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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Rope Walk EH32 9BN ART, MUSIC & EVENTS ART: MON-FRI: 10AM - 2PM SAT & SUN: 10AM - 3PM

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB West Loan EH32 9NT MUSIC & EVENTS

PRESTONPANS

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ST GABRIEL’S CHURCH West Loan EH32 9JX SITE-SPECIFIC EVENT

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RED SCHOOL YOUTH CENTRE

Kirk Street EH32 9DY YOUTH EVENT

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MAD JACK’S GARDEN

27 Wilson Avenue EH32 9PD OPEN HOUSE ART: 11AM - 5PM

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METHODIST CHURCH

28 Edinburgh Road EH32 0HL ART; MON-SAT: 11AM - 5PM SUNDAY: 1PM - 5PM


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WAGGONWAY MUSEUM & WORKSHOP

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

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE

15 CHALMERS CHURCH

Gosford Rd EH32 0HG CHURCH OPEN

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

COCKENZIE AND PORTSETON

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

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South Seton Park EH32 0BG EVENTS

16 HARBOUR GALLERY

& GARDENS

17 PORT SETON CENTRE

20B HIGH ST EH32 0HP OPEN HOUSE ART: 11AM - 5PM

10 27 WINTON PARK

EH32 0JN OPEN HOUSE ART: 11AM - 5PM:

11 COCKENZIE

BUSINESS CENTRE

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

12 11 NEW ST EH32 0HN PERFORMANCE

13 AULD KIRK

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

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100 High St EH32 0DQ MUSIC & EVENTS

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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JAMES MCCANN

AMANDA OWENSON

KAREN MONAGHAN

LINDY FURBY

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylics, watercolour & ink

Acrylic & mixed media

Collagraph & drypoint printing

James is a self-taught east coast artist with a love of colour in landscape. Over the last few years he has been experimenting with sunsets, soldiers and local scenery. This year sees him explore the woodland areas of Pitlochry.

Amanda loves experimenting with colour and aims to evoke a sense of nostalgia and energy in her work. Inspired by a love of nature, her work includes landscapes of favourite places, animals and figurative works. It’s an eclectic mix!

Karen’s mixed media images, inspired by the outdoors, are her emotional response to time and place. Repeated journeys in different circumstances inform the colour, texture and energy of each unique piece

Lindy travels around Scotland in her camper van, watercolour painting en plein air. Back in Edinburgh she makes her images into collagraph plates and prints them at Edinburgh Printmakers.

amandaowenson.simpl.com fb: amandaowensonart

bigwhalesmakebigwaves.com fb: Karen Monaghan Artist

lindyfurby.co.uk

ART PRESTONPANS

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BACK FROM THE BEACH MAD JACKS GARDEN

BEHIND THE EASEL

KIRSTEEN MCCALLUM, ALASDAIR MACLAUCHLAN, JAMIE MCCALLUM

JAY CARLYLE, LOREL BROWN, SARAH SANDOW, GORDON HUGHES, JULIE MCINTYRE, BLANKA PETERS

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. fb: Mad Jack’s Garden 4

Mixed media Behind the Easel is a small group of Edinburgh amateur artists who have met fortnightly to draw and paint since 2017. They use a variety of mediums and find meeting as a group allows them to share ideas and techniques.

Sea glass jewellery Lynne was brought up in the area and her inspiration comes from the beaches of East Lothian and further afield to Berwickshire. She makes beautiful and unique sea glass jewellery, using glass she collected along the coast. etsy shop: backfromthebeach fb: Back-From-The-Beach-seaglass-jewellery


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KIRSTEN BOSTON

KERRY HENDERSON

LEN CUMMING

PATRICIA KANE

Mixed media

Gouache

Mosaics

Acrylic & mixed media

Kirsten is a Scottish artist working in acrylics, watercolours and mixed media. She exhibits throughout the UK and has an online presence. Kirsten is artist in residence at Hangar Art and Framing at Fenton Barns.

Living in Prestonpans, Kerry loves to paint local scenes and people going about their daily lives. Kerry welcomes you to come and view her work of framed originals, signed, limited edition giclee prints and printed mugs.

