Cafe culture brews revolution in Leith

The cafe was always a place where you could go and talk about changing the world. But now a bigger change is happening; something that requires less talk and more action…

Action points: there’s lots of exciting stuff simmering below the surface which we are not quite ready to tell you about. But one festival event is ready and raring to go public.  Don’t miss The Legacy the latest Flashback Drama Group production during Leith Festival on June 17, 18 and 19 in Out of the Blue Drill Hall.

Hot on the heels of Change, the election campaign drama series, ACTive INquiry presents a new work exploring how we deal with change and how we can be actively involved in enabling positive change to happen in our lives and communities.

As always this is a collaborative production, devised and written by the cast and directed by Gavin Crichton of ACTive INquiry, a Leith based theatre company with the declared aim of  encouraging participation in the arts as a catalyst for active involvement in society.

And where better to start than the cafe, as the Legacy flyer says: “The cafe was always a place where you could go and talk about changing the world. But now a bigger change is happening; something that requires less talk and more action.”

Legacy is on show at 7.30pm on 17th and 18th June and at 2.30 and 7.30 on Saturday 19th June in Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street Edinburgh EH6 8RG.  Tickets £5.

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