This venue on Shandwick Street, Tain, was built in 1814 as a church and remained as a church until 1940’s when it was taken over by Tain Town Council and became the Town Hall. It was refurbished in 1976 and renamed The Duthac Centre. With seating for up to 400 people The Duthac Centre hosts a wide range of Social, Arts, Sports, Music, Dance and Wedding functions. We are delighted, once again, to invite a hugely popular interactive drumming workshop here for the youngsters (and also not so young folk!) on Saturday 16th September in the afternoon and one of Scotland’s leading writers of historical fiction on Saturday evening. Check out our website and brochure to find out who the author is. Don’t forget to book your tickets in advance.
5 minutes’ walk from town centre. I min. by car
Food and drink not available. (NB Refreshments provided on Saturday evening as part of ticket price.)