On 16th of April 1746 the Jacobite army was defeated by the Hanoverians on the moor at Culloden, near Inverness.
Septentrional Exhibition at Northlight, Stromness
The exhibition at The Northlight Gallery Stromness is open from 10.30 to 5pm, till Thursday 20th April
When going to the cinema in Orkney was run by the Education Department
“the service was delivered personally by a single operator Sandy Wylie, who travelled to the islands with projector, screen, speaker, transformer, gramophone, records, sundry cables and spares—as well as films”
What is Your Adventure Story?
The Scottish Book Trust is looking for a series of stories which they will publish in a free book to be distributed during Book Week Scotland
“The film captures perfectly the bright optimism and heroic kindness of Clark Kent/Superman something more recent films obsessed with being dark and gritty fail at”
“In the last letter that I had from France
You thanked me for the silver Easter egg”
Space Notes: Capt. Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown, RN
“Eric Brown, originally from Leith – listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s most experienced test pilot with 487 different types, not counting variants such as 14 marks of Spitfire and Seafire “
Today, April 9th, is Georgia’s National Unity Day
World, The Flesh And The Devil: #OnThisDay
On 9th of April 1914, ‘World, The Flesh and The Devil, premièred at the Holborn Empire, High Holborn, London, as part of a Kinemacolor season.
Mànran in May with Orkney Rocks! Choir
Fans of folk band Mànran will be pleased that the band will be at The Orkney Theatre, Kirkwall on Saturday 6th May 2023.