Sorry. *composes self*
Um, so just to say the gardeners will be meeting up in the coming week to discuss plans for the patch as the season will soon be upon us. Can't wait to get digging. In the meantime if you've any ideas let us know.
BARNEY'S Beer, the craft beer operation based at Edinburgh's Summerhall arts venue, has created a new brew to honour Scottish band Idlewild and their new album, EverythingEver Written. The beer is entitled Barney's Idlewild Scottish Fiction IPA and the label carries the legend Hops is Important as a…
Classes in Musselburgh, Haddington, North Berwick, Prestonpans, Dirleton and Dunbar. NEW CLASSES in Innerwick and Ormiston.
More info from our Dance Artist Rhian Reynolds at email@example.com
*Part of East Lothian Youth Dance subsidised by East Lothian Council Art Service*
Danish Diaspora exhibition opens Mon 2 Feb at John Gray Centre & Peter Potter Gallery, Haddington. Scotland seen with Danish Eyes – ceramics, jewellery, baskets and boxes. Presented by Peter Potter and ELC Arts Service. http://www.johngraycentre.org/events/danish-diaspora/
Streamed LIVE to The Brunton this Thursday (29 Jan).
Andrea Chénier review - it's hard to imagine Kaufmann bettered
David McVicar’s new production wisely plays Giordano’s opera straight; Jonas Kaufmann and Željko Lučić are both superb although Eva-Maria Webroek’s voice took time to settle
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Theatre Alba Anne Lannan It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Anne Lannan who was a leading figure in the history of Theatre Alba and at her home theatre of The Brunton in Musselburgh. Her three great successes at The Brunton and later touring with Theatre Alba, were as “Alb…
Taking your baby to the theatre for the first time
Ben Fletcher-Watson Theatre performances aimed at the very youngest audiences – babies from birth to three – are really taking off. Around the UK, venues are putting on more and more shows suitable...
Working hard in Lifeboat rehearsals, with Gill Robertson, Lois Mackie and Amy McGregor
We're excited to announce that Arthur Darvill, playing Long John Silver in Treasure Island, will be doing a live Twitter Q&A the day after broadcast on 23 January. Join in at 3pm GMT and ask your questions using #AskArthur @NTLive.
She joins our lunchtime classical concert series on Tue 3 Feb for an entertaining piano lecture concert where she explains and demonstrates pieces before performing all of Beethoven's wonderful A flat major sonata opus 110 and some of Beethoven's Bagatelles. Here her play here bit.ly/15qsUAa but better still LIVE at The Brunton.
Remember all the youth clubs are up and running again from now until Easter.
★★★★ ‘A remarkable take on Stevenson’s classic. Patsy Ferran dazzles’ (Observer) Only a few more days until Treasure Island broadcasts live to cinemas!
REVIEW: Keith Jack and friends offer an evening of music fit for a prince
Keith Jack, The Capitol studio, Horsham, Saturday, January 10, 7.30pm
The latest in our series of Fisherrow Waterfront talks will be a walk and talk event led the East Lothian Council Ranger Nick Aitken. This will be a first for us as all other events have been held in Fisherrow Yacht Club.Our next event will take place on Saturday, March 21, and begin at Goosegreen on the east side of the mouth of the Esk (just near the cadet huts).
We will set off on a rising tide. This will let us look at the foreshore where Nick will talk about the importance of the habitat, the designations placed upon it and what lives underneath the sand as well as what feeds on the creatures that live underneath the sand- wading birds. Nick will also talk about some of the adaptations the different wading birds have that help them exploit the different food sources.
We will walk from the river mouth to the Lagoons and the Bird Reserve. The Bird Reserve and wader scrapes is where the birds that feed at Fisherrow go to roost when the tide covers Fisherrow Sands. In the Bird Reserve we can use the bird hides to observe the birds close up using telescopes and binoculars. We can also end up with a cup of tea in the Cafe at the Racecourse.
If you would like to join us, please wrap up warm, wear stout footwear and bring binoculars if possible.