Some 2009 events in and near PENICUIK -latest first...

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on our big screen…

special PENICUIK CINEMA in the NORTH KIRK

SUNDAY 27 DECEMBER 2009

 REGINALD MILLS’s Tales of Beatrix Potter (1971) 90 min. Cert U

Frederick Ashton, Alexander Grant, Julie Wood, Wayne Sleep

Sir Frederick Ashton's masterful choreography, the Royal Ballet ensemble and clever costumes bring Peter Rabbit, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and friends to life in a New Year spectacular to please Beatrix Potter fans of all ages. Welcomed in Australia asAn ideal film for children, adults, ballet-lovers - and anyone who wants to see one of the most charming films in years”

£4  doors open 3pm starts 3.30

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Tuesday December 15th 2009, 8.00pm, Tich Frier. One of the finest singers and entertainers we know, a welcome guest again. Penicuik Folk Club meets in the Roadhouse Pub, 136 John Street, Penicuik, EH26 8NJ, (01968) 678405. We have a concert once a month (PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW START TIME OF 8PM), all other Tuesdays from 8.30pm we have a  relaxed free song/tune session, all welcome to sing, play or listen  check www.penicuikfolk.org.uk

on our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

SUNDAY13 DECEMBER 2009

 INGMAR BERGMAN’S  FANNY & ALEXANDER (1982)  188 min Cert 15

Pernilla Allwin, Bertil Guve, Börje Ahlstedt, Allan Edwall, Ewa Fröling

Intended to be his last film, this seasonal screening shows a softer side of Bergman's genius. Two young children grow up in the Edwardian era opulence in a large theatrical family. Combining the certain yet fragile world of adults with the fantastic world of children, the film won 4 Oscars and worldwide acclaim. 

£4      Check start time

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE

FANATTICA

"In virtuously raw songs, Fanattica turn Scotland’s capital into a Balkan fairytale of fog swept docks and drunken tangos,,,it’s great to hear a band whose focus is the soul…a Baltic sea shanty would make even the scurviest of sea dogs heave and haul those oars..Ali Mahoney, The Skinny

PLUS ACCLAIMED

BLUEFLINT

"Stories of heartbreak, revenge and plenty more drama besides pepper the lyrics of ace Edinburgh bluegrass banjo duo of Deborah Arnott and Clare-Louise Neilson...Their sublime delicate vocal harmonising adds a layer of achingly melancholy beauty to every song...their wonderful take on Americana could warm the coldest of hearts." The List  ’Wholly engaging to anyones ears...great songs..taking them beyond any Bluegrass pigeon holes.....the songs have a special atmosphere of their own.’ Preview, The List  ’These sublime original songs cannot fail to move you…one future classic after another.17 Seconds "...beautiful ballads of love and revenge with fantastic harmonies......what's not to love?" Scotland on Sunday Review “A female banjo bluegrass duo you just have to hear. Deborah Arnott and Claire-Louise Neilson are sublime as they sing ballads of love and loss..Rick Fulton – The Daily Record "Drawing mostly from their own material, Deborah Arnott and Clare-Louise Neilson played what could very loosely be described as bluegrass-derived songs, but they weren't afraid to play around with the genre, exceptional harmonising. Their version of the old Elvis classic That's All Right breathed new life into a tired old warhorse."Martin Lenon – The Edinburgh Evening News

Friday 4th December. Doors 7:30 pm. Tickets £5 on the door or contact John on 01968 670224. BYOB

 

 

on our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

29 NOVEMBER 2009

CLAUDE BERRI’S JEAN DE FLORETTE  1986            120 min. Cert PG

with  Yves Montand, Gerard Depardieu, Daniel Auteuil

Filmed in Vaucluse (in the hills behind Penicuik's twin town L’isle sur la Sorgue,) the film brings together an incomer Jean (Gerald Depardieu) pitted against Papet the village patriarch (played by an aging Yves Montand). Coveting their steading, Papet plots to ruin Jean by cutting off his water supply.

£4  doors open 7pm starts 7.30

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

TUESDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2009

Transition Initiatives Town Hall 7-9pm

 

 

on our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

15 NOVEMBER 2009

KEN LOACH’s THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY  2006  Cert 15

Callum Murphy, Liam Cunningham, Padraic Delaney

Set in the 1920s during the Irish War of Independence and the Civil War that followed, Ken Loach's powerfully tragic film won the Palme d'Or at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. 