Len is retired and living in Edinburgh. Ideas for his work come from the carved symbol stones of the Picts, Celtic art and cave paintings of the first artists.

Patricia’s work is divided between still life and landscape, and would probably be described as semiabstract. She loves colour & light and enjoys a bit of experimenting with collage and layering. She finds the whole process very satisfying.

kirstenboston.gallery fb: HangarArtandFraming

artbykerryhenderson.com

circlestonemosaics.uk fb: circlestonemosaics

fb: T.KaneArt

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ELFY FINDLAY

KAREN ROGERS

JANET MCCRORIE

DAVID SMITH

Sterling silver jewellery

Acrylic & mixed media

Mixed media

Wood

Elfy is a range of elegant and unique silver jewellery.

Whatever Karen’s subject of interest, she uses collage and builds up different layers in mixed media. She is interested in the marks we leave on the landscape over time and in contextualizing the landscape.

Janet’s paintings are about movement. The flying tartan and colour of a ceilidh and the familiar shapes made when a dance or sport requires the body to move in a particular way. She wants participation from her audience.

Wood is a medium that has always fascinated David and his work involves turning and pyrography. Now retired, working from home suits him very well. There is so much to discover inside a piece of wood, different grains, colours and figuring.

Stunning designs made by hand and inspired by geometric and organic forms. Instagram: amyfindlay1482

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janetmccrorieartist.co.uk fb: Janet McCrorie Artist

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ROBERT MCCOLL

REBECCA DOVER

KAREN CHAPMAN

JOSH COWAN

Pen and Ink

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic

Oil on canvas

Robert is a self taught artist with an interest in the weird and wonderful. This year’s exhibit shall focus on single-line drawings of birds and various bird paintings to follow on from the crow theme of last year.

Rebecca paints large scale abstract East Lothian seascapes in acrylic on canvas using a combination of bold strokes and watery textures.

Karen is interested in the connection between exterior and, personal, interior landscape. Not the immediate image but the remembered – dreamed – changed – image. She hopes the viewer will gradually be drawn into a different world.

Josh Cowan is a young local artist inspired by the beautiful seascapes and landscapes of East Lothian. Josh likes to capture these scenes using oil on canvas. He has had successful exhibitions in Musselburgh and Cockenzie.

rebeccadover.com

fb: bertimccollart

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fb: Josh Cowan Art

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QUINTIN YOUNG Quintin was attracted to painting as an optional subject while studying Architecture in Glasgow School of Art in the 60’s. Always living in close proximity to the sea is reflected in his work i.e. East & West Scotland, travels in France, and Nova Scotia, Canada.

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HARBOUR GALLERY Artists include John Bellany, Alistair Hamilton, Kate Henderson, Roland White, Bill Reid and the late Morris Lee. Most exhibits are influenced by the sea, coastal views, fishing boats and harbours. portsetongallery.co.uk

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CLAIRE MacDONALD

DONALD MacDOUGALL JON CANTY

ANDREW MONCRIEFF

Relief printmaking & oils

Acrylic paintings

Acrylic & mixed media

Photography

Claire’s life by the sea in Portobello is her inspiration, along with travels further afield. Her prints and paintings reflect these influences. Birds have been a focus but her work is now broadening out in its subject.

Donald is a landscape painter working mainly in acrylic. His work is semi abstract and seeks to evoke the atmosphere of the coastal, woodland area where he lives in East Lothian, though some is inspired by Mid Argyll where he come from originally.

Jon is a visual artist based in Leith. His practice mainly explores the urban landscape, narratives associated with past events and abstract compositions inspired by the world around him, working in a variety of media and techniques.

Andrew is a Haddington-based photographer with a love of East Lothian and particularly the coast. For this year’s exhibition he has however decided to exhibit images from his many trips to Italy.

fb: DonaldMacDougallPainting

joncanty.co.uk fb: Jon.Canty.Art.UK

NB: exhibiting weekends only

macavaggios.co.uk fb: Claire Mac Donald Portraits and Prints 6

fb: AM-Photography


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STAINED GLASS CLUB

JANE MILL-IRVING

GLADYS BAILLIE

JOCK FERGUSON

Stained glass

Acrylic, watercolour & ink

Oil

Acrylic

Club members create many beautiful projects using a variety of techniques.

“I paint because I enjoy it.”

Gladys has used most mediums but her favourite is oil and she likes working with bright colours. Although she has exhibited at a few local exhibitions she paints mainly for her own enjoyment.

“I am an artist. That’s it. Nothing else matters.” fergusart.com fb: fergus the scottish uber-colourist

9 JOHN BELLANY TOUR WITH HARBOUR GALLERY SAT 30 JUNE 12PM (c. 1 hour) Let Alistair Hamilton guide you on a walk around the places and paintings of John Bellany in Cockenzie and Port Seton.

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FREE. Meet at the Harbour Gallery.

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IONA MOLLESON

EDINBURGH INKY FOX HELEN WYLLIE

LINDA LINCOLN

Acrylic on canvas

Pen and ink & watercolour

Print, digital

Original prints

Iona Molleson studied Drawing & Painting at Edinburgh College of Art. She enjoys painting outdoors to capture the light and colours of East Lothian, changing through the seasons, from direct observation and inspired by Robert Noble RA RSA.

Ink & watercolour works, cards, prints etc of the Inky Fox character having adventures around the city and coastline.

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!

This year Linda has been working mainly in black and white. She has a selection of Celtic inspired prints, both framed and unframed. Working without colour can be very satisfying and leads to striking and dramatic works on paper.

wylliecat.co.uk etsy shop: wylliecatdesigns

NB: exhibiting weekends only

ionamolleson.com NB: exhibiting weekends only

Marianne also has works that don’t include the fox but depict Edinburgh, surrounding areas and other local wildlife. etsy shop: EdinburghInkyFox twitter: @Edinburghfoxink NB: exhibiting weekends only

NB: exhibiting weekends only

fb: linda lincoln

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LIVE MUSIC FRI 29 JUNE

SAT 30 JUNE

NORTH SEA GAS

TANNINZIE

KLEYNE KLEZMER

7.15PM - 9.45PM

1PM - 2PM

1PM - 2.30PM

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE

Traditional / folk

Traditional / folk

Entertaining musicians armed with guitars, banjo, fiddle, bouzouki, bodhran and more.

Three voice folk band singing both traditional and contemporary songs.

Three part harmonies, good craic and a bag full of songs!

Spend your lunch hour soaking in Tanninzie’s trademark strong harmonies.

northseagas.co.uk fb: North Sea Gas £10 (£8 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets from billetto.

THU 5 JULY

TOMFOOLERY & CRY ALEX 7.15PM - 9.30PM

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Tomfoolery is a five-piece folk/ Americana harmony group playing the music of Tom Fairnie. Cry Alex are Nicola Graham & Ronnie Elliot, who play original songs with a country /blues / rock sound. sound cloud: cryalex fb: CRYALEX33 fb: tomfooleryscotland £5 (£4 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets: billetto. 8

tanninzie.com fb: tanninzie FREE entry Exterior willow room

FRI 6 JULY

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COCKENZIE BUSINESS CENTRE ATRIUM

Acoustic trio (clarinet, accordion, tuba) playing East European Jewish Folk music. Klezmer music has its roots in the musical culture of the Jews living in Eastern Europe, and is an intriguing blend of eastern and western traditions. Its mood is at once reflective and invigorating, happy and sad. FREE entry

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Liam is an acoustic singersongwriter performing a variety of original material and covers. Edinburgh College Band return to the Lighthouse following the success of previous appearances. fb: liamdoyle22 £8 (£6 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets from billetto.

7PM onwards

14 THORNTREE INN Blues / jazz This three-piece band based in Aberlady came together in the summer of 2017. They are currently playing a set of traditional jazz and blues standards rearranged in contemporary style. fb: abmorchestra FREE entry

SAT 7 JULY

LIAM DOYLE / ALEX HODGSON EDINBURGH COLLEGE 7.15PM - 9.45PM OF TRAD. MUSIC BAND 7.15PM - 10PM

ABERLADY MOONSHINE ORCHESTRA

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Traditional / folk Come listen to Alex play some traditional Scottish folk music entwined with his hilariously funny banter, original material and superb covers. A night not to be missed. fb: alexhodgson £10 (£8 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets from billetto.

