Reports & Press Releases
Fit rare tae see sae mony fowk fae the northeast get recognition in this years awards.
The winners of the Scots Language Awards 2023 were unveiled at a celebratory ceremony
The 48 Hour Film Project an’.SHMU poodly present a nicht o’ cracking wee short films showcasing the beezers o’ local filmmaking talent!
The screening will be followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers and networking drinks in the bar.
A fair pucklie o’ oor ain Doric Film Festival winners will be featured in the evening.
Dinna miss iss ane! The Flora Garry Memorial Lecture - A North East Hairst A New Event from the Doric Board. Plans to stage a brand-new event inspired by one of the North East’s most important writers have been announced by The Doric Board. The organisation – which...
A doric Dracula?
Nae fir the faint heartit! We hear great reviews aboot this grand Scottish production inspired bi the weel kent Brahm Stoker’s tale o’ Dracula. Dracula wis inspired by Brahm’s ain jaloosies roon Slains Castle and there aboots, he took pen tae paper and gied us the world’s maist famous bleed sooker baddie, Dracula. Nae doot there wis plenty doric amang the inspiration o’ the bars and shebeens roon Cruden Bey at the time.
I Had Never Heard A City Cry Before is a novel about two fictional men, the shy and gentle Kenny from Peterhead and the jack-the-lad Steven from Aberdeen, set against the background of the world’s worst oilfield disaster on the Piper Alpha platform in the North Sea on 6 July 1988.
Mearns writers Press release 4th August 2023 Back to the Future Northern Numbers - a Centenary A celebration of new writing in Doric Scots is being launched to mark the centenary of a Scottish literary revolution. A century ago Hugh MacDiarmid's Northern Numbers...
Doric Film Festival 23 Slideshow. A sense o the occasion. Pics bi Graham Reid – music bi Charlie Abel. Anither thank you tae abidy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ravvvz_OJrQ
Nine new books in Scots have been awarded funding by the Scots Language Publication Grant. Now in its fifth year, the Scots Language Publication Grant was created by the Scots Language Resource Network to support Scots publishers and writers. It is funded by Scottish...
Congratulations tae Gordon Hay on the launch o the 'Doric Aul Testament' at Longside Parish Church. Gordon has previously published the 'Doric New Testament' an it has teen 17 years o work tae dae baith.