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a guide to what’s on during August & beyond... • FILM • MUSIC • ART • THEATRE • CAFÉ BAR • EDUCATION •
WELCOME Whether it is Film, Music, Art or Theatre this is your guide to Shetland Arts and its venues.
CONTENTS 03 > North Sea Fishing 04 > Behind the North Wind 04 > Creativity Camp 05 > Action Films 06 > Event Listings 07 > Neil Georgeson & Abby Hayward 08 > Aly & Phil 08 > Wellbeing Choir 09 > Family Friendly Films 10 > Roddy Woomble Band 10 > Lucy Spraggan 11 > ScreenPlay 2017 12 > Event Listings 13 > Met Opera: Carmen 13 > André Rieu
14 > Fiddle Frenzy Concerts 16 > Newton Faulkner 16 > Without A Hitch 17 > Film 17 > Screen Pride / Screen Classics 18 > Event Listings 18 > WordPlay 2017 19 > Comedy Films 20 > My Mountain Life 20 > Scouting For Girls 21 > Screen Horizons 22 > Lau 22 > Queen II 23 > Cinema Ticket Prices 24 > What’s On at a Glance 2
NORTH SEA FISHING Black & white photographs from the 1990s
8 July - 27 August LOWER GALLERY:
MAREEL LONG WALL:
Margaret Worthington Sea Becomes Sky
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert Klondykers
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat: 10:30am - 5pm Sun: 11am - 5pm Bonhoga Gallery, Weisdale, ZE2 9LW ï‚• 01595 745750 www.shetlandarts.org
Barbara Ridland Kristín Reynisdóttir Malfridur Aðalsteindóttir
Behind The North Wind
Nordic Art and spirituality
2 September 15 October PUBLIC OPENING: Friday 1 September,
6 - 7.30pm Everyone welcome
Monday 24 - Friday 28 July Shetland Arts’ Creativity Camp will allow 7-11 year olds a chance to explore a range of skills in film, drama, dance, music, literature, visual art and crafts, while developing confidence, encouraging creativity and having lots of fun! Sessions run from 10am – 4pm starting Monday 24 July, running daily through to Friday 28 July. The block will culminate in a brand new performance for friends and family. Some sessions during the week will be active, so children should wear clothes that they can move comfortably in. There will be a supervised lunch hour, so please bring a packed lunch.
£100 / £80 4
> Action Films
Atomic Blonde (Cert: TBC)
Baby Driver (15)
A stylish action-thriller set in Berlin on the eve of the Wall's collapse and the shifting of superpower alliances.
Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead) directs rising star Ansel Elgort opposite Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx in this exhilarating, stylish and hugely entertaining action movie.
Charlize Theron stars as a top-level MI6 agent, dispatched to Berlin to take down a ruthless espionage ring. She is ordered to cooperate with Berlin station chief David Percival (James McAvoy), and the two form an uneasy alliance, unleashing their full arsenal of skills in pursuing a threat that jeopardises the West's entire intelligence operation.
A talented young getaway driver relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss, he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.
The Dark Tower (Cert: TBC)
The ambitious and expansive story from Stephen King, brilliantly adapted for the big screen.
Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan (Interstellar, The Dark Knight, Memento) directs this stunningly cinematic World War II drama about the evacuation of Allied troops from the French city of Dunkirk.
11-year-old Jake Chambers follows clues about another dimension and is spirited away to Mid-World, where he encounters a Gunslinger (Idris Elba) who is on a quest to reach and protect the â€˜Dark Towerâ€™. The tower holds both their worlds together, and is under threat from the ruthless Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey).
Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea, hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in. Dunkirk features a prestigious cast, including Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh and Cillian Murphy.
> Events Mareel Film Quiz
North Sea Fishing
TUESDAY 25 JULY, 7pm Mareel £10 (team)
8 JULY - 27 AUGUST Bonhoga Gallery
Mareel’s Monthly Film Quiz is for both film buffs and novices alike! Movie themed prizes are awarded to the teams with the highest and lowest scores, but really it’s all about the glory. Max team size: 6 people.
