Among those clans who fought with the Prince at Culloden were: Cameron, Chisholm, Drummond, Farquharson, Ferguson, Fraser, Gordon, Grant, Innes, MacDonald, MacDonell, MacGillvray, MacGregor, MacInnes, MacIntyre, Mackenzie, MacKinnon, MacKintosh, MacLachlan, MacLeod or Raasay, MacPherson, Menzies, Murray, Ogilvy, Robertson, and Stewart of Appin.
7th May 1955: Scotland's famous teacher of highland dancing, Miss Jean Reynolds, models the new Aboyne design of dress put forward by the Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing. Costume designed by Thomas Innes of Learney, Lord Lyon King of Arms, was made by Stewart Christie. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7718 - Should Women Wear The Kilt ? - pub. 1955 (Photo by Malcolm Stroud/Picture Post/Getty Images)
Honeymoon Cocktail The name of this classic drink makes it quite fitting for a wedding. A mix of apple brandy, Benedictine (an herb-and-spice-based spirit originally made by monks), and lemon juice, it's shaken over ice and served in martini glasses. Garnish with fruit leather cut into a crescent shape; serve with printed cocktail napkins or coasters.
Events | adidas Originals Live Performances Series | The Drums. The Drums recently toured to South Africa as part of the adidas Originals Live Performances series. This is a little documentary of the tour, featuring shows in both Johannesburg and Cape Town. The Drums were supported by Desmond and The Tutus, Black Handed Kites and The Future Primitives over the tour. Credits: Filmed by Adriaan Louw and Chris Saunders Additional Footage by Stewart Innes, Deon van Zyl and Hanro Havenga Edited…