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Baby Cinema Opportunity

We're looking to start Baby Cinema Screenings here at Macrobert Arts Centre! The aim of these screenings is to give parents the opportunity to get out and socialise without the worry of their children, well, being children! These screenings are for parents or guardians and their baby (12 months and under), so there's no need to worry about disturbing others during the film. Our first Baby Cinema Screening will take place on Wed 8 Aug. Come along, watch a film and stay for an informal chat afterwards, to tell us how we can make Baby Cinema work for you.
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Adult Ballet Taster - Cecchetti Ballet Dunblane

We are delighted to announce that Cecchetti Ballet Dunblane are running a ballet session for adult beginners at Macrobert Arts Centre.       
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Young Reviewers - Shattered Tue 22 May

This month, we invited some young reviewers to our venue to see what they thought of In Motion Theatre Company's production of Shattered. Following the production on Tue 22 May, the verdict is in. Find out more about what Jaden, Ciaran and Caitlin thought of the show...
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Mental Health Awareness Week

We’re marking Mental Health Awareness Week with a show that puts a spotlight on the often taboo subject of anxiety – Don’t Panic! It’s Challenge Anneka. With 1 in 4 people being affected by mental illness it is so important for people to feel comfortable talking about it and this roller coaster of a one-woman show does just that - while channelling the spirit of someone for whom no challenge is too big (Anneka Rice)! 
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The Big Lunch

We’re getting involved the UK's annual neighbourhood get together and you’re invited! Since it all began back in June 2009, millions of people stop what they're doing and gather with neighbours in a nationwide act of community and friendship. There will be lots of things going on at Macrobert Arts Centre to celebrate the Big Day, including live music and creative workshops and it’s all totally free. All you need to do is bring your own picnic, and if you’re happy share with friends, old and new, then all the better!
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Super Powers: Epic Art Challenge 2018

We're looking for young artists (aged 4 to 15) who'd like to share a drawing or painting and be part of our Super Powers: Epic Art Challenge 2018. If you had a super power, what would it be? What special skill would you have? How would you use your special power? Will you have the power to fly, run faster than anyone on Earth, shape-shift into other creatures or have superhuman strength? Whatever incredible, amazing or wondrous power you can image - we want to know! Deadline for artwork submissions: Fri 1 Jun, 5pm.
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YDance: Reflections

Do you love to dance? Would you like to perform? Why not join Reflections intergenerational dance company led by YDance! Reflections Dance Company is for dancers aged 14 – 21 and over 60. As a group you will work with a professional dance artist to create a dance piece to perform in the Generation Dance Festival at Tramway, Glasgow this August. The performance is supported by Festival 2018, the dynamic cultural festival running alongside the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.
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Cycle Cinema Comes to Town

We are bringing Cycle Cinema to the heart of Stirling this summer, our contribution to the dynamic cultural event that's running as part of Glasgow 2018 European Championships: Festival 2018. In our off-grid, tented Cinema you can be entertained from your seat or join in the pedalling to power the projector! This fun-filled, family event will feature a great programme of big-screen entertainment for film and sports lovers alike alongside opportunities for film-makes and volunteers to get involved.
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Have Your Say: Adult Open Evening

Join us for an informal chat about what classes and workshops you'd like to see on offer for adults at Macrobert Arts Centre.  
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Laurie Motherwell: Comes Around

We are delighted to be holding a rehearsed reading of a play in development by Laurie Motherwell - Comes Around: a humorous reflection on sex and the older citizen. Archie, Margaret and Fergus are well in their 70s with time on their hands. We join them on a journey to new discoveries in the third age and look for answers to questions; What's going on at the caravan park? Why is the community nurse coming to visit with 'interesting' items in her bag? Directed by Julie Ellen Performed by Michael Mackenzie, Joanna Tope, Crawford Logan & Nicola Roy