• Exhibitions
    • Rachel Maclean: The Weepers
      07 August - 27 September 2014
      A new cinematic exhibition by Rachel Maclean exploring the Gaelic Otherworld.
    • Rachel Maclean @ The Salen Country Show
      2:00 PM Thursday, 7 August 2014
      As a primer to the exhibition opening, characters from Rachel Maclean's film The Weepers, will make a special appearance at the Salen Show
    • Artist Talk and Screening
      7:30 PM Thursday, 7 August 2014
      Following the opening of her exhibition at An Tobar, Rachel Maclean will present examples of her earlier video works and will speak about some of the recurring themes in her art
    • Gaelic Storytelling - The Bean Nighe and Other Stories
      11:00 AM Wednesday, 13 August 2014
      Come along to hear a selection of folk tales that helped inspire Rachel Maclean's exhibition
    • The Mascot (aka Puppet Love)
      11:00 AM Saturday, 23 August 2014
      One-off screening of The Mascot (aka Puppet Love), selected by Rachel Maclean
    • Fatty Foods and Woollen Goods: Selling Scottish Heritage
      7:30 PM Saturday, 23 August 2014
      A panel of speakers will explore historic and contemporary efforts to package and present Scotland - from national politics to local tourist industry, what is at stake in selling Scottish heritage?
  • Theatre
    • Whisky Galore
      14 - 31 August 2014
      Mull Theatre presents a night of riotous comedy as four hapless radio actors use their skills, wit, ingenuity and 100 unlikely sound effects to recreate Compton Mackenzie's book!
    • The Greatest Little Republic (in the World!)
      3 - 17 September 2014
      New from Mull Theatre, a play about the personal costs of political ideals, racial stereotypes, personal grievance and mob mentality…
    • The Drawer Boy
      16 October - 07 November 2014
      Mull Theatre presents a beautifully written, funny and bittersweet tale set in Canada in 1972
  • Music
    • Amy Duncan (Not On Sale)
      8:30 PM Tuesday, 29 July 2014
      Breathtaking vocals, emotionally charged lyrics and folk inspired harmonies.
    • Rose Room
      8:30 PM Friday, 1 August 2014
      1930s jazz standards, with a dash of Western Swing, promise a vivacious performance!
    • Duke Special
      8:30 PM Tuesday, 5 August 2014
      Belfast-born Duke is best-known for his platinum album Songs From The Deep Forest
    • Angus Lyon and Duncan Lyall
      8:30 PM Friday, 8 August 2014
      Two Celtic Connections New Voices Commissions.
    • Cera Impala & The New Prohibition
      8:30 PM Friday, 15 August 2014
      Seductive singer and songsmith who forges intimate yarns from everyday occurrences.
    • Blazin Fiddles
      8:30 PM Tuesday, 19 August 2014
      No other band has quite captured Scottish fiddle music’s variety, energy and sensitivity in the way Blazin’ Fiddles have.
    • Rab Noakes & Kathleen MacInnes
      8:30 PM Friday, 22 August 2014
      Storytelling and song in Gaelic, Scots and English.
    • Blas Festival
      7:30 PM Saturday, 6 September 2014
      Alasdair Whyte & The Monach Isle Ceilidh Band
    • Idlewild
      3 - 5 October 2014
      An all-acoustic tour of the Highlands from one of Scotland's outstanding bands.
  • Talks and Events
    • Rachel Maclean @ The Salen Country Show
      2:00 PM Thursday, 7 August 2014
      As a primer to the exhibition opening, characters from Rachel Maclean's film The Weepers, will make a special appearance at the Salen Show
    • Artist Talk and Screening
      7:30 PM Thursday, 7 August 2014
      Following the opening of her exhibition at An Tobar, Rachel Maclean will present examples of her earlier video works and will speak about some of the recurring themes in her art
    • Gaelic Storytelling - The Bean Nighe and Other Stories
      11:00 AM Wednesday, 13 August 2014
      Come along to hear a selection of folk tales that helped inspire Rachel Maclean's exhibition
    • The Mascot (aka Puppet Love)
      11:00 AM Saturday, 23 August 2014
      One-off screening of The Mascot (aka Puppet Love), selected by Rachel Maclean
    • Fatty Foods and Woollen Goods: Selling Scottish Heritage
      7:30 PM Saturday, 23 August 2014
      A panel of speakers will explore historic and contemporary efforts to package and present Scotland - from national politics to local tourist industry, what is at stake in selling Scottish heritage?
  • Children and Families
    • The Pokey Hat
      31 July 2014
      A fun-filled trip down memory lane from a show performed outside an ice-cream van! Part of the Culture 2014 programme celebrating the Commonwealth Games
    • Gaelic Storytelling - The Bean Nighe and Other Stories
      11:00 AM Wednesday, 13 August 2014
      Come along to hear a selection of folk tales that helped inspire Rachel Maclean's exhibition
    • The Mascot (aka Puppet Love)
      11:00 AM Saturday, 23 August 2014
      One-off screening of The Mascot (aka Puppet Love), selected by Rachel Maclean
    • The Adventures of Robin Hood
      7:30 PM Saturday, 20 September 2014
      Visible Fictions' silly and unexpected take on Robin Hood - be prepared to unleash your imagination!
  • Tours
    • The Drawer Boy
      16 October - 07 November 2014
      Mull Theatre presents a beautifully written, funny and bittersweet tale set in Canada in 1972
  • Comedy
    • Ross Noble
      8:00 PM Sunday, 14 September 2014
      Ross warms up for his 2014 Tangentleman tour - on Mull!