Iorram (Boat Song) (PG)

Iorram (Boat Song) (PG)

Booking tickets

Adults: £7.50

Concessions: £5.50


When you book your tickets, you'll be asked to select from a seating plan. Please note that Row A is the front row, and Row J is the back row.

Concessions are available for: 15-and-under, 16 to 25, Students, Young Scot cardholders, 60 and over, Disabled and Claimants

Our online payment system is secure. Click on the dark blue button which shows the screening time. You will be able to choose your seat in the cinema. If you are a wheelchair user, book by emailing info@regionalscreenscotland at least 24 hours before the scheduled start time.  All under 14 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or 21+ yrs guardian at screenings starting after 8:00pm. Read our full Terms and Conditions here.

We’re delighted to bring Iorram (Boat Song) to you on Screen Machine – the first cinema documentary filmed entirely in Scottish Gaelic.

Iorram (Boat Song) is a lyrical portrait of life in the fishing communities on the Western Isles. By blending modern footage of newly restored archive sound recordings, it takes you on an immersive journey into the heart of a thousand-year-old community. Understand the hardship and romance of life in precarious balance with the sea, and hear the oral history of lore and legends, tall tales and tragedies, passed down through generations of Gaelic speakers reaching back hundreds of years.

Featuring an original score by acclaimed folk musician Aidan O’Rourke, and stunning images of life on the islands today, on both land and the sea, Iorram (Boat Song) presents the tough realities of fishing and gutting in all weathers and seasons, whilst coexisting alongside superstitions and visions of mermaids, faerie folk, and mysterious vanishing islands.

Iorram (Boat Song) was filmed in several locations that Screen Machine visits, including Barra, South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist and Harris.

Iorram (Boat Song) is in Gaelic with English subtitles.

“It’s less a documentary, more like unearthed treasure.” Radio Times

“An expressive doc blending oral history, folk song and seascape to celebrate a vibrant but endangered culture.” The Skinny

PG: references to maritime deaths

We look forward to welcoming audiences back to the Screen Machine. You can read about all of the safety measures we have put in place in more detail by following this link:

https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/covid-19/

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Screen Machine is Back on Tour

Following the Scottish Government’s confirmation that cinemas can reopen from Monday 17th May, we’re delighted to announce that Screen Machine resumed touring on this day in Fort Augustus. Tickets are currently on sale for:

Lochinver – 10 to 12 June
Kinlochvervie – 14 and 15 June
Durness – 16 and 17 June

We will continue to confirm locations, so keep an eye out for when we’ll be in your area here. If you plan to visit us, please read about our Covid measures here before you come along. We look forward to seeing you all soon.

The Screen Machine Team

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