Weekly Bulletin

Below are highlights of What’s On this week and what is coming up at the Precinct. The bulletin is only a highlight please visit our website for more projects, activities and events for you to enjoy.

This Week

Yurt Salon-Scratch Theatre
Tuesday 20th June, 6:30-9:30pm
On Tuesday 20th June, we will be having our first outdoor event in the amphitheatre area of the Precinct. Led by the playwright Jerusha Green, there will be 4 scratch theatre performances by emerging playwrights and poetry by Michael Tyrell. Doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Tickets are £4.71 in advance and £6 on the door. Tickets can be bought here

Weekend Community Gardening
Saturday 24th June, 10-4pm
Join Stephen and the gardening group as they work hard (with cups of tea!) to look after the Precinct garden. Come for the whole day or for a few hours, all ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Family Cinema 
There is no Family Cinema this month. We hope to be back next month.

The Craft Club
Saturday 24th June, 10-11am
Join us for an afternoon of creating and making. Bring your own project, a skill to share or be inspired on the day. Children above 7 years old are welcome but must bring an adult.

Coming Up 

Wednesday 5th July, 5:45-6:30pm
The Community Singing Group welcome you to join them for Ukulele. A small group from the singing group have been meeting before singing to learn how to play the Ukulele. They would like to open the group and invite you to join them. If you would like to know more or let us know you are coming please email claire@rfsk.org.uk or phone 07585 333 361

Yurt Salon-Comedy Edinburgh Festival Preview
Wednesday 5th July, 6:30-10pm
Comedy comes back to the Precinct with a special Edinburgh Fringe preview with Abandoman with support from Stefano Paolini, Sam Deards, Jo Romero and MC Sion James. Doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Book your tickets here

Limehouse Books and Films
Saturday 8th July, 10:30-12pm
Meet kindered book lovers in this local book group. This months book Woodcutters by Thomas Bernhard. You can find out more about the book group on their meet up page

Have a great week
The Precinct Team