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a guide to what’s on during February & 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 > Vivian Ross-Smith: Island Connections 04 > Fiery Sessions 04 > Federation of the Disco Pimp 05 > Film 06 > Event Listings 07 > National Theatre: No Man's Land 07 > Valentine's Films 08 > Shetland Youth Theatre Meeting 08 > The Dolly Parton Story 09 > Film 09 > Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake 10 > Event Listings 11 > Amythyst Kiah 11 > Sarah Jarosz (trio show) 12 > Neil Georgeson Piano Recital: Pictures at an Exhibition: Island Life

13 > General Levy 13 > Screen Pride 14 > Event Listings 15 > Fisk 16 > Wellbeing Choir 16 > Stage 1 Drama 17 > Family Friendly Films 18 > Phill Jupitus: Juplicity 18 > Life Drawing 19 > Film 20 > Shetland Fiddle Frenzy 2017 20 > Café Bar Events 21 > Screen Wednesdays 22 > Classical Season 2017 23 > Cinema Ticket Prices 24 > What’s On at a Glance 2

> Art


The relationship between people and land

21 January - 5 March PUBLIC OPENING: Friday 20 January 6 - 7.30pm, everyone welcome LOWER GALLERY: UK print CRAFT CABINET: UK craft

INFORMAL GALLERY TALK BY THE ARTIST: Saturday 21 January, 12pm free, no booking required

Opening Hours:

Sat & Sun: 11am - 4pm

Wed - Fri: 11.00am - 3pm

Bonhoga Gallery, Weisdale, ZE2 9LW

ï‚• 01595 745750


> Up Helly Aa / Hop

A long running annual concert, showcasing Shetland musical talent on Lerwick’s Up Helly Aa day.


12pm & 3pm  £14 / £12 - The Garrison Theatre Featuring: FJANNA • KIRSTEN HENDRY, WITH DEREK HENDRY & MARK SMITH • HUMMELSKJU • GIRSIE & THE LOOSE ENDS



Federation of the Disco Pimp

Old-School Funk, Disco, Psychedelic & Jazz, this 7-piece Scots band are legendary for their endless energy and blistering live sets.

“God bless Federation of the Disco Pimp!” CRAIG CHARLES -

“The hottest Scottish funk since the Average White Band”

WEDNESDAY 1 FEBRUARY at 9pm support by Mixology DJs & Big Time Quell

Tickets £25 (early bird: £20 ends 31 Dec) Mareel • 01595 745500 •



> Film

T2: Trainspotting (Cert TBC)

Eat That Question: Frank Zappa In His Own Words (15)

First there was an opportunity… then there was a betrayal. Twenty years have gone by. Much has changed but just as much remains the same. Mark Renton returns to the only place he can ever call home, and they are waiting for him: Spud, Sick Boy, and Begbie. Other old friends are waiting too: sorrow, loss, joy, vengeance, hatred, friendship, love, longing, fear, regret, diamorphine, self-destruction, and mortal danger…

Frank Zappa – self-taught composer, musician, bandleader, producer and independent thinker – first transcribed his avant-garde compositions onto paper at fourteen. He began to write lyrics in his early twenties. And upon the 1966 release of his debut album, Freak Out! (with the Mothers of Invention), he swiftly became the most quotable voice of dissent in popular music. A subtle, skillful montage constructed solely from historic footage, Eat That Question is an energetic celebration of this outspoken maestro.

Sully (12A)

Hacksaw Ridge (12A)

Tom Hanks stars as a modern American hero in this riveting true life drama. On 15 January 2009, Captain Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger became a national hero when the world witnessed him pilot his disabled plane onto the waters of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard. However, even as Sully was being championed for his bravery and skill, an investigation was unfolding that threatened to destroy both his reputation and his career.

Mel Gibson’s first film as director since 2006, Hacksaw Ridge is a gripping and moving drama based on the story of Desmond Doss, who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, single-handedly evacuated casualties from behind enemy lines, saving 75 men without firing or carrying a gun. Doss was the first conscientious objector to earn the Congressional Medal of Honor.


