October 2014 News

25th September 2014

October sees the 18th Independent Radical Book Fair (22nd – 26th) offering the chance to keep our minds in tip top shape by participating in the many and varied author led events and the chance to buy many, many books. If you want to search for bargain trinkets then come to our ever popular Flea Markets on both 27th September and 1st November. Other serious toggery will be on offer at the Vintage Kilo rummage fest on the 18th. October’s Bruncheon (11th) will feature local musical talent creating a chilled out atmosphere alongside delicious home-made café food in the open space of the Drill Hall.

There are three exhibitions in the amazing main Drill Hall atrium in October. Exposure is a thought provoking photographic exhibition, part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival (6th – 10th), Artisans at Work features vibrant paintings and collages by Anna Redpath, Malcolm Knox and Seonaidh Jaques (from 13th – 17th) and Disability History Scotland‘s pop up exhibition and event (3rd) examines historical and current cultural change.
Drill Hall based Active Inquiry Theatre Company’s Legislative Theatre Project, Resilienceexplores how communities, individuals, groups and organisations can be supported to become more resilient and thrive (11th).

All events supported by the OOTB Drill Hall cafe’s delicious food. If you can’t make it to us – feel free to avail yourself of the Drill Hall Cafe’s new *LA KART* cargo bike food delivery social enterprise!

Visit our website for a full run down on the range of eventsclassesworkshops and exhibitions. Feel free to get involved in the action and get regular weekly updates by joining us on Facebook and Twitter.

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