“We’re delighted to be hosting such an exciting delegation of poets from the Scottish Isles to perform at StAnza’s online, hybrid festival.”
“Sorry folks, but it looks like The Orkney Blues Festival on-line extravaganza, isn’t happening – the best laid schemes and all that.”
Alison McCall of the Aberdeen Women’s Alliance, took us a half hour stroll not only round parts of the city but through the lives of some of the women who had lived there.
From comics and zines to screenplay and comedy, poetry to narrative gaming, stencil art to novels, and song writing to spoken word, there is something for everyone – and it is all free of charge at Aberdeen University’s WayWORD Festival from 23rd to 27th of September.
A series of short films are being released over the week and culminate in a live question and answer session on Friday 17 July, 12.30-1.30pm.
The Square in the Park event will take place at Castle Fraser near Inverurie on Saturday, 7th September 2019.
The popular biennial Orkney Garden Festival, supported by SERCO Northlink, gets underway this week