 127mins  £4  doors open 7pm starts 7.30

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

 

SATURDAY 14 NOVEMBER AT PENICUIK ARTS

FERINTOSH

www.ferintosh.com

Abby Newton (cello) and Kim Robertson (harp) of the outstanding North American trio are touring Scotland with Mairi Campbell and make a welcome third visit to Penicuik Arts

 4 West St 7.30pm £10

Ferintosh with Kim Robertson-harp, Abby Newton-cello
and special guest Mairi Campbell-vocal/ fiddle /viola

 

 

Tuesday November 11th 2009

PENICUIK FOLK CLUB DOUBLE BILL:

 Scott Gardner & Johnny Kemp with Lucy Pringle & Chris Wright

 Songs, tunes and harmony all night long. Penicuik Folk Club meets in the Roadhouse Pub, 136 John Street, Penicuik, EH26 8NJ, (01968) 678405. We have a concert once a month (PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW START TIME OF 8PM), all other Tuesdays from 8.30pm we have a  relaxed free song/tune session, all welcome to sing, play or listen  check www.penicuikfolk.org.uk

 

Sunday 8 November 2009

PENICUIK FOOD PROJECT

Interested members of the group meet in Penicuik Town Hall to report progress –come along- 7.30pm

www.makers.org.uk/penicuik/food

 

 

 

 

 

CHARITY CONCERTS TO SUPPORT

 

A simple solution to world hunger that works
Mary’s Meals is an international movement to set up school feeding projects in communities where poverty and hunger prevent children from gaining an education. Mary’s Meals provides daily meals in school for over 375,000 children in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

MONTEVERDI

Vespers (1610)

The Linton Singers & The Scottish Gabrieli Ensemble

with Annie Patch, Caroline Gold, Tom Morss, Adam Apastoli, David Arulanantham

Conductor: Murray Campbell

CARLOPS CHURCH CARLOPS SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER 7.30

CANONGATE KIRK EDINBURGH SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER 7.30

TICKETS £8 AT THE DOOR

 

SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER

ALPINE FLOWERS

Rarities from the mountains of France, Switzerland and Scotland

 in Penicuik Town Hall

PLUS STOP PRESS: TIME  TO SAVE JACKSON STREET SCHOOL

 

 

FRIDAY 6 NOVEMBER AT PENICUIK ARTS

Matt Checker

A local lad, he's home for a visit and will treat us to some of his own songs and acoustic guitar 4  West St 7.30 pm £5

 

 

 

on our big screen…PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

SUNDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2009

INGMAR BERGMAN’S THE SEVENTH SEAL (Det sjunde inseglet)  1957  96mins Cert PG,

Gunnar Björnstrand, Bengt Ekerot, Max von Sydow, Bibi Andersson, Nils Poppe

Ingmar Bergman's chilling, audacious and awe-inspiring masterpiece. Set in mediaeval Europe, a knight returns from the crusades as plague stalks the land. The film opens in an iconic scene with the knight Antonius Block (Max von Sydow) gambling for his life in a chess game with Death. Melvyn Bragg wrote "Somehow all of Bergman's own past .. poured into a series of pictures that carry the most mysterious revelation of simply being alive." 

£4  doors open 7pm starts 7.30

Penicuik cinema season here

 

Sunday 1 November 2009

3.15pm-4.30 Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at historic Crichton Church near Pathhead

 

OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER 2009

Jackson Street School

exhibition at Penicuik Community Development Trust’s Open House

in the Cowan Institute, Penicuik Town Hall Saturday 31 October 2009 10am-2pm

 

 

 

SATURDAY 31 OCTOBER AT PENICUIK ARTS

Witches and Wolves

 at Halloween.

Scottish author and storyteller Lari Don will read from her adventure novel Wolf Notes and her retelling of Tam O'Shanter, she will share some of her favourite stories about wolves, witches and other dark and magical beings, and she might even help you imagine some magic of your own.
for over 8 year olds

Arts Centre, West Street, 2.20-3.30 pm  £3.50

 

24 October preview KITTY FYFFE’S POSTCARDS

an Open House exhibition at Penicuik Town Hall

 

on our big screen…PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

SUNDAY 18 OCTOBER 2009

The Duchess Poster - Click to View Extra Large Image

SAUL DIBB’s THE DUCHESS (2008)  110 min Cert12A  £4  doors open 7pm starts 7.30

 Keira Knightley, Ralph Fiennes, Charlotte Rampling, Dominic Cooper, Hayley Atwell

Georgiana Spencer (Keira Knightley) married the Duke of Devonshire in a world of Georgian decadence and political change. A spirited woman, adored by the public, she quickly found her marriage disappointing. With constant public scrutiny and an unfaithful husband, Georgiana falls passionately in love with a rising young Whig politician. 

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

 

Sunday 18 October

3.15pm-4.30 Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at Graigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

 

 

Saturday 17 October 2009

PENICUIK FOOD PROJECT

Interested members of the group meet to explore next steps on the ground at Penicuik House car park, Carlops Road at 2pm  

www.makers.org.uk/penicuik/food

 

 

 

SATURDAY 17 OCTOBER 2009

 Signwriting

an Open House exhibition at Penicuik Town Hall with professional signwriter Robin Abbey and a chance to see some of Alan  Campbell’s photographs of Glasgow numbers

PLUS STOP PRESS: TIME  TO SAVE JACKSON STREET SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday October 13th 2009 PENICUIK FOLK CLUB

