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Dean Owens set to play Mareel and Muckle Roe

Posted by on February 27th, 2015 No Comments
Edinburgh based singer / songwriter Dean Owens will return to Shetland in April to play a duo of gigs at Mareel and Muckle Roe. Owens is no stranger to Shetland, his association with the islands having begun several years back when he and his then band The Felsons’ first stormed the Shetland Folk Festival, winning… Read the rest...

World Premier of Kai Fisher’s Last Dream (On Earth) comes to Mareel

Posted by on February 27th, 2015 No Comments
  Shetland Arts is to host the world premier of Kai Fisher’s new production Last Dream (On Earth), at Mareel on 15th April. The production, which has been developed in association with the National Theatre of Scotland and Tron Theatre, opens in Glasgow, before going on tour to St Andrews, Paisley, Shetland and Inverness. Last… Read the rest...

Anderson High students interview The Crucible actress Marama Corlett.

Posted by on February 26th, 2015 1 Comment
Marama Corlett in The Crucible Fans of theatre are in for a real treat this weekend as Arthur Miller’s The Crucible comes to the big screen in Mareel. Recorded live at the Old Vic Theatre in London, starring Richard Armitage  (The Hobbit) and directed by Yaël Farber, The Crucible is Arthur Miller’s classic American tale… Read the rest...

Chris Rigby: Between Rocks and Hard Places

Posted by on February 25th, 2015 No Comments
Chris Rigby, Between Rocks and Hard Places Paul Boyle, Hullscapes Bonhoga Gallery 28 February – 12 April Public opening: Friday 27 February, 6-7.30pm After the arresting exhibition of work of Don McCullin, Bonhoga is marking a distinct change in atmosphere with the opening this Friday of two spectacular exhibitions of landscape imagery. Both shows are… Read the rest...

Public invited take part in survey on future of theatre in Shetland

Posted by on February 11th, 2015 No Comments
Following discussions at The Garrison Theatre in early January, Shetland Arts is inviting members of the public to take part in a survey to gather thoughts and views from interested parties on what their hopes and ambitions are for the future development of theatre in Shetland. The survey includes only one question: what are your… Read the rest...