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3 HARBOURS ARTS FESTIVAL

29 JUNE - 7 JULY 2019 COCKENZIE PORT SETON PRESTONPANS


EVENTS: ADDENDUM TO PRINTED BROCHURE Huge apologies for having missed this event from the printed brochure please come along to this exciting new addition to the festival:

PRIDE HOUSE 11AM - 5PM, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS

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PRIDE HOUSE, 101 HIGH ST, COCKENZIE, EH32 0DQ

Pride Saltire will be hosting Pride House at 3HAF, celebrating the first ever pride saltire festival through photography, video and music. Lgbt+Alley friendly environment & dog friendly www.pridesaltire.org.uk FREE entry

ART MUSIC EVENTS HISTORY WORKSHOPS GUIDED WALKS

29 JUNE - 7 JULY 2019 TICKETS to events can be bought from our billetto page:

billetto.co.uk/users/3-harbours-arts-festival. For any enquiries please email coord3haf@gmail.com or call 07845 440518. www.3harbours.co.uk

THANK YOU to all of our artists and venues for supporting this festival, our off-season bespoke exhibitions and music nights. We also couldn’t run this festival without our volunteers. Thank you to everyone for their hard work including committee members, local volunteers, Stereo Events and students from Edinburgh College. We would like to thank Cockenzie Primary School artists for their wonderful contributions to the brochure and the children’s exhibition at Chalmers Church Hall. Cover art provided by Jessica Ma and back page by Seb Inglis. 2


Welcome 3 Harbours Arts Festival celebrates another year with an exciting programme of art, crafts, storytelling, music, family fun and harbour heritage across Port Seton, Cockenzie and Prestonpans. The festival provides a platform for local artists, musicians and creative enterprises to showcase their work in a relaxed community environment that we hope will entertain, captivate and inspire local folk and visitors of all generations to engage with our harbour heritage or pick up a paintbrush or a guitar! It’s also fine to wander around, have a cup of tea and enjoy the festival atmosphere. In order to bring you this year’s festival the 3 Harbours committee have been building relationships with Port Seton Harbour, traders and local harbour folk who are making fabulous contributions. We continue to nurture links with Forth FLAG, Preston Seton Gosford Area Partnership, Community Councils and Community Centres. In collaboration with Salt Of The Earth: PSG Heritage Connections, Prestongrange and Waggonway Museums, Cockenzie House and Gardens, ELjam, ELC Arts Service, Pennypit Community Development Trust, Gaelgal/ European Ethnological Research Council, Boatie Blest as well as social enterprises LiL, Art Point and local businesses, we aim to provide a variety of exciting, interactive and accessible events for all ages.

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VENUES 1

PRESTONGRANGE MUSEUM Morrisons Haven EH32 9RX EVENTS & WALKS MUSEUM: 11.30AM - 4.30PM

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THE GOTHENBURG

PENNYPIT CENTRE Rope Walk EH32 9BN MUSIC & EVENTS

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CEMETERY BUS STOP

BUSKING

AMANDA OWENSON 15A The Pottery EH32 9DS ART OPEN STUDIO 11AM - 4PM (closed mon 1st)

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

West Loan EH32 9NT MUSIC EVENINGS. Café hours: Mon, Wed, Thu 10AM – 3PM

EH32 9BL MUSIC

PRESTONPANS

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PRESTON TOWER

12 Laburnum Arch Ct EH32 9GZ WALKS

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SWEET BOUTIQUE

97 High Street EH32 9AD EVENTS

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MAD JACK’S GARDEN 27 Wilson Avenue EH32 9PD ART OPEN HOUSE SAT / SUN / TUE / THU 11AM - 5PM


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WAGGONWAY MUSEUM Unit C/D West Harbour Road EH32 0HX WALK & EXHIBITION MUSEUM OPEN: SAT & SUN: 10AM - 4PM

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HARBOUR GALLERY 9 Viewforth EH32 0DR WALK & ART ART: 11AM - 5PM

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PORT SETON CENTRE South Seton Park EH32 0BG EVENTS

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PORT SETON HARBOUR

PORT SETON PROMENADE

HARBOUR FAMILY AFTERNOON

EYE GAZE GALLERY 4 West Harbour Rd EH32 0HX ART OPEN HOUSE 11AM - 5PM

EH32 0DF Access by John Bellany Centre or the Harbour EVENTS

COCKENZIE AND PORT SETON T P

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS Edinburgh Road EH32 0XL ART, MUSIC & EVENTS ART: 11AM - 5PM

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COCKENZIE BUSINESS CENTRE Wet weather back-up venue

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101 High Street EH32 0DQ PRIDE SALTIRE EVENT SAT & SUN: 11AM - 5PM

11 NEW ST EH32 0HN PERFORMANCE

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AULD KIRK

THORNTREE 100 High Street EH32 0DQ MUSIC & OPEN FLOOR

44 High Street EH32 0HN WALK, MUSIC & EXHIBITION EXHIBITION OPEN: MON - SAT: 11AM - 5PM SUN: 2PM - 5PM

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PRIDE HOUSE

CHALMERS CHURCH Gosford Rd EH32 0HG ART & MUSIC ART: 11AM - 5PM (NB NOT SUN 7TH)

GETTING HERE By bus

Lothian Bus 26 Prentice Coach 122 & 111 East Coast Bus No 124

(NB 124 stops at the top road the A198 - so it’s a fair walk down to the High Street)

By car

By train

Turn off the A1 at A198. The B1348 is the coastal route running through the towns, which continues east to Aberlady and west to Musselburgh.

