Tag Archives: edinburgh

Audreys Art Club

Coming soon to Edinburgh Fringe… For 30 minutes join Audrey’s Art Club and let’s make some Art side by side I can’t wait to see what you make I have a special twitter page (@latelightfall) to gather the work from other Artists who have joined us I wonder what type of online gallery we will […]
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Anne Bayne of Duddingston Loch

Anne loved the Artist Allan Ramsay who painted her with such tenderness. At the time before their marriage he travelled through Italy. Anne would have felt alone with her thoughts and love for him. Before their marriage in 1739 Allan spent time in Rome learning the Rococo style of painting that inspired his own work. […]
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Old Fruitmarket Reopens with Refreshing Sculpture

This exhibition pops colour before my eyes before my foot sets through the door. Karla Black is a Turner Prize Artist with a retrospective in Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery. The building began as a Fruit Warehouse in 1931 and has recently expanded with the use of steel beams and brickwork to provide wider space for Artists […]
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Brighton Fringe – Mary Blandy

Walking along the Strand in London to Trafalgar Square to try on a costume I become someone else. Through the darkness I sense the character of a lady of Henley who met her death hung on holy ground in 1757. Mary was not granted the right to appeal her conviction for poisoning her father. She […]
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Valentine.. Feet in the force of George the 4th

Welcome to the conflicting world of George the IV.. being married to a woman you don’t love and what’s worse than that being in love with a woman you didn’t marry and besides all this.. your country doesn’t seem to like you very much! It’s not easy.. right? This Valentine’s Day see both sides of […]
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All Quiet on the Western Front – Review

I saw a show that dramatised trench warfare that brought me to tears. I wanted to share the experience because of the depth of feeling it conveyed to me in layers and depth that I have tried to reflect in images. In spite of the evocative script sensitively adapted from Erich Remarque’s novel, it’s what […]
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Beyond my Fringe

I am living in a tiny dorm room for a month. The man in front of me picking up hid key asks if there is air con. The receptionist says there’s a window you can open.   As I trail through a maze of corridors with 2 backpacks I wonder if I truly needed 3 […]
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Perfect Day on the Fringe

My perfect day is performing solo at the Edinburgh Fringe.  It is terrifying before the show starts and this audio tape nails a moment of how it feels for me before any kind of performance, all wobbly and expanding!   The buzz of being in Edinburgh when the sun shines is a blast and these photographs may help […]
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Provands Lordship

  Standing in the space of the oldest house in Glasgow, founded in 1471, shows me what is possible when you build something with purpose; it out lasts change. The top floor of the house in Glasgow originally used by both church and hospital has a wooden bench by a window that looks onto the […]
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The Joy of St Peter’s

  First, a warning: A lot of what you read here may surprise you. On the surface, it sounds unbelievable. How could something so traditional as a historic church surprise anyone? It is easy to walk by, you know the scenario. A show with heavy marketing, laden down with posters, guided me South. Especially during […]
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