Some Penicuik events in 2007

(click for today’s up-to-date events upcoming and recent)

Some events in PENICUIK in 2007 in reverse order...  

 

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 30th 7.30

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

 

 throughout December:

Helen Douglas  books and prints

 

 

 

SATURDAY 29th DECEMBER

 

DESIGNER BRIC A BRAC &

Open House Retrospective

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 29 DECEMBER 2007 7PM

Storytelling at the Arts Centre fireside upstairs

CANCELLED due to illness of storyteller Lari Don

 

 

 

SATURDAY 22nd DECEMBER

GET TOGETHER SOME

GREEN

CHRISTMAS

DECORATIONS

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 22 DECEMBER 2007 7PM

Storytelling at the Arts Centre fireside upstairs with

 James Spence

 

 

BROUGHTON GALLERY

 

SCOTTISH POTTERS ASSOCIATION

Scottish pottery today

ANNUAL MEMBERS EXHIBITION

SATURDAY 4 NOVEMBER - 23 DECEMBER 2007

closed Mondays & Tuesdays

Broughton Gallery is a treasure trove of contemporary art and crafts in Boughton Place, a Sir Basil Spence tower house in a magical setting in the Scottish Borders. The house, just north of the village of Broughton, was designed by the young Basil Spence for Professor and Mrs Elliott in the style of a seventeenth century Scottish tower house and was completed in 1938.

Entrance to the gallery Main exhibition space Library

That Broughton Place should house an art gallery reflects Basil Spence's own interest in art and craft. He believed in art's ability to enhance the quality of life, that art humanised buildings, and he collaborated with many artists throughout his career. For Broughton Place itself, one of his earliest commissions, he used the Scottish architectural sculptor Hew Lorimer to add decorative reliefs to the building. The aim of Broughton Gallery is pure and simple: to provide a showcase for exceptional and competitively-priced contemporary arts and crafts. Wherever possible, work is sourced from Scotland. The watchword is "quality". The gallery's philosophy is not new. It draws a line straight back to William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement in seeking to preserve arts and crafts and to counteract the effects of mass production on both maker and consumer.

Basil Spence 1907-1976 & some of his architecture

     

Viceroy’s House New Delhi (for Edwin Lutyens); Broughton Place; Coventry Cathedral; Mortonhall Crematorium; Beehive Wellington NZ.

 

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 16th 2.30

SPECIAL EXTRA AFTERNOON SHOWING

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

Tiny Kirikou embarks on a perilous adventure to discover why an evil sorceress has it in for his African village. Lush animation for all ages from France, dubbed in English. To see it is to love it!

 Classified by the BBFC as (U) - Universal, suitable for all.

1999 winner Chicago International Children's Film Festival Adult's Jury Award - Animation

1999 winner Chicago International Children's Film Festival Children's Jury Award - Animation

2000 winner Montréal International Children's Film Festival Special Jury Prize for Feature Film

2002 winner British Animation Award Best European Feature Film (tied with Chicken Run)

Kirikou and the Sorceress PENICUIK TOWN HALL

 2.15 pm (for 2.30) a family treat especially for children

 see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 16th 7.30

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

 

Babette’s Feast

 

1987 Cert U             Entry £3.25    :          Refreshments Available

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

SATURDAY 15th DECEMBER 10AM-2PM

COME AND SUPPORT PENICUIK’s FIRST RESPONDERS

AND THORNTON ROSE RIDE-ABILITY AT

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 15 DECEMBER 2007 7.30PM

The YIDDISH SONG PROJECT

featuring the wonderful Stephanie Brickman on vocals, Phil Alexander on piano & accordion and
Jo Nicholson (Scottish Chamber orchestra) on clarinet. Traditional and original Yiddish music.

The Yiddish Song Project formed in 2006 in Edinburgh with the aim of performing Yiddish song and taking it to new audiences and also creating new work in Yiddish. In the short time we’ve been together we’ve done just that. Our audiences are a wonderful mixture of Jewish community and world music fans aged between 14 and 92! We do a little bit of everything from folk~klezmer, to musical theatre, tango, Yiddish swing and jazz, and throw some original composition into the mix.

