This page lists forthcoming events, including when the Centre becomes the Cromarty Old Brewery.
We may not be the biggest venue in the north, but we have an intimate atmosphere and great audiences, with many very special nights - come along and have a good time.
We're taking a short break from gigs just now, but coming up in March 2014 is...
Saturday 29 March - Michael Marra: A Highland Tribute
(at Resolis, an RCA / Cromarty Old Brewery joint promotion)
This concert is rapidly taking shape and it will be a very special night with a terrific line up. All proceeds after expenses will be donated to Michael's nominated charity, Sistema Scotland. Tickets provisionally priced at £15 and available from Resolis Community Arts at 01381 610204 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Some photos from recent gigs (thanks to Ian Robertson - see www.sky-hi-photos.co)
We serve supper before gigs between 7.00 and 7.30,
but we're not licensed so BYOB. Music starts @ 8.30. (Paper free) tickets are £10 or £12 (£5 for supper) unless otherwise indicated.
The Old Brewery supports Spirit Aid.
Founded in 2001 by David Hayman and friends, Spirit Aid is a volunteer organisation set up to support children and young people around the world by running humanitarian projects in places like Kosovo, Guinea Bissau, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Scotland. www.spiritaid.org
Spirit Aid is dedicated to alleviating the suffering of children and young people whose lives have been devastated by war, poverty, genocide, ethnic cleansing and all forms of abuse. It identifies needs on the ground and targets resources within the local communities to make a real difference in health and living conditions.
A supper meal is on sale at all gigs - one meat or vegetarian selection (such as chilli or stovies)
before the music starts. All gigs are BYOB.
Accommodation is available at a discount rate for most events.
We don't do tickets, but you can reserve seats by contacting Mairi on email@example.com or 01381 600277. Advance payment guarantees entry (all gigs limited to 50 persons max.)
And we always have exhibitions and sell work by local craftspeople and artists,
Pamela Hastie and art by Mary MacLean, Pat Hay,
Beral Anderson, May Hunter, Barbel Dister
and Leon Patchett.