8.00pm, £10 (Conc £8) The Roadhouse, Penicuik
Our October guest is Wizz Jones, an old friend, guitar maestro and singer extraordinaire, a legend and a piece of history.  Wizz is one of the finest guitar players you're ever going to see. He has been playing since the 1960s and many  people have been influenced by him (Clapton, Keith Richards  among others). He's  70 now , playing as well as ever , with a lifetime's  experience--from busking, backing, and playing the world over.
Wizz's first love is ragtime and blues , which he plays like no-one else. After  decades of singing and playing traditional music he has a huge  repertoire,  with something for everyone who enjoys the music at its best. Our only recent guest to feature in Wikipedia, find out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wizz_Jones  or his own website http://www.wizzjones.com
Penicuik Folk Club meets in the Roadhouse Pub, 136 John Street, Penicuik, EH26 8NJ, (01968) 678405. We have a concert once a month (PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW START TIME OF
8PM), all other Tuesdays from 8.30pm we have a  relaxed free song/tune session, all welcome to sing, play or listen  check www.penicuikfolk.org.uk


Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 11 October 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

 

SUNDAY 11 OCTOBER

TOWN HALL AT 7.30

PENICUIK COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT

COMMUNITY FOOD GROWING, CLIMATE CHALLENGE, AND PEAK OIL

details on www.makers.org.uk/penicuik/food

The Penicuik Community Food group which has formed with Penicuik Community Development Trust support to expand growing opportunities in Penicuik and restore the upper walled gardens on the Penicuik estate meets in the Town Hall on 11 October at 7.30.  Please come along if you are interested.

 

 

10 OCTOBER 2009

 

 

Town Hall 6 - 10 October 2009

to mark this week-long exhibition by Penicuik Historical Society  supported by the National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund. Penicuik Community Development Trust is launching its publication “An Account of Two Visits to the Valleyfield Mills” based on some of its tercentenary Open House displays during 2009

 

 

 

 

on our big screen…PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

Sunday 4 October 2009

DANNY BOYLE’S TRAINSPOTTING  (1996)   94 min Cert 18   £4  doors open 7pm starts 7.30 

Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller, Kevin McKidd, Robert Carlyle, Kelly Macdonald

Devastatingly comic and painfully tragic, Danny Boyle's picture of Edinburgh youth culture and its recreational habits put Irvine Welsh's hard-hitting novel on the international map. Ewan McGregor is brilliant as smartaleck junkie Renton, and Robert Carlyle gives a stunning performance as the violent Begbie. This is a savagely sophisticated work and a landmark British classic. 

Penicuik cinema season here

 

Sunday 4 October 2009

3.15pm-4.30 Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at historic Crichton Church near Pathhead

 

 

 

 

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

SUNDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2009

STEPHEN DALDRY’s THE READER   Ralph Fiennes, Jeanette Hain, David Kross, Kate Winslet

124 min. (2008) Cert 15       £4            doors open 7pm starts 7.30  94m  Cert PG

Kate Winslet won an Oscar for her lead in this dramatic story of love and a secret past

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and visitors together ...

ARTS FESTIVAL

On our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL 6 SEPT 2009

F.W. MURNAU’s NOSFERATU (1922) with Max Schreck, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder

Special Arts Festival screening with live piano accompaniment by Graham MacDonald

 £8 (£6) doors open 7pm starts 7.30  94m  Cert PG

Subtitled “A Symphony of Terror” Murnau's silent-film adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula pioneered the genre of horror film.

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

SUNDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2009

11am onwards on Cornbank Green Kite flying and  bring a picnic with Paul Carline and the Dare Bears 

3.15pm-4.30 Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at historic Crichton Church near Pathhead

7.30pm Film Classic: F.W. Murnau’s Nosferatu (Dracula) at Penicuik Town Hall

with Graham Macdonald’s live piano accompaniment £8

 

Penicuik Taizé Vaults sing at Crichton Church 3.15pm

 

click for a printable copy of the updated 2009 FESTIVAL PROGRAMME

 

 

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 2009

Africa in the Craigiebield Hotel by Sharon MacKenzie: Artworkshops, Storytelling, musicmaking evening

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre Upstairs West Street and extending to window displays in Pen-y-coe Press, Flowers by Lindsey, Headcases, and Optical Express.

10 am–4 pm: artworks at the Arts Centre’s Gallery CAFÉ 4 West Street

Open Studios 11am–4pm:

 

Penicuik Pottery at Valleyfield House, 17 High Street through the arch & down the drive

Jane Kelly pottery ,   Amy Copeman Paris Dogs, Dam Dogs fine art photographs,

Mette Fruergaard-Jensen clocks and brooches          Christina Suter weavings

Jan Miller art glass, raku   Kirsteen Miller glass  plus  Catherine Freeland woolspinning when available

 

John Street Garden Studio through brown gate in the precinct 

Ulla Hipkin people paintings

Ian Milne wood turning

Belle Claudi knitted landscapes

 

Stonework Studios at Spital Farm on the Pentlands at Ninemileburn

 Ian Newton & Gus Fisher Stonecarving & lettercutting

 

Arts Trail:

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Jane Turner and Ryan Swinney: Emotions & stereotypes –mixed media, prints & paintings

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Children’s images of Africa (to 30 August)

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Beeslack Camera Club (from 31 August)

 

1pm -4pm Autumn Flower Show by Penicuik Horticultural Society at Ladywood Centre donation

-one of Scotland’s oldest flower shows –pot plants, cut flowers, vegetables, floral art. Refreshments

1.30pm and 3pm: stories in the travelling caravan, Penicuik pottery 17 High Street

Africa Day at the Craigiebield

 

Penicuik Flower show at Ladywood          John Street Garden Studio

 

    Mette Fruergaard-Jensen                                storytelling at Penicuik Pottery

 

Jane Kelly  Penicuik Pottery   Amy Copeman Dogs   Jan Miller glass 

Gallery Café mixed media and Penicuik Arts exhibition upstairs at West St

botanic art at Le Tout P’ti patissier & bistro;   paintings John St studio

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

FRIDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 2009

Arts Trail:

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Jane Turner and Ryan Swinney: Emotions & stereotypes –mixed media, prints & paintings

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Beeslack Camera Club

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre Upstairs West Street and extending to window displays in Pen-y-coe Press, Flowers by Lindsey, Headcases, and Optical Express.