BLACK ‘N’ BLUE 7PM onwards

14 THORNTREE INN Look out for some good time rhythm & blues, motown, rock & roll and soul. Songs from the likes of Wilson Picket, Eric Clapton, The Temptations, Tina Turner, Robert Palmer, Dusty Springfield, Fleetwood Mac and more.... Time to get your dancing shoes on for a fun evening of classics and emphatics. fb: backnblueband FREE entry


SUN 1 JULY

ARLEN

SPECKY AL & FRIENDS GALLUS CROWS

7.15PM - 9.30PM

1PM - 2.30PM

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

Following success at the Edinburgh Fringe, Arlen return to perform their melodic music & gorgeous songs from golden oldies to present day. Expect classic jazz standards, and blues ballads made famous by such artists as Sany Denny, Ella Fitzgerald and Joni Mitchell.

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Original music Specky Al play an eclectic range of original music which has been described as unorthodox, unique and utterly fresh. FREE entry

7.15PM - 9.30PM

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LIGHTHOUSE HUB

These multi-instrumentalists contribute to a growing repertoire of original material. Influenced by folk, Americana, classic & alternative rock, heavy metal and punk, they will release their first alum, Year of the Crow, this summer.

arlenscotland.co.uk fb: arlenscotand

galluscrows.com fb: galluscrows

£8 (£6 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets from billetto.

£6 (£4 music club members) Doors open 6.45pm. Tickets from billetto.

AN EVENING WITH DAVID & FRIENDS 7PM

13 AULD KIRK David Gibson is Church Organist and Choir Master at Cockenzie Old. He presents a varied program of classical pieces for organ and piano, as well as some well known pieces from musical theatre. Come along and enjoy a superb evening of music and song. £5 (available from the Auld Kirk Thrift Shop or on the door). Refreshments will be served after.

SUN 8 JULY

PRIOR ENGAGEMENT

FUZZYSTAR

12.30PM - 2PM

1PM - 2.30PM

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE Local acoustic 3 piece band, some of whom have performed at the festival since it started! Frank is an excellent guitairst, Steve a talented whistle player, while Issi loves to sing and keep the rhythm on a wide range of percussion. Come along and enjoy lots of traditional and well-known folk songs; mostly Scottish. Feel free to join in with as many choruses as you want. FREE entry Exterior willow room

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COCKENZIE BUSINESS CENTRE ATRIUM

Edinburgh based Fuzzystar centres around song writer Andy Thomson performing lyrical melodic songs with a 4 piece band. Clash describes their music as “off kilter indie pop laden with dream-like fuzz”. fuzzystar.co.uk fb: fuzzystar FREE entry

UKELELE ORCHESTRA OF SUNNY LEITH 2PM - 4PM

14 THORNTREE INN From The Sugar Plum Fairy to Leaning on a Lamppost, Leith’s greatest Ukulele Orchestra do it all with style and maximum fun. Expect tunes from their new album Plucky White Heather and to join in with a mass ukulele and kazoo jam!

Billetto tickets: billetto.co.uk/users/3harbours-arts-festival. 3HAF Music Club: Members of the music club enjoy a £2 discount on tickets for our events at the Lighthouse all year. Annual membership costs £10. To learn more and to sign up, visit: www.3harbours.co.uk.

fb: theukuleleorchestraofsunnyleith £4.50. Tickets from billetto.

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EVENTS EVERY DAY OF THE FESTIVAL

ACOUSTIC CAFE MON-SUN 12.30PM - 1.30PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Sit in comfortable surroundings and enjoy some nice food & drink while listening to the soulful tunes of some local talent. Paul Brown, Ayla Sibbald, Alan Hunter and Tomfoolery are to name just a few. FREE entry. Music may continue beyond 1.30pm

THROUGH THE EYES OF P.L.ERS MON-FRI 10AM - 2PM SAT & SUN 10AM - 3PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

An exhibition from Preston Lodge High School which includes creatively presented mobile phone photography, work from the ‘regeneration’ project about how to improve the local area, and a selection of diverse artwork including drawings, paintings and 3D work.

