CVH Arts Programme is generously supported by Creative Scotland, Argyll & Bute Council and The Craignish Trust and brings a whole range of performances of all genres to our community. We are privileged to have such high quality arts performances taking place in our rural location where there would otherwise be limited opportunities to experience them.
We endeavour to ask for feedback after shows (which helps us to secure future funding) so please keep filling in the forms, or keep in touch by e mail or Facebook – it helps us decide what is appreciated, or not!
Although the arts programme receives an amount of grant funding we are constantly reviewing our practice to offer best value whilst making sure our events are accessible to all. All our ticket prices are subsidised, and on some shows we are able to offer concessions and discounts – please check the ‘what’s on’ page for details of each event.
If you’d like to join our Mailing List and receive regular news about upcoming shows, workshops and special events, e mail John Saich, Arts Programme Manager, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The CVH Arts Programme has promoted and hosted theatre and dance performances by David Hughes Dance, Plutot la Vie, Mac Brew, plan B, Juliette Burton, Company of Wolves, Mull Theatre,The Flanagan Collective, Chanje Kunda, Puppet Animation Festival, Dogstar Theatre, Clod Ensemble, Yugen Puppet Theatre, Jenna Watt and many others.
Music at CVH has included Budapest Cafe Orchestra, Sophie Ramsay & Sarah Smout, Balter, Eduardo Niebla & Matthew Robinson, Dean Owens & the Whisky Hearts, Salsa Celtica, Shooglenifty, Scottish Opera Highlights, Mary Ann Kennedy, Tim Kliphuis, Mairi Campbell and Mike Vass, Dick Gaughan, Samson Sounds, Dougie Maclean, Cera Impala, Ben Maggs, Reykjavik Wind quintet.