7.30-9pm Showcase dance display and unplugged music from William and Julie McInally , Dance Studio, John Street precinct wine, refreshments & nibbles £1.50

7.30pm Makossa outstanding Ghanaian musician Peter Akyeampong and his 5 man African band Craigiebield Hotel £8

    

Gallery Café mixed media and Penicuik Arts exhibition upstairs at West St

 

             artworks at Navaar House Hotel and Craigiebield Hotels

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

THURSDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 2009

Arts Trail:

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Jane Turner and Ryan Swinney: Emotions & stereotypes –mixed media, prints & paintings

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Beeslack Camera Club

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre Upstairs West Street and extending to window displays in Pen-y-coe Press, Flowers by Lindsey, Headcases, and Optical Express.

Evening concert: Andi Neate at The Hub from 7pm tickets £5 www.thebooth.co.uk or 07989 984261

paintings: Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway

 

exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs                         Sandi Neate at the Music Hub

ARTS FESTIVAL

TUESDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2009

 

Turner Prize exhibition 2009   Darwin discussion   Gill Bowman celebrates Burns at the Folk Club                      

 

SUNDAY 30 AUGUST 2009

3.15pm Penicuik Taize Vaults sing at historic Seton Chapel near Longniddry

On our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL

30 AUGUST 2009 7.30

MIDLOTHIAN’S TRUE GENIUS OF FILM

BILL DOUGLAS TRILOGY: My Childhood, My Ain Folk, My Way Home

filmed 1970-78 in Newcraighall, Edinburgh & Egypt   Cert 15

 with Stephen Archibald, Hughie Restorick, Helena Gloag, Joseph Blatchley

My Childhood (1972) 46 min  My Ain Folk (1973) 55 min  My Way Home (1978) 71 min 

Special Arts Festival screening of all 3 films £8 (£6) doors open 6.45 starts 7.15 pm

Bill Douglas' autobiographical trilogy sees through his childhood’s eyes the mining village of Newcraighall in the aftermath of the Second World War, abandoned by his father, his mother unstable, friendship from a prisoner-of-war.  These pioneering masterpieces of cinema realism won the highest accolades —The Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival and special prizes at Berlin—but are rarely seen in Britain. "They are unique—no other piece of cinema ever showed those quietly shivering landscapes" Jamie is played with heart-breaking conviction by Stephen Archibald.  In brutal surroundings, and subject to hardship and rejection,  he must fend for himself.  We see him grow from child to adolescent – angry and bewildered, but playful, creative and affectionate. “Watching the Trilogy is far from a depressing experience. This is cinematic poetry: Douglas contracted his subject matter to the barest essentials – dialogue is kept to a minimum, and fields, slag heaps and cobbled streets are shot in bleak monochrome. Yet with its unexpected humour and warmth, the Trilogy brims with clear-eyed humanity, and affection for an ultimately triumphant young boy.”   

Penicuik cinema season here

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 29 AUGUST 2009

Arts Trail:

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Moira Dickson & Friends: embroideries

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Children’s images of Africa

10am-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre Upstairs West Street and extending to window displays in Pen-y-coe Press, Flowers by Lindsey, Headcases, and Optical Express

Open Studios 11am–4pm:

 

Penicuik Pottery at Valleyfield House, 17 High Street through the arch & down the drive

Jane Kelly pottery ,  Mette Fruergaard-Jensen boxes and brooches in natural wood, copper, aluminium, amber, bone & horn  Jan Miller stained glass, raku       

 

John Street Garden Studio through brown gate in the precinct 

Ulla Hipkin paintings, Ian Milne woodcarving

 

Stonework Studios at Spital Farm on the Pentlands at Ninemileburn

 Ian Newton & Gus Fisher Stonecarving & lettercutting

 

 

 

James Spence Afternoon storytelling in the caravan at Penicuik Pottery Valleyfield House 17 High Street

7.30pm Regg Inwe (Reghardt de Beer) from South Africa plays classical guitar music and African songs Penicuik Arts Centre £5

Regg Inwe
Reghardt de Beer
at Penicuik Arts 2009

 Penicuik Community Arts exhibition at the Art Centre upstairs   Amy Copeman Dogs   Ulla Hipkin people

  

Christina Suter                  Jan Miller           &  Jane Kelly at Penicuik Pottery             

      

   Ian Newton -Ninemileburn   kites, carving, glass, painting Town Hall        James Spence storytelling at the caravan

  

South Africa’s Regg Inwe (Reghardt de Beer) plays classical guitar and African songs at Penicuik Arts Centre

 

ARTS FESTIVAL

WED 26 AUG SKA

7.30pm Big Hand concert at Penicuik Arts Centre Upstairs West Street  £5

-best known for their loud and lively Disco/Ska/Pop with a good measure of Rock 'n' Roll and a sprinkling of Latino influence performed an acoustic set of new material, soon to be released on an EP. An amazing evening of music, dancing and entertainment.

