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Upcoming #workshop opportunities at the Storytelling Centre! https://t.co/OhuEHC8LEN https://t.co/eMUaniUWdp
RT @GrinagogTheatre: Edinburgh folk with kids! Little Ulla is on tomorrow (Sat 16th Dec) at Scottish Storytelling Centre. 11.30am and 2pm…
RT @LoveBooksGroup: We are @ScotStoryCentre to review @thebeaconarts #AWonderfulLife production. #breakaleg #theatre #edinburgh #scotland…
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7th August 2017
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe kicked off in earnest last Friday with another jam-packed programme of theatre, comedy, music, family shows and much, much more.
5th August 2017
How would you describe your show in one sentence?
24th July 2017
The Loud Poets return with a new show of spoken word for the masses, removing pretension and getting loud with video projections and resident band.
20th July 2017
We are delighted to host the return of Puppet State Theatre to their Fringe home with their gorgeous production exploring Niggle and his life.
17th July 2017
Born from a commission by Ceòl's Craic to bring together electronic and traditional music for live performance, WHɎTE have gone from strength to strength with their unique, rarely-
©Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland SC043009) is the national network for traditional arts as a vital and diverse element of Scottish life, which brings together the Traditional Music Forum (SC042867), the Scottish Storytelling Forum (SC020891) and the Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland (SC045085). TRACS is currently based at, and works in close co-operation with, the Scottish Storytelling Centre – A Home for Scotland’s Culture.
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