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Super Sedan Chairs

Super Sedan Chairs


Museum of Edinburgh
[Workshop]

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 2.30pm - 4pm
Dates:Thu 30 July 2015
Cost: £4 per person

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Sedan chairs carried wealthy people around Edinburgh, particularly in the city's Old Town


Take inspiration from the museum’s Sedan Chair to build and decorate your own miniature one. 

With Lauren Wayland.


** Please note that children cannot be booked into workshops alone; at least one paying adult must accompany them. **



Pre-booking and advance payment are essential. To secure your place please book and pay:

Online: via the Usher Hall website  Listings are in date order.

By phone: 0131 228 1155 (Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm)

In person:  Box Office, Usher Hall, Lothian Road, EH1 2EA (Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm)


For further information about this event (non-booking information) contact Margaret Findlay, Public Programmes Manager, on 0131 529 3963 or via margaret.findlay@edinburgh.gov.uk

 

Cityscapes

Cityscapes


Museum of Edinburgh
[Workshop]

Celebrate The Big Draw in Museum of Edinburgh.

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 1pm - 3pm
Dates:Sat 3 October 2015
Cost: £4 per person

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In the kitchen with Mrs Mash

In the kitchen with Mrs Mash


Lauriston Castle
[Workshop]

Join Mrs Mash the storytelling cook for stories, songs, games and food fun for all the family.

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Dates:Sun 4 October 2015
Cost: £6 per person

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Forensic Medicine in Edinburgh: Historical Origins and Subsequent Historical Sphere of Influence

Forensic Medicine in Edinburgh: Historical Origins and Subsequent Historical Sphere of Influence


Lauriston Castle
[Lecture]

Professor Anthony Busuttil will take you on a journey through the intriguing world of forensics in Edinburgh and the role of the forensic medical expert in the investigative tea...

Who is this for? - Adults
Opening Hours: 10.30am
Dates:Wed 7 October 2015
Cost: £8 - includes a special tour of the Castle, coffee and cakes

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Gretna 100

Gretna 100


Museum of Edinburgh
[Lecture]

On the morning of Saturday 22 May 1915 near Gretna, 226 people were killed and over 224 wounded in the worst disaster in British railway history.

Who is this for? - Adults
Opening Hours: 10.30am
Dates:Wed 7 October 2015
Cost: £5 (£3.50 concessions)

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King Arthur in Edinburgh

King Arthur in Edinburgh


Museum of Edinburgh
[Lecture]

An investigation of the deep-rootedness of Arthurian tradition in Edinburgh and Scotland.

Who is this for? - Adults
Opening Hours: 10.30am
Dates:Thu 8 October 2015
Cost: £5 (£3.50 concessions)

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The Fascination of Jewellery:  Important Women Collectors

The Fascination of Jewellery: Important Women Collectors


Lauriston Castle
[Lecture]

Clare Blatherwick focuses on four women and their amazingly diverse jewellery collections – Evalyn Walsh McLean, Marjorie Merriweather Post, Elizabeth Taylor and Madeleine Albri...

Who is this for? - Adults
Opening Hours: 10.30am
Dates:Fri 9 October 2015
Cost: £8 - includes a special tour of the Castle, coffee and cakes

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Dark Age Potter

Dark Age Potter


Museum of Edinburgh
[Workshop]

Visit our new exhibition about Cramond during the Dark Ages and then have fun creating art works inspired by the period at one of our family workshops.

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 2.30pm - 4pm
Dates:Sat 10 October 2015
Cost: £4 per person

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Amazing Autumn Jewellery

Amazing Autumn Jewellery


Lauriston Castle
[Workshop]

Take inspiration from the amazing autumn colours and textures at Lauriston...

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Dates:Sun 11 October 2015
Cost: £4 per person

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Art on a Plate

Art on a Plate


Museum of Edinburgh
[Workshop]

Take inspiration from our ceramic collection and design and decorate your own piece of ceramic art.

Who is this for? - Families
Opening Hours: 2.30pm - 4pm
Dates:Thu 15 October 2015
Cost: £4 per person

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