 

Big Hand concert at the PCAA exhibition upstairs, Arts Centre, West St 7.30

 

 

On our big screen…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

PENICUIK ARTS FESTIVAL

23 AUGUST 2009 7.30

Mark Dornford May’s U-CARMEN E-KHAYELITSHA                 cert U 2005

Pauline Malefane, Andile Tshoni and Lungelwa Blou  Doors open 7pm for 7.30

A special Penicuik Arts Festival presentation of World Cinema Classics £8 (£6)

Vibrant, colourful setting for Bizet's Carmen— a feisty worker in a cigarette factory tussles with post-Apartheid police in a South African shanty town. Pauline Malafune's stunning lead, breathtaking photography, performances and orchestral action all round won this exotic and powerful African entry the Golden Bear at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival. The Xhosa click language fits the music as if eternally made for each other and the dynamic orchestra of young South Africans assembled especially to record it. U-Carmen eKhayelitsha contrasts love and obsession, duty and desire, What a score, what a film!

Penicuik cinema season here

 

Locals and visitors together ...

ARTS FESTIVAL

SUNDAY 23 AUGUST 2009

11am-4pm: Traditional Crafts Open Day at Penicuik House Estate free

Have a go at stone carving, wool spinning, plaster casting and lots more

Family fun day with Archaeology Scotland

Car park off A766 at Timpany entrance (opposite Lowries Den Road)

Blue badge holders may park closer in a designated space at Penicuik House

 

Arts Trail: (subject to Sunday opening)

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Moira Dickson & Friends: embroideries

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Children’s images of Africa

3.15pm Penicuik Taizé Vaults sing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall, Edinburgh

7pm Masterpiece of World Cinema u-Carmen e Khayalitsha in Penicuik Town Hall £8 (£4)

Bizet’s Carmen in a Xhosa click language: -spectacle, rhythm, music and dance from the South African township of Khayalitsha

 Winner of the Golden Bear Award at the 2005 Berlin Film Festival

 

Penicuik House Open Day  Taizé Vaults Craigmillar Castle 3.15pm  U-Carmen eKhayelitsha film Town Hall 7pm

 

 

 

Locals and visitors together ...

ARTS FESTIVAL

SATURDAY 22 AUGUST 2009

10am-2pm Penicuik Street Fair (stalls, entertainments & sideshows) in John Street precinct

Refreshments by Childline downstairs in the Town Hall

10am-4pm Paintings & mixed media by Jenni Jones downstairs in the Town Hall

10am-4pm Landscapes in oil on board by Colin Robertson downstairs in the Town Hall

10am-4pm Chinese knotwork & demonstrations by Josephine Morton downstairs in the Town Hall

10am-2pm Community Painting upstairs in the Town Hall

11am-4pm Talking Trees storytellers from the Botanic Gardens at the gipsy caravan, Valleyfield House

Open Studios 11am–4pm:

 

Penicuik Pottery at Valleyfield House, 17 High Street through the arch & down the drive

Amy Copeman photography: Paris dogs, Amsterdam Dogs   Jane Kelly pottery,      Christina Suter  weaving

Mette Fruergaard-Jensen clocks, boxes and brooches in natural wood, copper, aluminium, amber, bone & horn

Jan Miller art glass, Kirsteen Miller glass   

 

John Street Garden Studio through brown gate in the precinct 

Ulla Hipkin paintings, Ian Milne woodturning, Belle Claudi knitted landscapes

 

Stonework Studios at Spital Farm on the Pentlands at Ninemileburn

 Ian Newton & Gus Fisher Stonecarving & lettercutting

Arts Trail:

 Le Tout P’ti restaurant: Alicia Salazar: botanical paintings

Gallery Café: Moira Dickson & Friends: embroideries

Navaar House Hotel: Colin Robertson: landscapes in oil on board

Craigiebield Hotel: Robert Galloway: landscapes in oils

 The Drum at Penicuik Library: Drawings from Nature (Sandra Vick book project with Cornbank P7 pupils) 

The Drum at Penicuik Library: Children’s images of Africa

1.30pm welcome to Penicuik Arts Festival, Arts Centre West Street

2pm Turner Prize judging and presentation Arts Centre West St by Bill Scott, Royal Scottish Academy President

2pm-4pm Summer Open Exhibition & Turner Prize competition, Arts Centre Upstairs West Street and extending to window displays in Pen-y-coe Press, Flowers by Lindsey, Headcases, and Optical Express

7.30pm Festival Ceilidh: Gordon Clark & his band & caller Annabel Oates, Penicuik Town Hall £8 (£4)BYOB

Victoria Crowe opened  the exhibition in 2008 and  Richard Demarco  in 2007. Bill Scott PRSA does it today