 

 

 

SATURDAY 8 DECEMBER 2007 7.30PM

CHRISTMAS GALA CONCERT

 by THE DALKEITH SINGERS

in PENICUIK NORTH KIRK

 tickets £10 include bubbly

 

 

SATURDAY 8th DECEMBER

SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF

MAPS

 

 

SUNDAY DECEMBER 2nd  7.30

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

 

Phyllis Logan, Giovanni Mauriello, Denise Coffey, Tom Watson, Gregor Fisher

During the war in 1944, three Italian prisoners of war arrive in an isolated community in the Black Isle to help with the farming. Ignored by the locals, worried about families at home, miserable in the Scottish climate, they are finally befriended by a cowman's wife (Phyllis Logan). The film explores what happens to a community when people of a different culture are forced to live and work among them. Michael Radford's 1996 Oscar nomination for Best Director and Best Screenplay for Il Postino later established him as one of the most important British film directors of his generation.

Another Time Another Place 1983 Cert15 Entry£3.25 Refreshments before & after the show

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

upstairs at Penicuik Arts celebrating 30 Years of Penicuik Community Arts Association

Members and supporters party on Saturday 1st December.

 

 

Saturday December 1st 2007

CELEBRATE ST ANDREW

-and the joys of the

SCOTS KITCHEN

& taste some of its creations

 

 

Saturday December 1st 2007

WORLD AIDS DAY

Penicuik Vaults singers at Milestone House 1-2pm

Learn more about World AIDS Day.

 

Penicuik Arts Centre Upstairs

Monday November 26thSaturday December 1st 2007

 .

  annual awards exhibition 

Among the projects submitted for EAA’s 2006 Award presented this year
Scottish Storytelling Centre     Telford Drive      HBoS Mound       27 Hermitage Gardens

Heriot Toun Studio         2 Wellfield Swinton       Cowgate Housing       Dr Bell's Centre
Drumsheugh Gardens         Edinburgh Academy Science Centre         Edinburgh Quay 2
Eyre Place   Jordan Lane  Keegan Flatman  Lauder Road   Letham Mains   Oddfellows Hall
 Whittingehame Tower   St Georges Junior School   SASA   St Andrews New Arts Faculty

Transferred from Penicuik Trust’s Town Hall Open House

 

 throughout  NOVEMBER

Remember Remember   Seven Friends in November

 Jan Miller, Jane Kelly, Kirsteen Miller, Linda Early, Malcolm Cruickshank, Ulla Hipkin, Walter Simms.

paintings , pottery , constructions , stained glass

preview 2pm-5pm November 4th

 

 

Penicuik Town Hall

Saturday November 24th 2007

 .

  annual awards exhibition 

Among the projects submitted for EAA’s 2006 Award presented this year
Scottish Storytelling Centre     Telford Drive      HBoS Mound       27 Hermitage Gardens

Heriot Toun Studio         2 Wellfield Swinton       Cowgate Housing       Dr Bell's Centre
Drumsheugh Gardens         Edinburgh Academy Science Centre         Edinburgh Quay 2
Eyre Place   Jordan Lane  Keegan Flatman  Lauder Road   Letham Mains   Oddfellows Hall
 Whittingehame Tower   St Georges Junior School   SASA   St Andrews New Arts Faculty

Transferred from the RIAS Gallery, Rutland Square, Edinburgh

 

 

Sunday November 18th at 7.30

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

Casablanca starring Humphrey Bogart Ingrid Bergman unavailable

replaced by BOGART & HEPBURN in THE AFRICAN QUEEN

Entry £3,25  : Refreshments Available

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

 

Penicuik Town Hall

Saturday November 17th 2007

part of the Penicuik Community Development Trust’s Open House programme

a celebration of the Baden Powell centenary and Scouting in Penicuik

some pictures here

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

THURSDAY 15 NOV 2007 AT 8PM

Masters of Breton Music

 TYMAO

Hervé Lorre (fiddle) Frédérik Bouley (fiddle)

Patrick Le Penru (flute)  Philippe Jegou (guitar).

At Penicuik Arts to play for an audience before the Scots Fiddle Festival

With special guest James Ross (piano)

No-one lucky enough to hear Hervé and Frédérik in BoCoLo

at Penicuik Arts in February 2005 would want to miss this.

