Co­mar presents an ex­cit­ing pro­gram for Novem­ber 2017

The Oban Times - - LEISURE -

THIS month will be a busy one for the Tober­mory-based multi-arts or­gan­i­sa­tion Co­mar, with many in­ter­est­ing things in store.

Here are three things that you should con­sider go­ing to if you en­joy spicy food, po­etry or dance the­atre.

To­mor­row (Fri­day Novem­ber 11) at 7pm, Co­mar is hav­ing a café curry evening, with spicy treats and veg­gie cur­ries. You can en­joy a three- course meal with a choice of a main dish for £15. There will also be a li­censed bar with wine and beer.

On Mon­day Novem­ber 14 from 2pm to 4pm, lo­cal po­ets Derek Crook and Jan Sutch-Pickard will read from their new books Hang­ing On and A Pocket

Full Of Crumbs, and en­gage in a chat po­etry in the An To­bar Cafe. This event is free.

On Satur­day Novem­ber 19 at 7.30pm, at Mull The­atre, a piece of dance the­atre will be pre­sented. Mark­ing the 400th an­niver­sary of Shake­speare’s death, Lady Macbeth: un­sex me here, ex­plores one of Shake­speare’s most com­plex women. It deals with themes in­clud­ing am­bi­tion, power, guilt, re­morse, loss and death.

Par­al­lel­ing Shake­speare’s time, a cast of three male dancers all play Lady Macbeth, ex­plor­ing the re­la­tion­ship be­tween mas­culin­ity and fem­i­nin­ity. The dance the­atre will be cre­ated and di­rected by award-win­ning Com­pany Chordelia un­der artis­tic di­rec­tor Kally Lloyd-Jones.

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