Month: February 2015

Manx Groups Head for Popular Welsh Festival

Barrule The annual Welsh festival Cwlwm Celtaidd has long been a firm favourite with a number of Manx singers, dancers and musicians, who will be heading across the Irish Sea later this month to represent the Isle of Man amongst

Introducing History in Heels – the women who made Mann

Manx National Heritage is looking to highlight the untold stories of women in the Isle of Man’s history in a series of pop-up displays and events in seven of its venues around the Island. From March to December 2015, History

Growing Interest in Snowdrop Walk in Dalby

With the long, winter nights behind us, many of us seek solace in the marvellous displays of early snowdrops, which act as an early beacon for oncoming spring; their nodding, delicate heads a positive indicator of better days. And so

Isle of Man Embroiderers' Guild Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Although usually considered a pastime for women, the Isle of Man Embroiderers’ Guild will be using the celebration of their 25th anniversary to encourage more men to pick up a needle and thread and get creative!Embroidery and textile art (incorporating

Friends of Manx National Heritage Learn More about the Voyage of Odin's Raven

With the voyage of the replica Viking boat Odin’s Raven no more than a distant memory for some, members of the Friends of Manx National Heritage at the House of Manannan relived this unique journey by watching the original documentary