North Edinburgh Grows Christmas Tree Lights Switch On. North Edinburgh Arts Artist in Residence Natalie Taylor will be creating a Christmas tree sculpture today and on Tuesday – come along on either or both days to add a piece to the tree, then come back on Friday to see the lights being switched on! Recitals for Wrigglers Christmas Concert: a free classical concert for babies, toddlers and their parents and carers. North Edinburgh Grows Christmas Tree Lights Switch On: North Edinburgh Arts Artist in Residence Natalie Taylor will be creating a Christmas tree sculpture on Monday and Tuesday – come along on either or both days to add a piece to the tree, then come back on Friday to see the lights being switched on! Baby Cafe: this week The Very Hungry Caterpillar will be brought to life in a theatrical story!
SICSA Christmas Cyber Security Public Lecture 2014: the Christmas Cyber Security Lectures are a series of lectures across the country, primarily for High School students. Festive Fitness: come and try zumba, belly dancing, hula-hooping and line dancing, followed by festive nibbles. The Edinburgh Telephone Choir: traditional carol concert with the choir, this year featuring a brass ensemble who will join the organ in several carols and also perform a seasonal number of their own.
North Edinburgh Grows Christmas Tree Lights Switch On: North Edinburgh Arts Artist in Residence Natalie Taylor will be creating a Christmas tree sculpture on Monday and Tuesday – come along today and see the lights being switched on!
Boda Bar Christmas Quiz: a Christmas special fun-filled evening with a mixture of hilarious questions, true or false rounds and nail-biting games. The Secret Herb Garden Festive Evening: wine, cheese, chocolate and charcuterie in a beautiful setting at the foot of the Pentland Hills. The Rosie Nimmo Duo: Rosie Nimmo (vocals, rhythm, guitar and harmonica) and Stuart Allardyce (guitar) present a programme of swinging tunes to mark the Christmas season. The Guid Crack Hearth: come and gather round the fireside and warm yourself with stories of Christmas past and present, with storyteller Bea Ferguson. I had been looking forward to eating at The Witchery since my first visit to Edinburgh in 2007! The menus came with a huge wine selection, I opted for the house white as this was a French sauvignon blanc so one of my preferences.
Still hungry I ordered the pudding selection which was OK but again nothing special, I have had a number of these at various restaurants and this was by far the worst, there was simply nothing special about it!
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Come in for a cup of tea and a chat, meet others in a friendly, relaxed, welcoming environment, and find out what is happening at the Centre and in the community. Talented local vocal group Dovecot Singers entertains visitors to the Edinburgh Christmas Tree Festival.
With up to 5 talks from leading industry figures, Police Scotland and academics, the sessions provide a fun and varied  introduction to the challenges we face as we move towards the internet of things and a light hearted approach to promoting cyber security and highlighting opportunities in this field. The Choral performs A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten: conductor Michael Bawtree, organist Morley Whitehead. For over three years, photographer and filmmaker Chris Leslie and illustrator Mitch Miller documented life at Glasgow’s Red Road flats, culminating in the 2012 exhibition Red Road Underground.
Though he faded into obscurity in the US, an early 70s musician known as Rodriguez became a huge hit in South Africa and was widely believed to have died. 4-8pm, The Secret Herb Garden, 32a Old Pentland Road, EH10 7EA (for more information re location see the Secret Herb Garden’s website or call 07525 069773).
Readings and discussions with Angela Jackson, Michael Malone, Lucy Lawrie, Graeme MacRae Burnet, Daniel Gray and Alan McCredie: there will also be festive cheer, mince pies and tipples in abundance! Special Christmas Show by resident drama group Whales Without A Cause, handmade crafts for sale from Stitch ‘N Time, South West Sounds groups premier their 2014 songs, smART Craft exhibition, mince pies and mulled wine (or BYOB).
This time I booked in advance to save disappointment and managed to get into The Secret Garden restaurant.
The restaurant itself is amazing, the staff are wonderful, it’s the food that lets it down in a big way.
Please ask a member of library staff to book your place(s), or call the library on 0131 529 5244. There will be no Bookbug on 23rd or 30th December – back as usual on 6th January 2015. For the first time ever, in addition to two school sessions in the morning, Napier is hosting a public lecture in the afternoon. On the plate was a tiny thin piece of fatty bacon, a small square of belly pork which had no crackle on top and was basically just fat, there was the smallest piece of meat that wasn’t worth me dissecting the belly pork for! I would love to go back and enjoy my meal and feel it was worth the money as this would be a wonderful experience.


As an introductory workshop this session is intended to expose those with an interest in sound, sonic art and live electronic sound to some of the processes behind realising and presenting sound art. Speakers include James Lyne (Sophos) on The Future of Hacking, Edinburgh Napier  on Digital Shadows – the footprint of a real crime, Cybersecuritychallenge on UK: DETONATE! In this special event these award-winning artists discuss the detail of their long collaboration, how they built a rapport with locals, gained access to hidden spaces (such as the derelict underground bar and bingo) and used their very different, but complementary, visual techniques to tell a complex and often surprising story of life amidst a modernist icon. Book online or call the box office on 0131 228 2688. The Nordic Film Festival is presented by day for night. Film ?6 + booking fee via eventbrite, party ?5 payable on the door – party ticket price includes a raffle for a box of El Olivo Spanish products, Calduero Wines and Goya23. The Greenman will help you to pot up your tree and to choose a stone or shell to keep with it; there will also be advice on how to nurture your gift. As it stands now I feel we were massively overcharged for something that my local pub does better! CinemaAttic is a community interest group aiming to offer the best independent cinema from the Iberian peninsula and Latin America. Allow the tree to become part of your life, grow together through the changing seasons, and witness the magic unfold.
The Secret Garden was a larger more open space with lovely tapestry, flowers and lit by candle light – very romantic! 10am-4pm, The Secret Herb Garden, 32a Old Pentland Road, EH10 7EA (for more information re location see the Secret Herb Garden’s website or call 07525 069773). My companion enjoyed his grouse and whilst I tried this and thought it tasted OK I was still annoyed at my plate. For more information and for a link enabling you to download MaxMSP, see the gap in the air website.
Also at same times on Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st, Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd December 2014.



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