Shetland Youth Theatre to perform Ubu Roi in Lerwick play-park this month
Posted by Lisa Ward on June 3rd, 2014
Shetland Youth Theatre has announced that it is to perform one of its most original productions to date: a version of Ubu Roi (King Ubu), written in 1896 by the French playwright Alfred Jarry, live in a play-park in Lerwick this month.
The group has always embraced the challenge of performing in unusual venues and… Read the rest...
CATS to come to Shetland
Posted by Lisa Ward on April 22nd, 2014
Kirkwall Operatic Society in association with Shetland Arts presents an amateur production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group…
11 – 13 July 2014 @ The Garrison Theatre, Lerwick
Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber. Based on ‘Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats’ by T.S. Eliot
Shetland Arts and Kirkwall Amateur Operatic Society (KAOS) are happy… Read the rest...
Time to Shine Shetland – Youth Arts Strategy
Posted by Bryan Peterson on January 31st, 2014
Time to Shine is a new opportunity for young people in all parts of Shetland to really get involved in the arts activities they want. Time to Shine is being launched by Creative Scotland. Shetland Arts is working with Shetland Islands Council’s Creative Links and Youth Services to make this happen in Shetland. Young people… Read the rest...
Great March events @ Mareel
Posted by Lisa Ward on January 28th, 2014
Catriona McKay & Olov Johansson to perform concert on Scottish harp & Swedish nyckelharpa, plus stand-up comedy with academics from Bright Club North this March in Mareel
Shetland Arts is pleased to announce two unique live events at Mareel this March: a concert by Catriona McKay & Olov Johansson on Scottish harp and Swedish nyckelharpa… Read the rest...
International Art Haul relates to Shetland show
Posted by Lisa Ward on November 5th, 2013
Entartet – created by Kai Fischer in association with Vanishing Point Theatre Company and CCA Glasgow, presented at Bonhoga by Shetland Arts.
In a bizarre twist of fate, the news this week that German police have recovered 1,500 modernist artworks confiscated as “degenerate art” by the Nazis or taken from Jewish collectors in the 1930s… Read the rest...