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Garry Fraser

All Posts By Garry Fraser


Islands

Over The Sea To Skye

Garry Fraser considers a lesser-known route The first time I went to Skye – many years ago – was by ferry, the old Kyle of Lochalsh – Klyeakin route. The […]

People

Sir Peter Maxwell Davies

Garry Fraser pays a personal tribute to the Orcadian Composer… I was lucky enough to attend the St Magnus Festival in Orkney a couple of years ago, and even luckier […]

Culture

Books, Books and More Books

The worth of one former Bishop of Dunblane’s gift to the nation is impossible to determine… The legacy of £100 was left by Robert Leighton, Bishop of Dunblane from 1661-1670, on […]

Outdoor Scotland

A Glug of Glenfinnan

Garry’s “research trip” for the February’s Focus feature lead him inevitably to the pub… When ordering lunch in the Grog and Gruel on Fort William’s High Street, I noticed a selection […]

What’s On

Afternoon Tea at Colonnades

“Glass of champagne, sir?” “Thanks very much. Don’t mind if I do!”   Even if it was only 4.30 on a wet and windy Edinburgh afternoon, it would have been […]

Culture

Making a NOISE!

An exciting new opera experience is about to hit the Scottish stage Hirda is a new opera for Shetland commissioned and produced by New Opera In Scotland Events and involves […]

What’s On

Heralding St Andrews Voices

St Andrews has always been immersed in music of all sorts, but every October the town’s profile is raised considerably with St Andrews Voices With master classes, recitals, performances and […]

Interviews

Eddi Reader | A Wandering Minstrel

Scottish songstress Eddi Reader talks to us about her musical influences, upbringing, and how it feels to be singing in Gaelic for the first time… Many musicians lead a nomadic existence […]

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