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Outreach Campaign School Session

Opportunity: Unique Communications Role for Storytelling Festival

A communications professional is needed, with web and social media skills, and a passion for connecting with communities, schools and storytellers.

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Ross Whyte

Fringe 2017: Ross Whyte Q&A

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-heard Gaelic songs paired with ambient electronic arrangements.

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Robert Burns: Rough Cut

Fringe 2017: Gavin Paul Q&A

After a fantastic run last year and nomination for the Scottish Arts Club 2016 Best Production Award, the Centre is delighted to have this fantastic exploration of the real Robert Burns back for the Fringe to tantalise old and knew Bard fans alike.

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SISF 2017 Advanced Programme

Marking the 70th anniversary of Edinburgh as a Festival City, SISF goes global and demonstrates how the traditional art of storytelling is more vital than ever in connecting people worldwide, across cultures, places and generations.

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Call for Participants: Newer Researchers in Folklore

“Newer Researchers: Newer Approaches”. A one day conference jointly hosted by The Folklore Society and The Elphinstone Institute. Thursday 9 November 2017, 10:15 to 17:30 at The Warburg Institute.

Keynote speaker: Prof. Nick Groom (University of Exeter)

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