautiful young girl named Belle. Stirling Stella is not a happy place. The recession is STILL in full force. Bunty Buntock is worried about her two children, Belle and Sebastian. Belle is sick of men - especially her psycho-ex Gaston, who keeps slapping his thighs and declaring Belle his prize. All Belle wants is her equal (oh and to win the Stirling Stella Showchoir competition). Sebastian is tired of being the silly billy, if only the local evil witch Valentina Rizzla would notice him. And think on poor Prince Matthew Creepy-Crawley, confined to the ground of Bouffin Abbey. He used to be the heart-throb of Stirling Stella, and now thanks to an evil curse he’s scarier than Bigfoot. Who would know that a stolen roseand a Showchoir final - would change their lives forever? The greatest love story in the pantosphere as you’ve never heard it before. Part Grease, part Downton Abbey and


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