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As part of Edinburgh Doors Open Day Trinity House will be opening its doors and welcoming you to this wonderful gem of Leith.
Trinity House has a wonderful, vast and eclectic collection of objects collected by sailors from Leith throughout the centuries and from all the corners of the globe.
Visitors to Trinity House can take a self-led tour of Leith’s maritime history, get hands-on with object handling activities and participate in family-friendly bug-trails and activities.
Image credit: Historic Environment Scotland
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Celebrate the start of the weekend with Zoomtunes, half an hour of fun and frolics led by expert singing teacher Libby Crabtree!
How would you like to learn how to build your very own online shop? This exciting 7-week club run by Heart of Midlothian FC's Innovation Centre will show you exactly how to do that.
Heart of Midlothian FC's Innovation Centre: Build new skills in app design and development to solve a problem that affects the world’s people and planet. Suitable for S1-S3 girls and boys.
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In this session we will create a 2D hand-drawn whiteboard animation and an ‘old school’ flip-book animated sequence inspired by the Jock McFadyen Goes to the Pictures exhibition.
Nightingale is a mixed choir of four singing voices consisting of singers in Edinburgh from around the world.
The 1920s was a period of contrasts: This lecture explores the events, ideas and styles that shaped Scottish art during this fascinating decade.