PENFEST 2018

1st till 9th September

Saturday 1st September

11.45am       CRAFT 4 ALL

Join Jenni in the Town Hall for this relaxed crafting session

 

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2.00PM        OPENING PENICUIK TURNER EXHIBITION

Popular annual open art and craft exhibition

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7.30PM        CURMUDGEON

Talented folk trio – anything but curmudgeonly.

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Sunday 2nd September

11.00am         STORY TELLING FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

Daniel Allison is a story teller who is sure to capture young imaginations.

 

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12.30PM       FUN WITH WORDS for p1-3

 

Moira Cormack makes words fun. The children will think this session is too short.

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2.30PM          MORE FUN WITH WORDS P4-7

Older children are encouraged to tell their own stories. The results will be displayed in the Arts Centre for the rest of the festival.

 

 

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2.00PM          BEYOND THE GARDEN

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An exhibition of new works by last year’s Penicuik Turner Prize Winner, Nancy Bryce

 

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Monday 3rd September

Turner Prize Exhibition and Beyond the Garden Exhibition continue in the Arts Centre at 4 West Street. Exhibitions are open from 10.00am till 4.00pm Monday to Saturday.


Tuesday 4th September

7.00pm              TELL YOUR STORY

 

Catherine Simpson, journalist, novelist and short story writer leads this writers’ workshop on how to write a memoire.

 

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8.30PM                SING ALONG WITH PENICUIK FOLK CLUB

Join Penicuik Folk Club in Shottstown miner’s Club for one of their regular singing sessions.

 

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Wednesday 5th September

7.30pm          CATHERINE DAVISON – AN ARTIST’S VIEW

An illustrated talk by Edinburgh-based artist, Catharine Davison.

 

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Thursday 6th September

7.00pm           PENICUIK WRITERS READ

7th September

7.30pm              ROSSLYN CHAPEL; POETRY AND MUSIC

8th September

7.00pm              FESTIVAL CONCERT

9th September

2.00pm                  TURNER PRIZE AND PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS