Message from the Skies
Message from the Skies returns on 1st January with Shorelines, a collection of letters to Scotland reflecting on our relationship with our seas, waters and coast and our maritime heritage!
About Message from the Skies
1st Jan 2020 to 25th Jan 2020
||5pm - 10pm
Various Locations Edinburgh
This is a free event
||Event organiser/part of Edinburghs Hogmanay
||Visit the event website here
||Facebook information can be found here
Message from the Skies returns to Edinburgh’s Hogmanay on 1 January with Shorelines, a collection of letters to Scotland reflecting on our relationship with our seas, waters and coasts and our maritime heritage.
The words of five celebrated writers: Charlotte Runcie, Irvine Welsh, Kathleen Jamie, Kayus Bankole and Robin Robertson – will illuminate and animate landmarks around the city with a maritime theme this January.
Message from the Skies: Shorelines runs from 1-25 January 2020 and is developed in partnership with Edinburgh City of Literature and the Edinburgh International Book Festival and funded by Creative Scotland through the Scottish Government’s Festivals EXPO fund.
Projection locations will be announced in December 2019.
From 01.01.20, download the Messages from the Skies app to read or listen to the stories and to get directions to projection locations.
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Message from the Skies are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.
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