Black & white photographs from the 1990s capturing the reality of the life at sea for the fishermen of Scotland’s fishing communities.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra Mixology @ Mareel THURSDAY 20 - SATURDAY 22 JULY
FRIDAYS 28 JULY, 4 & 25 AUGUST 7pm
Touring to three venues across Shetland, the widelyacclaimed Scottish Chamber Orchestra Strings bring a highly virtuosic and entertaining programme of music.
Enjoy chilled out tunes and a laid-back vibe in Mareel’s Café Bar with Mixology, fortnightly on Friday nights. Try one of our selection of delicious cocktails and get your weekend started with some funk, soul and house from our DJs John Collins and DJ Lyall.
Open Mic at Mareel
FRIDAY 21 JULY, 8pm
SUNDAYS 30 JULY, 13 & 27 AUGUST 4-6pm
Join us in our celebration of dance! Shetland-born contemporary dancer Kathryn Spence returns, ably supported by Shetland's talented local dance groups.
Anyone and everyone is invited to share a song or a tune, a new piece of prose, poetry or stand-up, or whatever you want – the stage is yours! Pop down on a Sunday afternoon for a relaxed vibe and a chance to enjoy some emerging talent.
Phill Jupitus: Juplicity
Fiddle Frenzy 2017
SATURDAY 22 JULY, 8pm Watch as this experienced funny-man creates laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it.
Shetland Arts’ Annual week-long celebration of the Shetland Fiddle Tradition, For one week each year, Fiddle Frenzy opens Shetland’s doors for everyone to learn fiddle in the islands themselves. This is a unique, immersive experience which encompasses not only music, but all of Shetland’s rich culture.
MONDAY 24 - FRIDAY 28 JULY
25 AUGUST - 3 SEPTEMBER
Creativity Camp will allow 7-11 year olds a chance to explore a range of skills in film, drama, dance, music, literature, visual art and crafts, while developing confidence, encouraging creativity and having lots of fun!
Shetland’s annual film festival is curated by celebrated film historian Linda Ruth Williams and film critic Mark Kermode, alongside our own Kathy Hubbard. It features a feast of film screenings, lectures and panel discussions involving national and international film industry professionals and film academics.
Various venues around Shetland £16 (£14, £6, £3 & Free)
Mareel £8 / £6
30 JULY - 6 AUGUST
Mareel £100 / £80
2017/2018 Classical Season
Neil Georgeson & Abby Hayward “In Our Homeland” Thursday 7 September Two musicians originally from Shetland, cellist Abby Hayward and pianist Neil Georgeson, bring a varied and timely programme exploring national and regional identity. The programme draws on the 19th Century Nationalism movement in music, presenting pieces including "In My Homeland" and "National Song" by Edvard Grieg, and pieces by Peter Sculthorpe, who appropriated indigenous Australian melodies, as well as some new arrangements of traditional Shetland music. Also featuring an intriguing John Cage piece composed for the 200th anniversary of American Independence, and a beautiful work written by Olivier Messiaen in a WWII concentration camp, as well as the complete works of Anton Webern for cello and piano and the spirituality of “Fratres” by Estonian composer Arvo Part, both of whom had their music banned by their respective governments. Sonata in E minor for cello and piano by Johannes Brahms completes the programme. This concert is the first in our 2017/2018 CLASSICAL SEASON, which will also include a solo performance by Neil Georgeson, and performances buy Scottish Opera, the Edinburgh String Quartet, and brass ensemble The Wallace Collection.
