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Arts / Mareel to open doors on Tuesdays again
Arts / Local training solution proposed for door steward shortageBut the idea of having promoters chip in for the cost of training has not been met with open arms
Reviews / Papering over cracks and why it’s time to stop
Community / Saws, spades and strimmers among items likely to be on offer at first ‘tool library’
Arts / Mareel not taking new bookings between January and AprilMeanwhile Shetland Arts has confirmed no Hogmanay event will take place at Mareel due to the shortage of certified door stewards
Arts / Bairns book launch to kick off new arts programme
Arts / Arts programme aims to support community recovery from Covid
Arts / Twelfth Day relishing being back in front of live audiencesGenre-bending duo looking forward to Mareel gig
Reviews / Wordplay 2021: Identity, creativity and a strong sense of placeShetland’s annual literature festival Wordplay, celebrating its 20th birthday this year, comes to an end later today (Sunday). Alex Purbrick went along for Shetland News and spoke to local and visiting authors
Reviews / Welcome back to Screenplay – ‘we’re still here!’Celebrating life amongst dark times is a powerful theme running through this year’s Screenplay film festival, writes Alex Purbrick.
Reviews / Packed Mareel crowd laps up sparkling performance from ReaderSinger marks 40 years on stage in her own inimitable style
Coronavirus / Social distancing measures to be removed from Mareel and Bonhoga next week
Living Lerwick - The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Beacon Trail - 30 April - 12 June
Arts / Sculpture trail creates new talking point on the street
Arts / New sculpture brings touch of art to Lerwick
Arts / Series of films document Vivian taking her art out walkingThe project explored ways of engaging with audiences in the time of Covid
Arts / Student showcase to give audience rare chance to see live music
Arts / Shona chosen for San Antonio art exchange projectThe two artists’ work will feed into debate about the climate emergency
Reviews / Exploring what makes us who we areHelen 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.
Reviews / Innovative theatre at a time curtains are still down and doors closedHelen Kerr reviews A Life of Wir Choosin, performed by Islesburgh Drama Group, written by Lesley Leslie, directed and produced by Jennie Atkinson and presented as part of Shetland Arts’ Refresh Now programme on 23 April.
Arts / Screenplay and Wordplay to return this year
Arts / Arts programme draws to a close after busy few weeksShetland Arts chief Graeme Howell said it has been ‘inspiring to see the huge range and quality of work being produced even during these challenging times’
Coronavirus / Arts agency sets out anticipated Mareel reopening date
Arts / From grindcore to indie as local bands picked for arts project
News round-up / MSP repeats call for testing, Fishermen’s Mission funding, archive film exhibition, youth arts grants, offshore SAR contract
Arts / Bands and musicians wanted for arts project
Arts / Performances could return to Garrison in April
Arts / Plans for art trail in centre of Lerwick gather pace
Arts / Local artists to create new work for spring project
Arts / Couper brothers bring much needed feel-good factorTalent bursting from Mareel stage during socially-distanced album launch
Features / Local musicians philosophical and resilient in the face of Covid-19 havocAbsence of live scene has overhauled touring musicians’ working life
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