Protest, the new play from Hannah Lavery (Lament for Sheku Bayoh, Drift) and directed by Northern Stage’s own Natalie Ibu (Artistic Director of Northern Stage, Road, The White Card), comes to Orkney Theatre on Thursday 18 May.
On now until the 30th of May is an exhibition of work by Giuliana Criscuolo, ‘Solar Winds and Limpid Seas’ at The Workshop & Loft Gallery, St Margarets Hope. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Ian Wilson is an artist living in Orkney who is interested in hidden and untold stories. He uses digital and mixed media art to create curiosity as to what those stories might have been as well as giving opportunities for new stories to emerge.
How we see our landscapes through the use of maps is the theme of a fascinating exhibition in Orkney Library, Kirkwall.
“This new church, manse and glebe was given the name of Mansefield and was only the second Secession Church to have its own place of worship in Orkney, Kirkwall being the first.”
The National Transport Trust plaque will be unveiled on Friday 12th May (78th anniversary of the opening of the barriers) by two Vice -Presidents of the National Transport Trust, John Cameron and John Yellowlees.
(Officially the Republic of the Marshall Islands) Today, 1 May, and every year since 1979, Marshall Islanders have celebrated the Independence Day of this Pacific state
Image by Mirran Hall. Words by Sara Teasdale
“A voyage of discovery to be as “well” as a chronically ill person can be”
On 30th of April 1952, Mr Potato Head, became the first toy to be advertised on American television.