Prestonpans train station is on Scotrail’s Edinburgh to North Berwick route. scotrail.co.uk 0344 811 0141

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AMANDA OWENSON

MAD JACK’S GARDEN

PAUL DI CIACCA

HARBOUR GALLERY

Acrylic, oil, watercolour & ink

KIRSTEEN MCCALLUM ALASDAIR MACLAUCHLAN JAMIE MCCALLUM COLLEEN MCCALLUM

Digital painting

Exhibition of works by PRESTON LODGE ASSOCIATES

After completing a BA Hons at The Scottish College of Textiles, Amanda entered the corporate world of HR management. 20 years later, in 2018, redundancy gave her the freedom to return to a creative life of painting. Her work is influenced by a love of nature and the East Lothian landscape. Special places and nostalgic scenes are the essence of her inspiration, working from her studio full-time. It all depends on the mood of the day. amandaowenson.simpl.com fb: amandaowensonart

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Mixed media, including: painting; drawing; kinetic sculpture; woven willow, birch & hazel; stone carving; glasswork; looms, spindles & textile art. Inspired by the post-industrial landscape of Prestonpans. Materials are sustainably harvested locally and imaginatively re-used to enhance the living environment.

Paul uses his eyes alone to create his paintings - videos of his process are published on YouTube. Also selections of photographs are taken by sight. All profits are being donated to Red Nose Day. Also introducing Marjory’s unique hand-engraved glass work to buy or commission.

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These artists all have associations with Preston Lodge High School, as either teachers or pupils, and went on to make a career in art. Works by Alistair Hamilton, Kate Henderson, Esther Donaldson, Rory Hamilton, Roland White and the late Morris Lee, John Bellany and Bill Mercer. portsetongallery.co.uk

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PRESTONPANS

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS, OPEN HOUSES, STUDIOS & GALLERIES

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LAYLA ROSE Oil

ROSS ALLAN

Layla studied Fine Arts and Art History at Sotheby’s Institute of Art and creates portraits of everyday life that lie between figuration and abstraction. Recent work examines the poignant moment in any child’s development: the moment of self-awareness and reflection. Layla feels that society often overlooks the ideas and intentions of the youthful, so paints children with an air of dignity. She is inspired by generational knowledge and wants to capture that in her subject.

Stone sculpture

Layla has a carefree approach, using intuition and focusing on colour palette before working with oils. She allows her inner child to play in the early stages to encourage spontaneous mark-making. She often incorporates storytelling, using text when appropriate. Her recent work has focused on the balance between the contemporary and naive abstraction. www.laylaroseart.com 6

Ross took to stone carving after taking an evening class in Cardiff in 2005. He is now based near Humbie and carves in Bath stone. His direct abstract style is strongly influenced by his work as a landscape architect, love of the outdoors and the natural world.


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ANDY HEALD

HEATHER CHRISTIE

LYNNE ROBERTSON

WEE BLUE PRESS

Mixed media

Acrylic on dibond aluminium

Silver & sea glass

Linocut & woodcut

Andy is a landscape artist whose influences are coastal plains, particularly around Edinburgh, East Lothian and the Borders. He is drawn to the ever-changing appearances of our shared environment and attempts to catch these fleeting moments. Andy uses acrylics, emulsion, spray paint and sand as a base for his paintings but the finished products are more like sketches - the paint scratched or rubbed away and drawn over with pencils to create the finished, often abstract, work.

Working with botanical subjects, Heather tries to give them presence and context. Her work can be planned or spontaneous - a reaction to a single plant found while out and about, or a planned series of paintings.

Lynne was brought up in the area and her inspiration comes from the beaches of East Lothian and further afield to Berwickshire.

Borders-based printmaker Emma Jones works in linocut and woodcut, with a variety of complementary techniques, including monoprint and watercolour. Her art reflects the sense of freedom she feels in ‘The Great Outdoors’

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She makes beautiful and unique sea glass jewellery, using glass she’s collected along the coast. etsy shop: backfromthebeach

www.weebluepress.com

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www.andyheald.com

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AVRIL SCOTT

AMY HOOTON

REBECCA DOVER

MY JEWELLED BOX

Encaustic

Acrylic ink

Acrylic

Avril is a self taught artist working primarily in encaustic medium.

Colourful, vibrant ink paintings. Scottish landscapes and animals.

Encaustic is an age old art form using melted beeswax and tree resin mixed with natural pigments as “paint” and a blowtorch as “brush”. The results are beautiful, unique and colourful abstract artworks.

fb: amyhootonart

Rebecca paints local seascapes in acrylic on canvas and linen, influenced by East Lothian’s coastal landmarks and everchanging skies and weather fronts. Rebecca paints commissions for private clients and interior designers in the style of existing work. The brief can be a favourite landmark, seascape or colour palette.

MJB’s Found Beneath collection is inspired by bronze age utensils found in Scotland. The pieces are all hand made with period tools.

etsy shop: AvrilScottArt fb: avrilscottart

rebeccadover.com

MJB strongly believe that a good piece of jewellery is more than a decorative object. Originality of concept is central to their designs and this is supported by a fitting choice of material and techniques. myjewelledbox.com 7


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DEBORAH FALLAS

ANDREW STIRLING

LINDY FURBY

PATRICIA KANE

Acrylic

Acrylic

Collagraph prints

Acrylic

Deborah paints in a loose vibrant style concentrating on flower studies. She loves bright colours and experimenting with different hues and colour combinations that really “sing” when put next to each other.

Having lived in East Lothian for many years within an artistic family and having a printing background, it was a natural progression for Andrew to take up painting.

Lindy is an artist printmaker who loves the varied landscapes of Scotland.

Painting is Patricia’s relaxation (also sometimes a frustration).

www.deborahfallasart.co.uk

He works with acrylic paint which has given him the chance to look at images and deconstruct them. The images are often sharper or softer depending on the colour hues and subject matter.

She collects landscape images of Scotland by driving around in a campervan painting en plein air with watercolour. Once home she converts these images into collagraphs.

She loves colour, texture, light and combining these into something that works for her.

www.lindyfurby.co.uk

This allows individuals to look into his paintings and decipher their own story.

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PAT TURQUAND

PAUL GREENWOOD

KAREN CHAPMAN

DAVID SMITH

Acrylic

Stone carving, acrylic paintings & acrylic/plaster 3D paintings

Acrylic

Wood

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Karen attended painting and life drawing classes at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Since moving to Haddington she has mainly worked in acrylic.

David will be showing a variety of practical and decorative pieces in turned wood. These can be personalised with your own text or design in pyrography (poker work). All his work is hand made in East Lothian.

