Shetland Dates are Set for 2012!

12 December 2011

Shetland Dates are Set for 2012!

A number of dates have now been set for events happening in Shetland next year. The following is just a small taste of some of the exciting events that this island group is offering. There is something for everyone in Shetland so keep on the look out for more events as they are advertised:

 

21st January to 1st March 2012 - Dennis Coutts Sixties Exposure Exhibition: http://www.shetlandarts.org/upcoming-exhibitions/ 

 

31st January 2012 - Fiery Sessions:                                                  http://www.shetlandboxoffice.org/whats-on/fiery-sessions-0

 

1st to 5th March 2012 - The Royal Scottish National Orchestra Concerts: http://www.rsno.org.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=668:shetland-islandshere-we-come&catid=81

 

5th to 12th August 2012 - Fiddle Frenzy:                http://www.shetlandarts.org/events/fiddle-frenzy

 

31st August to 9th September 2012 -Screenplay:                                                  http://www.shetlandarts.org/events/screenplay

 

31st August to 9th September 2012 - Wordplay: http://www.shetlandarts.org/events/wordplay

 

26th to 28th October 2012 - Peerie Willie Guitar Festival: http://www.shetlandarts.org/events/guitar-festival/

 

Other events taking place in Shetland and on the other islands in Scotland are promoted on this website so please have a look for ones of interest to you. The Year of Scotland's Islands ends on 31st March 2012 so this site lists events taking place up until then. We are happy to promote events taking place after this date through articles and on the Scotland's Islands facebook page so please keep an eye out for updated information. Now all you need to do is get out there and enjoy yourselves!

 

Scotland’s Islands - the events, exhibitions and activities happening all year round.

We list every event we hear of, large and small, taking place on the islands of Scotland or taking place elsewhere and relating to Scotland's Islands. They provide a unique opportunity to savour the diversity and excitement of island life. Check our our facebook page for general updates too - http://www.facebook.com/ScotlandsIslands.  


There has never been a better time for you to visit Scotland's Islands, to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and unspoilt beaches, to get close to dramatic wild-life, learn about our heritage, participate in a great range of activities, and enjoy our music, food and drink.


All this on some of our 99 inhabited islands large and small (and many more uninhabited) accessible by sea and air in six regions: Argyll & Bute, Highland, North Ayrshire, Orkney, Outer Hebrides and Shetland.

 

 



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