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Sep 2017
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29th Sep 2017 7.30pm (2hrs 30)
A bold and uncompromising evening of stories, songs and poetry to queer the narrative. Where are our LGBT+ kin in folklore? They surely existed, but are seldom heard of in stories... isn't it time to ... read more
Sep 2017
30
30th Sep 2017 2.30pm (45mins)
A brand new, children's dance theatre piece by the enchanting Fuora Dance Project, celebrating grandparents who help us to grow up and teach us to be brave when life is difficult. An interactive disco... read more
Sep 2017
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30th Sep 2017 10.30am (6hrs)
A hands-on, practical introduction to live storytelling and the associated skills. Storyteller and educator Ruth Kirkpatrick leads this participatory session for anyone curious about discovering and d... read more
Oct 2017
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1st Oct 2017 1-4pm
Learn about the fascinating history and heritage of Holyrood Park's south side from some local experts read more
Oct 2017
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Oct 2017
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2nd Oct 2017 until 4th Oct 2017 8pm (1hr)
by Sophocles Oxygen House celebrate their 30th anniversary with this powerful production of Sophocles' tragedy. Antigone buries her brother in defiance of Creon's decree, but can the children of Oe... read more
Oct 2017
04
4th Oct 2017 7pm (2hrs)
From social and energetic dances from Brittany or joyful group dances from the Basque country, to warm, exuberant Southern Italian dances or smooth couple dances from France, this series will take you... read more
Oct 2017
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6th Oct 2017
Hard Rock pays homage to one of the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands, Nirvana, and the MTV unplugged show performed at Sony Music Studios New York in November 1993. On 6 October, step back in time... read more
Oct 2017
06
6th Oct 2017 7.30pm (2hrs)
"It was a dark and stormy night…" Inspired by the season shift and the nights drawing in, our apprentice storytellers present an evening of stories in the Netherbow Theatre. Scotland has a vibrant gro... read more
Oct 2017
07
7th Oct 2017 11-4pm
Join us for a fun filled hands-on activity day to learn about Edinburgh’s Volcanoes in Holyrood Park. Learn more about them from local scientist's, make your very own volcano erupt and take a walk on ... read more
Oct 2017
07
7th Oct 2017 10.30am (6hrs 30)
Violinist/band leader Nathaniel Gow and Dancing Master Barclay Dun led a revolution in Scottish Dance. Having introduced the capital to French Quadrilles in 1817, they incorporated these into the annu... read more
Oct 2017
07
7th Oct 2017 1pm (3hrs)
Rehearsed Reading Annville is an important new play in Scots and English by Martin Travers. Adapted from the novel The Flourish by Canadian writer and artist Heather Spears. Directed by Amand... read more
Oct 2017
07
7th Oct 2017 2pm (2hrs)
If you enjoy writing stories, or would like to enjoy it more, come along to a workshop held in the Storytelling Centre with prize-winning author Janis Mackay (Magnus Fin and the Ocean Quest, The Accid... read more
Oct 2017
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10th Oct 2017 10am & 11.30am (40mins)
Come on a magical storytelling journey around the world with your tiny tots. Meet a bright green sea slug in the Indian Ocean who loves to dance, a beautiful butterfly in the tropical jungle and many ... read more
Oct 2017
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12th Oct 2017 7pm (2hrs)
Storytellers Kate Craik and Tim Porteus lead an evening of stories in the relaxed surroundings of the Storytelling Court. They are joined by the Playback Edinburgh group, who invite participants and a... read more
Oct 2017
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13th Oct 2017 8pm (1hr)
Anne Pia defiant, "tearing up all the scripts", reflects on identity, belonging and home through music and words. With readings from her creative memoir Language of My Choosing and additional poems. S... read more
Oct 2017
14
14th Oct 2017 2200 to 0300
1st of 3 A Twisted Circus events this year. Kicking off with a huge lineup! Gypsy Hill (London - only Scottish date on UK Tour in conjuction with Diplomats of sound) / The Langan Band / The Violent... read more
Oct 2017
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Oct 2017
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14th Oct 2017 until 15th Oct 2017 1-3pm
Come along on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice! Find out about the people who lived and worked in the Park from 7 thousand years ago up until ... read more
Oct 2017
14
14th Oct 2017 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Why Book on a Edinburgh Wine Tasting Course with Wine Unearthed? Wine Tasting should be all about enjoying wine and having Fun - our Edinburgh Days are! - learn about wine with like-minded people in ... read more
