12/11/2019

Alice Martin’s Exhibition CTRL C

Artist Alice Martin’s new exhibition will be at the Tolbooth starting from the 28th of November! She’s written up a blog post for us all about it. Check it out below: “I am excited to announce my first solo exhibition CTRL C at Tolbooth from 28th November – 10 December 2019, Tuesday […]
31/10/2019

Sonnet Youth are coming to Stirling!

Starting from November, Sonnet Youth will be bringing their fantastic nights of live performances to the hub for regular events! If you’re unfamiliar with Sonnet Youth, here’s a bit more information on what you can expect: Sonnet Youth nights run in Glasgow, Edinburgh, and now Stirling. We are a literary rave. A […]
31/10/2019

Community Development Officer at Creative Stirling

Join us – Creative Stirling are recruiting a Community Development Officer at 44 King St! We are delighted to invite people to apply for the position of Community Development Officer at 44 King St, Creative Stirling’s hub in Stirling city centre.  The Community Development Officer will lead on the core community engagement […]

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08/05/2019

Dunblane creative meet-ups at Dunblane library

On Tuesday 7th May, local creative people from Dunblane came together at Dunblane Library to share ideas of how local artists could come together to re-energise creative projects in their area. This is the third time this group have come together at the library and, as ever, we’re grateful to Angela Seaton […]
10/04/2019

Magpie Mind

The Quickening – a day in the life of an author On 25th of April, Laura Fyfe joins 44 King St to launch her new book and pilot new workshops for emerging creative writers! You can book you tickets here Below, Laura tells us a little about the journey… Just this morning, […]
09/04/2019

Get involved! Stirling Culture Symposium

On May 23rd, the Stirling Cultural Partnership will host Stirling’s first Culture Symposium. The aim of this is to support us, through our Place Partnership work, to work together – local creatives, creatively curious, policy makers, organisations, freelancers, and everyone in-between – to celebrate and be constructively critical of what we have […]