Pat’s main interest is painting the movement of the sea but recently has been enjoying painting portraits of locals and of course family.

Paul’s work is inspired by the beautiful and compelling prehistoric rock art found in Britain and celebrates this mysterious symbolism which remains un-deciphered. As well as replicating compositions, he combines authentic symbols in new compositions, in response to his personal relationship with the fascinating motifs. fb: paulgreenwoodartist

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She is interested in the connection between exterior and, personal, interior landscape.

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PAULINE THOMPSON

IONA MOLLESON

Foods & acrylic

Acrylic on Canvas

Pauline is an engineer at heart! She likes problem solving. In this case, it is how to paint with flour dough and rice. Her pictures are scenes and wildlife from her local area in East Lothian.

Iona studied Drawing & Painting at Edinburgh College of Art and enjoys painting en plein air to capture the coastal light of East Lothian. With her Hebridean roots, Iona makes regular painting trips to the Isle of Harris.

etsy shop: SquidsIn

www.ionamolleson.com

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FISHERROW STAINED GLASS CLUB

STEVEN WOOD

Meeting every Wednesday, members work on large and small projects. Depending on the work involved, lead copper foil and fusing is used. The club has a healthy membership where friendship and cooperation are important factors in its success.

Steven is a novice landscape artist living in Cockenzie. He is interested in scenes with evidence and signs of past or ongoing human activity with often bold and dramatic compositions and perspectives.

Acrylic on Canvas

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CHALMERS CHURCH PLEASE NOTE THAT CHALMERS CHURCH IS OPEN SAT 29 JUNE - SAT 6 JULY

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CHILDREN’S ART & PEBBLE ART

TOURS OF CHALMERS MEMORIAL CHURCH

Artwork created by the children of Cockenzie Primary School for the festival, influenced by the seaside and the harbour.

2 - 4PM

Also exhibited will be a pebble art installation influenced by Robert MacFarlane’s book The Lost Words, which will be created at Port Seton Harbour on the first day of the festival.

Accompanied tours of this A-listed building which has a unique stencilled interior and original timber carving. It is virtually as it was on the day of the first service on 1st April 1905, with many of the original arts and crafts features still in use. chalmerschurch.co.uk / fb: chalmersmemorial FREE entry 9


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ANDREW CRUMMY

HELEN WYLLIE

ELFY FINDLAY

ANN DICKSON

Drawing & painting

Print, digital

Silver & copper

Oil

Andrew is a Cockenzie-based artist who is well known for designing The Great Tapestry of Scotland, among others.

Growing up in East Lothian, Helen’s sense of home was about the three peaks (Bass, North Berwick and Traprain) that surrounded her, and it’s this geography that inspired her into illustration and keeps her creating. That, and her Bass Rock obsession!

Elfy creates elegant, out-of-thebox jewellery designs, working with clients to create timeless pieces. She is enthusiastic about new techniques.

Living in beautiful East Lothian, Ann enjoys painting land and seascapes and is also building a body of work in still life. Ann has been involved in art for most of her life.

Andrew will be exhibiting prints based on his tapestries and other oddities. andrewcrummy.com

wylliecat.co.uk etsy shop: wylliecatdesigns

At times Elfy’s designs embrace an organic and unrefined look, reflective of the natural world, but just as often they like to dress up prettily and finish with an immaculate sparkle. fb: Elfy Jewellery

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CHALMERS CHURCH COLIN HOPKINS

JEMMA BRANNIGAN

GLADYS BAILLIE

Photography

Painting, photography & sculpture

Oil

Colin designs lighting installations, using photography to create painterly abstracts of light & shadow, capturing fleeting unseen reflections that are both thought-provoking and visually striking. He experiments with basic elements of art, stressing form and emotion over ‘everyday’ but unrecognizable subject matter. His work is often universal and non-representational.

Jemma’s series of artworks draw from various inspirations. Her current series is inspired by expressing emotions abstractly. Precious was inspired by the human face and the work of artists such as Paul Klee and Picasso. Pictocelt is inspired by Pictish standing stones, local stone circles and ancient documents such as the Book of Kells.

Drawing and painting have always been one of Gladys’s great interests, having attended classes by tutors Cynthia Hay, Alastair Fiddes Watt and Andrew Crummy.

His style is avant-garde using concepts which abandon tradition in search of new and experimental ways to portray the familiar - as unfamiliar. Colin is also a poet and an electrical engineer. mydeartwilight.weebly.com 10

Jemma also paints a wide variety of whimsical croft scenes as a separate series of artworks. Her photography is featured on the BBC website under locality. She is also a published author & freelance photojournalist. barefootartstudio.weebly.com

She has worked in most mediums but her preference is oils and bright colours. Her style is realistic, using her own photography. Gladys has recently started portrait painting which she finds stimulating but very challenging.

PLEASE NOTE THAT CHALMERS CHURCH IS OPEN SAT 29 JUNE SAT 6 JULY


TYNEPARK PLANTS Colourful summer bedding plants.

Follow the signs in the garden

Open From 10am

FREE Admission

Studios s Meeting Space s Art s Crafts s Café s Gardens

Paintbox www.paintboxartclasses.com

Courses - Summer Schools - Workshops - Luxury Retreats Distant Learning

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contact us at paintboxart@outlook.com

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Open 7 days per week, 10am – 5pm Freshly baked scones and cakes from our artisan bakery All our produce is local Afternoon Tea available Monday – Sunday Find us on Facebook (Cadells Café)


LIVE MUSIC WEEKDAYS

SAT 29 JUNE

ACOUSTIC CAFÉ

LIVE ON THE LAWN

MON 1 – FRI 5 JUL: 12 – 2PM

12PM - 3PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Enjoy live music over lunch. MON: Sesar & Halliday / Nicola Graham TUE: Stuart Wilson / Lone Devices / Andrew Leslie & Stephen Roberts / David Hannah & Toby Stibbles WED: Lawson Auden THU: Carli Trotter / Ronnie Elliot FRI: Einstein’s Wardrobe / Tom & Jane Fairnie FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome.

