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Jo Woolf FRSGS: Beyond the Horizon (AYR)


Following the success of her recent book The Great Horizon, Jo presents more tales of explorers who ventured into unknown regions of the globe – across ice, desert, and rainforest, over uncharted waters, and into the unfathomed depths of the ocean. Jo discovered these stories in the archives of the RSGS, and has made it her mission as Writer-in-Residence to bring them to life.

Venue:
Gaiety Theatre
Carrick Street Ayr

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Fright Night


Another night of ghastly activities, spooky spectacular's and terrifying events. Storytelling, spooky walks & toasted marshmallows by the fire.

Venue:
Geilsland House
Geilsland Rd Beith

When:
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Digital Day Drop-In #royalbankboost


Please join either myself or our Community Banker, Rachelle Maconeghy in the Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Irvine on our Digital Drop-In Days. These events are open for business and personal customers who are looking to: Find out how to make your banking more convenient Get help with setting up, or resetting online and mobile banking See how our award winning mobile app works Understand how our security tools like Rapport can keep you safe while banking and browsing online Find out how our Post Office banking service can save you time The sessions run on a drop-in basis. All information used in this presentation you are registering for relating to ways to bank is produced by the Royal Bank of Scotland for information purposes only and is for the sole use of the attendees at the presentation. Whilst we feel this topic is beneficial to business owners, the views expressed are not intended to be and should not be viewed as individual advice or as a recommendation. You should seek independent advice in respect of issues that are of concern to you. To the maximum extent permitted by law we expressly disclaim all representations, warranties, or assurance of any kind, expressed or implied, that are made to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this presentation and no member of the Royal Bank accepts any obligation to update or correct any information contained herein. During the event I will be taking photographs a view to posting on social media to promote the service we offer to our customers, if you do not wish to be included in the photographs please notify me. By registering for this event you agree that you have read and expressly agree to the use of your personal data submitted as part of your event registration by Eventbrite in accordance with their Terms of Service: (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-terms-of-service?lg=en_GB), Data Processing Addendum for Organisers (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/data-processing-addendum-for-organizers?lg=en_GB_) and Privacy Policy (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-privacy-policy?lg=en_GB), which Eventbrite may update from time to time.

Venue:
RBS
69 High Street Irvine

When:
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Film Screening - Time Trial


The Inverclyde Bothy is delighted to provide a free screening of the David Millar documentary, "Time Trial".  The screening begins at 7.30pm sharp and the film runs for 1 hour 25 mins. Places are free but are limited due to capacity and health/safety regulations so you must have a ticket through Eventbrite to attend.  Pizza will be provided from 7pm but is on a first come first served basis - once it's gone, it's gone!  Please feel free to bring your own snacks and refreshments. Hopefully this will make the coming clock change seem less upsetting! For more details, contact Josh at the Bothy - [email protected]

Venue:
Castle Semple Visitor Centre
National Cycle Route 7 Lochwinnoch

When:
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vertex Festival 2018: New Focus Quartet (Music in West Kilbride concert)


Konrad Wiszniewski: saxophone, Euan Stevenson: piano, Mario Caribe: bass, Alyn Cosker: drums New Focus have taken the blend of jazz and classical music heard on Stan Getz's original Focus in their own direction and have created a superbly accessible, hauntingly memorable sound for the 21st century as well as one of the most distinctive projects on the Scottish music scene. Promoted by Music in West Kilbride "This is perfect festival fare: rich arrangements, memorable themes, fine playing and a unique mix of jazz, classical and folk..." London Jazz

Venue:
West Kilbride Village Hall
Arthur St West Kilbride

When:
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vertex Festival 2018: Coast


“an absolute beacon in a rather dark sea” The Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) established the first No Take Zone in the UK in 2008. Their work has resulted in an amazing recovery of the seabed ecosystem and fish stocks in Lamlash Bay and other areas around Arran. Jenny Stark, Coast’s Marine Outreach Officer, will give an illustrated talk on Coast’s remarkable achievements and how living in West Kilbride we can benefit from and support their work.  COAST is recognised throughout Scotland and internationally as a dynamic community group that leads the way on marine conservation and restoration, and as a hub for marine science in the Clyde. It has won various awards and has been described by George Monbiot as “pathfinders” and by the Scottish Government as “trailblazers”. Doors Open 7.30pm

