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Belmont Filmhouse

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49 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JS
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Enchanted Tales

Graeme Stephen and Lizabett Russo take the audience on a journey through fairytales, via silent film and live music.

Fri 10 Nov

£10 (£5)

Part of sound.

Late night soundsessions: Erik-Mikael Karlsson and invisiblEARts

Scotland’s collective of acousmatic composers (Robert Dow, Alistair MacDonald, Pippa Murphy, Diana Salazar and Pete Stollery) will be joined by Sweden’s Erik-Mikael Karlsson performing multi-channel electronic music, both live and pre-recorded.

Presented by sound in association with Belmont Filmhouse

Fri 27 Oct

£10 (£5)

Part of sound.

Late night soundsessions: Mark Lyken

This intimate performance brings together the distinct practices of two artists, Mark Lyken and Kevin Andrew Morris. Mark incorporates electronics with discrete sounds collected during a collaborative exhibition at The Suttie Arts Space, as well as soundings of objects created during a ceramic instrument making workshop led by Kevin Andrew Morris in October.

Promoted by Grampian Hospital Arts Trust in association with sound and Belmont Filmhouse

Fri 3 Nov

£10 (£5)

Part of sound.

Late night soundsessions: Quatuor Bozzini with Kim Myhr (12-string guitar), Caroline Bergvall (poet), Ingar Zach (percussion)

A festival highlight at the Festival International Musique Actuelle in Victoriaville, Canada, Kim Myhr’s Pressing clouds passing crowds slowly and intensely moves between sound and poetry.

Kim Myhr Pressing clouds passing crowds Ingar Zach Inside the inside

"insistent and hypnotic" All about jazz

Sat 28 Oct

£10 (£5)

Part of sound.

Late night soundsessions: You Are Wolf

KELD You Are Wolf (vocalist/composer Kerry Andrew with multi-instrumentalist Sam Hall and percussionist Peter Ashwell) present folk songs and lore with unusual, electronica-tinged arrangements.

Their new project, KELD, explores the theme of freshwater, with traditional and original songs about banshees and water sprites, vengeful rivers and wild swimming.

’keld’: the deep, smooth still part of a river

Sat 4 Nov

£10 (£5)

Part of sound.


  • 2011
  • UK
  • 1h 32min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Amit Gupta
  • Cast: Michael Sheen, Andrea Riseborough, Kimberley Nixon

Thriller set in an alternate version of World War II, as Britain is occupied by the Nazis and the female inhabitants of a Welsh village awaken to discover all their husbands missing.

Tue 21 Nov
  • 18:00

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