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An after dark programme of art and music is coming to Leith this November for a new season

Glow Art Trail
Friday 15 November 2019 – Sunday 17 November 2019
6.00pm – 8.00pm
Starting point: Queen Victoria Statue, Kirkgate, Leith
Free (no booking required)  
Glow Art Trail is a free illuminated art trail taking place in and around the Kirkgate over three evenings in November.
Take a walk at the Fit o’ Leith Walk between 6-8pm to discover a variety of intriguing and surprising artworks set within the outdoor urban landscape.

Featured artists include include Edinburgh-based visual artist Abi Lewis, illustrator Ursula Kam-Ling Cheng, filmmaker and photographer Lucas Chih-Peng Kao, Dutch-born videographer and projection artist Mettje Hunneman and award-winning Scottish artist Lauren McLaughlin.

Moon Party
Saturday 16 November 2019
8.00pm – late
Leith Theatre
£10 
An immersive night of music, light and live performances, set within Pianodrome’s sculptural amphitheatre made entirely from recycled pianos. We invite you to experience the strange and the wonderful with live music from S!nk, DJ beats, projection art and glow-in-the-dark performances.

Moon Party is produced in partnership with Pianodrome and Leith Theatre as part of Pianodrome’s ‘resonancy’ at Leith Theatre.
Visit https://ctzn.tk/moonparty

LeithLate19 November 2019 events include Moon Party at the Leith Theatre
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For information and tickets visit www.leithlate.co.uk
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I attended Dunfermline High School from 2010 to 2016. I wrote my own column called ‘Adam’s Adventures’ and other articles for the school magazine, the ‘Pupils’ Press’, for its first 12 issues over three years and solely edited the last four editions. I created the official high school ‘Yearbook DVD’ and produced the exclusive 2016 calendar during my last year, independently. I also volunteered at the school mathematics shop, the ‘Stationery Village’, for three years and was appointed prefect for four years. I am currently in third year studying the BA (Hons) Journalism course at Edinburgh Napier University and contribute as an arts writer to The Edinburgh Reporter. I have achieved The Duke of Edinburgh’s (Bronze) Award and received grade five level certification for electronic keyboard from Trinity College London. In my spare time, I enjoy photography and travelling by railway, catching up with my friends and family and visiting my caravan away in the country. I must admit that I love good food which is both a thrilling and dangerous relationship.