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Email: info@atlanticislandscentre.com
Tel: 01852 314096

Opening Hours

 June 1st onwards

Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm

Saturday 10am - Late

Sunday 12noon - 5pm

Hot food served from 11am - 3.30pm daily



We are very pleased to welcome Sarah McQuaid back to the Atlantic Islands Centre.  Sarah is delighted to be making her fourth visit to the Isle of Luing, this time with her new (fifth solo) album, "If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous".

Tickets £10 -- 7:45pm (Doors 7:15pm)

Tel 01852 314096




Gaelic Concert - Friday 25th May

7.45pm Start

Tickets £8

Laoise Kelly (harp) Alan Mac Donald (Pipes and song) and Tiarnon O Duinnchinn (Uilleann Piper) are heading off for a short tour of the islands this month following a successful tour last May with Kathleen MacInnes.  Come and join us to welcome them to Luing 

The presentation will be in Gaidhlig, Gaelic and English with an explanation of the songs and tunes of our shared cultural heritage
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If you are coming to the Centre from off-island on Friday or Saturday evening, it is possible to arrange a lift from the ferry and back if you phone in advance.

Phone: 01852 314096 - Email: info@atlanticislandscentre.com



Transalpine Troubadours (Tim O’Connor and Des Horsfall) - 11th August - 7.45pm, £10 

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Fine songs, great vocals,Northern humour.....in the Alps!

Celtic Country with a Savoie twist.

Des Horsfall….. Working with various Roots/Country-Rock band line-ups from his West Yorkshire base since the late 70s, Des Horsfall has had, in his own words,"a few skirmishes with fame". In the mid 80s he fronted Blues-Rock band Raw Deal that was managed by the legendary Alexis Korner until his untimely death.  In the 1990s Des was to be seen in hit videos on CMT and as opening act for Joe Ely, Steve Earle,Emmylou Harris,Chuck Prophet and many others. Tim O'Connor is a superb Celtic musician. Together, he and Des create the unique sound of The Transalpine Troubadours!

Don't miss out and book your tickets now.

Transport available from the ferry. Please phone the Atlantic Islands Centre on 01852 314096 or call in.

Tickets £10 each. On sale now.

A Ceilidh Gathering - Saturday, 13th May, 7:45pm

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the Argyll islands.

Come along and enjoy this Ceilidh with music, songs, verse, and stories from some members of this group, their musical guests Claire Hewitt (with clarsach),
Bob Pegg and our Luing Locals.        

The International group from countries around the world have been exploring the islands of Argyll to
give them some new perspectives on outdoor education, aboard the tall-ship ‘Lady of Avenel’. Their floating ‘colloquium’/discussion is followed by some days staying on Luing writing up their ideas.

Entry is free and the Bar will be open for drinks
all evening.  If you need transport from the ferry,
give us a call on 01852 314096, or
email info@atlanticislandscentre.com

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Aurora talk - Tue, 21st March, 7:45pm

Science, Myth & Magic

Kenny Taylor is a Highland-based writer, musician and broadcaster who is passionate about natural history but who also is fascinated by auroras. He's travelled from Alaska to Scandinavia to seek them, but enjoys a huge northern view from his highland garden. This boosts the chances of dancing sky appreciation at home.

Come along to the Atlantic Islands Centre to be illuminated by Kenny as he contemplates the science, myth and magic of the Northern Lights and shares with us his incredible photographs and images of the Dancing Ladies. This includes stills & time-lapse by Jamie MacPherson. To whet your appetite, examples of Jamie MacPherson's work can be seen in the photo above and in the video below.

Booking not required. Entry by donation. Talk starts at 7:45pm.

Free ferry pick-up available from the 7:30pm passenger ferry and drop off to 10:00pm passenger ferry. To request a lift please contact the Centre. 

Phone: 01852 314096 - Email: info@atlanticislandscentre.com

Mairi Campbell performs 'Pulse' - Friday 10th March, 7:45pm


We are delighted to be welcoming back Mairi Campbell to the Atlantic Islands Centre for a performance of Pulse - another of her captivating musical stories. Mairi is an influential and pioneering Scottish musician whose music has a rooted and powerful quality. She digs deeply where she stands, drawing on her well of Celtic ancestry to find rugged, beautiful and mesmerising music that is both ancient and new. In December 2015 Mairi was named Instrumentalist of the Year in the Scots Trad Music Awards. She has also previously won Scots Singer of The Year.

£8 for adults; Free for under 16s.
Pre-order tickets by phone or by email.
Collect pre-ordered tickets on the night before 7:30pm.
Remaining tickets will be available at the door on the night.

If you want picked up from the 7:30pm ferry, phone or email the Centre.
If you want to eat at the Centre before the performance, the new lunch menu will be available up until 7pm.

Phone: 01852 314096 - Email: info@atlanticislandscentre.com

Hope to see you there!