January 2016 News

Thursday 7th January

It’s good to be at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall in January to get a flavour of new opportunities on offer throughout the year. Out of the Blue’s acclaimed monthly Bruncheon will pick up from the fine work of its former hipper kipper (Thank’s Isi!) and welcome Candythief as January’s guest promoter and performer (9th). We also welcome back Wiff Waff Wednesday (13th) as ever providing an uplifting evening of ping pong, music and conviviality.  Freeze Frame flies again with classic film and food (15th).  We have a new opportunity for rummaging at the Humble Jumble (16th), and also at the fabulous regular monthly Flea Market (30th).

All the above events are supported by delicious food and drink from the Out of the Blue Drill Hall Arts Cafe; a social enterprise, a training project for young people and much, much more.

Out of the Blue’s projects continue to flourish with #artcore running a programme of workshops including comics, animation and the Out of the Blueprint drop in encouraging and welcoming young people’s participation.

Out of the Blue’s Gretna 100 film is shortly to be on show at the Museum of Edinburgh. If you can’t make the museum the film can also be viewed here on OOTB’s youtube channel.

Classes and workshops feature heavily in the OOTB Drill Hall’s programme and welcome your participation. Once again Strange Town Youth Theatre and Young Company are offering amazing dramatic opportunities for children of 8-18, and 18-25 respectively.

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