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS

THE TUBBY HORSE COMPANY 1PM - 2.45PM

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CHALMERS CHURCH HALL

TOM FAIRNIE BAND 7.30PM onwards

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

The Tom Fairnie Band play original Americana music written by Tom.

Live music from a selection of brilliant local acts. Be entertained from Cadell’s Café terrace or relax in the gardens.

A two piece band from Dalkeith, performing covers from a range of eras, and original songs from their two albums.

12PM Richard Buchanan

thetubbyhorsecompany.co.uk

1PM Christine Sparks

www.tomfairnie.com

FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

FREE entry. Capacity 100 - reserve by email: secretary3haf@gmail.com

2PM Baron Salmon FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

SAT 6 JULY

They will be supported by Paul Brown and Amy Baillie.

Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

SUN 7 JULY

LIVE ON THE LAWN

IAIN MCLEOD

BUSKING SHARKS

LIVE ON THE LAWN

12PM - 3PM

1PM

2PM - 4PM

12PM - 3PM

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS

Live music from a selection of brilliant local acts. Be entertained from Cadell’s Café terrace or relax in the gardens. 12PM Paul Brown & Michal Jesionowski 1PM The Sea 2PM Tom & Jane Fairnie FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap! 12

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CHALMERS CHURCH HALL

A music producer / musician based in Musselburgh, Iain’s style isn’t flashy; he prefers an unpretentious & honest sound. Inspired by the guitar work of John Squire & Jimi Hendrix he developed a taste for raw acoustic guitar. Influenced by the delta greats, the likes of John Fahey & Jack Rose, Iain plays his own version of rambling blues with a World Music twist. www.iainmacleodmusic.com FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome.

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THE GOTH UPSTAIRS

Busking Sharks are a 10-15 piece jazz band playing jazz and funk standards. FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS

Live music from a selection of brilliant local acts. Be entertained from Cadell’s Café terrace or relax in the gardens. 12PM Ayla Sibbald 1PM Joe Alves 2PM Paul Brown & Michal Jesionowski FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!


SUN 30 JUNE

LIVE ON THE LAWN 12PM - 3PM

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS

Live music from a selection of brilliant local acts. Be entertained from Cadell’s Café terrace or relax in the gardens. 12PM Sandie Wyles 1PM Nicola Graham 2PM Pauline Valance FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

THU 4 JULY

ANDY BROWN, THE LOST BOYS DROPKICK, FUZZYSTAR &THE SEA 7.30PM onwards

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Andy: music from many places... Fuzzystar: indie rock filled with narrative, melodies and lo-fi moments. “Off-kilter indie pop laden with dream-like fuzz” (Clash) Dropkick: “Indie, powerpop, accomplished harmonies, alt. country tendencies. What’s not to love?” (The Herald) fb: dropkickmusic / fb: fuzzystar

7.30PM onwards

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Local function band The Lost Boys covers a vast range of styles to please all!

FRI 5 JULY

TANNINZIE & EDINBURGH COLLEGE TRAD MUSIC BAND 7.30PM onwards

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

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Tanninzie: acoustic trio with distinctive vocals, fulsome harmonies & resonant instrumentation. They interpret traditional and contemporary sources in their own distinctive style.

FREE entry. Capacity 100 - reserve by email: secretary3haf@gmail.com

ECTMB: students & staff with fiddles, guitars, woodwind, percussion & piano..

Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

www.tanninzie.co.uk fb: EdinburghCollegeMSP

Support by guest musicians.

FREE entry. Capacity 100 - reserve by email: secretary3haf@gmail.com

FREE entry. Capacity 100 - reserve by email: secretary3haf@gmail.com

BUSKERS AT THE WEEKENDS SAT 29 JUNE 12

CH&G 11.30AM SARAH GALLACHER

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HARBOUR 12PM UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF SUNNY LEITH

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HARBOUR 1PM SARAH GALLAGHER

SUN 30TH JUNE ALEX HODGSON & RHYS HEAVEN

MUSSELBURGH HOTPOT

7.30PM onwards

7.30PM onwards

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

East Lothian singer-songwriter Alex Hodgson performs Scottish folk music supported by new talent Rhys Heaven who recently graduated PL High School. www.alexhodgson.net Buy tickets on billetto £10 + booking fee

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THORNTREE

The Musselburgh Hotpot is a warm and welcoming open floor performance evening in which anyone can put their name down to do a story, song, poem, tune or whatever else they darn well feel like - first come, first served. It aims to be relaxed, inclusive and downright enjoyable! FREE entry.

BUSKERS

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PRESTONPANS HIGH STREET, COCKENZIE HOUSE ENTRANCE & PORT SETON HARBOUR

CH&G 11.30AM PAT DENNIS

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BUS STOP 1PM EUAN GLASGOW

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HARBOUR 1PM PAT DENNIS

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CH&G 3PM EUAN GLASGOW

Look out for buskers at the weekends to help keep that skip in your step while you enjoy the festival on Prestonpans High Street, at Cockenzie House & Gardens entrance and at Port Seton Harbour. FREE entry. Donations to 3HAF music welcome. Look for the fisherman’s cap!

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CH&G 11.30AM IAIN MCLEOD

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BUS STOP 1PM NEVER NOW

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CH&G 3PM NEVER NOW 13


EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE FESTIVAL: EVERY DAY

PRESTONGRANGE MUSEUM 11.30AM - 4.30PM

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History & industry, woodland and wildlife - family friendly museum and café. For over 400 years Prestongrange was a focus of industry. A harbour, glassworks, pottery, colliery and brickworks have all left their marks on the landscape.

ARTS & CRAFT STALLS SAT 29 / SUN 30: 10.30AM-3PM MON 1 – SAT 6: 10.30AM-5PM SUN 7 JULY: 1PM – 4.30PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Members from Pennypit groups, including Puffins and Computer Club, display various arts and crafts including knitting, jewellery, digital projects and a rhyme book for wee folk. FREE entry

With daily children’s workshops.

WEEK DAYS

LOCAL HISTORY FILMS 9AM - 4PM

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A variety of films compiled to show the golden age of Prestonpans, Port Seton, Musselburgh and other surrounding areas, running on loop throughout the day. Come take a seat and enjoy the attraction of these old movies and photographic exhibition.

