Fringe 17 workshops and events

I Second that Emotion
Thursday 10 August, 1pm – 2.30pm, Fringe Central

Michael John McCarthy and Martin O’Connor (Turntable) run a workshop on the crossover between music and storytelling, exploring the process behind their unique theatre project which aims to combat loneliness and isolation.
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The Art of Participation
Sunday 13 August, 2pm – 3.30pm, Fringe Central

Scotland is world renowned for producing high quality participatory arts projects, although the work is not often seen, it reaches people far and wide around the country. This conversation, hosted by Alice McGrath, creative director of Red Bridge Arts, sets out to explore different approaches to participatory arts and includes contributions from the Turntable project, The Kings and Festival Theatre and others.
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A wee do for Promoters 
Friday 18 August, Scottish Storytelling Centre from 3pm

Red Bridge Arts’ annual gathering for promoters gives you the chance to see the MADE IN SCOTLAND shows that we are supporting, meet our Associate Artists, take part in a Turntable pop-up event and enjoy some tasty treats…and drinks.   RSVP using the form below.
3pm – Is this a Dagger? The Story of Macbeth by Andy Cannon (and William Shakespeare)
4pm – Reception and Turntable pop-up
5pm – Leaf by Niggle by Puppet State Theatre Company
5.30pm – Turntable | Edinburgh by Michael John McCarthy

 RSVP for the promoters event using this form: