July 2013 News

27th June 2013

Summertime is music to our ears here at the OOTB Drill Hall, with classes, workshops, exhibitions, events and performances to suit all ages. Sign up with OOTB resident theatre company Strange Town to create a play in just five days, (1st – 12th for ages 8-10 and 11-14) or Happy Ears music class for 0-3’s (starting 15th July) each session featuring guitar, mandolin, ukulele and plenty of percussion, or turn yourself upside down with Aerial Skills Taster Classes (10th July and August dates)

Other OOTB Drill Hall regulars appearing in July include OOTB resident artist and prolific teacher Tomlin’s appearance at Bruncheon (13th) and resident jewellers, Precious Metals Workshop Annual Exhibition (5th – 13th) of solid and lovingly crafted metals.

The Asset Based Mapping Project (1st – 4th) showcases maps produced by the young people of North Edinburgh, individually created by young people at The Junction, Muirhouse Youth Development Group, Pilton Youth and Children’s Project and Granton Youth Centre.

Drill Hall regulars Wiff Waff Wednesday (17th) and the OOTB Flea Market (27th) return for their summertime specials. Not to be missed. All supported by delicious seasonal food and drink from the Drill Hall Arts Cafe.

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