PENNYPIT STEAMIE MON 1 – FRI 5 JULY: 11AM - 6PM

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Enjoy a steamie-themed day at the Pennypit Café. Go back to the 1950s with this culinary trip down memory lane of good old mince, tattie & doughballs. fb: pennypitcafe Price per meal

FREE entry

www.prestongrange.org fb: PrestongrangeMuseum FREE entry

FRI 28 JUNE

EXHIBITION PREVIEW 7 - 9PM

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HARBOUR GALLERY

Preview of artworks by Preston Lodge Associates. Arthur Wilson will be playing his guitar and singing a medley of songs. Portsetongallery.co.uk FREE entry. Over 18s only.

SAT 29 JUNE

MEZZO-SOPRANO ANA FILOGONIO 7.30 - 9PM (doors open 7.15)

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AULD KIRK

Expect a breath-taking performance from Brazilian mezzo Ana Filogonio. Programme to include songs from musicals and operas as well as some Scottish & Brazilian favourites. Ana has sung in many choirs in her native city of Belo Horizonte and also in Scotland. She was a 2017 finalist at Open Mic UK. fb: AnaFilogonioMezzo-Soprano

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HARBOUR FAMILY AFTERNOON 12 - 4PM 18

PORT SETON HARBOUR

Refreshments from the Harbour Takeaway including Luca’s Ice Cream. Boatie Blest will be rowing in preparation for the World Championships; look at fishing boats and pop into J&C Seafoods Fish Shop to read the list of fishermen’s nicknames recorded over the years. 12PM Kate Edmunds: wool-spinning demo and chance for you to have a go 12PM Ukulele Orchestra of Sunny Leith: bring your ukulele and have a jam 1PM Sarah Gallagher: silver-voiced singer-songwriter whose material ranges from tales of modern life to thoughtful stories from unexpected viewpoints. 1PM The Lost Pebbles: decorate pebbles with pictures or words of nature, influenced by Robert MacFarlane’s book The Lost Words, then use them to create an art installation that will be exhibited at Chalmers Ch. Hall for 3HAF 1PM Sign Writing: come and learn a wee bit and have a go. 2PM Prior Engagement: Frank Prior and his singers perform songs of the sea 3PM Sing in the City: 200 singers with songs from the 60’s to original material NB the wet weather back-up is in Cockenzie Business Centre (venue 13).


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MIXED DAYS

WEEKENDS

BOATIE BLEST HERITAGE

FAMILY FUN

1722 WAGGONWAY

ORANGE BLUE

SUN 30 JUNE & SAT 6 JULY

SAT 29 / SUN 30: 10AM – 4PM SAT 6: 10AM – 6PM

SAT 29 JUNE: 11AM & 2.30PM SUN 30 JUNE: 2.30PM SAT 6 JULY: 11AM & 2.30PM

SAT 29 JUNE: 11AM – 5PM with tea, coffee & cakes 12 - 4PM SUN 30 JUNE: 2 - 5PM MON 1 - WED 3: 11AM – 5PM

15 AULD KIRK Annual exhibition of the fishing and boat-building heritage of Cockenzie & Port Seton. Outstanding display of traditionally-built model boats, associated artefacts, photographs and paintings. fb: Boatie-Blest-Heritage

4 PENNYPIT CENTRE There is a lot of fun to be had in the Pennypit Café: SUN 30 JUNE 1PM-5PM Pennypit Café’s witches day SAT 6 JULY 9.30AM-10.30AM Stone Painting SAT 6 JULY 11AM-1PM Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

10 WAGGONWAY MUSEUM Come and learn the history of Scotland’s first railway and its associated industries of coal mining and salt panning in the area. 1722waggonway.co.uk fb: 1722waggonway FREE entry

fb: pennypitcafe

14 11 NEW STREET A mixture of strangely beautiful mysterious poetry, with haunting music on piano and clarinet, in an intimate and unusual venue! Capacity 12, so come early or book ahead: carljbar@icloud.com Toilets nearby at Cockenzie House. thesecretvenue.co.uk FREE. Lasts around 30 minutes.

FREE entry

FREE entry

TRADITIONAL SALT MAKING DEMONSTRATION 2 - 3PM (also SAT 6 JULY)

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HOUSE COCKENZIE & GARDENS

Meet the Master Salters of the 1722 Waggonway Project as they make sea salt in the traditional method used along this coastline in the 17th & 18th Centuries. 1722waggonway.co.uk fb: 1722waggonway FREE entry

ONCE UPON A HAVEN 10AM - 12PM WALK

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PRESTONGRANGE

Join us for an illustrated walk and talk back through time exploring the life of Morrisons Haven and Prestongrange. For over 400 years Prestongrange was a focus of industry. A harbour, glassworks, pottery, colliery and brickworks have all left their marks on the landscape. www,prestongrange.org fb: PrestongrangeMuseum FREE

REMEMBERING THE POWER STATION

1722 WAGGONWAY HISTORY WALK

11AM - 12PM & 1.30 - 2.30PM (also SAT 6 JULY)

11AM (also SAT 6 JULY)

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Films by the students at Preston Lodge High School. Grab some popcorn and watch Cockenzie Power Station’s story unfold: its life, switch off and demolition. Thanks to PL and all involved © Seaside Productions fb: pennypitcentre1 FREE entry

10 WAGGONWAY MUSEUM Join members of the Waggonway Project for a 1 hour guided walk around historic Cockenzie and learn about the town’s incredible industrial heritage including salt panning, glass making and Scotland’s first railway. Start and finish at the Waggonway Museum. www.1722waggonway.co.uk fb: 1722waggonway FREE

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EVENTS SAT 29 JUNE

PUTTING TO SEA

CULLEN SKINK & ARLEN

5PM

6 - 9PM

15 AULD KIRK A gathering of stories, songs, intergenerational conversation and audio-visual presentation: a rare treat for those who love sea stories. Recounted by some of the fascinating people who have lived and worked and put out to sea from Port Seton Harbour over some eighty years. A Gaelgal/ European Ethnological Research Council/Boatie Blest Production working with; Mark Mulhearne and Colin Gatelely, and in Collaboration with David Francis.

