Posted by Emily Sharp on August 24th, 2011
Wordplay 2011, the tenth Book Festival is run by Shetland Arts Development Agency. The festival will be held in
Islesburgh Community Centre, in Lerwick and will feature a stunning cast of writers, comedians, journalists, broadcasters, visual artists, no less than three makers (poet laureates) and at least one CBE. It will run from 6.30pm on… Read the rest...
Shetland Youth Theatre Performs Oscar Wilde’s ‘Salome’
Posted by Emily Sharp on August 18th, 2011
For a company that has a reputation for staging theatrical productions in unusual, site specific locations, Shetland Youth Theatre would at first sight appear to have embraced tradition by electing to perform its latest production at the Garrison Theatre next week.
The production in question is Oscar Wilde’s 1891 classic piece Salome. Based on the… Read the rest...
Voluntary Arts Survey – a Chance to Win 300 Pounds
Posted by Emily Sharp on August 11th, 2011
Voluntary Arts Scotland have just launched the National Voluntary Arts Survey which is aimed at finding out the size, range and function of the voluntary arts and crafts sector in Scotland. They are looking for arts and craft groups throughout Scotland to contribute to this research by completing a survey which will get entered into… Read the rest...
Shetland Youth Theatre Summer Production
Posted by Emily Sharp on July 20th, 2011
This year’s Shetland Youth Theatre Summer Production will be Salome by Oscar Wilde. The first meeting and rehearsal will be on Tuesday 26th July in the Garrison Theatre at 2pm. Dates for the rehearsal schedule will be discussed at this meeting and performances will take place at the end of August.
Anyone who can’t make… Read the rest...