Mareel £16 / £5
FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER, 7.30pm Mareel £22 / £20
SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER, 7.30pm Walls Hall £22 / £20
What more can you say about these two stellar musicians, now embarking on their 31st year of working together. Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham have established themselves as the epitome of excellence in the world of traditional music and have been described by Mike Russell as "probably the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear” With their musical magic and quick-witted humour they will pull your emotional strings one moment and have you falling off the seat with laughter the next. Support by great local band Vair who have made their name in Shetland and further afield with music for every occasion influenced by Scottish and Irish folk, American Bluegrass and other genres from around the world.
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Wellbeing Choir Tuesday, 7 - 8.30pm Lerwick Methodist Church & Mareel £2 per session - includes light refreshments! 16+
No experience required, no audition process and no need to read music, come along & enjoy a fun evening of music with a chat and cup of tea afterwards. Improve your physical and mental health through music and song! 8
> Family Friendly Films
The Emoji Movie (Cert: TBC) A hilarious family animation that unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone. Hidden within your messaging app is Textopolis, a bustling city filled with emojis, each of whom has a single facial expression – except for one. Gene is an exuberant character, born without a filter and bursting with multiple expressions. All he wants is to be like everyone else, so, with the help of his two best friends, he goes in search of the code that will fix him.
Fireman Sam: Alien Alert! (U)
Captain Underpants (U) A deliciously silly animated adventure based on the bestselling book series.
Everyone’s favourite fireman stars in a big-screen adventure! When alien hunter Buck Douglas arrives in Pontypandy, the town gets a little over-excited at the prospect of featuring on his ‘Alien Quest’ TV show. With UFO sightings on the increase, Fireman Sam sets off to find out what’s behind all this sudden alien activity. And when one of Buck Douglas’ stunts causes a forest fire, Sam becomes even more determined to get to the bottom of the mysterious events.
This raucously subversive comedy tells the story of two overly imaginative pranksters named George and Harold, who hypnotise their principal into thinking he's an enthusiastic but incredibly dimwitted superhero named Captain Underpants. That proves to be a good thing when it’s revealed that the new science teacher, Professor Poopypants, has an evil plan to stop children from laughing...
Roddy Woomble Band SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER, 7.30pm Mareel £18 / £12 Having established himself as a leading voice in the thriving British contemporary indie folk music scene, with his anticipated new album, 2017 will see Roddy take a darker more lo-fi direction held together by Woomble’s trademark poetic lyrics, "evocative vocals and consummate gift for a tune.”
SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER, 8pm Mareel £13 For Lucy Spraggan, 2017 has already been a year to remember. The singersongwriter has already netted her fourth top 40 album and followed that success with a huge tour across the UK and Europe, including some of the UK’s leading festivals. After her sell-out show last year she returns to Shetland with her signature cross-border sound she calls AFLOP, the melodic middle ground where pop and acoustic folk meet. 14+, under 18’s to be accompanied by a responsible adult
25 August - 3 September 2017
SCREEN Highlights include:
Shetlands annual film festival, curated by celebrated film historian Linda Ruth Williams & film critic Mark Kermode, alongside out own Kathy Hubbard.
Look North – our regular celebration of Scandinavian and North Atlantic Film Our new Furs & Feathers documentary strand – Dogs, Cats, Donkeys and Eagles – Oh My!
This year’s festival features a fest of film screenings, lectures and panel discussion featuring national and international film industry professionals and academics, plus our usual local flavour with a great roundup of local filmmaking talent from all ages and backgrounds. The programme includes over 20 feature length films, plus loads of short films lectures, workshops and, of course, the Screenplay Film Quiz.
Plus – Arnie is returns, in 3D! 30 years on from Judgement Day revisit Terminator 2 on the big screen Tuesday 29 August. So get ready to immerse yourself in 9 days of extraordinary cinema. - we’ll be back.
SCREENCARD Unlimited Access to festival events for £100 plus early bird booking & entry to the Screenplay Reception on sale Friday 28 July
> Events Wellbeing Choir
TUESDAY EVENINGS FROM 5 SEPTEMBER
21 OCTOBER - 12 NOVEMBER
No need to read music, come along & enjoy a fun evening of song with a chat and cup of tea afterwards. Improve your physical and mental health through music and song!