Entry by donation

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HOUSE & GARDENS COCKENZIE TASTY NOTES SERIES IN THE CADELL ROOM

Following his resounding success at the Cullen Skink-off 2019, Port Seton’s own Thomas Buchanan returns home to demonstrate his winning Cullen Skink and Cranachan recipes. Thomas is the son of a prominent fishing family and now part of the Scotland’s leading fish processing family. Arlen return to 3HAF with a brand new line-up but the same passion for classic standards made famous by artists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Julie London and Duke Ellington. Guaranteed to charm with consummate musicianship and fabulous shoes. Suitable for aunties and vicars; no swearing except when Sadie falls over her heels. fb: Arlen £8. Numbers limited so please book in advance on biletto.co.uk

SUN 30 JUNE

CHARCUTERIE EVENING

MINATO SUSHI & MEANTIME 6 - 9PM

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HOUSE & GARDENS COCKENZIE TASTY NOTES SERIES IN THE CADELL ROOM

Enjoy an evening of cheese & meat platters with the Sweet Boutique, a new eatery and bespoke cake shop in Prestonpans.

A demo and tasting by Jennifer Kerr, founder of Minato Sushi, a delivery service based at Cockenzie House. Jen started Minato upon returning from Australia where she enjoyed the availability of fresh, reasonably-priced sushi. Jen will be proving that sushi is not only about fish but so many other wonderful fresh, local ingredients.

fb: thesweet.boutique.eastlothian

Originally from Edinburgh and Newcastle, Meantime are a guitar and fiddle duo playing acoustic originals, folk and Americana.

Price per meal. BYOB. Spaces limited - please book in advance: secretary3haf@gmail.com.

7.30 - 8.30PM

17 PORT SETON CENTRE The last Box Meeting was held in 1957 and when the Friendly Society of Fisherman was finally disbanded in 1973, a tradition of almost 150 years was lost to the community of Cockenzie and Port Seton. But not for the fishermen who never lost sight of their tradition and this is the story of its revival. Introduction to the film by Archie Johnston FREE entry

MON 1 JULY

6 - 9PM

8 SWEET BOUTIQUE

FILM: COCKENZIE & P.S. BOX MEETING

fb: MinatoSushiEastLothian £8. Numbers limited so please book in advance on biletto.co.uk

BEACH JUNK SCULPTURE 10AM - 12PM

20 PORT SETON PROMENADE Cesar Manrique’s sculptures are inspired by pieces of shipwrecks washed up on the beach, and the landscape of Lanzarote. We will repeat his creative process on Port Seton beach using what we find to make a mobile sculpture. Join Art Point in this exciting adventure connecting time, landscape and creativity. fb: ArtPointScotland FREE

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SUN 30 JUNE

FAMILY PRINT PARTY

SALT OF THE EARTH

10AM - 1PM

10.30AM WALK

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H&G COCKENZIE IN THE MARQUEE

Drop in and print your own poster or zine using pre-carved stamps and found objects with local printmaker Wee Blue Press. Following a short demonstration of the linocut printing process, kids and adults alike can get stuck in with ink and rollers to make their own unique creations. www.weebluepress.com £5 per person / £12 per family. Limited space, please reserve: weebluepress@gmail.com

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LONGNIDDRY STATION TO PRESTONGRANGE

A family walk along the coastline including a few stops, with local experts talking about heritage and natural treasures of the area. Longniddry Bents, Seton Sands, Port Seton Harbour, Cockenzie Harbour and ??? House for lunch. Then to Prestongrange around 4pm for a picnic with music to celebrate the official launch of our new community heritage project.

DR. JONES FUNNY BONES 1PM

4

OFF THE WING 3PM

15 AULD KIRK PENNYPIT CENTRE

Laugh and learn all about the human body. A fun family show with real life doctor and comedian, Dr Jones Funny Bones. Ideal for preschool and primary aged children. With songs, jokes, silly props and lots of farting noises! Nominated best kids comedy show at this year’s Leicester Comedy Festival. fb: drjonesfunnybones Tickets £5 from www.jokepit.com

A glorious collection of words & music about birds and bird lore, as seen through poetry, literature and traditional music. Using voice, harp & guitar, the trio will bring magic and humour, as well as timely reality, to bear on the relationships between people and birds in Scotland at a time when the breeding colonies and habitats of many migrating species are under threat. Off the Wing/Gaelgal Production Entry by donation

TUE 2 JULY

MAKE MESS MATTER 2 - 3PM (also FRI 5 JULY)

4

PENNYPIT CENTRE

Messy Play Session suitable from 6months - 12yrs, and all abilities. Engage the senses while developing co-ordination through play. £5 per child, sibling discount available. Book tickets at: www.eventbrite.co.uk

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS

STREET ART SEA CREATURES WITH LiL

KIDS BAKING WORKSHOP

9.30 - 10AM

10 - 11.30AM

19 PORT SETON CENTRE

20 PORT SETON PROMENADE

TUE 2 5PM: CUPCAKES WED 3 5PM: BISCUITS

Read by Sarah Linsay with porridge eating.

Chalk the Promenade with sea creatures large and small; an event for all ages to discover just how big a giant squid really is; how does it compare to a basking shark or blue whale? Draw your favourite or create one of your very own imagining. Send a message about looking after our seas.

