Cinderella – Eden Court Theatre

Cinderella will be at the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness from Wednesday 26th – Saturday 29th January 2011 performed by the Scottish Ballet. Cinderella is one of the Scottish Ballet’s most popular productions and is directed by Ashley Page.

Cinderella Story

This much adored fairytale has been re-worked and described as being a decadent Vivienne Westwood meets Andy Warhol 18th Century France whilst our heroine looks to find happiness. The score penned by Prokofiev will be performed live by the Scottish Ballet Orchestra.

The Scottish Ballet’s talented dancers bring the Cinderella characters to life and offer a spectacular mix of classical and mordern dance which is both original and exciting to see.

Tickets are available from the Eden Court Theatre by calling 01463-234234 or Online via the Eden Court Box Office. If you are staying in Inverness to see Cinderella book your accommodation via the Inverness Guest House Association – B&B Inverness.


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Westlife in concert at Cawdor Castle

Irish pop favourites Westlife have confirmed they will be performing at Cawdor Castle on Saturday 28 August.

The Press & Journal reports “DEMAND is so hot for tickets for the Westlife concert at Cawdor Castle near Inverness that a further 2,000 have been released.

A total of 12,000 fans will now flock to the historic castle, with its links to Shakespeare’s Macbeth.”

The tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster or from 01667 404401.

The extra visitors to the area will put pressure on Inverness B&Bs over what is already one of the busiest weekends of the tourist calendar. For help in finding high quality Inverness accommodation, click on our Inverness bed and breakfast association website.


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Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland – Ladies Driving Challenge 2010 – Inverness

Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland will be holding a Ladies Driving Challenge 2010 event in Inverness, on Sunday 5 September.

There are currently places available for this fantastic event – which last year included these vehicles: fire engines, double decker buses, police vehicles, artic Lorries, 7 person conference bike and a massive excavator!

This is promising to be a great day out, as well a very worthwhile fund raising challenge – so sign up now!

You can arrange your accommodation for this event via the Inverness Guest House Association, offering a selection of the best B&Bs in Inverness.


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Eating out in Inverness – Johnny Foxes Pub

On Thursday four of us enjoyed dinner at Johnny Foxes Pub and Restaurant – it was great!

Courgette and white wine soup, served in a baked bap, was delicious. Two of us had fillet steak – tender, tasty and cooked just as ordered – you wouldn’t find better anywhere. The fish (haddock) and chips was also first rate. We had a very palatable bottle of Chilean red wine with our meal. The service from barman Tyce was excellent – friendly and efficient.

Johnny Foxes has live music every evening, with with the finest bands offering a wide range of Popular, Traditional, Scottish and Irish music.

Adjoining Johnny Foxes is the newest addition to the Inverness club scene, the Den, offering fabulous cocktails, tapas, and great music.

Johnny Foxes
is in a great riverside location near the centre of Inverness. Your Inverness B&B host will be happy to give you more information and to reserve a table for you. For a great selection of top Highland accommodation take a look at our Inverness guest house and bed & breakfast association website.


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Ness Soaps of Inverness – fine soaps from the Highlands

Ness Soaps produces a wonderful selection of quality, locally produced hand crafted soaps. The range includes gift selections, novelty soaps (Nessie monsters, thistles, dolphins, hearts), and beautifully presented soap blocks, in a fabulous array of delectable scents such as lavender, lemon, geranium, lime, lemongrass, rose geranium, grapefruit, rosemary.

Ness Soaps is a social enterprise business founded in 2006 to provide opportunities for adults with learning or physical difficulties or who are long term unemployed. It now employs 2 full time and 1 part time members of staff, and provides work placements for 19 adults.

The soaps can be purchased from Araveli Gift Shop in the Inverness Victorian Market and, from the summer onwards, from Ness Soaps’ soon to be opened shop in Strothers Lane.

Ness Soaps is supported by members of the Inverness Guest House Association, Trafford Bank and Moyness House, which both provide these delicious soaps to their guests.


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