The Safari Lounge is an old-school pub turned funky real-ale bar who will be hosting special Colony of Artists events throughout the weekend, with live entertainment, and an artist inspired menu.
Daily from 12:00 to closing. 21 Cadzow Place (London Road)
The Singing Street, is a short film made in 1950 made by a group of teachers from Norton Park School, who filmed some of their pupils playing street games, accompanied by traditional children's songs, at various locations in the city.
Daily in the upstairs Lounge at The Artisan Bar on London Road, 12-6pm
Runtime: 15 minutes and will play throughout the day
“Saving one dog won't change the world, but it will surely change the world of that one dog.” Staffie Smiles Rescue saves death row dogs and getting them furever homes. We are a charity run solely by volunteers. Homemade doggy treats and products with all proceeds going to the rescue!
Daily 12:00 - 4pm, 26 Alva Place
Imagina Studio Photography will be hosting 2 exhibitions; photography as well as expressive painting along with special events and promotions throughout the weekend, including a 10% discount to everyone who visits us during the weekend.
Daily 12:00 - 6pm, 3 Cadzow Place (London Road)
Citadel Books sells a wide range of new and quality secondhand books as well as artwork and Prints. The shop is run by author Alan Spence, the Edinburgh Makar who will give two readings of his work. Paintings by artist Rose Strang. Alan Spence is an award-winning writer. He is Professor Emeritus in Creative Writing at the University of Aberdeen where he founded the WORD Festival. Awards include Scottish Writer of the Year. In 2017 he was appointed Edinburgh Makar, or Poet Laureate for the City. The shop will be open all day.
Daily readings at 12.30, Citadel Books, 41 Montrose Terrace
Join choreographer-in-residence Eleanor Robertson and young dance artists from Primary 2 to 7 classes for a live performance interpreting Aileen Paterson’s stories through music and movement.
Sunday 23 September only 4-5pm.
Abbeyhill Primary School, Abbey Street