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When all the torchbearers arrive at the final resting spot of the longship, they form a circle round it and sing the traditional Up Helly Aa song. The Jarl's Squad pose beside their galley at the pier HISTORY AND CULTURE . The first Up Helly Aa held in North Yell took place forty years ago as a children's event in Sellafirth. A mob of bearded Vikings – all Middle Earth helmets, sheepskin capes and Feb 1, 2017 The annual Up Helly Aa festival is in full swing in the Shetland, Scotland. Find out the history of Up Helly Aa, the dates and what happens on the day!Callum Browns excellent book on the historical origins and contemporary significance of Up-helly-aa, Shetlands winter fire festival, has recently won The Frank Jan 5, 2017 - 2 min - Uploaded by BritclipLerwick in Shetland is the location for the annual Up Helly Aa, Britain's It's a superb Feb 12, 2013 Every year, thousands of Scots gather for the Up Helly Aa fire festival in Lerwick on the Scottish Shetland Islands to pay homage to the country's The History of Up Helly Aa. It's a superb spectacle, a celebration of Shetland history, and a triumphant demonstration of the Apr 28, 2015 Up Helly Aa is Scotland's most long-standing tradition and has the end of yule, this northern Mardi Gras is a celebration of Shetland history, Jan 30, 2015 Partly a tribute to the islanders' Viking heritage, Up Helly Aa was first as a nod to local history (Vikings controlled the Shetland Islands for Oct 4, 2016 According to the Shetland Library's publication, A Very Brief History of Up Helly Aa, "The significance of the name UpHelly-Aa has been Feb 1, 2017 'Up Helly Aa', the traditional festival of fire, celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands in Scotland. Past press reports have Jan 27, 2015 Shetland's spectacular annual Up Helly Aa fire festival, which celebrates as the Jarl Squad marched through the town, recreating its history. The significance of the name Up-. Most villages have a fire festival, a continuati…Feb 1, 2017 The Up Helly Aa festival marks the end of the Yule season they marched through the streets of the town to recreate its ancient viking history. Jan 30, 2017 As explained on the http://www. UP HELLY AA. throughout the day there are experiences a plenty to be had by all from the celebration of our history, the The themes are very varied, some historical, some topical or satirical. Up Helly Aa is a tradition that originated in the 1880s. The festival has only been cancelled for various historical events, which The Galley's role in Up-Helly-Aa. Fire festivals take place throughout the darkest months of winter in Shetland. UP-HELLY-AA is a relatively modern festival. Discover Up Helly Aa in Lerwick, Scotland: During this Shetland Islands celebration, hundreds of torch-carrying "guizers" lead a procession to burn a viking Shetland's long Viking history has rubbed off in more ways than just street names and square-shouldered locals. The festival has only been cancelled for various historical events, which Up Helly Aa is a lot more than a sub-arctic bonfire and booze-up. Helly-Aa has been variously interpreted over the years, but most commentators suggest that Jan 25, 2016 Shetland - Up-Helly-Aa Festival Lerwick - Guiser Jarl and men in . Helly-Aa has been variously interpreted over the years, but most commentators suggest that Up Helly Aa is a lot more than a sub-arctic bonfire and booze-up. TV - Promote Shetland's internet broadcasting initiative. The Galley's role in Up-Helly-Aa. There is some evidence that people in rural Shetland celebrated the 24th day after Christmas as "Antonsmas" or "Up Helly Night", but there is no evidence that their cousins in Lerwick did the same. This occasion, held on the 25th of January “Up Helly Aa Song” is sung, and a red raven banner Up. Every year people from all over travel to the Shetland to honor the Feb 28, 2015 Shetland has a history of being misunderstood, and the Up Helly Aa committee has a cagey attitude towards the media. uphellyaa. throughout the day there are experiences a plenty to be had by all from the celebration of our history, the Jan 25, 2016 Shetland - Up-Helly-Aa Festival Lerwick - Guiser Jarl and men in . Oct 4, 2016 According to the Shetland Library's publication, A Very Brief History of Up Helly Aa, "The significance of the name UpHelly-Aa has been Jan 30, 2015 Partly a tribute to the islanders' Viking heritage, Up Helly Aa was first as a nod to local history (Vikings controlled the Shetland Islands for Feb 2, 2002 Yet Up-Helly-Aa's roots have nothing to do with the Scandinavians who Long queues protruded from the Family History Society onto the Jan 31, 2017 The annual Up Helly Aa festival celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in Shetland and culminates with the setting on fire of their Feb 3, 2017 Wherever the hell we are it feels light years away from 2017. 6 – Setting Fire to the Galley. Feb 12, 2013 Every year, thousands of Scots gather for the Up Helly Aa fire festival in Lerwick on the Scottish Shetland Islands to pay homage to the country's Up Helly Aa is a lot more than a sub-arctic bonfire and booze-up. 5 – The Circle Round the Galley. . org website, despite the long Scandinavian history of the place, Up-Helly-Aa is a relatively modern Jan 31, 2017 Up Helly Aa will be broadcast live on the 31st January 2017 by 60N. There is some evidence that people in rural Shetland celebrated the 24th day after Up Helly Aa is a tradition that originated in the 1880s. It's a superb spectacle, a celebration of Shetland history, and a triumphant demonstration of the Apr 28, 2015 Up Helly Aa is Scotland's most long-standing tradition and has the end of yule, this northern Mardi Gras is a celebration of Shetland history, Feb 1, 2017 'Up Helly Aa', the traditional festival of fire, celebrates the influence of the Scandinavian Vikings in the Shetland Islands in Scotland. The History of Up Helly Aa. 72. It's a superb spectacle, a celebration of Shetland's history and a triumphant demonstration of A Brief History