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EXPLORING PLAY LABORATORY

A weekend of play, improvisation and fun!!!

We are super excited to invite you to our Exploring Play Laboratory  to take place on 22nd & 23th Feb  at  St. Margaret’s House (Edinburgh)  from 10 am – 4 pm

During the weekend, we will work with improvisation and grounding exercises, simplicity, movement, stillness and rhythm, playfulness, games, clown techniques, energy levels and the art of being oneself.

By the end of the workshop, you will feel more confident, relaxed, grounded and connected with your inner joy!

You would have:

  • Worked on your improvisation skills.
  • Taking risks safely.
  • Built presence.
  • Worked on your communication skills.
  • Experienced a state of joy and discovery.
  • Connected with yourself, your inner child, your authenticity and the spontaneous place within you.
  • CREATED JOYFUL ANARCHY!

Who is this for?

For you if:

  • You are into self-development
  • You are an artist/performer
  • You do public speaking
  • You work with children
  • You are a tour guide
  • YOU LOVE BEING PLAYFUL!


“I felt the workshop took me out of myself and gave me more confidence and skills for communicating effectively in social interactions.” John Morrison

This opportunity is perfect for you if you love getting out of your comfort zone in a safe environment and have an urge to play and try out something new.

To make this offer irresistible for you, we want to offer you an Early Bird Price.  Book your place by this Sunday 19th of January and you’ll get the two-days workshop for £90 (or one-day for £50).
Do hurry up, because after this Sunday 19th the price goes up to £120 for two days (£70 for one day).

You need to email us to reserve your space to hello@sarasfeijoo.com


“Supportive atmosphere, positive feedback, authenticity. The workshop has a lot of healing potential.” Laura Davis

P.S. Got a friend who’d love the workshop too? You can get £10 off for every friend you refer. Make the workshop even more special for you and your friends. Just tell them to mention your name when contacting us.

P.S.2. Are you reading this at St. Margaret’s House Newsletter? Mentioned this on your email and get extra £10 off!

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Simply Singing

Simply Singing is a very friendly group which meets together to sing for pleasure. We sing songs from all over the world in two, three and sometimes four part harmony. There is no need to read music and in fact, there is no need even to be a brilliant singer. The songs are taught line by line by Rachel who is a trained singing teacher.

Our new term starts on 15th January and runs until 1st April. We meet on Wednesday evenings in room G.25, St Margaret’s House at 7pm till 9pm.

The cost is £40 per term or £5 per evening.

New members are very welcome. Just come along or contact Rachel 07792 791437

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The Nomads Tent welcomes Xanthe O’Conner

This Christmas learn how to design and make your own bespoke silver ring at Xanthe O’Conners silver workshop at The Nomads Tent, Saturday 14th December 10am-1pm.
£80 per person
For more info https://nomadstent.net/silver-ring-workshop-saturday-14th-december-10-1pm/#more-9713
To book a place call 0131 662 1612 / email us at info@nomadstent.co.uk

Xanthe’s jewellery will also be available to buy at our 2019 Christmas Bazaar, 23rd November – 24th December.

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Link Living Bake Sale

On Friday the 6th of December Link Living are hosting a bake sale at their 3rd floor office (next to the library) in St Margaret’s House between 3pm and 5pm.

All goods will be baked and served by their volunteers who are vulnerable young people between the ages of 16-25 who used to or still engage with support at LinkLiving, and who now also help us with our courses, peer education and mentoring in schools and other events.

All of the money raised will be used to pay for training, events and other things that will help the personal development of their young people.

Pop along for some tasty afternoon treats!

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Christmas Makers’ Market Pop-Up Exhibition

5th December – drop off works to the gallery

6th – setup (Marcin will curate and hang all the artworks)

7th – the market and exhibition open to audience from 11am until 5pm

8th – all works need to be collected

Each artist will have to prepare their own labels with name, title, medium and price. Each artist can bring 2-3 pieces, however Marcin can’t guarantee that all of them will be showcased (depending on how much space will be available). The exhibition is a good opportunity for artists to promote their art so I would encourage everyone to have business cards next to their works with contact details. In case of any purchase artists will have to deal directly with the customer.  It’s a good opportunity to talk to potential clients. We don’t take any percentage from sales and there’s no fees for participation. The exhibition is for the tenants only. For any questions artists should contact Marcin via email or pop in to the office.

We require volunteers to help with the invigilation of both galleries, please get in touch if this is something you would be interested in.

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The Kelpies Prizes for Writing and Illustration 2020

Now open for entries!

Prize package now includes:

  • A £1,000 cash prize
  • One year of mentoring by an experienced editorial or design team
  • A publishing contract with Floris Books for a book or illustrated project
  • A week-long writing retreat at Moniack Mhor (Kelpies Prize for Writing)
  • A ticket to the Picture Hooks 2020 conference (Kelpies Prize for Illustration)

To enter The Kelpies Prize for Writing, click here.

To enter The Kelpies Prize for Illustration, click here.

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Participants Required

Are you interested in music, arts and culture? Would you like £40 and a free night out?

We’re looking for six people under the age of 35 to come and see the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. It’s in Glasgow on Thursday the 14th of November. We’re running a minibus from the Edinburgh Palette to take us there and back. Afterwards, we’ll ask you to share your thoughts about the event.

To find out more, visit Rhianna at Studio 1.12 or get in touch via email or phone before Friday 8th of November: rhianna@thelinesbetween.co.uk | 0131 235 2012 | 07535061083

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