Oct 2017
14
14th Oct 2017 11am-4pm
Traditional storytelling is one of our oldest art-forms and a unique way to share our history, heritage and experiences. As part of Soutra: Surgery & Superstition, a Heritage Lottery Funded project, a... read more
Oct 2017
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14th Oct 2017 10am (7hrs)
A day to consider a proposal for the current non-formal providers of traditional music, teaching and learning to network together as a virtual ‘college’ of Scottish traditional music, and to explore a... read more
Oct 2017
14
14th Oct 2017 10.30am (6hrs)
A hands-on introduction to live storytelling and the associated skills. Storyteller and trainer Alice Fernbank focusses on characterisation in storytelling and the interplay between a storyteller, the... read more
Oct 2017
14
14th Oct 2017 7.30pm (2hrs)
An evening of storytelling, connection and honesty, creating a safe space to speak about one of our most beautiful assets, our minds! Attendees are offered an opportunity to gain insight and understan... read more
Oct 2017
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14th Oct 2017 8pm (2hrs)
Men With Coconuts are one of the UK's leading improvisational comedy troupes. The award-winning, Edinburgh-based collective improvise stories, sketches and songs, culminating in a showstopping finale:... read more
Oct 2017
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15th Oct 2017
This unique challenge allows you to abseil (free-fall style, like the S.A.S.!) from the iconic Forth Rail Bridge. It’s a 165ft drop with a soft landing on the sandy beach below. No previous experi... read more
Oct 2017
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15th Oct 2017
As the main songwriter in Del Amitri, who formed in Glasgow in 1983, Currie wrote many of their biggest hits including ‘Roll To Me’, ‘Always The Last To Know’, and ‘Nothing Ever Happens’. During their... read more
Oct 2017
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16th Oct 2017 10.30am (1hr)
A relaxed, social session of stories, songs, memories and laughter in the Storytelling Court. Hosted by some of our loveliest storytellers, with tea, coffee and biscuits included. Come to join in, or ... read more
Oct 2017
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17th Oct 2017 11am-12pm & 2pm-3pm
The Middle Ages were a grim time to be sick! With no antibiotics available how were illnesses and diseases treated? Join our Learning Team to discover some of the weird and wonderful cures/remedies... read more
Oct 2017
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17th Oct 2017 11am (1hr 30)
If you could change into an animal for a day, what would you choose? An eagle, a toad, a hare, a wolf? A dragon? Lari Don will share her favourite shapeshifter tales, talk about the shapeshifting char... read more
Oct 2017
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Oct 2017
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17th Oct 2017 until 19th Oct 2017 7.30pm (1hr 15)
As a young actor Mark Lockyer found himself working for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and it was while performing onstage at Stratford that he started to lose control of his life. He walked out on a ... read more
Oct 2017
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18th Oct 2017 19:45
An Evening with Willie Nile – Bannerman’s - Wednesday 18th October Legendary New York Rock musician Willie Nile will kick off his UK tour by playing live in Edinburgh for the first time following the... read more
Oct 2017
18
18th Oct 2017 10-12pm
Experience the colours, flavours and sounds at the turning of the season. Suitable for ages 10 to 14. read more
Oct 2017
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18th Oct 2017 11am (1hr 30)
Lari Don loves telling stories about riddles, writing adventures containing riddles, and bamboozling audiences with riddles! Join Lari to hear a riddle tale, learn to create your own riddles and hear ... read more
Oct 2017
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19th Oct 2017 19:15
BOOTLEG BLONDIE is the official Debbie Harry & Blondie tribute band and the only Blondie tribute to play the legendary CBGB in New York City before its demise in 2006. CBGB was the Holy Grail of Ame... read more
Oct 2017
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19th Oct 2017 7pm
The medieval Soutra hospital was built just off the Royal Road; the main route between England and Scotland, and dates back to 12th century. It was run by Augustinian monks looking after the poor, tra... read more
Oct 2017
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Oct 2017
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20th Oct 2017 until 31st Oct 2017
Marking the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh as a Festival City, SISF goes global and demonstrates how the traditional art of storytelling is more vital than ever in connecting people worldwide, across c... read more
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