The Macphail Centre
The Venue on the North West Coast of Scotland for Conferences, Meetings, Learning
and the Performing Arts.
The Macphail Centre
Macphail Centre Facilities
We offer a range of meeting facilities to suit small groups through to conferences of up to 200 delegates.
We operate as a venue for your own learning requirements and can assist with a range of learning opportunities.
The Macphail Theatre provides a mid-scale performance venue capable of hosting major touring companies, music, dance performances and film shows
Now booking for our events in Ullapool.Box Office : 01854 613336
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The Macphail Centre, situated in Mill Street, Ullapool, is an excellent facility set in an environment enhanced by an innovative public arts project. We are part of Ullapool High School, the building on the right hand side of the A835 road as you drive through Ullapool heading north.
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SCOTTISH DANCE THEATRE
What On Earth!?
WEDNESDAY 22 MAY 2013
2pm at the
A SCHOOLS PERFORMANCE
Scottish Dance Theatre presents a new work
specifically designed for young people aged 5 � 11.
Combining dance theatre and animation What on Earth!?
takes you on a curious nocturnal journey
surprise encounters with strange flora and fauna.
This dynamic and playful adventure, with generous helpings
of music, dance and animated worlds,
creates a brilliant
experience for everyone.
CLICK HERE FOR A TASTER OF THE SHOW
MONDAY 27 MAY 2013
Tickets: �8/�6 concs/�2 school (11 yrs
from the Isle of Skye are delighted to be bringing
their annual Gilbert & Sullivan production to Ullapool for the first
THURSDAY 18TH JULY 2013
Pirates of Penzance is probably
one of the best known G&S shows and this year''s production stars
Lorayne Mclucas as Mable and Tom Colwell as the Pirate King.
Macphail Centre, Ullapool, West Highlands
3-10 August 2013
play...... learn...... relax...... be
THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 2013
programme to be announced
PREVIOUS SHOWS IN 2013
SATURDAY 27 APRIL 2013
7.30pm at the
Tickets: �5/�3 concs. 01854 613336
or at the door
Adapted from the book by Janet and
"Each Peach Pear Plum" is a game of 'I
spy' for little ones and their families.
Thumb's in the cupboard, Mother Hubbard's on the stairs,
Where are the Three Bears?"
The setting is a
delightful green meadow with a river running through it.
With songs and music the production brings to life a variety
of nursery rhyme characters played by a wide range of
puppets, all on their way to Mother Hubbard's for some Plum
"an enchantingly detailed show, that draws many
excitable oohs and aahs", The Scotsman
18 APRIL 2013
at 4pm at the Macphail Theatre
THE IDEAL SHOW FOR 3 - 7 YEAR OLDS & THEIR FAMILIES
Thursday 11 April 2013 @ 7.30pm at
the Macphail Theatre Ullapool
featuring guitarist Eric Cloughley
at the Macphail
Thursday 21 March 2013
DO YOU NOMI?
THURSDAY 7TH MARCH 2013
Alan Greig Dance Theatre/Grant Smeaton
DO YOU NOMI? is a
dynamic new production by award-winning director, Grant Smeaton
and seminal Scottish choreographer, Alan
Artistic Director, Dance House
Whatever Gets You Through the Night -
Directed by Daniel Warren
TAKE ONE ACTION
Friday 22 February 2013
CLICK HERE FOR TRAILER
Dazzling, surreal and hilariously
intimate from the start,
Cape Spin follows the
tragicomic battle over America�s most scandal-driven renewable
energy project, Cape Wind.
Set to become the US�s first offshore
windfarm, strange alliances have formed
for and against the
project in NIMBY central, Martha�s Vineyard, New York.
Kennedys, journalists, grassroots and sponsored campaigners
battle with the developer and green groups over the future of
THIS WENT DOWN A STORM WITH OUR AUDIENCE!
MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE
edited by Alan Rickman and Katharine
CLICK HERE FOR GREAT REVIEW FROM THE HERALD
ANOTHER GREAT REVIEW FROM THE GUARDIAN
AND THE SCOTSMAN REVIEW TOO
On March 16, 2003, Rachel Corrie, a 23-year-old American, was killed
by an Israeli military bulldozer in the Gaza Strip
as she was
trying to prevent the demolition of Palestinian homes.
Name Is Rachel Corrie is a one-woman play composed from
Rachel's own journals, letters and emails
- creating a
portrait of a messy, skinny, articulate, Salvador Dali-loving chain
who left her home in Olympia, Washington, �to support
non-violent resistance to Israel�s military occupation.�
Rachel�s writings were edited by British actor Alan Rickman and
Guardian editor Katharine Viner.
This multi-award winning show
is a powerfully honest insight into one of the most complicated
political conflicts that continues to resonate
across the world.
�Tremendous� The Herald****
�Poignant� The List****
�A theatrical tour de
force based on reality, resulting in a production that feels far
than any of the news broadcasts covering the
events around the story� Onstage Scotland
for age 14+)