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Christmas & New Year Hours 2019/2020

Over the holidays we operate on reduced hours.

Please find details below:

SATURDAY 21ST DEC 08:00AM – 22:00PM
SUNDAY 22ND DEC 08:00AM – 22:00PM
MONDAY 23RD DEC 08:00AM – 17:00PM (OFFICE CLOSED)
TUESDAY 24TH DEC CLOSED
WEDNESDAY 25TH DEC CLOSED
THURSDAY 26TH DEC CLOSED
FRIDAY 27TH DEC 09:00AM – 17:00PM
SATURDAY 28TH DEC 09:00AM – 17:00PM
SUNDAY 29TH DEC 09:00AM – 17:00PM
MONDAY 30TH DEC 09:00AM – 17:00PM (OFFICE CLOSED)
TUESDAY 31ST JAN 09:00AM – 17:00PM
WEDNESDAY 1ST JAN CLOSED
THURSDAY 2ND JAN CLOSED

All hours will return to normal on Friday 3rd of January.

FRIDAY 3RD JAN 08:00AM – 22:00PM

SATURDAY 4TH JAN 08:00AM – 22:00PM

And so on…

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Rural Studio Cabin

A rare opportunity to own, or rent long term, an off grid hut/cabin for use as a studio/retreat space in the countryside.

Scottish Planning policy was extended in 2016 to allow the construction of small off grid timber huts as leisure accommodation in the countryside. The Planning Definition required to qualify as a Hut is:
“A simple building used intermittently as recreational accommodation (ie not a principal residence); having an internal floor area of no more than 30m2; constructed from low impact materials; generally not connected to mains water, electricity or sewerage; and built in such a way that it is removable with little or no trace at the end of its life. Huts may be built singly or in groups”.

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Edinburgh School of Music Wee Musicians Group

Every Saturday, 1 – 1.45pm
Studio B1.08

‘Wee Musicians’ is a fun and lively pre-instrumental music group for 4 – 6 year olds. The aim of this group is to introduce children to music through song, movement and simple percussion instruments which will begin to develop their beat, rhythm, pitch and aural awareness – all essential foundations for learning an instrument in the future!

Wee Musicians will be led by ESM Tutor, Eirini, who has experience in Music Therapy and children’s music education. The group will be £42 for the term (£7 a session) and will run every Saturday. To reserve your child’s space please contact us at: info@edinburghschoolofmusic.com

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Edinburgh School of Music Ensemble Choir

Every Thursday,  7 – 9pm
Studio B1.08

We are running a relaxed and informal contemporary choir just for adults! If you are looking for a new hobby or already sing and want to improve your technique and confidence, this is the group for you. All levels are welcome, whether you have previously sung in choirs or are a singing newbie. This class is a fun way to improve your vocal abilities and work towards group performances.
Tea & biscuits provided! £10 per session (reduced rate of £8 per session if booked for the term). To let us know you’re coming, please email: info@edinburghschoolofmusic.com 

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Painting & Decorating Services

Refresh your home with a clean new look.

Reliable female painters and decorators with 20 years painting experience with professional, neat and tidy standards. High attention to detail and a top quality finish.

Also offering: customised colour selection and mixing and flat pack assembly and picture hanging.

Get in touch with Cristina or Shannon for a free estimate.

Cristina – 0797 467 7216

Shannon – 0784 880 7163

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Alice Boyle “COMING ALIVE”

In Association with Linlithgow Burgh Halls; Alice Boyle Presents ‘COMING ALIVE’.

Go with your feelings – and embrace the sheer joy of these works – Giles Sutherland – The Times – 2017

Expect to be challenged, emotionally touched and frequently amused – Vivien Devlin – ArtMag – 2017

I’m sure this vivacious and engaging woman will continue to produce more evocative collections – Phyllis McLeish – Ayrshire Magazine 2016

Coming Alive is a new body of work by Edinburgh-based artist, Alice Boyle. For many years, Boyle has sketched after daily meditation, creating odd and often distorted creatures that come streaming to mind as soon as the pencil hits the paper.  In the spring of 2018 she decided to bring these characters to life, creating a unique world that is as strange as it is familiar.

Boyle’s new work has been inspired by the title of the artist’s previous exhibition, ‘Think Less, Feel More’. While her past show was a comment on the relationship between thinking and feeling and what that might look like, here, Alice has chosen to take a less complex approach, and run with an idea that felt powerful yet simple.

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