Contemporary art and craft.
BARBARA RIDLAND, MALFRIDUR AÐALSTEINDÓTTIR, KRISTÍN REYNISDÓTTIR
Mareel & Lerwick Methodist Church £2
Public Opening on Friday 20 October at 6pm.
Behind The North Wind
SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER, 8pm
2 SEPTEMBER - 15 OCTOBER
After her sell-out gig last year Lucy Spraggan returns to Shetland after netting her fourth top 40 album and following that success with a huge tour across the UK and Europe!
Nordic Art and spirituality. Public Opening on Friday 1 September at 6pm.
Neil Georgeson & Abby Hayward: In Our Homeland
Newton Faulkner TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER, 8pm Mareel £22.50
THURSDAY 7 SEPTEMBER Mareel £16
Hugely talented singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner is coming to Mareel as part of his autumn tour of the UK and Europe! Newton shot to fame in 2007 when his first album, Hand Built By Robots topped the charts.
As part of Shetland Arts' 2017 / 2018 Classical Season. Two musicians originally from Shetland bring a varied and timely programme exploring national and regional identity.
Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham
Without A Hitch
FRI 15 SEP, 7.30pm
THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER, 7:30pm
Mareel £22 / £20
SAT 16 SEP, 7.30pm
Walls Hall £22 / £20
The Garrison Theatre £10 / £5
Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham have established themselves as the epitome of excellence in the world of traditional music and have been described by Mike Russell as "probably the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear”
Hip hop ya don’t stop…but all good things must come to an end. Given a hitchcockian twist to create a world that is slightly off kilter, expect plenty of dark comedy, powerful breakdancing and slick production from Room 2 Manoeuvre’s new hip hop dance theatre production.
Roddy Woomble Band
Scouting for Girls
SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER, 7:30pm
THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER, 8pm
Having toured the world as frontman of Scottish indie giants, Idlewild, acclaimed songwriter Roddy Woomble recently toured UK in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of this debut solo album, My Secret Is My Silence.
Scouting for Girls are coming to Shetland as part of their tenth anniversary tour, celebrating the release of their 2007 self-titled debut album, which hit No.1 in the UK. The band, known for tracks like She's So Lovely and This Ain't a Love Song, will perform the record in full on the tour.
Mareel £18 / £12
> Met Opera
CARMEN SUNDAY 13 AUGUST, 1:30pm Sir Richard Eyre’s gritty production of Bizet’s steamy melodrama, filmed live at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Brilliant mezzosoprano Elina Garanca stars as the ill-fated gypsy temptress, with tenor Roberto Alagna playing her desperate lover, the soldier Don José, and Teddy Tahu Rhodes the swaggering bullfighter, Escamillo, who comes between them. Yannick Nézet Séguin conducts the timeless score, which features one beloved melody after another.
Tickets £10 / £8
> Johann Strauss Orchestra
2017 MAASTRICHT CONCERT SUNDAY 30 JULY, 2pm For a truly unforgettable cinematic experience, join André and his Johann Strauss Orchestra in their home town of Maastricht. Known to millions as ‘The King of Waltz’, André Rieu is one of the world’s most popular music artists. Set against the stunning medieval backdrop of the town, the spectacular Maastricht concert features the maestro in his element, along with his 60-piece orchestra, sopranos, tenors and very special guests. André delivers an unforgettable musical experience full of humour, fun and emotion for all ages.
Tickets £12 / £10 13
Concerts 30 JULY – 6 AUGUST 2017
Sunday 30 July
Monday 31 July
OPENING CONCERT - HALTADANS
Welcome to Shetland Fiddle Frenzy 2017! Settle into a week of varied and entertaining music with leading local fiddlers. Featuring Haltadans, Kirsten Hendry & Andy Kain, Ceilidh Puckles and the High Level Orchestra.
