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The Yellow On The Broom

The Yellow On The Broom

The Yellow On The Broom - Dundee Rep - Tue 28th Aug - Sat 22 Sep. Macrobert Arts Centre Wed 26 - Sat 29 Sep. Adapted for stage by Anne Downie - from the novel by Betsy Whyte. Directed by Andrew Paton.

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First Scots Café Launched in Glasgow

First Scots Café Launched in Glasgow

The 1st of September 2018 sees the launch of The Scots Cafe, a combined lesson series and conversation cafe. Beginning in Glasgow we'll provide online support and begin to roll out cafes across Scotland.

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Kresanna Aigner – Director, Findhorn Bay Festival

Kresanna Aigner – Director, Findhorn Bay Festival

The Findhorn Bay Festival is gearin up tae pit on a spectacular six day celebration o Arts an Culture. Ivints are bein staged roon Findhorn Bay fae the 26th tae the 1st October an will showcase artists nationally and internationally renowned. Frieda Morrison met up wi...

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Dr Michael Dempster Announced as Scots Screiver

Dr Michael Dempster Announced as Scots Screiver

Dr Michael Dempster has just been named as the successful Scots Scriever and will soon begin his two-year residency at the National Library of Scotland. Growing up speaking Scots at home, Dr Dempster has made the Scots language a prominent feature of his academic and...

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Scots Radio Nominated for Award in Celtic Media Festival 2018

Scots Radio Nominated for Award in Celtic Media Festival 2018

For the third year in a row Scots Radio has received a nomination in the prestigious Celtic Media Awards. This online radio programme stands out in modern media schedules as it’s presented in the Scots language, and celebrates Scots life, history and culture. Scots...

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The Messiah in Doric translated by Gordon Hay

The Messiah in Doric translated by Gordon Hay

Doric Messiah - translated by Gordon Hay - conducted by Paul Mealor A worlds-first - Handel's Messiah in Doric will have its world premiere on Saturday March 10th! All info: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/elphinstone/events/12871/

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Doric Messiah

Doric Messiah

Join us for the Doric Messiah, a singing workshop and performance of selections from Handel's Messiah, hosted by The Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, in partnership with the Music Department, University of Aberdeen. Conducted by internationally acclaimed...

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Bothy Ballads 2018

Bothy Ballads 2018

Congratulations tae the Balladeers and guests - The pupils o New Elgin Primary School set the high standard wi guests fae Shetland Maggie Adamson an Brian Nicholson. Judges (nae an easy job) - Dr Margaret Bennett an Scot Gardiner. FIT A NICHT... Winners: Joe Aitken,...

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Burns Special

Burns Special

Join Scots Radio as they stravaig the Royal Mile in Embra, looking at how the Bard is commemorated this year. Featuring Donald Smith, heid o the Scottish Storytelling Centre, and an exhibition on Burns’ fiery politics. Includes a stunning rendition of the Tam o...

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Clavie

Clavie

For mony years efter the reformation, Christmas had nae place in Scotland, so Hogmanay bore the gree in terms o winter celebrations an traditions. Een o the auldest traditions is the fire festivals o the North East Coast and Shetland. Oor reporter Alistair Heather met...

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