Penicuik Pottery: Jane Kelly                              Mette Fruergaard-Jensen      caravan stories

Town Hall ~Saturday Night Festival Ceilidh with Penicuik’s renowned caller Annabel Oates

      

 

 

 


locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

28 JUNE 2009 7.30

BILL FORSYTH’S LOCAL HERO  Doors open 7pm for 7.30 £4 cert PG 1983

Burt Lancaster, Dennis Lawson, Peter Reigert, Peter Capaldi, Fulton Mackay,  Jenny Seagrove, Jennifer Black

Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 20 JUNE 2009

Three years after their first gig at Penicuik Arts we welcome back the legendary chris and thomas. With sounds gathered from the landscapes of the American southwest, their beautifully woven harmonies and sparse instrumentation will make you think of big skies with small clouds. Chris and Thomas made their name on the Los Angeles club circuit, playing and singing round a single condenser mike like the old bluegrass bands. They overlay their ‘roots’ playing style with soothing vocal harmonies in songs dark with thoughtful lyricism harking back to Simon & Garfunkel. Their song "Take These Thoughts" won the Independent Music Awards in the US as best Americana.  Although they’ll perform in bigger venues as part of this European tour, you can see them up close up in Penicuik and hear them just as they should be heard. Penicuik Arts Centre on June 20th 2009 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 from the Arts Centre, 2 - 4 West Street EH26 9DL telephone 01968 678804. Refreshments are available on the night.

With special guest Ewan MacPherson

 

Read more about Chris and Thomas on their website http://www.chrisandthomas.com/ 
"soulful lyricism and brilliant musicianship. The songs are all equally mesmerizing, and the performances are simply magical.”  - Russell Cook, The Hotel Café, Los Angeles       “If you thought West Coast harmony singing went out of fashion with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, think again. Breezing in with a ravishing exhibition of acoustic loveliness come chris and thomas, two ultra talented dudes with mellow voices that complement each other perfectly.” -The Sun  
 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

14 JUNE 2009  7.30

(awaiting confirmation) THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS

Doors open 7pm for 7.30 £4 cert12A 2008 Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 31 May 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

31 MAY 2009 at 7.30

Cinema Paradiso: Marco Leonardi, Philippe Noiret, Salvatore Cascio

Doors open 7pm for 7.30 £4 cert PG 1988 Penicuik cinema season here

PRINTABLE PENICUIK POSTER

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK ARTS

SATURDAY 30 MAY 2009

CELTER

SCHMELTER

Gica Loening - fiddle, Lewis Powell- Reid - accordion, Fraser Watson - poik, Jenny Hill - double bass.

Echoing the sound of the human voice, Klezmer, the wedding dance music of old Eastern Europe, conveys a feeling of “laughter through tears”. Celter Schmelter, Scottish based Klezmer ensemble evoke that heartfelt tension between joy and sadness of the Jewish shtetl (village) wedding. Celter Schmelter have been the social glue of many Scottish/Jewish gatherings, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, and festivals around the country. From irresistible dance tunes, to poignant, a-rhythmic doinas, let the music of Celter Schmelter transport you to the old world of the Klezmorim – to a world of passionately felt music, simple, haunting, and played from the heart.

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE   4 West Street   EH26 9DL   01968 (Penicuik) 678804

Tickets £8 at Arts Centre Shop, Saturday Town Hall Open House, and door.

Doors open 7pm, take seats in time for 7.30 – refreshments available

Penicuik Arts Centre is next to the Belgian Consulate; West Street down the High Street and straight ahead.

PRINTABLE POSTER:  

 

 

 

 

        Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 24 May 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

 



 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

17 MAY 2009 at 7.30

MAMMA MIA Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4  cert PG 2008

Penicuik cinema season here

PRINTABLE POSTER:

 

 

 

        Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 17 May 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year thereafter

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Crichton Collegiate Church

 

 

 

        Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 10 May 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the summer thereafter

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Seton Collegiate Church

 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

3 MAY 2009 at 7.30

TONY CURTIS  JACK LEMMON  MARYLYN MONROE

IN BILLY WILDER’S SOME LIKE IT HOT

(TBC)   Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4  cert U 1959 Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

  Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 3 May 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

 

locals and visitors together…

SATURDAY 2 MAY 2009

SOME EARLY DAYS OF PAPERMAKING

FOOD PROJECT FEEDBACK

 

    

MONDAY 27 APRIL 2PM

U3A OPEN MEETING

BRIAN MOFFAT ON

MEDIAEVAL MEDICINE AT SOUTRA

 

SUNDAY 26 APRIL

TOWN HALL AT 7.30

PENICUIK COMMUNITY FOOD PROJECT

COMMUNITY FOOD GROWING, CLIMATE CHALLENGE, AND PEAK OIL

details on www.makers.org.uk/penicuik/food

printable flyer:  

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 26 April 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK ARTS

FRIDAY 24 APRIL AT 7.30


AWARD-WINNING INTERNATIONAL STORYTELLER

MICHAEL

KERINS

PRESENTS HIS PROGRAMME OF APRIL FOOLERY

“A steeltrap wit” - Peg O'Sullivan, USA

“Scotland's answer to Hans Christian Andersen” - Duncan Williamson, Scotland

“A man of deep, deep passion - Nicholas Naumov, Russia

“WOW” - prisoner Glenochil Remand Establishment

“better than my Granda” – David, Primary School,Greenock

“Wonderful insight into hatred and pointless anger” - Maggie Fraser, Aberdeenshire

“brilliant -brought out the child in me” -Esme Watson age 36 and three quarters

ARTS CENTRE   4 West Street   EH26 9DL   ( 01968 678804 

Tickets £4 at Arts Centre Shop, Saturday Town Hall Open House, and door.