 

 

Penicuik Town Hall

Saturday November 10th 2007

 

 

 

BBC LANDWARD 9 NOVEMBER 2007

VIDEO LINK:   Whitmuir Farm & Leadburn Woods on BBC Landward

Peter Ritchie, Heather Anderson & David Sales talk to Nick Nairn

read more about Whitmuir Farm here

 

Sunday November 4th at 7.30

Penicuik Cinema in the Town Hall

Ellen BURSTYN Max Von SYDOW Lee J COBB Kitty WINN Jack MacGOWRAN Jason MILLER Linda BLAIR

1973  Cert X         Entry £3.25  :   refreshments available

 

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

 

display of

BOOTS & SHOES

click here for pictures

Penicuik Town Hall from 10am-2pm Saturday November 3rd 2007

part of the Penicuik Community Development Trust Open House programme

 

 

Ceilidh in support of Penicuik Sport & Leisure Foundation: Ladywood Leisure Centre

 

 

 

Penicuik Town Hall

Saturday Oct 27 2007 10am-2pm


part of the Penicuik Community Development Trust’s Open House programme

featuring the work of Environmental groups from the Pentland Hills to Leadburn Woods

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 27 OCT 2007 7.30PM

 

JAMES SPENCE

of the Scottish Storytelling Centre

STORIES FOR

 HALLOWEEN

£3.25 upstairs at the fireside refreshments

Arts Centre, 4 West St  Penicuik EH26 9DL  -look for the flag  Belgian flag.

 

 

sunday october 21 at 7.30

penicuik cinema in the town hall

presents  edinburgh’s restless natives

Vincent FRIELL  Joe MULLANEY  Teri LALLY  Robert URQUHART  Ned BEATTY  Bernard HILL

1982 Cert PG        Entry £3.25 : refreshments available

see the PenicuikCDT cinema programme here

 

 

 

Penicuik Town Hall Saturday October 20th 2007 10am-2pm

part of Penicuik Community Development Trust’s Open House programme

featuring some of the work of the United Nations around the world

 

 

 

OLD TOOLS

An exhibition in Penicuik Town Hall

Saturday October 13th 2007: 10am-2pm

click for pictures here   soup & refreshments

part of Penicuik Community Development Trust’s Open House programme

 

 

 

SUNDAY OCTOBER 7th  7.30

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND starring FOREST WHITAKER

with Simon McBurney  Gillian Anderson  James McAvoy  David Oyelowo  Kerry Washington

Open to the public, the first presentation of Penicuik CDT’s digital cinema group

2006 Cert 15        see the PCDT cinema programme here

 

  October from 7th : Willie Magee wildlife art

 

 

EARLY OCTOBER UPSTAIRS AT PENICUIK ARTS: CHILDREN OF BELARUS ART

 

 

 

 September till 6th Oct: Maggie Mowbray paintings& constructions

above exhibition presented as part of

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL click for daily diary of earlier exhibitions and events

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE

MONDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2007

 

       

TWO PIANOS

Rachel Topham & Graham Macdonald

 

 

FESTIVAL SATURDAY 8 SEPT

Lari Don

 

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE

THURSDAY 6TH SEPT 2007

Clarelynn Rose

The Open Heart

 

 

 

Fanattica & The Beggar Girls:  a night of acoustic & Balkan music

SOLD OUT

 

Dads & Lads Storytelling

Next Goal’s a Winner

for children & adults at Penicuik Library Sat 1 Sept, 11am

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE

SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 1.30pm-4pm

RED KITE

ANIMATION WORKSHOP

AGES 12-16                           £4

arranged by Penicuik Arts and supported by Midlothian Council

 

- a chance for hands-on experience.

RED KITE are award winning local animators, and their workshops are being presented to international delegates at the Edinburgh Film Festival. Their cartoon THE IMP (a 3D black and white animated series) is broadcast on Cartoon Network US and Disney Japan.

at Penicuik Arts Centre: spaces limited (01968 678804

Penicuik Arts Centre is at 4 West Street next to the Belgian Consulate  - look for the flag

 

 

Saturday 1 September

JAMES SPENCE

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL   click to look back at the daily diary of exhibitions and events

Following the success of last year’s limited Penicuik Arts Trail, this was the first year of a festival to co-ordinate events by

Penicuik Community Development Trust, Penicuik Community Arts Association, other local organizations and individual artists and performers.

