Arran is an island rich in its own heritage and traditions but there are many people living here whose origins are from further afield.
As part of this year’s McLellan Arts Festival we are planning to have an event to celebrate all the different cultures represented on Arran through an evening of music, stories and food.
Come and Get Involved
We would love to hear from anyone who would be interested in sharing a song, a dance, a story, a poem, a tune during the evening. It would be wonderful to have as many of the different cultures on Arran represented as we can. We are also hoping everyone will bring a traditional snack to share to make this a feast for all the senses.
The McLellan Festival 2020 runs from Thursday 27th August to Saturday 12th September. We are still finalising the programme but expect the Multicultural Evening to be either Monday 31st August or Tuesday 1st September.
In addition we are seeking some readers to help with our event celebrating the life and work of Scottish writer and poet, Nan Shepherd. This event will take place on Wednesday 2nd September.
If you would like to be a part of either evening or find out more then please contact me, Sarah Cook via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or get in touch through the contact page on our website here