Creel Inn

Creel Inn Games Night

Games NightFollowing the sucess of the 1st Creel Games night - we have decided to have another one!

Come along on Thursday 21st from 7pm onwards and take part in a variety of different games!

There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd and last place!

Hope to see you there!

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Mearns Restaurant to be Transformed into Recording Studio

Mearns Today
Local singer/songwriter Dave Ramsay from Catterline has been working on the project for over a year, and, in conjunction with Ray Milne, will present a showcase of 15 local musicians on April 21. The concert and subsequent double CD will raise funds ...

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Do something funny for money!!

Red Nose Day at The Creel Inn
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No Hot Ashes return to The Creel

No Hot Ashes are back at The Creel on 14th January following their appearance at the first Creelstock music day last August. The band’s line up has changed since then and now features two lead guitarists, our own Charlie McIntosh and Chas Bursatori recently arrived in Aberdeen from Houston, Texas. Expect helpings of Southern and Chicago blues/rock together with some NHA favourites to warm up a January Friday night!


No Hot Ashes


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Art Exhibition in Creel Inn


Creel Inn Art Exhibition Poster


Since we were unable to hold our Christmas exhibition, we do hope that some of you might be able to come along on the afternoon of Sunday 9th January or failing that, at any time you can manage over the first month of the year.

The exhibition will continue until early February 2011.

This exhibition will showcase some new directions for both artists, with Jane exploring the imagery potential of the family of Highland Cows which live in the field next door to her, as well as, playing with new collage and mixed media abstracts and landscapes.

Trina continues her experimentation with miniature images, generally working using collage techniques and layering various subjects within each piece.

Jane will also be showing a body of work inspired by her emotional responses to places she has lived in or passed through.

We hope to see you there.

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