> Events

The Dolly Parton Story

Wellbeing Choir

SAT 21 & SUN 22 JANUARY, 7.30pm & 2pm


This Country and Western tribute act is paying homage to Dolly Parton and all the fantastic music she has written and performed over the years.

No need to read music, come along & enjoy a fun evening of song with a chat and cup of tea afterwards.

Island Connections by Vivian Ross-Smith

Fiery Sessions

Mareel  £20

Mareel & Lerwick Methodist Church  £2

TUESDAY 31 JANUARY, 12pm & 3pm The Garrison Theatre

21 JANUARY - 5 MARCH Bonhoga Gallery

The relationship between people and land.

Join us and get your Up Helly Aa celebrations off to a fine start with some of Shetland’s best trad musicians!

Stage 1 Drama

Federation of the Disco Pimp

SATURDAY MORNINGS (21 Jan - 25 Feb) 10am - 12pm WEDNESDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 9pm Mareel  £60 / £48

Mareel  £25 (early bird offer of £20 ends 31 Dec)

Weekly Drama Workshops for 7-11 year olds. Advance booking recommended – limited places available!

Old-School Funk, Disco, Psychedelic & Jazz, this band are legendary for their endless energy and blistering live sets.

Sarah Jarosz (trio show)

No Man's Land



GRAMMY-nominated and highly gifted singer and multiinstrumentalist Sarah Jarosz, from Austin, Texas, will bring her trio show to Shetland

Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End in Harold Pinter’s No Man's Land, filmed live for cinemas.

Mareel  £22

Mareel  £12 / £10


> Event Cinema BY



SUNDAY 5 FEBRUARY - Mareel  £12/£10 Following their hit run on Broadway, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart return to the West End stage in Harold Pinter’s No Man's Land, filmed live for cinemas at Wyndham’s Theatre, London. One summer's evening, two ageing writers, Hirst and Spooner, meet in a Hampstead pub and continue their drinking into the night at Hirst's house nearby. As the pair become increasingly inebriated, and their stories increasingly unbelievable, the lively conversation soon turns into a revealing power game, further complicated by the appearance of two sinister younger men. Also starring Owen Teale and Damien Molony, don’t miss this glorious revival of Pinter’s comic classic.

The broadcast will be followed by an exclusive filmed Q&A with the cast and director Sean Mathias.

> Valentine's Films

Fifty Shades Darker (Cert TBC)

Romeo + Juliet (12A)

Daunted by his singular tastes and dark secrets, Anastasia has broken off her relationship with handsome, troubled entrepreneur Christian Grey to pursue a new career in a Seattle publishing house. But her desire for Christian still dominates her every waking thought, and when he proposes a new arrangement, Anastasia cannot resist. They rekindle their searing sexual affair, and Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her.

Director Baz Luhrmann transfers Verona, Italy to Verona Beach, Florida, in this iconoclastic, sexy rendering of the bard's classic tale of love and tragedy. Here the Montagues and Capulets act like modern gangs with vendettas and blood feuds, and the swords have become guns, but the language remains the same and the tragedy of the star-crossed lovers Juliet (Claire Danes) and Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio) is as poignant as ever.


> Shetland Youth Theatre

Me e tin g

TUESDAY 7 FEBRUARY, 6.30pm The Garrison Theatre  FREE (ages 11-25)

Meeting of the Shetland Youth Theatre to discuss our next project. Open to anyone aged 11-25, this is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the next production from our brilliant and innovative youth theatre group.

> Music


Andrea Pattison & the Partoners

Saturday 21 January, 7.30pm Sunday 22 January, 2pm

Mareel  £20 8

Special guest

Peter White

as Kenny Rogers

> Film

Split (15)

The Great Wall (12A)

Three schoolgirls are kidnapped and locked in a windowless room by a stalker named Kevin. The captor’s appointments with his psychiatrist reveal that he has dissociative identity disorder – what used to be called multiple personality disorder – and is hosting 23 distinct personalities, from a mischievous nine-year-old boy to a flamboyant fashion designer. But there's also a 24th personality, ominously referred to The Beast, battling to gain control...

