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Precious Legacies of Dearly Departed Celebrated at Storytelling Festival

The traditional festival of Samhuinn is said to be the time when the veil between the land of the living and the departed is thinnest; therefore it’s the perfect time to celebrate those no longer with us and the gifts they passed on traditionally, without the need for Halloween-esque tales of hau

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Village Carols Workshop

A Village Carols Workshop: Carols from South Yorkshire and Derbyshire

 Saturday 4 November 2017 from 2.00–5.00 pm (registration 1.30pm) at St Mary's Church Centre, Inverurie.  

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Edinburgh pipe band make castle rock

A young pipe band from Edinburgh are doing their bit to bring Scottish traditional music to a wider audience by releasing their own version of Ed Sheeran’s Castle on the Hill. Davidson’s Mains & District Pipe Band, b

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Trad Talk:Culture Chat

The Scottish Government is developing a new cultural strategy for Scotland. To help with this they want input into their 'engagement phase' and are encouraging people to host or attend culture conversations or feed in to an online discussion forum.  

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LtR: Fiona Hyslop MSP, Ruth Kirkpatrick and Donald Smith

Going Global: A Warm Welcome Awaits at Scotland's Storytelling Festival

Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Europe, Culture and External Affairs officially launched the 28th Scottish International Storytelling Festival this morning from The Outlook Tower of Camera Obscura, in celebration of the 70th Anniv

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