A very popular summer series of Monday evening events run by Islesburgh Community Centre. Shetland Showcase celebrates Shetland tradition music and includes displays of local arts and crafts.
7.30pm £18/£16 Islesburgh
Tuesday 1 August
Wednesday 2 August
CONCERT - ROSS COUPER & TOM OAKES
Concert - Rant
A lively evening in Ollaberry Hall featuring the renowned fiddle and guitar duo Ross Couper and Tom Oakes, Northmavine Fiddle and Accordion Club and a performance of the traditional Papa Stour Sword Dance! This will be followed by a session in the hall.
Join RANT, Kansa and Shetland’s Heritage Fiddlers for an evening of vibrant sound.Sessions follow at Mareel and The Lounge from 10pm.
7.30pm £14/£12 Mareel7.30pm £18/£16 14
An all-inclusive package giving access to all workshops, tours and concerts across the week.
A package giving access to all workshops and tours. Concert tickets aren't included, but can be bought separately.
£425 / £325
£350 / £275
SHETLAND FIDDLE / GUITAR / CREATIVE FRINGE
SHETLAND FIDDLE / GUITAR / CREATIVE FRINGE
Thursday 3 August
Friday 4 August
CONCERT - Salt House
CONCERT - Rack ‘n’ Ruin
Another great line-up with Barry Nisbet & Friends, Young Fiddlers of the Year and Andrew Gifford & Grant Nicol. The rich sound of Salt House follows ahead of a session in Mareel from 10pm.
A lively evening in Bressay Hall with Bernadette Porter, Jim Leask & Friends, Martha & Ewen Thomson and Rack ‘n’ Ruin. Old and new dances follow from Danse McCabre Ceilihd Band.
7.30pm £20/£18 Bressay Hall
Saturday 5 August
Sunday 6 August
Concert - Jenna Reid & Kevin MacKenzie ‘Clewing Up’ Concert Enjoy a rousing performance by Hjaltibonhoga, Shetland Fiddlers of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Delight in intimate musical conversation between Peter Gear & Ewen Thomson, then Jenna Reid & Kevin MacKenzie. Finish the frenzy with a Mareel session from 10pm.
Fiddle Frenzy’s last hurrah! An afternoon of Shetland Reels, informal concert tunes by Maurice Henderson & Friends, and a farewell session from 1pm to 2pm. Everyone is warmly welcomed at this free event in Mareel’s Café Bar.
Mareel7.30pm £18/£16 Mareel12pm 15
TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER, 8pm Mareel £22.50
Hugely talented singer-songwriter Newton Faulkner is coming to Mareel as part of his autumn tour of the UK and Europe! Newton shot to fame in 2007 when his first album, Hand Built By Robots topped the charts, since then Newton has toured the world and released four more hugely successful albums. His latest Human Love is a colourful statement of intent, an alluring maelstrom of rhythm and harmony. Embracing racing drums, African percussion, chanted choruses, ambient interludes and the most imposing hooks of his career to date. Please note: over 14s only and under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Shetlandarts presents | Room 2 Manoeuvre
WITHOUT A H ITC H
THURSDAY 26 OCTOBER, 7:30pm THE GARRISON THEATRE Hip hop ya don’t stop…but all good things must come to an end. Without a Hitch follows the downward spiral of a 4 man b-boy crew as ambition, jealousy and frustration manifest in a group struggling to move in the same direction. Given a hitchcockian twist to create a world that is slightly off kilter, expect plenty of dark comedy, powerful breakdancing and slick production from Room 2 Manoeuvre’s new hip hop dance theatre. “Who knew that hip hop and urban street dance had such a sensitive side and could wow us with bravura power moves” - Herald Scotland “Funny, dynamic, clever yet accessible, this work in progress is due a full airing in 2017, and hurrah for that” Kelly Apter – Scotsman
£10 / £5
All Eyez On Me (15)
The Beguiled (15)
This compelling biopic tells the true and untold story of prolific rapper, actor, poet and activist Tupac Shakur. The film follows Shakur from his early days in New York City as he becomes one of the world's most recognised and influential voices, before his untimely death at the age of 25. Against all odds, Shakur's raw talent, powerful lyrics and revolutionary mind-set propelled him into becoming a cultural icon whose legacy continues to grow.
