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BFI Film Academy 2018 - Apply Now!

Building on the success of the last four years, Station House Media Unit (shmu) is once again working in partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI), Creative Scotland, North East Scotland College and the Belmont Fimhouse to deliver Aberdeen’s fifth BFI Film Academy course - and recruitment is now open.

Date added: 27/08/2018

We are recruiting!

We have 3 unique opportunities to join the shmu team and contribute to the work of an organisation which is making a difference to the lives of individuals and communities; using media creatively to transform lives:

shmu Finance Officer, MAP Community Development Worker and shmu Project Administrator (maternity cover).

Date added: 19/08/2018

Paving the Way to Woodside - September events

After the success of our very first fundraising event last month, we have arranged some more!

Date added: 16/08/2018

57 North Presents: Deadloss Superstar

Aberdeen rockers Deadloss Superstar are the 57 North studio guests on Monday 20th August.

Date added: 15/08/2018

57 North Presents: Swym

Aberdeen-based alternative rockers Swym visit the 57 North Presents studio on Monday 6th August for a chat with our host Lou.

Date added: 31/07/2018

First step in Paving the Way to Woodside!

What do the Voodoo Amigos, Dolly Mixtures and Isle of View all have in common...? They were all teams who took part in our fundraising quiz last Friday 27th July!
 
Our quiz night at the Lord Byron Pub in Northfield was shmu's first fundraising event, and a sell-out success, raising over £500 for the new building.
Date added: 31/07/2018

57 North Presents: The Ghost Tape

New Aberdeen-based alt-rock duo The Ghost Tape released their first tracks online earlier this month.

The band also play The Wolfstock Music Festival at Banff Castle in Aberdeenshire on the 1st of September.

They’ll be in the studio, with our host Lou, on 57 North Presents on Monday the 23rd of July from 8pm–10pm.

Date added: 18/07/2018

57 North Presents: Jon Davie

Well-known Aberdeen rock musician Jon Davie was left paralysed after an accident last September.

After spending nine months in hospital in Glasgow, he’s now back in Aberdeen where he’s receiving further treatment, and we’re delighted to welcome him in for a chat as this week’s guest on 57 North Presents for what promises to be a very special show.

Date added: 06/07/2018

57 North Presents: Vansleep

Indie-rock four-piece Vansleep formed near Aberdeen in late 2016, and their debut single ‘Get Up’, released in May, has been a success on music streaming services.

Date added: 26/06/2018

57 North Presents: Mississippi Mule

Mississippi Mule is the new blues project from Fraser Coull, sometime co-host of the 57 North Presents show.

Date added: 20/06/2018