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GALLERY CLOSED THURSDAY 21st NOVEMBER : We are away at The Edinburgh Art Fair for most of the w/c 18th November. The gallery will be open as normal, with the exception of Thursday 21st where it will be closed all day. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
 

Festival Of Light, Illuminaire – Late Night Friday Opening

LATE NIGHT OPENING – FRIDAY 11TH OCTOBER

We will be one of many Kirkcudbright based businesses who will be open from 5.30-7.30pm on Friday 11th October.  This will be in support of the returning Festival Of Light, which will be on from Thurs 10th to Sunday 13th October.  Please come and join us for a glass of wine and enjoy our exhibition in a different light.

The Late Openings event will include a special pop up exhibition. for this night only.  A group of local and out of town artists will gather for a small exhibition of their work in the splendid surroundings of the Old Library, as you may never see it again.  Artists will be there to mingle and make friends.

It promises to be the perfect evening to wander through the town, taking in the lights, installations and various events, as the historic closes, harbour and hidden corners will be lit up in imaginative ways.  Various events include:

Skip the Light Fandango with Cafe Largo (Parish Hall 7.30 – 11pm)  Cafe Largo’s 5-piece band return with 60’s and 70’s music, and always a sell out! Booking essential.

Spooky Tales with Mostly Ghostly (Station House Cookery School – 6pm)  Join Mostly Ghostly for an evening of spine tingling tales from around the region, and discover the fascintating history of the Station and house. Refreshments available. Booking essential.

Candlelight Tour of Broughton House See the splendid home of EA Hornel in a way you have never seen it before.

Throughout the weekend there will  be Installations celebrating 50 years since the moon landing, a  magical Fairy Village with a pop up lochan at the soaperie gardens, image projections onto the iconic Tolbooth Museum, McLellans Castle as well as other buildings, uplighters, magical trees and more.

The rest of the weekend also offers lots of events in various venues across the town. For more information please visit www.kirkcudbrightlight.com or contact the Kirkcudbright Development Trust on 01557 428008.

 

 

 

 

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