Doors open 7pm, take seats for 7.30 – refreshments available

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

Michael Kerins in Penicuik: printable poster:

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

19 APRIL 2009 at 7.30

 

DANNY BOYLE’S SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4   cert 15 2008

ACADEMY AWARDS, USA 2009  

BEST MOTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR 

Best Achievement in Directing

Best Achievement in Cinematography
 Best Achievement in Editing
 Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score
Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song For the song "Jai Ho".

Best Achievement in Sound
Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published

PRINTABLE PENICUIK POSTER
Penicuik cinema season here

locals and visitors together…

SATURDAY 25 APRIL 2009

 

      

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 19 April 2009 at 3.15

& regularly throughout the summer

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Seton Collegiate Church

 

 

locals and visitors together…

SATURDAY 18 APRIL AN EVENING WITH

CLEMENTINES in Penicuik printable posters:  

 

      

 

locals and visitors together…

SATURDAY 18 APRIL 2009

 

“AS I SEE IT”

A display of photographs from home and holiday

by Kieran Thompson, a young man of special needs

 

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Easter Sunday afternoon 12 April 2009 at 3.15

& regularly throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Crichton Collegiate Church

 

REMEMBERING BARRIE CORLSON SAT 11 APRIL

 

 

Thursday 9 April 2009

Edinmbira

with Yvonne Burgess and The Jammies

8-10pm at The Bowery, Roxy Art House

Roxburgh Place (behind Surgeons Hall) EH8 9SU

tickets £6 (£4) from www.thebooth.co.uk doors open 7pm

fundraising for Grassroots Sanganisai Children’s Music Festival in Zimbabwe

click for printable poster

 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

5 APRIL 2009 7.30

Peter O’Toole, Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn in David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia

Doors open 7pm for 7.30 £4 cert PG (1962)  Penicuik cinema season here

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 5 April 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

locals and visitors together…

POSTER DISPLAY SAT 4 APRIL

 

locals and visitors together…

FRIDAY 3 APRIL 2009 AT 7.30

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE

YVONNE HILLYARD

presents an illustrated talk on

 PENICUIK AND

The Dictionary of
Scottish Architects
1840-1980

Arts Centre 2-4 West Street upstairs EH26 9DL  01968 678804 

Adults £3, senior citizens £2, students 50p. refreshments

 

 

Dictionary of Scottish Architects in Penicuik: printable posters:  

 

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 29 March 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

locals and visitors together…

READ ALL ABOUT IT

SATURDAY 28 MARCH 2009

Exhibition by the National Library of Scotland

 

Penicuik Community Arts Gallery Café

Throughout March: paintings by Jack Hutcheson

 

 

 

PenicuikU3A

University of the Third Age

inaugural meeting

Monday 23 March

at 2pm in Penicuik Town Hall 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

22 MARCH 2009 7.30

JAQUES TATI   in      MONSIEUR HULOT’S HOLIDAY

Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4 cert U (1955)   Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 22 March 2009 at 3.15

& regularly throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Crichton Collegiate Church

 

 

locals and visitors together…

READ ALL ABOUT IT

SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2009

Exhibition by the National Library of Scotland

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 15 March 2009 at 2.45

The last time for us till autumn…

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Dunfermline Palace undervault

 

 

 

locals and visitors together…

SATURDAY 14 MARCH 2009

a Handbag ?

HANDBAGS EXHIBITION

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

8 MARCH 2009 7.30

Gael Garcia Bernal  as CHE GUEVARA  in

Winner of an Oscar and 24 other awards, the transformation of youth

adjusting to the worlds realities combines with a stunning travelogue & road movie

Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4 cert 15 (2004) Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 8 March 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

 

SATURDAY 7 MARCH 2009: ANOTHER CHANCE TO SEE

Muriel as a child 

MURIEL SPARK

 

Muriel Spark (1918-2006) was born in Edinburgh, the daughter of Bernard and Sarah Camberg.  She attended James Gillespie's High School for Girls where her class teacher, Miss Christina Kay, became the inspiration for Muriel's most famous creation – the Edinburgh schoolmistress Jean Brodie. –“Miss Kay predicted my future as a writer in the most emphatic terms. I felt I hardly had much choice in the matter” (Curriculum Vitae)

Penicuik Community Development Trust presents this travelling exhibition from the National Library of Scotland

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 1 March 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

 

 

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28 2009

 PENICUIK CO-OPpieces of the past

plus GALASHIELS CO-OPERATORS & DR KING

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

22 FEBRUARY 2009 7.30

THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN NAME  THAT IS ANYTHING LIKE

MITZI GAYNOR  AND  ROSSANO BRAZZI  IN  SOUTH PACIFIC

Doors open 7pm for 7.30       £4         certificate U        (1958)

Penicuik cinema season here

 

          Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 22 February 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Crichton Collegiate Church

 

SATURDAY 21 FEBRUARY 2009

Model Boats

\~                                      a display by the Edinburgh Model Boat Club.                                         /~

The ‘Breaking The Line’ strategy that Nelson used to win at Trafalgar was tried out first with model boats at Penicuik.

