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Arts / Another million Spotify streams for EamonnComposer says ‘80,000 people tune into my songs every day’
Arts / Americana act to bring ‘eclectic’ music to Mareel
Arts / Screenplay to take audiences on ‘rollercoaster of emotions’
Arts / Rockers launch crowdfunder to help pay for UK tour
Arts / Cinema funding should see more films shown across isles
Arts / Sanjeev Bhaskar among names announced for Screenplay
Arts / Dutch musician offers concert in return for lift to Norway
Arts / Comedian Alan Carr to head north
Arts / Travelling artist puts suitcase on show
Arts / Aly Bain postpones gigs after heart surgery
Arts / Kayak book to launch in Lerwick
Arts / Youth theatre to celebrate 25th anniversary with Shakespeare play
Arts / Wordplay set for musical twist
Arts / Volunteers sought to explore idea of independent Garrison Theatre
Arts / Legendary piece of Scottish theatre comes to Mareel
Arts / Grayson Perry vases to head north
Arts / Adam returns to isles for night of ‘life-affirming’ tunes
Arts / Authors in running for awardsMalachy Tallack and Donald S Murray have been nominated for their latest novels.
Arts / Crowdfunding success for book on mother and child bondChildren’s book on ‘life, love and breastfeeding’ to be published soon
Arts / Sea Life exhibition raises funds for wildlife sanctuary
Arts / Folk Festival local artist line-up announced
Arts / Gods and monsters to descend on museum
Arts / Accordion and fiddle club up for awardTHE SHETLAND Accordion & Fiddle Club has been nominated for a national traditional music award.
Arts / Mareel recording studio opens its doorsAN OPEN day is being held at Mareel this weekend to give people a chance to learn more about its recording studio.
Arts / Former weatherman wins Rhoda Bulter awardGEOLOGY tour guide and former Sella Ness weatherman Allen Fraser has won this year’s Rhoda Bulter award for his Shetland dialect short story Mairweet, Mairweet.
Arts / ‘Persistence and patience’ pays off for local photographerA LOCAL photographer has had his work seen across the world after he was asked to shoot images in London for the New York Times.
Arts / Mach exhibition at Bonhoga
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