Come dressed as your favourite character from Goldilocks and the Three Bears (there will also be a few costumes available to borrow), or simply sit back and enjoy a breakfast bowl of piping-hot porridge and listen to Goldilocks’ Mum’s narrative of the infamous story. FREE entry

Hosted by local sustainability social enterprise Low Impact Living. DoLilThings.org / fb: dolilthings FREE

8 SWEET BOUTIQUE Workshops for younger children. Enjoy the gorgeous food & fun atmosphere of the Sweet Boutique in making cupcakes / biscuits to decorate. Take home 6 yummy creations to share with family & friends. fb: thesweet.boutique.eastlothian £10. For children aged 3+

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EVENTS TUE 2 JULY

WED 3 JULY

HISTORY OF THE HARBOURS TOUR

VISUAL AND VOCAL STORYTELLING

DEMENTIA FRIENDSHIP GREEN FINGERS SENSORY GARDEN 2 - 3.30PM

TUE 2 JULY: 11AM THU 4 JULY: 3PM

TUE 2 JULY: 2 - 3PM THU 4 JULY: 12 - 1PM

11AM - 4PM (also THU 4 & FRI 5)

15 AULD KIRK Join Archie Johnston in a onehour walking tour between the old harbour at Cockenzie and Port Seton Harbour. Learn about the history of the harbours and the saltpans from Archie, a local fisherman with an extensive knowledge of the area. Meet at Cockenzie and Port Seton Old Parish Church

4

PENNYPIT CENTRE

Watch some film of local interest, study some photographs of local areas and take a trip down memory lane with a chat about days gone by. FREE entry

12

COCKENZIE H & G

Help us craft bomb the Dementia Friendship Group sensory garden. Make pom-poms, weave textiles and knit birds from a range of materials including beach waste, wool and conductive thread to decorate the garden with sensory textiles that make sound.

19 PORT SETON CENTRE Supported by Co-op funding, this is an event for families to learn all about growing plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables. We will plant seeds, get messy and have fun! FREE entry. Children accompanied by Adults.

Facilitated by PhD researcher Lucy Robertson supported by Dementia Friendly East Lothian. dfel.org.uk fb: DementiaFriendlyEastLothian

FREE entry

Entry by donation

FRI 5 JULY

SAT 6 JULY

SONGWRITING WITH TOM FAIRNIE

GEORGE CAIRNS WHISKY PAIRINGS

2 - 3PM

6 - 9PM

4

PENNYPIT CENTRE

12

COCKENZIE H & G

This workshop uses critical appraisal to consider melody, lyrics, ideas and styles in songwriting. Full of guidance in a relaxed, open and free-flowing discussion. Whether you are a novice or an experienced songwriter looking for a new angle, it is sure to be a positive experience.

TASTY NOTES series of taster & live music evenings in the Cadell Room.

FREE entry. Suitable for all ages & levels but under 16s will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.

With live traditional music.

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Local lad George Cairns brings three whiskies not generally available on the market. along with food pairings. He will share experiences from his long career in the whisky business, starting as a coppersmith. £25. Numbers limited so please book in advance on biletto.co.uk

ARTS AND CRAFT FAIR THERAPY TASTERS 10.30AM - 3.30PM

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HOUSE COCKENZIE & GARDENS

Makers from all over East Lothian accompanied by live music in a beautiful setting. For families, Art Point, Krusty Kreations and Kiddie Facepaint will be in the garden, and Tim Porteous will be taking a children’s writing and painting workshop by the Helca Building. Kate Edmunds will be demonstrating wool-spinning and you can come and have a go!

10.30AM - 3.30PM

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COCKENZIE H & G

Taster sessions in the Cadell Room, including: Sarah Nixon, authentic bliss holistic therapies; Joanna Miller, angel & tarot card readings; Marion Voy, wax readings; Geraldine McCullough, Indian head massage; Toni Bates, craniosacral; Heather Rush, Indian head massage, reflexology & organic facials; Bryony Smith, craniosacral; Heather Fairgrieves, Indian head massage & reflexology. Prices vary. Book on the day or in advance - secretary3haf@gmail.com.


THU 4 JULY

MACHE MACKEREL 10AM - 12PM

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PRESTONGRANGE

Join us for seaside fun and beach-inspired crafts. We will visit Morrison’s Haven and do some beachcombing then head back to the museum with our finds for a crafty creative art workshop. prestongrange.org fb: PrestongrangeMuseum £8.20. Children 5 - 12 years.

FRI 5 JULY

ART POINT KIDS WORKSHOP

FAMILY SCIENCE AT HOME WORKSHOP

ANDY HEALD: PROCESS

1 - 3PM

10.30AM - 12PM

11AM - 4PM

4

PENNYPIT CENTRE

Learn about Native American culture and create a bespoke piece of art - a dreamcatcher!

Explore a multitude of science and technologies aimed at families:

Made using natural materials, old techniques and, of course, a little bit of magic ...

How can we harness energy to make pigs really fly? What does it take to make a volcano explode? Make a massive gummy bear. Explore the magic of magnets.

artpointscotland.org fb: ArtPointScotland FREE entry

POP-UP BEER & PROSECCO BAR

JOHN BELLANY TRAIL

12 - 6PM

2 - 3PM WALK

10 WAGGONWAY MUSEUM Need an ice-cold refreshment on the final Saturday of the festival? Look no further! Pop into the pop-up bar in the Waggonway’s rustic workshop. They’ll have Eyeball Brewing’s innovative lagers and fizz. Soft drinks and snacks also available. 1722waggonway.co.uk fb: 1722waggonway FREE ENTRY. Drinks individually priced. Children not permitted in immediate bar area.

19 PORT SETON CENTRE

LED BY ALISTAIR HAMILTON

17 HARBOUR GALLERY Alistair was at school and Art College with John Bellany and was a friend of his throughout his life. He will be leading you round places where John spent his youth and also visiting places where some of his artworks can be seen. Join the trail at the Harbour Gallery.

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H&G COCKENZIE SIDE GARDEN

Andy is a local artist painting seascapes & landscapes of the area. Watch him painting outside and see the processes he uses to create his abstract work. Andy uses a variety of tools including toothbrushes, credit cards, grass and sand. He will be painting some small and some large pieces.

FREE entry. Children accompanied by Adults.

www.andyheald.com

CATCHING THE PAST

FAMILY CINEMA: MOANA

2PM WALK

7

PRESTON TOWER

Come on a walk through time and hear the stories and legends of Prestonpans.

FREE entry

2PM (doors open 1.30)

19 PORT SETON CENTRE

Portsetongallery@yahoo.co.uk

An adventurous teenager sails out on a daring mission to save From tourists from Fife who came her people. During her journey, Moana meets the once-mighty to the battle, to a doctor who worked to save an army, finishing demigod Maui, enormous monsters and overcomes by the sea with the tale of a impossible odds. She fulfills the fishwife with a grisly secret. ancient quest of her ancestors Meet at Preston Tower. and discovers the one thing she Approx 1 hour 15 mins. always sought: her own identity.