SLIDE SHOW

ARTS & CRAFT STALLS

SUN 1 JULY: 10AM - 3PM TUE 3 JULY: 10AM - 2PM THU 5 JULY: 10AM - 2PM SAT 7 JULY: 10AM - 3PM

MON-FRI: 10AM - 2PM SATURDAYS: 10AM - 3PM SUN 1st: 11AM - 3PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE

Various films and slide-shows playing on loop. Come, sit and watch train travel in local and surrounding areas, and slides of the Pennypit Photographic Club show. FREE entry

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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

FREE entry

SAT 30 JUNE

WAGGONWAY TOUR

ORANGE BLUE

10.30AM (c. 1 hour walk)

11AM & 2.30PM

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WAGGONWAY MUSEUM

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Join expert guides from the 1722 Waggonway Project on a tour of discovery in historic Cockenzie. Learn the history of Scotland’s first railway and the salt making industry it served. Find remnants of the waggonway and salt pans as you explore the post-industrial coastline around the Old Harbour.

Following success in Edinburgh Fringe and elsewhere, Carl John invites you to Orange Blue, a mixture of strangely beautiful mysterious poetry, with haunting music on piano and clarinet, in an intimate and unusual venue! Spaces limited so come early or book ahead: carljbar@icloud.com

722waggonway.co.uk

fb: carljohnb

FREE (donations gratefully received). Also on SAT 7th JULY at 10.30AM

FREE. Lasts around 30 minutes. Also on SAT 7th JULY at 11AM.

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STORY WRITING / PICTURE PAINTING WORKSHOP 11AM - 1PM

17 PS CENTRE LIBRARY TIM PORTEUS & AVESHA DE WOLFE Join our local storyteller and artist in a comfortable relaxed atmosphere. Delve into your own world of fiction and bring it to life with a drawing. FREE. All ages. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

SHOWCASE EXTRAVAGANZA 12PM

17 PS CENTR MAIN HALL Music, dance and drama from East Lothian Council Arts Service groups to be seen alongside a display from our local gymnastics team. FREE entry


FRI 29 JUNE

BOATIE BLEST HERITAGE MON-SAT: 11AM - 5PM SUN: 2PM - 5PM

13 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. This year includes the history of the Friendly Society of Fishermen Box Meeting and photographs from the 2013 Bicentenary Celebration. FREE

CHALMERS MEMORIAL FANTASY FISH WORKSHOP MON-SAT: 12PM - 4PM SUN: 2PM - 4PM

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CHALMERS CHURCH

DROP IN: 2PM - 3.30PM

17 PORT SETON CENTRE

This category A listed building has 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.

Decorate a Fantasy Fish to join the shoal displayed in our net. Find out why ‘The Three Little Fishes Swam Over the Dam’ and help us sing their song.

Tea, coffee, home baking: 2-4pm Crafts & church tours: 2-4pm

FREE. For all ages but children under 8 must be accompanied.

ROLLER DISCO 6PM - 7PM (P2-P6) 7.15PM - 8.15PM (P7-S6)

17 PORT SETON CENTRE The Year of the Young Person will help young people to celebrate the beginning of their summer holidays through this fun event. £1

fb: Catching The Past

chalmerschurch.co.uk fb: chalmersmemorial

fb: Boatie-Blest-Heritage

SUN 1 JULY

WE’RE GOIN’ ON OOR SUMMER HOLIDAYS 2PM - 3PM

17 PS CENTR SMALL HALL Join Catching The Past and celebrate how we used to go on holiday. Where did we go? What did we pack? Hear our stories and share yours. See our puppet show and nostalgic exhibition and take your holiday ‘snaps’ at our larger than life comedy seaside postcard. FREE. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

FAMILY CINEMA 12PM

17 PS CENTR MAIN HALL This event will showcase local film making and music videos followed by a Disney Pixar Feature Film, Coco (2017).