When a mercenary warrior is imprisoned within the Great Wall of China, he discovers the mystery behind one of the greatest wonders of the world. As wave after wave of marauding creatures besiege the massive structure, his quest for fortune turns into a journey toward heroism, as he joins a huge army of elite warriors to confront the seemingly unstoppable force.

> Event Cinema

Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake (TBC) SUNDAY 19 FEBRUARY

Mareel  £12 / £10

Filmed live at the Bolshoi in Moscow, this sublimely beautiful ballet, with a score by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Yuri Grigorovich, features prima ballerina Svetlana Zakharova, in her acclaimed interpretation of the dual-swan role Odette/ Odile, alongside Denis Rodkin as a powerful and emotional Siegfried. By moonlight on the shore of a mysterious lake, Prince Siegfried meets the bewitched swan-woman Odette. Completely spellbound by her beauty, he swears his love to her. However, the Prince realises too late that Fate has another plan for him….


> Events

Shetland Youth Theatre

Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake



Meeting to discuss our next project. This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved in the next production from our brilliant and innovative youth theatre group.

Don’t miss this impeccable production – truly classical ballet at its finest.

The Garrison Theatre  FREE (ages 11-25)

Mareel  £12 / £10



ScreenPride: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Amythyst Kiah +support WEDNESDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 7:30pm Mareel  £15

Southern Gothic, alt-country, singer/songwriter based in Tennessee. She has been hailed as a ‘powerhouse vocalist.’



Neil Georgeson Piano Recital:

Pictures at an Exhibition: Island Life

TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm Mareel  £10 / £8

THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm Mareel  £16 / £5

Multi-award winning Tortoise in a Nutshell weave puppetry, movement and intricate design to create world class visual theatre.

Life Drawing

Toby Paterson



A series of untutored life drawing workshops with a nude model. The workshop is suitable for over 16's.

Public opening on Friday 10 March, 6 - 7.30pm - Everyone welcome.

Bonhoga Gallery

Mareel  £10


> Music


WEDNESDAY 8 FEBRUARY, 7:30pm Mareel  £16 Amythyst Kiah is a Southern Gothic, alt-country, singer / songwriter based out of Johnson City, Tennessee - where she has been hailed as a ‘powerhouse vocalist.’ Not only are her influences eclectic but they span the decades, drawing heavily on ‘old-time’ music and blues, but equally country music from the 50’s to the 70’s as well. Kiah has opened for the likes of Tim O’ Brien in the States and is now making significant impact across the USA at major venues, events and festivals such as the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, plus likewise in the UK via events such as the Cambridge Folk Festival, Southern Fried Festival and the SummerTyne Americana Festival. She first appeared in Shetland two years ago, making a huge impression on her audience at that time. Expect her to do likewise on this occasion too!! “Amythyst Kiah is going to be famous…she will remind you what it is to love live music.” – ‘No Depression.’

> Music Sarah Jarosz (trio show) SUNDAY 29 JANUARY, 7:30pm Mareel  £22

GRAMMY-nominated and highly gifted singer and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz, from Austin, Texas, will bring her trio show to Shetland early in 2017. Signed to a record deal aged just 16, she has built up a major reputation in the contemporary folk, Americana and roots scene. In addition to playing mandolin, octave mandolin, guitar and banjo, Jarosz is an expressive and distinctive vocalist and a hugely accomplished songwriter. She is a regular on A Prairie Home Companion TV show, where she is part of the new house band alongside host Chris Thile and other members of the Punch Brothers. This year she has shared a stage with the likes of Paul Simon and Jack White. Jarosz boasts multiple Grammy nominations including two for her last album Build Me Up From Bones, while her current release Undercurrent is her first since graduating with honours from the New England Conservatory of Music. It features cameos and co-writes with collaborators including Crooked Still’s Aoife O’Donovan and Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins, with whom she has toured under the name ‘I’m With Her’.