 There were hundreds of artworks on display, workshops, performances and a ceilidh!

www.makers.org.uk/penicuik/festival

1 Penicuik Arts Centre 2-4 West St. upstairs exhibition, performances & craft shop, downstairs gallery cafe

2 Penicuik Town Hall 33 High Street.      3 Penicuik Pottery 17 High Street -through the arch & down the drive

4 John Street Garden Studio John Street Precinct -through brown gate   5 L’Amitie Restaurant John Street Precinct -close to RBS

6 Penicuik Library Carlops Road   7 Shop window exhibitions  a Optical Express John St precinct  b Headcases John St precinct

 c Flowers by Lindsey High St  d Pen-y-Coe Press Bridge St   plus John St precinct Cuikie Kids &  Art of Midlothian murals outside

8 Craigiebield Hotel Bog Road    9 North Kirk John Street   10 South Church Hall West Street  11 Dance Pointe Studio John Street

12 Ladywood Centre Yarrow Court    13 Beeslack High School Edinburgh Road  14 Stonework Studio Spittal, Ninemileburn (5 km south

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL   click to look back at the daily diary of exhibitions and events

 

Edinburgh Festival Fringe:

PENICUIK VAULTS SINGERS

Taizé for your Soul

St Marks, 7 Castle Terrace  Fringe venue 125

Wed. August 1st & Sat. August 25th 5pm (1hr) £5 (£4)

read more about this event here

 

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL click to look back at the daily diary of exhibitions and events

 

 AUGUST ~ Tomoko Nagatsuka

Tomoko Nagatsuka’s bold abstract pieces evolved from old kimonos

 

 JULY to 4 Aug: Annmarie Grant ~mixed media

 

 

FRIDAY 22 JUNE 2007: 7.30pm

PENICUIK TOWN HALL

with special guests Beeslack Community High School String Group

 

performance arranged by and for Penicuik Community Arts Association -run by volunteers -come and join us !

 £7 TICKET £5 concessions

Fantoosh! are Jenni Fraser (fiddle/violin), Pauline Salmond (cello), and Graham McDonald (piano). Fantoosh! play their own contemporary arrangements of traditional, classical and jazz music. Jenni grew up playing Scottish traditional music. She studied classical violin at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, but has never lost her passion for the music of Scotland -she is an experienced fiddler and plays regularly as a concert performer and for dancing. Pauline studied classical cello at the Douglas Academy in Glasgow, and the RNCM in Manchester. She went on to work as a District Community Musician in Norway and then organised and taught music at St Marys School, Melrose. Graham is an adaptable musician who can turn his hand to a wide variety of musical styles. From a young age, Graham was drawn to the piano and went to study at Northern College, Aberdeen where he was awarded a scholarship to the North East of Scotland Music School. Graham teaches, regularly performs solo piano recitals, works as an accompanist, plays in his local church music group and tunes pianos!
 www.fantooshmusic.co.uk  

 

 JUNE

Ian Reddie ~Lothian landscape screenprints and mixed media

 

Saturday 2 June 2007

Dozens of artists and musicians

 PENICUIK ARTS OPEN DAY

Click for images

10:30 Silk painting with Mamie Munro

Music from Jenni Fraser

11:00 Singing from Annie Patch with Rose Scott on piano

11:30 Jo Powell’s art workshop for children :

The Edinburgh Renaissance Band

12:00 knitwear demonstration by Annemarie Grant

12:30 Emily Scott sings with acoustic guitar

Jane Kelly demonstrates at the potters wheel

1:00 Music from the Beggar Girls

Mosaic demonstration from Hazel Vellacott

1:30 Catherine Freeland demonstrates at the spinning wheel

Neil Pennycook sings

2:00 Music from Emily Scott

James Spence storytelling

2:30  Aine Divine portraiture sitting

Music from Fanattica

3:00 Music from Neil Pennycook

Embroidery by current Gallery Café artist Julia Laing

3:30 Gypsy music from Fanattica

4:00 Wine, AGM and a reflection on our past year, all welcome

 

 

 showed from 7 May after a Sunday preview

work in textiles by Julia Laing  woodturning by Rob Halley

 

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 26 MAY

THE BEGGAR GIRLS

 

From the Stooriefit stable, five years together has developed this quadrophenia

 of feminine musical strength playing a range of European songs and tunes

 incorporating four-part harmonies with beautiful, and at times haunting melodies

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SOLD OUT

FRIDAY 11 MAY 2007

the eagerly awaited return of

moishes

bagel

 

