We Are One – Global Film Festival

Friday 29 May @ 12:00 am - Sunday 7 June @ 11:30 pm
Friday 29 May until Sunday 7 June 2020 Discover and watch films during this first ever 10-day global film festival co-curated by over 20 film festivals from across the world.

The Snail & The Whale

Monday 15 June - Sunday 21 June
Available now    Synopsis: THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE is the much-loved classic that shows us a restless young snail who has ambitions to travel the world. The other snails

Red Dog

Monday 15 June - Sunday 21 June
Available now   Synopsis: Red Dog is the story of a legendary, lovable red dog who roamed the outback looking for his original master, finding his way into the hearts of

Morrison’s Van

Monday 15 June - Sunday 21 June
Recommended age: PG A new Scottish produced radio play by Right Lines Productions “Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow – Morrison’s Van, aye on the go!” An adventure in the exciting

Watching Bluebottles

Monday 15 June - Friday 26 June
Available now until 28 June 2020 Recommended age: 14+ Life, Death and Village Halls “Heaters, lights, keys…is that me done now?” The old hallkeeper recites his daily mantra as he

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creative activities for young and old

Too Many Penguins?

Ages 1 - 4 A Frozen Charlotte and Macrobert Arts Centre Co-Production We are delighted to share this online version of our beautiful book inspired by our show Too Many Penguins? Complete with the voices of Penguina (Nicola Jo Cully), Mr Polaro (Samuel Jameson), music...

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Lockdown Quiz Edition 6

We would like to thank Screen Memories Scotland for sharing this quiz with us. The answers are on a separate sheet so you can download and take the quiz yourself or quiz others at home, over video or even on the phone. Please feel free to download the quiz and share...

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we really appreciate your support 

We are extremely grateful to those of you who have continued to support our work by not requesting ticket refunds.

Our funders have been supportive of our ambition to deliver an alternative programme during this difficult and lonely time of social-distancing.

As a charity, our focus is on your well-being and the welfare of your community, as far as possible our online events and activities will be free to everyone.

The livelihoods of artists will be jeopardised due to this cruel virus, as a publicly funded charity we think it is vital that we continue to support artists through our live online programme.

However, to continue our work at a time when box office income has ceased will be extremely challenging. If you are able to support us with a kind donation, we and the artists we support, will be greatly appreciative.

 

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Creative Writing Competition

Aberdeen Arts Centre are looking for original stories up to 500 words based on the theme MAGIC! These stories could quite literally be about potions, wands and spells, or you can encourage your little one to think about the magic all around us every day – family, our...

Success For First Live Streaming

Our Young Promoters groups were excited to watch their first live streaming on Saturday 25 April. Aimed at young audiences, Common Lore was a fusion of rhythmic spoken word, digital projection, live-looped music and physical theatre. The young people tuned in via Zoom...

After The Interval

Please help us by completing this online survey On March 16 we took the difficult decision to cancel all 64 events up until end of June 2020. Since 1985, NEAT has proudly served rural communities across the north east via a team of dedicated Volunteer Promoters. Now...

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