Enjoy an exclusive private view of the Linda McCartney Retrospective exhibition while sampling some of the creative talents to emerge from Kintyre; the area that inspired and engaged Linda during some of her most productive years.
At this ‘after-hours’ experience of the extensive photographic collection you can listen to the musical talents of The Lorne MacDougall trio, led by one of Scotland’s leading contemporary musicians, and sample the unique flavours of Kintyre Gin, distilled on the beautiful East Coast of the Kintyre Peninsula.
Two sessions are available: First Entry @ 18:00 and Second Entry @ 19:15. Each session is limited to 150 people. Exhibition open until 21:15.
Ticket price is £30 (plus booking fee) and includes:
• Exclusive evening access to the Linda McCartney Retrospective exhibition
• A Kintyre Gin G&T and opportunity to meet the producers.
• A drinks token to be redeemed at the bar
• Live music from the Lorne MacDougall Trio
• An exhibition catalogue
• A ’take-away’ size Kintyre Gin to enjoy at home
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