Join us in celebrating the diversity of resident makers in St Margaret’s House at our festive Makers’ Fair 2017.
This year the Makers’ Fair will be set in all 3 galleries from the 9th – 10th of December
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The Christmas Makers’ Fair at St Margaret’s House is not just a simple line-up of stalls, but is a high quality common curated show you can enjoy with friends and family. There will also be a community café and a range of workshops for children and adults.
Our programme includes:
Join French puppeteer & resident Tania from Le Petit Mondeand make your own Christmas Tree finger puppet to take home.
Storytelling with the Thrive Archive in studio 3.04 on Saturday from 12:30 – 4pm.
A pop-up bookshop hosted by Typewronger Books, also in 3.04 which will also have a selection of typewriters from various decades for you to try.
The Jennifer Ewan Band, residents of St Margaret’s House, bring their new show, ‘Bonnie Bayou’, to the Edinburgh Fringe at 5pm every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday of August at The Montebar! (81-85 St Leonard’s St)
“Scots Plus Cajun – Discover Bonnie Bayou!”
BBC Radio Scotland’s Janice Forsyth Show “Just brilliant – music of the highest quality – a Scottish rising star”.
EXHIBITION ENDS ON SUNDAY THE 13TH OF AUGUST
OPENS DAILY FROM 10AM to 7PM
Howe Street Arts, 2 Howe Street, EH36TD
PRIVATE VIEW SATURDAY THE 5TH OF AUGUST – 12PM – 5PM
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