Edinburgh Performing Arts Development (EPAD) is a capacity building project for Edinburgh’s independent performing artists and producers that provides support by identifying and promoting opportunities to connect people’s needs with existing provision, and plugging gaps. There are opportunities for independent artists and companies working in the performing arts sector to access short-term advisory sessions, longer-term mentoring, targeted interventions and bespoke training. We initiate relationships that enable the city’s more experienced performing arts producers and practitioners to support those with less experience or working independently and with access to fewer resources.
Please remember that car parking spaces belong to our neighbours, the Registers of Scotland. No parking available between the hours of 8am to 6pm, Monday – Friday. You must find a parking space elsewhere (e.g. on street parking)
Disabled parking is available, but limited to 4 spaces and for Blue Badge holders only. If you have any concerns regarding disabled parking, please see a member of Edinburgh Palette staff. All drivers must sign in and record their vehicle registration number every day. Overnight parking is prohibited. Loading and unloading on drop off and pick up basis only and disabled parking is available. Please contact the office on the third floor should you need to use the loading bays.
All invited to attend a workshop looking at local democracy, with Aileen Campbell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government giving the introduction. Part of the Scottish Government Consultation on local democracy
Wednesday 24th October 7-9pm
Meadowbank Church Hall, 83 London Road, Edinburgh EH75TT
“A good local decision making process
is one where consultation is meaningful rather than tokenistic
and where decisions taken regularly reflect the views of those consulted.”
Participant feedback from a previous event.
Do you want to join the community of studio holders at St Margaret’s House?
We currently have various sized studios now available for those wanting to rent affordable studio space at St Margaret’s House. With many facilities including community spaces such as the third floor library and kitchens on every floor and with friendly and diverse tenants ranging from painters to textile artists, charities to small creative businesses, St Margaret’s House is an ideal place to have a studio – just check out our reviews on Facebook. Examples of studios can be seen in the photos below.
You may be aware that plans are in place for the sale of St Margaret’s House. Over the coming months we will be operating as usual whilst working on securing other spaces across Edinburgh for a smooth transition for our residents.