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On the edge of Banchory in Aberdeenshire, Woodend Barn is a hub of creativity, hosting a diverse programme of music, theatre, comedy, dance, film, children’s events, art exhibitions and workshops.
June - September 2015
Our new brochure is available now! Click the link to browse all our events, workshops and exhibitions.
Scottish Opera: KidO
Mon 14 Sep @ 2pm // Tues 15 Sep @ 11am & 2pm
WAL seeks new Board Members
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Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Friday 31 July
World-renowned Dutch violinist Isabelle van Keulen directs the Scottish Chamber Orchestra string players from the violin. There will be a pre-show talk for Friends of the Barn.

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The Adventures of Isabel

The Adventures of Isabel

Saturday 1 August
Follows the exciting escapades of the frightfully fearless Isabel as she embarks on an epic adventure, encountering four fearsome foes along the way.

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Film: The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Film: The Life Aquatic  with Steve Zissou

Wednesday 5 August
With a plan to exact revenge on a mythical shark that killed his partner, oceanographer Steve Zissou rallies a crew that includes his estranged wife, a journalist, and a man who may or may not be his son.

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Curious: Mouths of the Masses

Curious: Mouths of the Masses

Friday 7 August
This one man performance aims to create a conversation into where the wisdom is in our modern society.
This work will be presented as a rehearsed reading, followed by a discussion around the work’s themes with writer and performer Tom Pritchard.

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Film: The Secret Garden

Film: The Secret Garden

Wednesday 12 August
Mary Lennox is an orphan sent to live with her uncle at his mansion that is full of secrets. She discovers a crippled cousin she never knew she had and a neglected garden she is determined to bring back to life.

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Film: A Hijacking

Film: A Hijacking

Wednesday 12 August
The crew of a Danish cargo ship is hijacked by Somali pirates who proceed to engage in escalating negotiations with authorities in Copenhagen. Writer of The Hunt, Tobias Lindholm turns his hand to directing.

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May Wildgarden Blog

    This month has been a busy one with lots of activity in the garden. At last our new shed (HQ) has arrived. This has stimulated much excitement and heaps of work for our volunteers. But we now have a secure location for our tools, a place to escape any inclement weather and even have a cup of tea. The rest of the work this month has been general maintenance, tidying up after the ravages of winter, mowing
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