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Theatre REVIEW #keepitlit: Greenwood - Robin Hood - ★★★★★


Who is going to the Greenwood to make the forest their home? Outlaws and misfits, or the people who want a more just society, and a greener future? Come and find out with storytellers, mummers and plenty of participation. In association with the Story Valley Erasmus Project and Edinburgh College.


Tue 18 Oct Dr Neil's Garden (free non-ticketed)

Wed 19 Oct Hopetoun Crescent Garden (free non-ticketed)

Thu 20 Oct The Balm Well (free non-ticketed)


Follow the links above to find out more about how to find each venue. Drop-in from 11am each day.


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Discover Edinburgh and its surroundings by enjoying some of our many Edinburgh partner events, featuring storytelling in venues and outdoor locations across the city as part of the Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2022.


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In Scotland’s Year of Stories, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival: Keep It Lit invites everyone to the ceilidh; locally, nationally and globally. At the core of Scotland’s culture and identity is the hospitable hearth - a place of solidarity and welcome for friend and stranger alike. Round that symbolic fire, experiences and memories are shared and hope affirmed.

 

Where?

Scottish Internation Storytelling Festival


 

MIX UP REVIEWS: ★★★★★


Georgie (Age 7) - ★★★★★

"I liked it because we went around the woods after the show with the characters and I got to meet them, my favourite was Robin hood, Robin Hood looked fantastic in his wee costume. I even got to battle in the woods with 2 people from the show. I liked that and the singing. 10 out of 10 from me"






 



Make sure you have booked in for the latest DRAMA CLASSES at Mix Up Theatre throughout Scotland and Online :)






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