A sensual and atmospheric drama from acclaimed writer/director Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation). During the American Civil War, the sheltered young women at a Southern girls’ boarding school take in an injured enemy soldier. As they provide refuge and tend to his wounds, the house is taken over by sexual tension and dangerous rivalries, and taboos are broken in an unexpected turn of events.
> Screen Pride
> Screen Classics
Victim (1961) (PG)
The Night of the Hunter (12A)
A fascinating slice of social history which helped change public opinion, and eventually the law, regarding the criminalisation of homosexuality.
To mark 100 years since the birth of Robert Mitchum, we bring you his most iconic performance, as a charismatic, ruthless conman with LOVE and HATE tattooed on his knuckles.
Early ’60s London, and gay men across the city are being blackmailed, threatening exposure at a time when consensual homosexual acts could still result in imprisonment. Basil Dearden’s classic thriller stars Dirk Bogarde in his most daring role, as a closeted, married lawyer fighting back against the blackmailers who dare to target him.
While in prison, bogus preacher Harry Powell learns his cellmate has hidden $10,000 somewhere around his house. After being released, Powell seeks out the man's family. A dark and dreamily atmospheric fairy tale of two innocents on the run from a terrifying bogeyman.
> Events WordPlay 2017
An Evening with LAU
SATURDAY 9 DECEMBER, 7:30pm Mareel £22 / £16
Curated by Karen Cunningham
As you might expect for a band as renowned for its brilliant stage performances as recordings, Lau will be taking this retrospective material to concerts and festival stages throughout the summer of 2017 and then touring it in the UK during the November and December 2017.
Shetland Arts’ annual book festival Welcomes writers of local, national and international renown, Wordplay features a mix of readings, writing workshops, children’s events, and book signings. Wordplay offers a unique opportunity for readers and writers to meet with their favourite authors, hear them read their work.
My Mountain Life
FRIDAY 17 NOVEMBER, 7.30pm
FRIDAY 15 DECEMBER, 8:30pm
One of the most accomplished exploratory mountaineers of all time. Simon Yates is best known for his role in the harrowing expedition to the Andes documented in Joe Simpson's Touching The Void.
Performing hits from every decade of Queen’s musical legacy - Queen II truly are the champions of tributes! Queen II provide a breath taking show at any venue! The band have been touring Britain and Europe captivating audiences with their nostalgic tribute show!
Mareel £12 / £10
Mareel £20 / £18
2 - 5 November 2017 Shetland Arts’ annual literary festival returns for 2017! curated by Karen Cunningham 18
> Comedy Films
Whisky Galore (PG)
The Big Sick (15)
The inhabitants of a Scottish island conspire to plunder 50,000 cases of whisky from a nearby stranded ship. A warm and witty remake of the beloved 1949 film, which was based on the novel by Compton Mackenzie, and which itself was based on the real events of 1941, when the S.S. Politician was shipwrecked in the Outer Hebrides. Gregor Fisher and Eddie Izzard star, and our very own Chris Stout plays on the soundtrack!
A cross-cultural romcom that’s funny, heartfelt and intelligent. When aspiring comedian Kumail connects with grad student Emily after one of his standup sets, what they thought would be just a one-night stand blossoms into the real thing, dashing the hopes of Kumail’s traditional Muslim parents. Then Emily is beset with a mystery illness, forcing Kumail to navigate the medical crisis with her parents, who he's never met, while dealing with the emotional tug-of-war between his family and his heart.
The House (15)
The Blues Brothers (15)
Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler star in this riotous comedy.
Screen Classics: Bringing classic films back to the big screen where they belong.
