“This powerful exploration of the pressures and influences on Thora brings new light on the life and story of Magnus seen from the viewpoint of an exploited yet indomitable woman of great spirit who chose not to be a victim.”
The Witch Experience runs from January through to March 2022, during which time participants will take part in several creative activities where they gradually get to develop a historical character.
The first proper scripted musical comedy – 1922’s Stella the Bajanella – written by student Eric Linklater
Nursery and Primary 1 classes in Orkney are experiencing the acclaimed children’s theatre production Potato Needs a Bath in an exciting new way at school.
On the 27th of September 1993 the first episode of Cracker was shown on ITV.
The 43rd St Magnus International Festival takes place from Friday 21st to Thursday 27th June.
“There is no vetting for Orkney Free Fringe festival. No hoops to jump through. Nobody saying No. A true people’s festival. And it’s on our doorstep!”
What you are about to read is a play, a one act play.
The younger pupils of St Andrews, Burray and the Hope schools enjoyed an afternoon of theatre from the Catherine Wheels touring company.
“This year we have two performances that touch on contemporary themes of friendship, migration and courage that children can really connect with.”