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Wild shetland through the seasons.
Local naturalist Brydon Thomason’s new book Wild Shetland through the seasons has received rave reviews since it was published at the end of last year. Here wildlife broadcaster Simon King, well known to the Shetland audience, offers his take on a book that can be marvelled at over and over again.
Our reviewer Kathy Hubbard thoroughly enjoyed a ‘rambunctious and cheerfully anarchic’ production of the panto classic ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, which had its opening night on Tuesday
Helen Kerr reviews Pollyanna Paradox, an original audio play exploring the felt impact of coercive control on a family, with creative input from survivors of domestic abuse.
Helen Kerr reviews ‘Cast Out’ – a melancholy tale of Shetland’s darker history, written by Lesley Leslie, performed by Islesburgh Drama Group and directed/produced by Jennie Atkinson
Helen Kerr reviews You Made Me: Oliver, performed by Islesburgh Drama Group at the Garrison Theatre as part of Shetland Arts’ Refresh Now programme on 30 April.
Helen Kerr reviews Prisoner of War, written by Lesley Leslie, directed by Jennie Atkinson, performed by Islesburgh Drama Group and broadcast on BBC Radio Shetland last week
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