Venue:
West Kilbride Village Hall
Arthur St West Kilbride

When:
Sun, 28 Oct 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


First Minister's Reading Challenge in Secondary Schools - Irvine


The First Minister’s Reading Challenge is an exciting reading initiative delivered by Scottish Book Trust on behalf of the Scottish Government. The Challenge has been a great success in primary schools across Scotland, and now we are opening it up for secondary schools to get involved! The main focus of the Challenge is to encourage reading for pleasure and support schools, libraries and communities to build reading cultures.  If you work in a secondary school and would like to find out more, please come along to one of our 5 regional events. The event will be relevant to staff from all department areas who would like to know more about how reading for pleasure could benefit their pupils. This will be an opportunity to ask questions, hear about the experience of schools who took part in our secondary pilot programme and share ideas with professionals in your area. This event will be delivered by Scottish Book Trust with support from The School Library Group, The Scottish Association for the Teaching of English and St Andrew's and St Bride's High School, South Lanarkshire. This page is for the Irvine event. If you are looking for the event in Edinburgh, Uddingston, Perth or Elgin please see the details below, and click the appropriate link for your nearest venue. Edinburgh: 24 September, 16.30-18.30, National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EW Uddingston: 27 September, 16.30-18.30, Uddingston Grammar School, Old Glasgow Road, Uddingston G71 7BT Perth: 2 October, 16.30-18.30, Perth Museum and Art Gallery, 78 George Street, Perth PH1 5LB Elgin: 4 October, 16.30-18.30, Elgin Academy, Morriston Road, Elgin, IV30 4ND Each event will be catered for with tea, coffee and biscuits. If you have any questions about attending an event please email [email protected]

Venue:
Greenwood Conference Centre
Greenwood Gate Irvine

When:
Mon, 29 Oct 2018 4.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vertex Festival 2018: Steve Le Mash - DJ101: how to become a DJ and save lives


Steve Le Mash will draw on his decade of experience as a DJ and music producer in a humorous, illustrated guide to making it as a DJ. Why do it? How to do it? And what impact could DJing have on your life, and thousands of others. Steve will have an array of kit with him to show how to deliver a set of music and beats for a variety of different audiences. His renown means that his sessions attract crowds in their thousands and he wants to share some of what he has learnt with those who want to develop their own DJing skills, or learn about how a great DJ gets the reputation that earns them critical and financial success. Special Offer: Combined ticket £10 for Steve Le Mash - DJ 101: how to become a DJ and save lives and Rip It Up - a histroy of Scottish popular music. 

Venue:
West Kilbride Village Hall
Arthur St West Kilbride

When:
Tue, 30 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vertex 2018: Rip It Up - a history of Scottish popular music


Pete Stanton and Vic Galloway are the creative energy behind this year’s important exhibition Rip It Up held at the National Museum of Scotland, and the book and the TV series broadcast earlier this year. Rip It Up shines a light on the impact that Scotland’s music industry has had on music on a global scale. For Vertex they will offer a personal selection of some of the key bands, artists and moments of the past 60 years that they have so thoroughly outlined in Rip It Up, plus they will do so from the perspective of their own significant contributions in television and radio, as music producer, journalist and all round music insiders.

Venue:
West Kilbride Village Hall
Arthur St West Kilbride

When:
Tue, 30 Oct 2018 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Vertex Festival 2018: The Quiggs


“The Quiggs” is a Scottish/Danish duo consisting of husband and wife, Stephen and Pernille Quigg. Stephen Quigg is a long established folk singer and former member of the legendary band “The McCalmans” and Pernille Quigg, originally from Denmark, is a folksinger and songwriter. Together they comprise “The Quiggs”. Stephen and Pernille share a common feeling for the tradition of folksong and both know a good song when they hear it. The combination of the two voices in close harmony in songs whether traditional or contemporary  interspersed with anecdotes and a touch of humour has received much praise from both audiences and organisers. They have toured together in Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands with great success. A concert with The Quiggs is a chance to hear folksong in its original form - simple, yet highly expressive, beautiful harmonies and songs that seek the audience's participation. The duo has previously released the album "River of Time" in 2015, which received fine reviews and airplay on several programmes in BBC and other European radio stations. In March 2017 “The Quiggs” released their new CD “Seeds I Didn't Sow”, which recently featured as album of the week on Celtic Music Radio and was described by Folkradio.uk's Mike Davies as, “Unquestionably one of the best folk albums of the year.” Doors open 7pm.

Venue:
West Kilbride Village Hall
Arthur St West Kilbride

When:
Wed, 31 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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