MON 2 JULY

MUSSELBURGH HOTPOT 7PM - 9PM

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The Hotpot is a monthly open floor performance evening held in the back room of Staggs (The Volunteer Arms), in which Tickets: www.cinemaregal.com anyone can get up and do a story, £4 (£3 concession). Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. song, poem, tune or whatever else tickles their fancy. For 3 Refreshments available. Harbours purposes, the Hotpot Feature film start: 12.30PM. will be a showcase featuring a number of its regular performers. fb: musselburgh.hotpot1

SOUNDWAVES MON & TUE: 12 - 3PM WED: 11AM - 1PM & 1PM - 2PM

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LIGHTHOUSE (PERFORM)

Music workshops for young people over two afternoons, preparing for a performance showcase at the Lighthouse Hub. Styles of music will be decided by those taking part and are likely to be of a wide range. FREE. Age P7-S6. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

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EVENTS TUE 3 JULY

BEEHIVE PAINTING/ CANDLE MAKING

WED 4 JULY

11.30AM - 2.30PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

Paint an empty wooden beehive in the morning, learn a bit about the bees, and produce your own candle in the afternoon. jacobiteapiaries.com FREE. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

11AM (c. 1 hour walk?)

13 AULD KIRK Join Archie Johnston in a walking tour between the old harbour at Cockenzie to 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. FREE. Meet at Cockenzie Old Parish Church Hall. Also on THU 5th at 3PM

YIN O’ ‘OO TOO 2.15PM - 3.15PM

17 PS CENTR LIBRARY

FACE PAINTING/ BALLOON SCULPTING 11.30AM - 12.30PM & 1.30PM - 2.30PM

A trip down memory lane of Cockenzie and Port Seton Past and Present that will include poetry, singing, films, a guid blether, folks’ memories and an exhibition of photographs (past and present).

partiesandevents.co.uk fb: MightyMacandLouise

Find out about fishwives: how they dressed and worked.

FREE. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

Balloon twisting workshop for children, and face painting.

All welcome, bring an old photo or memory along, or just yourself. yinooo.weebly.com FREE entry

FRI 6 JULY

SAT 7 JULY

ART POINT WORKSHOP FAMILY FUN AFTERNOON 11.30AM - 12.30PM & 1.30PM - 2.30PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

Art & Craft for children & teens Today includes making your own, personalised treasure map based on old maps of the East Coast & Lothian; delving into the colour of the sea and sealife; exploring Turner and his works. artpointscotland.org fb: art point scotland FREE entry 12

3PM - 4.30PM

17 PS CENTR MAIN HALL This event aims to bring together children under 8 and their parents or carers to explore art and music, developing their skills, growing and learning together. FREE. Children under 8 with adults

COMMUNITY GATHERING 6.30PM - 8.30PM

17 PS CENTR MAIN HALL The gathering will offer a space for community groups and voluntary organisations to showcase what they do, for local music & arts groups and classes to display their talents, and for the community of Cockenzie and Port Seton to come together and celebrate the achievements of local volunteers. All welcome. FREE entry

WAGGONWAY TOUR 10.30AM (c. 1 hour walk)

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WAGGONWAY MUSEUM

Join expert guides from the 1722 Waggonway Project on a tour of discovery in historic Cockenzie. Learn the history of Scotland’s first railway and the salt making industry it served. Find remnants of the waggonway and salt pans as you explore the post-industrial coastline around the Old Harbour. 722waggonway.co.uk FREE (donations gratefully received). Also on SAT 30th JUNE at 10.30AM


THU 5 JULY

TYNE & ESK WRITERS WITH PETER RITCHIE 7PM - 9PM

14 THORNTREE INN Local Author Peter Ritchie joins the group for a relaxed and comfortable evening of poetry and prose. All welcome to join in the fun of the creative writing process. FREE. Suitable for over 18s.

ART POINT WORKSHOP TEA DANCE 11.30AM - 12.30PM & 1.30PM - 2.30PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

Art & Craft Workshops for children and teenagers. Today’s event includes a t-shirt competition: winner gets their image printed onto a t-shirt! Also East Lothian tartan and 3Harbours poster competitions. artpointscotland.org fb: art point scotland

2PM - 4PM

17 PS CENTR MAIN H ALL The Tea Dance runs throughout the year on the first three Thursdays of each month. Accompanied by George King, Accordionist, those who come along have an opportunity to dance with their friends, enjoy tea and biscuits. £3.50

HISTORY OF THE HARBOURS TOUR 3PM (c. 1 hour walk)

13 AULD KIRK Join Archie Johnston in a walking tour between the old harbour at Cockenzie to 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. FREE. Meet at Cockenzie Old Parish Church Hall. Also on TUE 3rd at 11AM

