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Cancelled and Postponed Events: Getting in Touch

Here you can find the most up to date list of cancelled or postponed events as well as details of how to get in touch about your booking.  
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60 Seconds in Lockdown

We know that you are doing lots of creative things at the moment, so why not share that creativity and submit your film to our ultra-short film competition - 60 Seconds in Lockdown. Hopefully you will have access to basic filmmaking equipment - through your phone, digital camera or otherwise - so join our celebration of everyone’s creativity with us and be in with a chance of seeing your short film on the big screen.  
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WHAT'S ON: IN THE DIGITAL WORLD

As we all play our part in this lockdown, we're sign-posting you to a selection of online arts experiences from some of our fantastic creative partners. There's lots going on in the digital world so this is just a snap-shot of what's on offer, but hopefully you'll be inspired to do a bit of exploring yourselves and share with us and your family and friends. With such a great selection of quality opportunities on offer, together we can be entertained, inspired, educated and so much more. 
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WATCH ONLINE AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL CINEMA

We may have closed our doors on 20 March to do our bit to 'Stay Safe, Stay Home', but we're keeping our ear to the ground for opportunities for you to keep connected and enjoy a variety of experiences from your own home. We're therefore delighted to share, that thanks to our friends at Modern Films, you can still enjoy one of films we had planned for our April cinema programme, The Perfect Candidate. 
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CORONAVIRUS STATEMENT FRI 20 MAR

As the situation around COVID-19 has continued to progress this week and with schools closing their doors at the end of this week we have taken the decision to close our building from 3pm today (Fri 20 Mar) as well as suspend all live events, film and event cinema screenings and classes/workshops for the foreseeable future. The health and safety of our audiences, artists, staff and all those who take part in our activities continues to be our number one priority, in what is an unprecedented and uncertain situation for us all.
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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 17 MARCH

In light of the advice issued on Monday 16 March by both the Scottish and UK Governments we have taken the difficult decision to suspend all live events, film and event cinema screenings as well as classes/workshops until Sunday 12 April. We recognise that this suspension is likely to be much longer and will update you as the situation becomes clearer.   The health and safety of our audiences, artists, staff and all those who take part in our activities is our number one priority, in what is an unprecedented and uncertain situation for us all. 
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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

There is a great deal of communication about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and it isn’t always clear how it applies to our lives and activities. We hope you find it helpful to know what we are doing at Macrobert Arts Centre. We are closely monitoring the guidance and government announcements and will act appropriately and promptly to any new advice. The health and safety of our staff, audiences, artists and all those who take part in our activities are our number one priority. Read on for more information about what we're doing to keep our customers and staff members safe during this difficult time. 
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WELLBEING WEEK

In partnership with the University of Stirling and The University of Stirling Student Union, we're getting involved in a week of events and activities aimed at promoting wellbeing across all areas.  To coincide with the national University Mental Health Day on Thu 5 Mar, Wellbeing Week takes place from Mon 2 to Fri 6 Mar - there's lots of free activities and events to get involved in.   
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NEW WORK FROM PETRE DOBRE

In 2019 Petre Dobre received an award from the Create:Inclusion Fund backed by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland. These funds have enabled his personal progression, his development of creative and professional practice and allowed him to follow through on opportunities to take professional and creative risks. As a result of that reward Petre is currently developing a new piece of work called Squirrel, exploring the use of sign language, physicality and visual storytelling to create an accessible performance for deaf and hearing children and their families.  
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CALL OUT FOR LOCAL SINGERS

Macrobert Arts Centre and Gary Clarke Company (GCC) are on the lookout for 4 non-professional singers aged 40 and over to play 4 Pit Men in Wasteland when GCC makes a welcome return to Stirling on Thu 19 and Fri 20 Mar. This is a unique opportunity for local performers to make their contribution to this acclaimed production, the sequel to the hugely successful Coal.