After Scott and Kate Johansen lose their daughter Alex’s college fund, they become desperate to recoup their losses so she can pursue her dream of attending university. With the help of their neighbour Frank they decide to start an illegal casino in the basement of their house, but, as the money rolls in, Scott and Kate discover they have bitten off more than they can chew.
It's 106 miles to Chicago, they’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark... and they're wearing sunglasses. Jake and Elwood are dispatched on a “mission from God" by their former teacher, Sister Mary Stigmata – they need to raise $5000 to save the orphanage. This epic musical comedy is a must-see on the big screen!
> Simon Yates Talk
My Mountain Life Presented by Touching the Void's
Simon Yates Friday 17 November, 7.30pm Mareel | £12 / £10
One of the most accomplished exploratory mountaineers of all time. Simon Yates is best known for his role in the harrowing expedition to the Andes documented in Joe Simpson's Touching The Void. Following that experience, Simon Yates has been increasingly drawn to places where few others have trod and this illustrated lecture features spectacular images of the most remote and rarely explored mountain ranges of the world.
SCOUTING FOR GIRLS
TENTH ANNIVERSARY TOUR Thursday 26 October, 8pm Mareel £22.50 Scouting for Girls are coming to Shetland as part of their tenth anniversary tour, celebrating the release of their 2007 self-titled debut album, which hit No.1 in the UK. The band, known for tracks like She's So Lovely and This Ain't a Love Song, will perform the record in full on the tour. Scouting for Girls have made three albums since their debut, including Everybody Wants to Be on TV (2010) and Still Thinking About You (2015). Frontman Roy Stride has recently written songs for groups such as One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer and McBusted. Please note: over 14s only and under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
David Lynch: The Art Life (15) The Midwife (12A) An insightful and contemplative documentary about David Lynchâ€™s life as a visual artist, narrated by the idiosyncratic filmmaker.
A sparkling French character study driven by two wonderful performances from Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot.
Lynch recounts the influence his youth had on him as an artist and his subsequent move into filmmaking. Combining home movies, stock footage, moody artworks and observations of him working on his paintings and sculptures, David Lynch: The Art Life is an immersive and compelling experience, with a deliciously strange and beautiful soundtrack.
The life of an ordered and sensible midwife becomes unexpectedly complicated when her fatherâ€™s flighty former lover arrives back in Paris, having been given just a year to live. Funny, astute and gently melodramatic, this delightful film follows the two women as they learn to accept one another and, by revealing long-held secrets, try to make up for lost years.
Lady Macbeth (15)
Land of Mine (15)
A dark and compelling drama, featuring a star-making central performance from Florence Pugh.
A tense and emotional drama set in Denmark In the aftermath of World War II. When Denmark was liberated at the end of the Second World War, over a million unexploded landmines remained buried on its beaches, and the Danish and UK governments took the questionable decision to task German prisoners of war with their removal. Land of Mine explores moral responsibility in the aftermath of war through the story of a group of these young men, working under the supervision of an embittered Danish sergeant.
Rural England, 1865. Katherine is stifled by her loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, and his cold, unforgiving family. When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker on her husbandâ€™s estate, a force is unleashed inside her so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants.
SAT 9 DEC, 7.30pm Mareel £22 / £16
As you might expect for a band as renowned for its brilliant stage performances as recordings, Lau will be taking this retrospective material to concerts and festival stages throughout the summer of 2017 and then touring it in the UK during the November and December 2017. They will perform two sets spanning their first decade together.
“The U.K’s best live band, Lau are remarkable — the most musically adventurous trio in British folk: exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best” - THE GUARDIAN
QUEEN II Friday 15 December, 8.30pm Mareel £20 / £18
Queen II provide a breath taking show at any venue! The band have been touring Britain and Europe captivating audiences with their nostalgic tribute show! The band faithfully recreates the energy, excitement, and emotion of a classic Queen concert! An authentic lookalike/ soundalike tribute, the four-piece band delivers powerful vocals, driving rock anthems and flamboyant showmanship. Performing hits from every decade of Queen's musical legacy - Queen II truly are the Champions Of Tributes!
