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On the edge of Banchory in Aberdeenshire, Woodend Barn is a hub of creativity, hosting a diverse programme of music, theatre, comedy, dance, film, children’s events, art exhibitions and workshops.
June - September 2015
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20 - 22 November
Admissions are now open for our Contemporary Christmas Craft & Design Fair. Closing date is 10 July.

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Film: What We Did on Our Holiday

Film: What We Did on Our Holiday

Wednesday 1 July
How better to finish our Scotland in Focus Season than with Billy Connolly? Doug and Abi and their three children travel to the Scottish Highlands for Doug’s father Gordie’s birthday party.

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Curious: Ruth Mills

Curious: Ruth Mills

Friday 3 July
Choreographer Ruth explores the arena of self agency through the eyes of a woman facing marriage on the day after Scotland’s independence referendum.

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Made to Measure

Made to Measure

Sat 4 & Sun 5 July
Family show exploring the concepts of size, shape and measurement using everyday household objects and various body parts. At the Barn on 4th & Aboyne Theatre on 5th.

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Film: Kiss the Water

Film: Kiss the Water

Wednesday 8 July
A poetic portrait of the world’s most celebrated maker of salmon fishing flies, Megan Boyd, will start our Water Season.

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Film: The Little Mermaid

Film: The Little Mermaid

Wednesday 15 July
With favourite songs Under the Sea and Kiss the Girl, The Little Mermaid will have everyone singing along.
Ariel, a mermaid princess, makes a Faustian bargain with an unscrupulous sea-witch in order to meet a human prince on land.

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May Wildgarden Blog

    This month has been a busy one with lots of activity in the garden. At last our new shed (HQ) has arrived. This has stimulated much excitement and heaps of work for our volunteers. But we now have a secure location for our tools, a place to escape any inclement weather and even have a cup of tea. The rest of the work this month has been general maintenance, tidying up after the ravages of winter, mowing
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