CoastWord @ Dunbar Sci-Fest 2015

 

CoastWord is supporting the adult programme of the wonderful Dunbar Sci-Fest. We are delighted to be involved again and we are giddy with excitement to bring you two out of their four fantastic nights of Science.

Are you ready? ...

The Nights!

Rally & Broad, Women in Science 

Friday 13th March 

8:30pm 

Dunmuir Hotel 

 


We did a little happy dance when we got a 'Yes!' from the fantastic Rally & Broad and we are thrilled beyond sensible to bring this literary cabaret to Dunbar. As the kids say, 'it's going to be awesome!' 

And now for the 'science' bit....

Rally & Broad are delighted to bring their eclectic mix of words, music and lyrical delight to Dunbar Science Festival! Celebrating the theme of 'Women in Science' and featuring hosts Jenny Lindsay and Rachel McCrum; Scots singer songwriter Kirsty Law; science writer and performer Emily Dodd, poet Russell Jones and the surreal musical stylings of Zara Gladman. Come with open ears....

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Sunday 15th March

New Thing

Dunbar Town House 

from 7:45

Here is a new thing to bring us together in conversation and thought.

‘New Thing’ will be a series of informal discussions, talks, presentations and performances organised around a theme, idea or to accompany an event.

Our first meeting will be held before Dunbar Sci-Fest’s ‘How Light Inspires Creativity’ on the 15th March from 19:45 at The Dunbar Townhouse

We hope to see you there.


For queries: newthingdunbar@gmail.com

Let there be Light! How light inspires creativity...

Dunbar Town House 

8:30pm 

The way the light influences the artist and the poet will form the basis of what promises to be an enlightening (sorry!) discussion in this The Year of Light. 

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And now for the 'science' bit..

In celebration of the United Nations Year of Light 2015, and after the incredible light installation 'The Magic Lantern' at Barns Ness, we bring you an exciting panel event featuring the Light Artist, Malcolm Innes. International X-ray artist and Artist in Residence at The British Institute of Radiology, Hugh TurveyBlack Light & the Enchanted Forest, Perthshire and CoastWord's Writer in Residence 2014, Sheree Mack, who will be discussing her work and reading from her poetry collection inspired by Dunbar, 'Borrowed Light.'  

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