Made by the Sea: Brodick

PG
As part of the ‘Shore: How We See the Sea’ launch day, join award-winning curator Shona Thomson from A Kind of Seeing for a fascinating big screen presentation of life on Scotland’s coasts and seas with a unique selection of archive films held in the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive, including a taste of Arran island life from the 1950s. From the bird life of St Kilda to the incredible power of a rising tide for brave lifeboat crews and coastal communities alike, the sea has an important part to play in our national moving image collection. After presenting films from as early as 1908, Shona will lead an informal audience blether about the films and our complex relationship with the sea.

All seating is unreserved. If there is a particular area of the auditorium that you like to sit in, then please arrive in good time.

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Please note that we offer refunds only if we are forced to cancel a screening – perhaps due to very bad weather or a mechanical problem. If you book tickets, and then fall ill, we will not offer a refund and recommend that you pass your tickets on to friends or family.

Adults £7.50, Concessions £5.50

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

All under 14 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or 21+ year old guardian at screenings starting after 8:00pm.

Any remaining tickets not sold online are made available on the door 30 mins prior to performance, on a first come first served basis.

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