FREE entry

ART POINT WORKSHOP LIVE GRAFFITI & MUSIC SITULAB RESEARCH

ORANGE BLUE

SAT & SUN 10AM - 3PM

11AM

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE Art & Craft for children & teens. A weekend of painting foil among trees; crowns, hats & superhero belts for a dress-up party in the garden; small pictures on clay or salt dough using materials found in the garden / beach; a collage based on local landmarks; and the Power Station – what next? a collage from what you imagine. artpointscotland.org fb: art point scotland FREE entry

11AM - 3PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

Two experienced artists, two DJ’s, one MC and a sound system provide tips and techniques on creative play and artwork. Learn to spray paint, culminating in a live graffiti of local band the Lost Boy’s transit van. FREE. P7 - S6. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

11AM - 3PM

3 ST GABRIEL’S The SituLab Group will perform their project into how the public respond to modern architectural heritage through in-situ musical compositions and experiential, digital souvenirs. The music and souvenirs (badges; limited edition 3D printed models) are inspired by St Gabriel’s. Visit the space, hear the music, collect a souvenir and try out our new 3D musical model. instagram: situlabresearchgroup twitter: SituLab FREE entry

12 11 NEW STREET Following success in Edinburgh Fringe and elsewhere, Carl John invites you to Orange Blue, a mixture of strangely beautiful mysterious poetry, with haunting music on piano and clarinet, in an intimate and unusual venue! Spaces limited so come early or book ahead: carljbar@icloud.com fb: carljohnb FREE. Lasts around 30 minutes. Also on SAT 30 JUN, 11AM & 2.30PM. 13


EVENTS SUN 8 JULY

CRAFT FAIR 10AM - 3PM

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE Fabulous craft fair stalls, raffle prize draws and open studios to be found in and around Cockenzie House & Gardens.

FOOD ASSEMBLY/ FARMERS’ MARKET 10AM - 3PM

8 COCKENZIE HOUSE

haddingtonfoodassembly.com fb: HaddingtonFoodAssembly

3 HARBOURS 2019 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

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

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7PM - 9PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE CAFE

Enjoy an end-of-festival cheese & wine night at the Pennypit Haddington Food Assembly Centre, with poetry from Spike is setting up stalls in the piano room. Local produce from award- Munro, and music by Pauline Vallance. winning artisan food and drink makers to taste and buy. £12. Booking advised: The Food Assembly: members order online then collect in Haddington on a Monday night at The Maitlandfield. It’s free to be a member.

Graphics by wylliecat.co.uk

CHEESE & WINE

email secretary3haf@gmail.com.

NATURAL BALANCE WORKSHOP 11AM - 2PM

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PENNYPIT CENTRE 3-IN-1

James offers a stone-stacking demonstration before taking participants to the beach to gather their own raw materials for experimenting with either on the beach or back at the venue (weather permitting). FREE entry. Booking advised: email secretary3haf@gmail.com.


TYNEPARK PLANTS The finest range of colourful summer bedding plants for sale! And plenty of Harry’s advice too! Follow the signs in the gardens All proceeds go towards Mental Empowerment and Enablement Group

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Run by an award-winning catering company Open 7 days per week, 10am – 5pm Freshly baked scones and cakes from our artisan bakery All our produce is sourced from local suppliers Afternoon Tea available Monday – Sunday Find us on Facebook (Cadells Café) for our menus and our latest news/events

Celebrations, Family Events, Birthdays, Meeting Versatile function rooms Cockenzie House & Gardens £10 per hour Call 01875 819456

Paintbox www.paintboxartclasses.com

ADVERT 2 Paintbox

Courses - Summer Schools - Workshops - Luxury Retreats Distant Learning Join us – last Friday of every month 10.30am – 12 noon

contact us at paintboxart@outlook.com

STUDIOS and CO-WORKNG SPACES In our unique historical setting info@cockenziehouseandgarde ns.co.uk


3 Harbours Festival 2018 Brochure  

Arts festival in East Lothian, 30 June - 8 July 2018

3 Harbours Festival 2018 Brochure  

Arts festival in East Lothian, 30 June - 8 July 2018

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