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VENUES FOR THE ARTS FESTIVAL

West Street Caf, 4 West Street FESTIVAL HUB and home of Annual
Open Art Exhibition
Town Hall, High Street Opening concert; childrens story
writing competition; craft workshop
Roadhouse pub, John Street Venue for Penicuik Folk Club
ARTS TRAIL VENUES AND ARTISTS
Pen-y- Coe Press Linda Sheridan
Browns Hairdresser West Street Artist to be confirmed
Flowers by Lyndsay, High Street Christina Suter
Jeans Place. St Kenitigern Maul Jackie McDonald
St Margaret Hospice Shop,
St Kentigern Maul
Jan Miler
Town Crier Office Kenneth McQueenie
Royal Hotel, High Street David Owen
Craigiebield Hotel, Bog Road Priscilla Brightman
Navaar House Hotel Blanka Peters
Penicuik Library Beeslack Camera Club
OPEN STUDIOS
Several local artists have again opened their doors for this very popular event. Studios
will be open to the public between 11.00am and 4,00pm on the dates shown.
THE POTTER
Jane Kelly
The Penicuik Pottery,Valleyfield House,
17 High Street; Open September 6, 13, 14
THE PAINTER
Ulla Hipkin
The Garden Studio, 20A John Street
(Precinct); Open September 6, 7, 14
THE WEAVER
Christina Suter
The Weaving Studio, 5b West Street;
Open September 6, 7, 13, 14
THE EMBROIDERER
Christine Finlayson
28 Stevenson Road, Greenlaw Mains;
Open September 6, 7, 14























MUSIC AT PENFEST
Sat. 06/09

8.00pm in
the Town
Hall
Opening concert with Michelle Burke, James
Ross and Absolutely Legless An exhilarating
evening of traditional music and Irish dance
from these acclaimed artists.
Tickets 8 (6
for PCAA* and
PFC*
members) 4
for children
Mon 08/09
7.30pm at
4 West St
Evolution of Jazz. Jennifer and Jessica return
to Penicuik to explore the roots of jazz music
today with vocal quartets, duets and solos.

Tickets 8(6
for PCAA
members)
Tue 09/09
8.30pm
Roadhouse,
John Street
Sing-a-long with Penicuik Folk Club. Join the
Folk Club for a relaxed evening of song and
tunes.
FREE
Wed 10/09
7.30pm at
4 West
Street
Bonnie Collier Lads & Lassies - Scotlands
coalminers songs and stories presented by
Ewan McVicar and Siobhan Miller
Tickets 8(6
for PCAA
members)
Fri 12/09
7.30pm in
Rosslyn
Chapel
An evening of music and poetry with Henry
Marsh, Rosemary Hector, Sheila Templeton
and the Miguda Quartet playing Haydn
Tickets 8 (6
for PCAA
members)
Sat 13/09
7.30pm at
4 West St
Just one more chorus with Curmudgeon. Scots
folk group Curmudgeon will lead the audience
in this farewell concert.
FREE
LECTURE
Thur 11/09
7.30pm 4
West St
Calebs List author describes climbing the
mountains visible from Arthur Seat and the life
of Victorian Mountaineer Caleb George
Tickets 2(1
for PCAA
members) at
door


We thank the following for their contributions to PENFEST: Midlothian
Council, Penicuik Folkclub, Pentland Writers, Tye & Esk Writers, Inspired
Writers, and all our intrepid volunteers
For more info visit http://penicuikarts.org/penfest-2014
Find us, penicuikarts, on facebook and twitter

CRAFTS AT PENFEST
Tue09/09
2.00pm at
4 West
Street
PENICUIK BUNTING PROJECT This work shop is
open to all ages and levels of ability. The aim is to
produce a bunting where each individual pennant
tells a personal story connected to Penicuik
FREE; project
donations of
money or
materials
welcome.
Sat

13/09
11.00am
Town Hall
FELTING WORK SHOP led by Jenni Thomson. All
welcome to try this popular craft
FREE
EXHIBITIONS AT PENFEST
ANNUAL ART EXHIBITION AND PENICUIK TURNER PRIZE will be open from the 30
th

Aug till the 13
th
Sep. Monday to Saturday from 10.00am till 4.00pm. Key dates for
the exhibition:
Thur 28/08 works accepted in 4 West Street from 2.00pm till 4.00pm and
7.00pm till 9.00pm
Sat 30/09 Exhibition Opens at 2.00pm
Sun 07/09 Turner prize and Peoples Choice prize awards from 2.00pm till
4.00pm
The judge this year is Darren Woodhead, a superb watercolourist of nature, and the
Peoples Choice will be awarded by Sir Geoff Palmer.
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Tues 02/09/14 at 7.00pm
CREATIVE WRITING INSPIRED BY ART is a special event as part of the exhibition. An
informal interactive evening with the Inspired Writers, cresting and sharing writing
and music - all welcome. Entry by donation

BEESLACK CAMERA CLUB EXHIBITION is in the library at Penicuik Centre
PENICUIK HISTORICAL SOCIETY EXHIBITON in 4 West Street open Mon to Sat from
10.00am till 4.00pm throughout September.

THE PENICUIK EPIC
CHILDRENS STORY WRITING COMPETITION AWARDS
Sat

13/09
11.00am
Town Hall
82 children from 5 Penicuik Primaries have worked hard
under the guidance of author Janis Mackay to produce
these stories about Penicuik. Come along, support our
young authors, hear their stories, buy their book

FREE