> Music


Pictures at an Exhibition: Island Life

THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY 7:30pm Shetland-born London-based pianist Neil Georgeson returns for his final concert of three this season, with an audacious programme inspired by images and scenes of country life. This exciting event will combine classics of the traditional piano repertoire with forgotten rare finds and new works, and will use projected images in unexpected ways. Including: • Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition • UK Premier of Øyvind Torvund’s Abstraction in Folk Art • Collaboration with video artist Alicja Rogalska • PLUS visually inspired pastoral works by Liszt, Couperin, Crumb & Debussy. £16 / £5 Mareel - 01595 745500




Mareel  £20

General Levy is a multi-award winning Artist/MC from London who throws energy into music. Getting signed young by Tim Westwood, he’s since spent multiple weeks in the UK Official Charts Top 40 and Top 10! With his distinctive vocals, that are renowned in multiple music scenes, General Levy has even been voted Best Singer at The Black Music Awards! His career is taking him around the world to perform at festivals and events such as Red Bull Culture Clash, Boomtown, Bestival, Outlook, Glastonbury to name only a few and soon performing at Mareel!

> Screen Pride



A new strand in our cinema programme – monthly screenings of contemporary and classic films with themes or characters who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex or asexual. Everyone welcome!

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (15) THURSDAY 23 FEBRUARY Bernadette (Terence Stamp) is a middle-aged transsexual mourning the recent death of her lover. She embarks on a cabaret tour with two drag queen friends, Mitzi (Hugo Weaving) and Felicia (Guy Pearce), and together they set out for a professional engagement in Alice Springs in a gaudily painted bus they christen Priscilla… A modern classic – hilarious, touching and deliciously flamboyant.


> Events

Hebrides Ensemble

General Levy



The Ensemble is renowned for its fresh and intelligent approach to programming, which places contemporary music at the heart of a diverse range of repertoire.

Abandon North Presents the multi-award winning Artist/MC from London who throws energy into music.

Student Night

Phill Jupitus: Juplicity



Mareel  £16 / £5

Mareel  £20

Mareel  £16

Mareel  FREE

Watch as this experienced funny-man creates laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it.

Mr McFall’s Chamber

Fiddle Frenzy 2017



Mareel  £16 / £5

Shetland Arts’ Annual week-long celebration of the Shetland Fiddle Tradition,

A combination of rhythmic interest and yearning melody with a distinctively Nordic melancholy.

Dunedin Consort

ScreenPlay 2017

FRIDAY 19 MAY, 7.30pm


Establishing themselves as the leading Scottish Baroque ensemble, they’ve performed in Canada, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Israel and France.

Shetland’s annual film festival curated by Linda Ruth Williams & Mark Kermode

Mareel  £16 / £5


> Music


By Tortoise In A Nutshell In Co-Production With Teater Katapult In Association With Macrobert Arts Centre


TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY, 7.30pm Mareel  £10 / £8

Amidst a vast, cascading expanse of ocean, a tiny boat is tossed through rolling waves and thundering storms. Steadily rowing forward into nothingness is a fisherman. Sailing to nowhere, he looks out as the darkness looms and prepares himself to leap...

Multi-award winning Tortoise in a Nutshell weave puppetry, movement and intricate design to create world class visual theatre. Examining themes of depression, support and interconnection, Fisk will draw audiences into an atmospheric and immersive world, on a journey which will find joy in even the deepest and darkest of depths.

But before he can jump out, something else jumps in. Fisk is a story of a man and a fish, and the unexpected impact they have upon one another.

Suitable for all ages but recommended for those 12 and above.


> Music

Wellbeing Choir Tuesday Evenings, 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!

> Drama

Weekly Drama Workshops

for 7-11 year olds.

Saturday Mornings, 10am - 12pm (21 January - 25 February) MAREEL • T: 01595 745500 • Advance booking recommended – limited places available!


