Ullapool Village Hall
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Welcome to the website of our traditional hall, located on Market Street in
the heart of the historical conservation area of Ullapool, Wester Ross, in the
north west Highlands of Scotland.
"It's so big and light and airy - it just makes me want to dance!"
We offer a range of flexible venues:
- the main hall - large and airy with a new floor;
- a medium sized committee or meeting room;
- a side room, adjacent to both the kitchen and main hall - suitable for
storing food and drink; as a waiting room, breakout room, dressing room or
quiet area; or a space for messy activities;
- a large foyer and conservatory with comfortable seating;
- a well equipped kitchen with serving hatch.
The newly refurbished Village Hall is a stunning venue for:
- Music, drama and other performing arts events;
- Wedding receptions and other functions;
- Conferences, meetings and corporate events;
- Ceilidhs, parties, anniversaries and celebrations;
- Fundraising events;
- Training courses;
- Youth organisations;
Please take a look around our site and contact us
if we can help with any queries or questions you might have.
Please have a look at our Gallery for some pictures of
the Hall and events.
Take a look at Find Us for details on where we are and
how to get here.
Our Links will take you to some other useful sites
around the area and help organise any trip or event here.
in the Village Hall
Some fantastic bands are playing in Ullapool Village Hall this month. Get the
dates in your diary now as none of these gigs should be missed.
The first is on Saturday 17th December when the band Manran are
appearing stars of BBC Alba, taking Celtic Connections by storm last year and
very recent Scots Trad Music Awards winners of Album of the Year & best Gaelic
Singer of the Year. High energy, stomping tunes . . . tickets from the Ceilidh
The second band is Skerryvore, playing on 30th December also
multi-award winning (including recently winning the Scots Trad Music Award for
Best Live Band), and going down a storm at Loopallu this year. . .
soul-gripping songs and blazing bagpipes . . electrically fused with rock and
funk . . . See their website for tickets.
The final band is Mairearad Greens at the Hogmanay Ceilidh Dance.
Well known both locally and internationally, and shortlisted for the Trad Music
Awards, her songs are . . genius . . (Eddie Reader)! A favourite Ullapool
Hogmanay band last year, and the year before . . . . tickets for this gig are at