“fabulous neo-klezmer … massive chops that extend to Scots music, Latin and well beyond …” Global Village Idiot Magazine  

“Consummate musicians…concentration and engagement  is palpable …this is high-class work” EdinburghGuide.com  

“Amazed and gobsmacked to witness such a performance … what a find!  - we were so lucky to have them” Sue Roberts, Artservice   

“one of the most moving musical experiences of my life”–Round & About Mull     “expressive and raunchy” –The Guardian

“exhilarating full flavoured stuff, often breathtakingly intricate but played with jubilation…the Bagel acquires the momentum of an express train” –The Herald   

7.30pm refreshments available Tickets £10 www.moishesbagel.co.uk

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 28 APRIL 2007

TANTEERIE

 

                                                                      from images by Jon Davey
A hugely enjoyable Penicuik concert

Tom Kane, Jane Jackson and Penny Forsyth formed a 3-part harmony ensemble in 2003 and sing mostly unaccompanied, traditional Scots song. Although their backgrounds are diverse (Glaswegian, Mancunian & Kiwi) they share a love of traditional Scots music and close harmony singing. www.tanteerie.com

7.30pm.  refreshments available

 Tickets in advance from the Arts Centre (4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804) or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 


In April the  showed work by

illustrator and printmaker Alice Melvin

 featuring prints from An A to Z Treasure Hunt,

a children's book being published this September by the Tate.

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

AFTERNOON PUPPET SHOW

SATURDAY 7 APRIL 2007

YUGEN PUPPETS

 

TAMLIN

Captured by the fairy queen and taken into the fairy hill to dwell, Tamlin has no hope of escape until he meets Janet. With her help he has one chance to break the spell and return to the real world. Can she do it? Or is Tamlin fated to stay in the fairy underworld for ever? Tamlin uses hand-carved driftwood puppets, shadow puppets and large 2D creatures. A visual piece with an original soundtrack by Scottish musicians and some digital animation! 

Penicuik Arts Centre : Saturday 7 April at 1pm  -Gallery Café open for refreshments

Tickets £3 in advance from the Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804  or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 

Penicuik Arts & Midlothian Libraries competition & exhibition:

INSPIRED BY CHILDRENS BOOKS

Opened at the new Penicuik library and transferred to the Arts Centre after the Easter weekend

 

 

At PENICUIK ARTS on 31 March 2007

 Rob St John

John Mowbray & friends

Emily Scott

tickets from the artists or PENICUIK ARTS

4 West St. EH26 9DL  01968 678804

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag   

 

 

 

During March 2007 the  shows

-an exhibition and sale of modern botanical illustrations by

LOUISE CUNNINGHAM

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 24 MARCH 2007

THE BLACKHEARTS

Two voices and an acoustic guitar -good, simple, memorable songs and great harmonies.

 

Chrissy Mostyn (vocals) Richard Pilkington (vocals and guitar) -The Blackhearts travelled to Penicuik Arts last year to hear chris and thomas, and performed with them on their UK tour.  In December they came to Penicuik to perform themselves.  After that successful evening they’re back once again. Hear them play here on Saturday 24 March at 7.30pm. Tickets £6 from the Arts Centre, 2 - 4 West Street EH26 9DL telephone 01968 678804. Refreshments are available on the night. Listen to The Blackhearts website

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

WEDNESDAY 14 MARCH 2007

A Piano and Cello concert

MARIE MACLEOD & MARTIN STURFÄLT

presented by PCAA at PENICUIK ARTS with support from the

 TUNNELL TRUST for YOUNG MUSICIANS

Swedish pianist Martin Sturfält has become one of the most sought-after musicians of his generation. Born in 1979, he studied at the Stockholm Royal College of Music and at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. Martin began giving regular concerts at the age of 11, and has since performed extensively throughout Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Reviews described his recent concerto performance with the Halle Orchestra as masterly, with "real technical brilliance, which Sturfält has in abundance." 

