Useful links and contact info
WeGotTickets Book tickets for concerts and plays at the Hall online using your credit or debit card.
The Touring Network, a pan-Highland association of passionate Arts promoters. Website has lots of useful info for touring artists.
The other venue in the village, part of the Glen Urquhart High School (built 2002).
Balnain Hall, Balnain, Glen Urquhart
Contact: Anna Macdonald Tel 01456 476240 (evenings)
Cannich Community Hall Cannich, Beauly, IV4 7LT
Information and news resource for village hall committees throughout Scotland
St Ninians Church, Balnain, Glen Urquhart
Lovely small Episcopalian church on the shores of Loch Meiklie, donated to the community by Archibald Cameron of Worcester, whose wife lies buried in the churchyard.
Local news for the North of Scotland
Local news for the Inverness area
ICA (Inverness City Advertiser)
Excellent free newsletter distributed in and around the Inverness area
Press & Journal
Aberdeen-based newspaper covering the North and North East of Scotland
Links to all local newspapers covering the North of Scotland on one handy page (including Moray and Banffshire)
Glen Urquhart Highland Gathering and Games
One of the central events in the Glen calendar.
VisitLochNess & Inverness
all the Visitor information you could possibly need
Simply the best national online genealogy site in the world. Here you can find your Scottish ancestors' birth, marriage and death details, and order copies of Wills and Inventories, all in one place, at a reasonable price.
Excellent site with lots of info and links on Scottish, Irish and World Music, plus a great Gig Guide.
The Traditional Music and Song Association helps foster and promote Scotland's unique musical traditions.Sessions, events, festivals and more, and a downloadable calendar to remind you what's on when.
The answer to the question, "If you could book any artist who ever lived, in the whole wide world, to play at your venue, who would it be?"
Tartan Heart Festival at Belladrum, Kiltarlity
The perfect festival for people who've never been to a festival before, but equally perfect for the auld campaigners too. Don't tell everyone, just your closest friends - we don't want to spoil it.