Rob Roy Screening

See this impressive and rarely screened biopic of one of Scotland’s best-known outlaws at Stirling Castle on Thursday 7th November.

Rob Roy Screening

About Rob Roy Screening

This impressive and rarely screened biopic of one of Scotland’s best-known outlaws, stars David Hawthorne in full tartan kilt and tammy and was filmed entirely on location in Stirling Castle and the Trossachs.

This special screening of the 1922 film will be accompanied by David Allison whose score for Last of the Mohicans (HippFest 2018) received rave reviews and was selected to play at Celtic Connections 2019.

This film is rated U.

The screening takes place in the Great Hall, seating is not pre-allocated. You can buy tickets here

10% discount for Historic Scotland members. Not a Member? Join now to enjoy the benefits.

Please note parking is currently restricted on the esplanade due to ongoing works. Please allow time to find a space, or use public transport where possible.

Please book online.
For more information please contact the Events Team
events@hes.scot 0131 668 8885

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