Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Village Fete - art, design and music!

If you're in Edinburgh on Saturday why not pay a visit to the Village Fete? There will be music and art and design. All kinds of goodness. And I'll be playing some records, but don't let that put you off.

I'll let the organisers fill in the rest:

'The Village Fete' is almost here and it's going to be pretty lovely we reckon. A whole day of arty stuff with some amazing live music and little something to eat. There's all sorts for sale; jewellery, clothing, accessories, prints, books, cards, records and plenty more besides. There will also be origami, colouring in and a raffle (in true fete style) to win some of the nice stuff on sale.

Throughout the afternoon there'll be some lovely live music organised for us by Tracer's what's on offer...

RANDAN DISCOTHEQUE, embroiderer and quasi-comic songwriter extraordinaire, will be celebrating the news that the Prince did in fact go to Iraq;

WITHERED HAND, father of two and pillar of the community, will be continuing his battle against folk music;

WOUNDED KNEE that ex-German beard-grower, will be making things up as he goes along;

and in the gaps, veritable cottage industry STEWART FROM BEARD MAGAZINE AND SUB CITY RADIO will be playing Aretha Franklin records.

It runs from 11am-4pm and it would be lovely to see as many of you as possible.

Saturday, March 8, 2008
11:30am - 4:00pm
Old St Pauls Church Hall
Jeffrey Street (under North Bridge)

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