Whit’s on this weekend?
There’s plenty of things to see and do in Orkney, this weekend. Check out our website to find out more…
Interested in photography?
For one day only Cary Welling will be opening up her studio at the Northlight Gallery, Stomness, for a display of her own photography.
To catch it, head along to the Northlight Gallery this Saturday between 10am and 4pm.
Andrea Freund, a PhD student at the Institute for Northern Studies, will be giving a guided talk of her latest exhibition at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall.
Runes in Orkney, a Millennium of Writing; New Research by Andrea Freund is a study of this ancient form of writing and the legacy it has left us — some of which is described as “unexpected and disturbing.”
The talk will be taking place this Saturday at 2pm.
A new exhibition will be opening at the Loft Gallery, St. Margarets Hope, this Saturday.
The Rise of the Machines will be a display of steam traction, maritime, aviation and vintage vehicle art by Brian Case.
The St Andrews Drama Club will be holding a night of song, dance and theatre in the Tankerness Hall tonight, 7.30pm.
The evening will include songs from KAOS, a performance by Jo Davies’ dancers and the play The Witches of Prestwick.
Tickets cost £5 at the door.
The Kirkjuvagr Ceilidh Band will be stirring up a dance at The Commodore, Holm, this Saturday.
If you fancy a dance, tickets are £7.50 at the door and include supper.
The Orkney Traditional Music Project will be hosting a Family Prize Bingo tonight in the King Street Halls, Kirkwall.
Participants can look forward to supper, live music and a raffle.
If you fancy taking part, doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
If you fancy catching a flick this weekend, there’s plenty on show at The Phoenix Cinema, Kirkwall.
- Oscar-winning film, Green Book (12A), will be showing all weekend.
- For the little ones, it’s the sequel we’ve all been waiting for… Lego Movie 2 (U), will have several showings on both Saturday and Sunday.
- Another one for kids and super hero fans — Phoenix Kids will be holding two screening of Spider-man: Into The Spider Verse (PG) on Saturday at 2.45pm and again on Sunday at 12.30pm.