The Orkney Brewery has launched a new beer called Long Strides, inspired by the Orcadian explorer John Rae, who in the mid-19th Century discovered the North-West passage and the fate of the Franklin expedition which had been seeking it.
St Magnus Cathedral Graffiti Project leaflet launched
“The changes are intended to clarify some areas of confusion and introduce a new ‘hierarchy of priority’ which puts safety, and pedestrians, first. “
An Orkney Tapestry with Erlend Cooper. Orcadian musician and composer Erland Cooper will be featured on the Between the Ears programme An Orkney Tapestry on BBC Radio 3 today (Sunday 10th October), […]
The acronym NFT, which stands for Non-Fungible Token, seems to have the art world buzzing at the moment. As an artist myself I have been looking into the implications of this development […]
Orcadian hard rock/metal band Electric Mother have recently released their second album: Electric Mother II. A long time in the making, fans of the genre would do well to give it a […]
Neofeud is a point-and-click adventure game in the vein of such classics as Beneath a Steel Sky or Broken Sword.
Review of ‘How Scotland Lost Her Parliament and what came of it’ by Charles Waddie, 1891, available now on the Random Scottish History website.
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm, the animated story of The Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society, has been selected to be shown at three film festivals this Summer. This provides an opportunity […]
Iron Maiden at Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre On Saturday the 4th of August 2018, heavy metal institution Iron Maiden brought their Legacy of the Beast tour to Scotland for a single […]