> Family Friendly Films

Sing (U)

Lego Batman Movie (U)

Set in a world like ours but entirely inhabited by animals, this delightful family animation revolves around dapper koala Buster Moon and his beloved, once-grand theatre, which has fallen on hard times. Buster’s last chance to restore his pride and joy is by holding the world’s greatest singing competition. One by one a whole host of animals arrive to take their shot at fame…

Batman is the toast of Gotham City, but each night he returns to the Batcave alone. His faithful manservant Alfred suggests that the crime-fighter's greatest fear is of being part of a family once more, and that the solution is to raise the orphan he adopted, training him to become his superhero sidekick. But the over-excited boy wonder proves quite a handful, and Batman’s greatest foe is about to rear his cackling head.

Toy Story 3D (PG) A special 3D screening of this family favourite.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12A)

Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honour as the favourite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. But Woody finds his status as top toy in jeopardy upon the arrival of Buzz Lightyear, simply the coolest space action figure ever made…

It is a period of civil war. The Galactic Empire rules the galaxy, and is putting the finishing touches to their ultimate super-weapon, the Death Star. The Rebellion plan to steal the plans, and recruit Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) to undertake the deadly mission alongside Rebel fighter Cassian Andor (Diego Luna).


> Comedy


JUPLICITY SATURDAY 22 JULY, 8pm Mareel  £16 Join stand-up comedian and TV stalwart Phill Jupitus for a show of tales, laughs and diversions. Watch as this experienced funny-man creates laughs out of the chaos of his own life and the uncertain world that surrounds it. Phill became a familiar face as team captain on BBC2's pop quiz Never Mind The Buzzcocks in 1996, which went on to run for 19 years. Aside from that and live stand up shows all over the UK, he also appears as a regular guest on QI (BBC2), and in 2012 returned to television stand-up comedy with an appearance on Live at the Apollo (BBC1), while over on BBC Radio 4 Phill is a regular panellist on the award winning show I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.

> Workshops

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, 7 - 9pm Mareel  £10 Shetland Arts’ popular Life Drawing sessions are back on 15 February! The set-up is very informal, with artists encouraged to bring their own materials and the poses led by the model. Sessions, costing £10 per week, take place in the Green Room at Mareel on Wednesday evenings between 7 and 9pm, from 15 February to 22 March (not 15 March). Book in person at Mareel, over the phone on 01595 745500 or online at This class is suitable for over 16s of all abilities. Please bring your own drawing materials & paper. Booking in advance is recommended.


> Film

Jackie (15)

Manchester by the Sea (15)

The assassination of John F Kennedy in 1963 was one of those moments that defined a generation. That this handsome, charismatic leader with a beautiful wife and two young children could have his life ended so brutally defied comprehension. With Jackie, Pablo LarraĂ­n makes a brave choice by retelling this story solely through the eyes of Jacqueline Kennedy, casting Natalie Portman in a lead performance that is deeply intelligent and carefully measured.

Rude, withdrawn and temperamental, Boston handyman Lee Chandler is clearly a troubled man. When he receives news of the sudden death of his beloved brother, Lee sets off for his Massachusetts home town of Manchester-by-the Sea. Here he learns that he has become guardian of his 16-year-old nephew, and is forced to confront his troubled past and the tragic events that forced him to leave.

Hidden Figures (PG)

20th Century Women (15)

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of three brilliant African-American women working at NASA in the early 1960s, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit. Their stunning achievement restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race, and crossed gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

During the summer of 1979, a Santa Barbara single mother and boarding house landlady decides the best way she can parent her teenage son is to enlist her young tenants – a quirky punk photographer, a mellow handyman and her son's shrewd best friend – to serve as role models in a changing world. Annette Bening leads a stellar cast in this beautifully observed charmer.


> Fiddle Frenzy 2017

> Café Bar Events

Sun - Thu: 10am - 11pm Fri - Sat: 10am - 1am


TUESDAYS 24 JAN & 21 FEB from 7pm

Every Friday night in Mareel Café Bar our staff mix up a selection of delicious cocktails and mocktails for you to sample. Come on down and enjoy while listening to some great chilled-out mixes from our house DJs John Collins & DJ Lyall.