FREE entry. Open to all ages

fb: catchingthepast Donations appreciated. Children must be accompanied.

£4 Child. £5 Adult. Tickets from www.cinemaregal.com 19


EVENTS SAT 6 JULY

SUN 7 JULY

AELDER COCKTAILS & CALLUM MACKINNON

LINOCUT PRINTING

CATCHING THE PAST

6 - 9PM

11AM - 1PM

2PM WALK

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COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS TASTY NOTES SERIES IN THE CADELL ROOM

Buck & Birch present a tasting session and cocktail class showcasing their locally handcrafted liqueurs: Aelder Elixir is a multi-award winning elderberry liqueur infused with wild Scottish herbs and botanicals before blending with a young whisky and a touch of spice. Newlylaunched Amarosa is an aromatic rosehip rum liqueur beautifully balanced with fresh, floral fruitiness and sweet herbal undertones. Originally from East Lothian, Callum is a singer-songwriter taking influences from Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Tom Waits, Gretchen Peters, Colter Wall and Chris Stapleton. Callum self-released his 6-track mini album Under the Winter Sun in September 2018 and is in the studio working on the follow-up, Bottle of Rain, this year. aelderelixir.com / fb: callummackinnonmusic £20 (£5 can be offset against a bottle). Numbers limited so please book in advance on biletto.co.uk

COCKENZIE H & G IN THE MARQUEE

Introduction to linocut with Wee Blue Press. Create a simple design and print an edition of postcards. Take your design away to print at home - more cards, wrapping paper, whatever you fancy! Tools & materials provided. Feel free to bring along images, sketches or thoughts to work from.

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PRESTON TOWER

Do you know about the Stourworm? Can you find him hiding in a chair in Cockenzie House & Gardens? A story walk tracing tales from the past from Half Hangit Maggie to the Hecla Grotto. Meet at Preston Tower. Approx 1 hour 15 mins.

www.weebluepress.com

fb: catchingthepast

£15. Over 16. No experience necessary. Limited space, please reserve: weebluepress@gmail.com

Donations appreciated. Children must be accompanied.

3 HARBOURS 2019

TRIBUTE TO ROS PARKYN

The 3 Harbours Arts Festival is looking for volunteers to help plan, organise and run next year’s festival. If you fancy getting involved in any way please contact info3haf@gmail.com.

By Jan and Caroline of Catching The Past Ros Parkyn was a force of nature! She was unique, eccentric and lived life very much on her own terms. At the same time she was clever, caring and wise. She got the three of us together, 3 years ago to do an event for the 3 Harbours Arts Festival. From there, Catching the Past was spawned.

Disclaimer: The 3 Harbours Arts Festival has made every effort to ensure that the information published in this brochure is accurate at the time of going to print. However, we cannot be held responsible for any variations, errors or omissions. Under no circumstances can 3 Harbours Arts Festival accept liability for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public visiting any venue participating in the 3 harbours. 3 Harbours Arts Festival is a community interest company. Registered in Scotland SC536782. David Redpath, Director / Claire Hunter, Director Margaret Hamilton, Secretary Graphics by wylliecat.co.uk

Ros and Caroline have taken part in numerous costumed events during the 12 years or so that they were neighbours. Ros was involved heavily with the community, helping with planning, staging and taking part in those events. She also campaigned on issues she passionately believed in such as the plight of refugees, endangered wildlife and conservation. She also took part in studies on medical research. All of this was done despite the fact that she suffered a lot of longstanding health issues. Her death was a huge shock to us all. We will continue Catching the Past events, the time and commitment that Ros put in cannot be wasted. She would be appalled if we folded! So, again, we will take part in the 3 Harbours. This year with our costumed walks. Ros always had time for 3HAF and she promoted it widely. Both of us, and I know many others, agree that Ros was one of the most genuine and generous people we have ever met. She will be a huge loss to us all.

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KYST

Ben Woodhams 6 July – 28 August

TYNEHOUSE KITCHEN & JAMIE SCOTT

John Cox

6 - 9PM

12

COCKENZIE HOUSE & GARDENS

TASTY NOTES series of taster & live music evenings in the Cadell Room.

Enjoy a food demo and savour tasters cooked by Dougie Bonar of The Tynehouse Kitchen in Haddington. Dougie has earned accolades of 3 Rosettes, a Michelin Red M, has cooked on TV and BBC Radio and when he first opened his restaurant was awarded Best New Restaurant in Scotland. He has cooked for many famous people including Sean Connery and Princess Anne and now you! Live music by Jamie Scott, a local singer-songwriter who plays acoustic covers of songs from the 60s through to the present day. fb: TheTynehouse / fb: jamscottmusic ÂŁ8. Numbers limited so please book in advance on biletto.co.uk

Colin Woolf A year painting around the coast of Bornholm The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club Waterston House, Aberlady EH32 0PY Open daily 10 am – 4pm, Free entry T: 01875 871 330 E: mail@the-soc.org.uk www.the-soc.org.uk The SOC is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation SC009859

  Lunch Wed-Sat 12pm-2:30pm Dinner Thu-Sat 5pm-9:30pm

CALL TO BOOK 01620 674 999

 Come and enjoy an afternoon tea overlooking the beautiful Waterloo Bridge Cut out this voucher to enjoy an afternoon tea for ÂŁ12.50

Conditions apply - please call 01620 674 999

Poldrate, Haddington - Last building before Waterloo bridge, on road to Gifford

Set Lunches Sunday Carvery Every Week 2 Course ÂŁ9.85 12-7pm 3 Course ÂŁ11.95 21


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3 Harbours Arts Festival 2019 Brochure  

Full brochure for the 2019 3 Harbours festival in Cockenzie, Port Seton and Prestonpans

3 Harbours Arts Festival 2019 Brochure  

Full brochure for the 2019 3 Harbours festival in Cockenzie, Port Seton and Prestonpans

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