Comar presents an exciting program for November 2017
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.