Latest events at Universal Hall

2 Apr 2013 in Film, Moray, Music

Thu 11th Apr, 7.30pm


£15/£12 concs

A member of the legendary band, Runrig, arrives at the Universal Hall in Findhorn on 11th April. Former frontman, Donnie Munro, who has enjoyed considerable further success as a solo artist and writer, has recently embarked on a series of acoustic shows in which he has taken the opportunity of revisiting a wide range of material spanning his career with Runrig and with his own band. His new acoustic project has already resulted in major sell out shows in Denmark, and this concert is part of his Spring 2013 UK tour. Besides his incredible success with Runrig, Donnie’s Heart of America, won Album of the Year in the Scottish TradMusic Awards. You’ll find tickets at the Phoenix shop on the Park site at Findhorn (tel 01309 690110) or online at


Fri 12th April, 7:30pm

The Master

£5/£4 concs/£3 U16s

Pay on the door

This recent movie follows the journey of an American naval veteran (Joaquin Phoenix) who arrives home at the end of World War II unsettled and uncertain of his future – until he is tantalized by The Cause and its charismatic leader (Philip Seymour Hoffman), whose character is loosely based on L. Ron Hubbard of Scientology fame. The film is directed by the always interesting, Paul Thomas Anderson, and poses interesting questions about the psychological state of the military and indeed the whole population at the end of World War 2 – a time of enormous change across the globe. It is rated: 15, with a running time of two hours and 24 mins.

Source: Universal Hall