Archive for December, 2010

Bonhoga Gallery & Cafe January Closure

Posted by on December 23rd, 2010 No Comments
Bonhoga Gallery and Cafe are currently closed for refurbishment. It will reopen on 29th January 2011 with the the Royal Photographic Society’s 153rd International Print Exhibition - over 120 prints from photographers across the world that will fill the building on all floors. Shetland Arts is proud to be hosting a leg of this prestigious… Read the rest...

Michael Janisch Quintet: Friday 17 Cancelled

Posted by on December 17th, 2010 No Comments
Due to weather conditions affecting travel Michael Janisch Quintet at Sandwick Social Club Tonight (Friday 17 Dec, 2010) has been cancelled. Please contact Shetland Box Office, Islesburgh Community Centre, 01595 745555 for full refund on cancelled event. At the moment Saturday’s performances are going ahead as planned.  … Read the rest...

Bonhoga Gallery Late Night Opening

Posted by on December 15th, 2010 No Comments
Tonight (Wednesday 15th) is late night shopping night at the Bonhoga Gallery. Come and join us until 8pm on Wednesday 15th December for a magical Christmas shopping experience at the Sprickle an’ Peester exhibition. The gallery is full of the perfect gifts for Christmas (see photographs on Flickr). The cafe will be open too! (Weather… Read the rest...

Michael Janisch Quintet – Purpose Built tour – 17 to 19 Dec

Posted by on December 8th, 2010 1 Comment
Shetland is to host some of the world’s finest young jazz musicians next weekend when the Michael Janisch Quintet make their way north during their Purpose Built tour. Michael Janisch An eclectic mix of everything from Latin and swing to soul, groove and the avant garde can be expected from Janisch’s band at evening concerts… Read the rest...

Last Bricks in Flicks screening

Posted by on December 6th, 2010 No Comments
On Tuesday 7th December the Shetland Film Club will be showing Of Time and the City at the NAFC Marine Centre at 7:30pm. Mark Kermode’s favourite film of 2008, which he describes as “at once heartbreaking and hilarious, with Davies’ gorgeously ripe narration rolling like heady wine around a half-filled glass, this life affirming memoir….grows… Read the rest...