Sunday 2nd December
Doors open from 10.30am
South Leith Parish Church, 6 Henderson Street, Leith
Bring something to share for a potluck lunch. In an effort to reduce food waste, please take away anything you’ve brought along that hasn’t been eaten by the end of the day – thanks!
It’s really helpful if choir members can aim to have learnt songwords for this reahearsal, as we’ll be honing songs for the December concerts
We’ll provide teas/coffees etc
By bus – bus numbers 7, 10, 21, 22, 34, C22 and 300 all stop at the top of Henderson Street. Any bus coming down Leith walk stops a 5 minute walk away
By bike –
By car – some on-street parking. Please note the parking spaces at the side of the church, and the car park behind the church building DO NOT belong to the church.
MidWinter Turning concerts
Saturday 15th December
3.30pm and 7.30pm
St Martin’s community resource centre, Dalry Road
We’ll be having an interval in each of these concerts, and providing light snacks and drinks for the audience
Sat 16th and Sun 17th March
Columcille Centre, Newbattle Terrace, Edinburgh
Weekend workshop with Ali
This event is open to non-choir members.
Sunday 16th June
SongTribe trip to Wiston Lodge
Thursday 25th – Monday 29th July 2019
Wiston lodge, Millrigg Road, Wiston, Biggar ML12 6HT
This is a residential break for the choir, with Ali leading some singing workshops. Undoubtedly it will also include other shenanegans!
We’ll be staying in the lodge, camping in the grounds, or sleeping in cabins within the grounds of the lodge. For anyone who would prefer to organise their own accommodation nearby, there will be an option to pay a day rate, and enjoy all of the daytime activities/meals. Wiston Lodge has a catering team, so for this trip we won’t need to do any cooking.
More info coming soon!
Cape Wrath Song Retreat
Sat 19th – Sat 26th October
Cape Wrath Lodge, Durness, Sutherland
1 week singing in this beautiful wild part of the country, with song workshops led by Ali Burns.
This trip is open to non-choir members
View from Cape Wrath Lodge, looking down the Kyle of Durness