> Cinema Ticket Prices Matinees before 5pm Monday to Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £5.50 / £4.50 Saturday, Sunday, Holidays* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £7 / £5
Evenings from 5pm onwards Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £7 / £5 Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday . . . . . . . £8 / £6 Friday, Saturday, Holidays* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . £9 / £7
Special Screenings: Senior Screening (includes refreshment) . . . . . £6 Bring Your Own Baby! (BYOBaby)
An opportunity for parents and carers with babies to enjoy a visit to the cinema without needing to find a babysitter. Sound levels are lower than usual and the lights slightly brighter. Customers without babies may also attend these screenings, but should be prepared for some noise!
Our prices vary depending on the day and time of the performance, and the type of screening. When booking you will be asked to choose between two different ticket types: adult or concession. Concessions include children under the age of 16 years old (those aged 16 and above must buy adult tickets), students (must produce valid ID), seniors (aged 60+), and people with disabilities.
Screenings where sound levels are lower than usual and the lights slightly brighter, for customers with additional support needs, autism spectrum disorder and dementia, as well as anyone else who would prefer to watch films in a more informal environment. Please note, all are welcome at these screenings but customers should be aware there may be some noise or disruption during the film.
Mareel Opening Hours: Sun - Thu: 9am - 11pm Fri - Sat: * •
9am - 1am
Holidays include Bank Holidays, Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, & New Year’s Eve. 3D screenings cost an extra £1 on top of ticket prices. Glasses cost an additional £1 and are reusable.
Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded once purchased. Customers are responsible for checking that they have booked the correct tickets at time of purchase as mistakes cannot be rectified at a later date. Only in the event of a screening being cancelled will your ticket be refunded.
Mareel 01595 745500 www.shetlandarts.org
Shetland Arts Development Agency manages Bonhoga Gallery, The Garrison Theatre & Mareel. We also develop and promote a year round programme of film, music, theatre, literature, visual arts, & dance events. We do this because we want to see Shetland celebrated as a place where inspiration & innovation are valued; where people want to live, work & study; and we want the full social & economic potential of the islands to be achieved.
Shetland Arts is supported by Creative Scotland and core funded by the Shetland Charitable Trust. Shetland Arts is a registered charity (SCO37082).
> Shetland Arts: Whats On
28 JULY - 3 AUGUST
18 - 2 4 AUGUST
> Fiddle Frenzy 2017
> North Sea Fishing
> North Sea Fishing
> Mixology at Mareel
> The Dark Tower
> Open Mic at Mareel
> Atomic Blonde
> North Sea Fishing
> Whisky Galore
> Fireman Sam: Alien Alert! The Movie
> Land of Mine
> Captain Underpants
> The Night of the Hunter
> The House > The Blues Brothers > Andre Rieu: Maastricht Concert > David Lynch: The Art Life 4 - 10 AUGUST
25 - 3 1 AUGUST > SCREEN
> North Sea Fishing > Mixology at Mareel > Open Mic at Mareel
> Fiddle Frenzy 2017
> North Sea Fishing
> Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D
> Mixology at Mareel FILM: > The Big Sick > The Emoji Movie > Lady Macbeth > Victim (1961) 11 - 17 AUGUST > Open Mic at Mareel > North Sea Fishing FILM: > The Beguiled > All Eyez On Me > Baby Driver > Met Opera: Carmen > The Midwife
CUSTOMER NOTICE Both cinema screens at Mareel will be closed on Wednesday 16 & Thursday 17 August, to allow for essential maintenance. The Mareel cafÃ© bar will also be closed on Wednesday 16 August. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
01595 745500 | WWW.SHETLANDARTS.ORG | MAREEL
A guide to what's on in Shetland Arts Venues in August & Beyond.