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Edinburgh International Festival August 2019: An Opportunity for Trade Unionists

The Edinburgh International Festival is running a series of discussions aimed at promoting dialogue between community activists, citizens and arts professionals.

A woman holding a phone with the footage of people walking on street stairs in Edinburgh
Night Walk at Edinburgh International Festival. Photo credit:©Sally Jubb

The free (but ticketed) sessions are as follows:

“Class, Community and the Arts”

Common People is a call to action; a commitment by organisations to creating meaningful and sustainable change to ensure that arts and culture truly is accessible to everyone. 

When: 11am, 10 August
Where: Lyceum Studio

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“Climate, Culture and Creativity”

A morning of provocation and discussion on the Climate Crisis.

When: 11am, 17 August
Where: Lyceum Studio

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“Power, Gender and the Arts”

A morning of provocation and discussion that continues this cross-festival conversation about power and gender in the arts.

When: 11am, 24 August
Where: Royal Lyceum Theatre

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Free tickets can be downloaded from the Edinburgh International Festival website or applied for in person at the EIF booking office at The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh.

Published: 02/08/2019

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