British cellist Marie Macleod  is rapidly establishing her versatility. As well as performing frequently as soloist with orchestras and as recitalist with Martin Sturfält, her duo partner, Marie is a passionate chamber musician as cellist in the Aronowitz Ensemble, and the award winning Lendvai String Trio. Trained at the Guildhall and a former BBC Young String Musician of the Year, she has appeared as soloist with many orchestras including the London Symphony Orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra, and has given concerts across Europe, and in CanadaAustralia and the USA

Pieces en Concert : Couperin arr. Bazelaire

Louange à l’éternite de Jésus (1940-41): Messiaen

Sonata for Cello (1915): Debussy

INTERVAL

Sonata for Violincello and Piano in A major (1886): Franck

Penicuik Arts Centre Wednesday 14 March

 7.30pm.  refreshments available

 Tickets £5 in advance from the Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804  or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 

 

 

Penicuik Arts CENTRE

~  MIDLOTHIAN TWINNING ASSOCIATION  ~  

MONDAY 5 MARCH 2007

Les francais present
A SCOTSMAN'S STORY
Jock's experience of W.W.I
Artois battlefield
through early XXth
french live music

event to celebrate the twinning of Angres & Danderhall

7.30pm.  refreshments available –seats limited

 book ahead at MTA (0131 271 3161, at Penicuik Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL   (01968 678804  - or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 

Printable Penicuik Poster

 

UPSTAIRS AT PENICUIK ARTS

Display of Penicuik and Midlothian in the First War for 2 weeks

to precede and follow the SCOTSMANS STORY performance

 by Les Francais at Penicuik Arts on 5 March

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

SATURDAY 3 MARCH 2007

PROUDLY PRESENTS

               

ANDREA TURNER

singing Jacques Brel, Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill and Johnny Mercer

in an intimate acoustic setting.

DIETER LANE accompanies on guitar, oud (lute) & barrel organ

"Andrea Turner has a voice like Guinness"

“themes of life and love… find yourself transported by Turner’s deep, rich, sultry voice.  Accompanied by guitar and oud and at times singing alone, this is wonderfully diverse.”   “Intimate…the singers voice is smooth and chocolaty, reminiscent of Lena Horne, the instrumentalist’s guitar and lute give a lovely accompaniment.”

7.30pm.     - refreshments available

 Tickets £5 in advance from the Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804  or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

 

 

In February the  shows

RECENT ARTWORK BY JO POWELL’S

 CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES AT PENICUIK ARTS

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

FRIDAY 16 FEBRUARY 2007

Musicologist FRED FREEMAN

 introduced us to his project on the Songs of Robert Burns in 2002

unveiled his new project to record the full cycle of songs of Paisley’s

Robert Tannahill (1774-1810)

Dr Fred Freeman, musicologist 

 7.30pm.  refreshments available

 Tickets £5 in advance from the Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804  or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

Penicuik has drawn appreciative audiences over the years for the rediscovery of Scotland’s musical heritage, for example Fred Freeman’s presentation of the Burns cycle at the Arts Centre in January 2002, Maurice Checker & Robin Mason’s Concert for Chernobyl at the North Kirk in June 2002 featuring Sir John Clerk’s “Penicuik Lion”; David Johnson’s illustrated talk on Sir John Clerk’s music at the Arts Centre in June 2005, John Kenny’s Carnyx concert in Penicuik Town Hall in the same month, and the performance of Thomas Erkine’s 1761 Symphony in C by St George’s Sinfonia in Penicuik Town Hall in June 2006.

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2007

LINDA ROSALIA-FLEMING

Linda Rosalia-Fleming

Singer, songwriter and musician with a passion for European jazz-pop and Latin jazz in her own treatment of songs from cult artists like Edith Piaf, Francoise Hardy and Serge Gainsbourg.

7.30pm.  refreshments available

 Tickets £5 in advance from the Arts Centre

4 West St. EH26 9DL  (01968 678804  or at the door

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate -look for the flag    

www.lindarosaliafleming.co.uk

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS

~ PENICUIK COMMUNITY ARTS ASSOCIATION ~  

SATURDAY 3 FEBRUARY 2007

MICHAEL MARRA

We’re proud to present our old friend Michael Marra, who needs no introduction as a hugely loved & respected performer and one of Scotland's great songwriters.  Hear Michael Marra play here close up at Penicuik Arts on Saturday 3 February at 7.30pm. Tickets £10 from the Arts Centre, 2 - 4 West Street EH26 9DL telephone 01968 678804. Refreshments available on the night.  See and hear him on http://www.marra.me.uk/

SOLD OUT

 

 

 

That was 2007.

 

 

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