Every year, Imaginate, The Bank of Scotland International Children’s Festival brings the best theatre available for children and young people to Scotland. Over recent years companies have travelled outside Edinburgh and performed in different parts of the country. Once again Shetland Arts is delighted that once again a company is coming from the…
Story of a FamilyPosted by Mary Smith on May 29th, 2009 No Comments
Building BiographiesPosted by Mary Smith on April 17th, 2009 No Comments
The 4th biennial survey of architecture in Scotland is the starting point for the next exhibition at the Bonhoga Gallery, Weisdale Mill. It is entitled Building Biographies and is on tour from The Lighthouse, Scotland’s National Architecture and Design Centre, in Glasgow. It is a self contained exhibition featuring recent projects from Scotland…
YUF Theatre Shetland Perform BlackoutPosted by Mary Smith on March 21st, 2009 No Comments
A major theatre event is being performed in Yell tonight and tomorrow night. The members of Shetland Youth Theatre are combining with those from YUF Theatre Shetland to perform Blackout by Glasgow writer Davey Anderson.
The production is being performed as part of New Connections the celebration of youth theatre organised by the…
Reaching Across – Jennifer Talbot exhibitionPosted by Mary Smith on March 13th, 2009 No Comments
Textiles take over Shetland Arts’ Bonhoga Gallery with the new exhibition, entitled Reaching Across by Cambridge based artist Jennifer Talbot, previewing on Friday 20 March at 7.30 pm and running until 19 April 2009. Everyone is welcome to attend the opening and meet the artist.
Jennifer Talbot was born in Tanzania, brought up…
Close – Allan Pollok-Morris exhibitionPosted by Mary Smith on February 7th, 2009 No Comments
Described as ‘a hymn to the Scottish garden’ the exhibition close opens at the Bonhoga Gallery on 13th February 2009, documenting Allan Pollok-Morris’s journey through works of garden designers, plants people, artists and architects. The gardens are created against the natural backdrops of the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands of Scotland, and united by