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 15 February 2009 at 2.45

& every four weeks throughout the winter

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Dunfermline Palace undervault

 

Penicuik Arts CENTRE

ST. VALENTINES DAY

SATURDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2009 at 7.30

Welcome to the skyhook website

skyhook are an exciting collaboration of three of the finest acoustic musicians. Martin Harwood, Cath James and Eoin Teather play traditional tunes and songs from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton Island, plus brand new self-penned compositions.  skyhook are breathtaking twin fiddles combined with sublime guitar, bouzouki and voice. They shift seamlessly between driving dance music and spine-tingling songs, and play with a joy and precision that's hard to match.

 

"astoundingly good" - Stirrings Magazine  "overwhelmingly blown away by a stunning three piece... Two superb fiddlers accompanied by a fine, fine guitarist (who also turned out to be an unbelievably good singer)" - Keith Donnelly  “Acoustic trio skyhook create fabulous Celtic folk with a mixture of glorious abandon and respect for the music's traditions, which makes for lovely energising listening." - Musician magazine

PENICUIK ARTS CENTRE   4 West Street   EH26 9DL   (01968 678804

Tickets £8 at Arts Centre Shop, Saturday Town Hall Open House, and door.

Doors open 7pm, take seats in time for 7.30 – refreshments available

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

 skyhook in Penicuik printable posters:   

 

 

Saturday FEBRUARY 14 2009

POSTERS from the past

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

8 FEBRUARY 2009 7.30

LOVE AND REVOLUTION

FIVE ACADEMY AWARDS

OMAR SHARIF, JULIE CHRISTIE in DAVID LEANS  DOCTOR ZHIVAGO

Snow outside and snow on the screen –perfect!

Doors open 6.45 for 7pm £4 cert PG (1965) Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 8 February 2009 at 2.45

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

 

SATURDAY 7 FEBRUARY 2009

Muriel as a child 

MURIEL SPARK

Muriel Spark (1918-2006) was born in Edinburgh, the daughter of Bernard and Sarah Camberg.  She attended James Gillespie's High School for Girls where her class teacher, Miss Christina Kay, became the inspiration for Muriel's most famous creation – the Edinburgh schoolmistress Jean Brodie. –“Miss Kay predicted my future as a writer in the most emphatic terms. I felt I hardly had much choice in the matter” (Curriculum Vitae)

Penicuik Community Development Trust presents this travelling exhibition from the National Library of Scotland

TO REPEAT ON 7 MARCH

plus: schoolgirl Muriel’s crowning by Esther Ralston

plus: Nabil Shaban bookstall

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 1 February 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Collegiate Church crypt

 

 

Saturday JANUARY 31 2009

Carnethy Hill Race display

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

25 JANUARY 2009 7.30

GREGORY PECK in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD       (1962)

Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4 certificate PG   Penicuik cinema season here

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 25 January 2009 at 3.15

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Crichton Collegiate Church

 

 

Saturday JANUARY 24 2009

Barrie’s ARTILLERY

plus PemicuikU3A contact point

 

 

Tuesday  JANUARY 20 2009

Scotland

The University of the Third Age

INTRODUCTORY MEETING

TUESDAY 20th JANUARY 2009 at 2pm

TOWN HALL, PENICUIK

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 18 January 2009 at 2.50

For the third last time this winter

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Dunfermline Palace Undervault

 

 

Saturday  JANUARY 17 2009

 PENICUIK CO-OPpieces of the past

plus GALASHIELS CO-OPERATORS & DR KING

plus U3A Scotland: University of the Third Age

 

 

locals and visitors together…

PENICUIK CINEMA in the TOWN HALL

11 JANUARY 2009 7.30

STANLEY KUBRICKS 2001 A SPACE ODDYSEY       (1968)

Doors open 7pm for 7.30  £4 certificate U

PENICUIK CINEMA SEASON HERE

 

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday afternoon 11 January 2009 at 3.00

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Craigmillar Castle Great Hall

 

 

 

SATURDAY 10 JANUARY 2009

CORNBANK

Penicuik’s Radburn housing area

PLUS: origins of Mauricewood

 

 

Locals and Visitors in ancient Vaults …

Sunday 4 January 2009 at 3.15pm

& every four weeks throughout the year

join Penicuik Vaults singing at Rosslyn Chapel Crypt

 

 

SATURDAY 3 JANUARY 2009

CORNBANK

Penicuik’s Radburn housing area

PLUS: origins of Mauricewood

 

 

 

 

Here are a few upcoming Penicuik events

Some earlier in 2011

 And some back in 2010, in 2009, in 2008, in 2007, in 2006, in 2005, in 2004, in 2003, in 2002, in 2001 and earlier still

 

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