|31st October 2020|
Scottish International Storytelling Festival
, Various Locations Edinburgh
|Event organiser/part of Scottish Storytelling Centre|
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Black History Walking Tour of Edinburgh
with Lisa Williams, Edinburgh Caribbean Association
Hear the fascinating but littleknown stories of Edinburgh’s deep connections with Africa, Asia and the Caribbean over the past 500 years. The walk around the centre of the city will make you see Edinburgh’s statues and buildings in a whole new way!
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