Orkney International Science Festival talk premieres, Sunday
On 5th of September 1698 Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia, introduced a beard tax.
Jupiter is much further from the Sun than Mars and is passed by the Earth every 13 months, so it’s brilliant in the night sky for much of every year.
“We are proud to recognize and celebrate the efforts of this community that spent a decade raising awareness and encouraging residents to embrace their connection with the night sky. “
“First hips on the Rosa Rugosa……Looking all shiny and luscious”
The exhibition includes frames of an animation Martin Laird is currently working on
The Orkney Winter Choir and Orkney Camerata have been shortlisted for the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Inspiration Award
Since the closure we’ve been meaning to go along, lean on the gate, and see how the site is faring.
Two photographers, Mark Ferguson and Alan Savage, are sharing the windows at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness to show us some images of Flotta and St Magnus as part of FLOW Photofest.
The Tapestry is a thing of extraordinary love, telling the story of Scotland through the ages.