Posts Tagged ‘film’

Girvan Library’s Afternoon Film Club Presents

April 20, 2017

Join us for an afternoon movie at Girvan Library’s film club. Sit back, relax and enjoy a well known film at our monthly showings.

Monday 8 May, 2pm This month’s film is an action thriller… “Three measures of Gordon’s; one of vodka; half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it over ice, and add a thin slice of lemon peel.”

Also showing this May…

Wednesday 31 May, 2pm To coincide with the Scottish Opera Mobile visiting Girvan at the end of May, Girvan Library’s Pop Up Film Club will be screening Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘The PHANTOM of the OPERA’.

To book your FREE place for either of these events, please visit Girvan LibraryMontgomerie Street, Girvan KA26 9HE or Tel: 01465 712 813

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Girvan Library Presents: A Kind of Seeing

January 20, 2017

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Monday 30 January 2017 at 2.30pm – 4pm

Girvan Library is hosting a free screening of archive films from the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive, hand-picked by curator Shona Thomson. Alongside films of Scotland’s rural and industrial past, will be some celluloid gems local to the Girvan area from the 1930s and 1950s. This special event will be a unique cinema experience in the Library with live introductions to each film and a post-screening ‘blether’ with special guest Girvan Harbour Master Roddy Leitch. Tea/coffee will be available.

Girvan Library Presents: A Kind of Seeing is currently full but there is a waiting list. Please contact Girvan Library in person or by phoning 01465 712813 to be added to the list.

BBC Blast is in Ayr

August 26, 2010

BBC Blast logoThe Low Green
26 – 28 August 2010
Age Range: 13 – 19

BBC Blast is in Ayr for three days of exciting free workshops and taster sessions in everything from vjing and film, to radio, fashion, special effects make up, competitions and loads more.

BBC blast get creativeThere are still some places left so don’t miss out – book today!

For full details and to download the consent form if you are under 16 visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/blast/204897