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.


 £10 (team)



SUNDAYS 22 JAN & 26 FEB from 7pm


Shetland Singers & Songwriters group hold monthly nights in the Auditorium, featuring some of the best of Shetland’s Singing & Songwriting talent. As well as sets from established acts, there is also an Open Mic spot. To find out more visit the Shetland Singers Songwriters page on Facebook.

Shetland College students studying music at Mareel showcase their live performance skills at an informal event. There will be a wide range of styles on offer reflecting the diverse influences of the multitalented students.  FREE



> Screen Wendesdays

The Birth of a Nation (15) Set against the antebellum South, this powerful drama follows Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner accepts an offer to use Nat's preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities – against himself and his fellow slaves – Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hope of leading his people to freedom.

Toni Erdmann (15) At last year’s Cannes Film Festival, Toni Erdmann took everyone by surprise and became the unexpected hit of the festival, with sold out screenings and queues around the block. The story follows an ambitious young businesswoman and her relationship with her eccentric, practical joke loving father. Saying much more would be a spoiler: it’s full of surprises, very warm and touching and frequently hilarious.

Paterson (15) Every day is much the same for bus driver and secret poet Paterson. Once his shift has finished, he goes home and has dinner with his wife Laura, before taking their dog down to the local bar and enjoying one beer. Jim Jarmusch’s charming and quietly profound character study astutely observes the triumphs and defeats of daily life, along with the poetry evident in its smallest details.

Christine (15) Christine, always the smartest person in the room at her local Florida news station, feels like she is destined for bigger things, but is constantly butting heads with her boss, who pushes for juicier stories that will drive up ratings. As Christine’s mental state declines, and she is increasingly plagued by self-doubt and feelings of unrequited love for a colleague, events take a dark and shocking turn.

My Feral Heart (12A) Luke, an independent young man with Down’s syndrome, is grieving the loss of his elderly mother when he is forced to move into a care home. Initially despondent about his new situation, his spirits are raised when he finds a way to sneak out and explore the local countryside. And when he meets a girl in need of his help, his desire to connect and protect another person gives him a new lease of life.


> Music

Classical Season Pictures

Neil Georgeson Piano Recital:


each concert - ÂŁ16/ÂŁ5 Book for two of our 2017 Classical Season concerts get the third free!

at an Exhibition :Island Life

9 February

Hebrides Ensemble Mareel 01595 745500

11 March

Mr McFall's

Chamber 15 April

Dunedin Consort 19 May 22

> 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:

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.

Senior Screening (includes refreshment) . . . . . . . . . . . £6

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.

Mareel  01595 745500

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.

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



10 - 16 FEBRUARY

> Sarah Jarosz (trio show)

> Life Drawing Classes

> Fiery Sessions


> Federation of the Disco Pimp

> Fifty Shades Darker

> Stage 1 Drama

> Split

> Vivian Ross-Smith: Island Connections

> Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

> Wellbeing Choir

> Romeo + Juliet


> My Feral Heart

> Sing > T2: Trainspotting > Eat That Question > Toy Story 3D > Birth Of A Nation > Sully > The Darkest Universe 3 - 9 FEBRUARY

17 - 23 FEBRUARY > Mareel Film Quiz > Mixology at Mareel FILM: > The Great Wall > Jackie > Bolshoi: Swan Lake > Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

> Neil Georgeson Piano Recital: Pictures at an Exhibition: Island Life > Amythyst Kiah +support

> Toni Erdmann

> Shetland Youth Theatre Meeting

> Fisk

> Mixology at Mareel

> Shetland Singers Songwriters



> Hacksaw Ridge

> 20th Century Women

> The Lego Batman Movie

> Hidden Figures

> National Theatre: No Man's Land

> Manchester By The Sea

> Paterson




Booklet February 2017  

A guide to what's on in Shetland Arts Venues in February & Beyond.

Booklet February 2017  

A guide to what's on in Shetland Arts Venues in February & Beyond.