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Spring starts here...

I spent the weekend mainly working on the PhD but allowed myself Sunday afternoon off. By this point however I had no idea what to do or where to go. 89 more words

Busy Exploring

Great Tapestry Two

‘O Halflins an Hecklers an Weavers an Weemin’ by moi (or eh since we’re talking Dundee) will be performed by ZeroThreeFifteen Theatre Co. in the High Mill at Verdant Works Dundee this coming summer. 230 more words

History

Songs in the Key of Dundee

Now I have a condition called OCWD or Obsessive Compulsive Writing Disorder. Most commonly this manifests itself in perspiring poetry but I have written a novel – hasn’t everyone – and more recently the play ‘O Halflins an Hecklers an Weavers an Weemin’ which I might just possibly have mentioned on this blog. 246 more words

History

OORS AN YOORS

Meanwhile ower on Oor FB Yoors T’s take on the boy himsel is knocking them deid. Weel mibbe…

Poetry

Alice Marra in Broughty Ferry

Saturday afternoon was one of those where it outdid its billing. Assai Records in Broughty Ferry or ‘the’ Ferry as native Dundonians tend to call it were hosting singer musician and choir director Alice Marra performing a short acoustic set from her new album ‘Chain Up the Swings’ Alice is the daughter of the late Michael Marra one of the great bards Dundee has produced. 205 more words

Dundee

Perthshire fairytale (part 2)

Continuing the Perthshire fairy tale the next stop is in Scone at the Scone Palace. The palace is a Category A listed historic house and 5-star tourism attraction with Georgian Gothic style architecture and it has been the crowning place of Scotland’s kings. 298 more words

Day Trip