Events in Moray

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Alex Webster Exhibition @ Logie Steading

Logie Steading Dunphail, Forres

An exhibit ft work of Highlands artist Alex Webster. A selection of his work from the past two years will be on display, such as still life, landscapes, animal portraits and Venice paintings. This will be on display in the Art Gallery's square room.

Bushcraft basics with Will Hall

Logie Steading Dunphail, Forres

Learn various outdoor skills such as building a shelter, tracking animals, how to forage for food and many more! These sessions are suitable for the whole family, with under 12s going free, however they must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is £20pp. You'll need sensible footwear, drink/snack, waterproofs if necessary and Binoculars/camera.

Free – £20
Event Series Mini Market @ Logie Steading

Mini Market @ Logie Steading

Logie Steading Dunphail, Forres

The mini market at Logie Steading is held on the 3rd Saturday of the month and will welcome a host of food/produce, crafters, makers, all offering handmade gifts and various items. Exhibitors will be attending from Moray and the Northeast of Scotland. Free entry and free parking.


Heading West – A Story about a Band called Shooglenifty

Forres Tolbooth 20 Tolbooth Street, Forres

12A | 86 mins | When the frontman of a band dies, can the other members carry on without him? Together for more than quarter of a century and loved all over the world, Scottish band Shooglenifty are devastated when Angus, their fiddle-playing frontman, gets ill and dies just a few months later. This musical ... Read more


Who Killed My Father (Theatre)

Universal Hall The Park, Findhorn

surrogate presents Who Killed My Father, based on the book by Édouard Louis, translated by Lorin Stein and adapted and directed for stage by Nora Wardell. Growing up gay in a small town in France, Édouard endured the violence and homophobia of his alcoholic, right-wing father, a factory worker. In 2000, his father suffered an ... Read more

£10 – £12