Juan Zorrilla was born in Tenerife. He created a new painting technique called Bañorrelieve. His early works show the transition from abstraction to figurative or realistic painting in which we can observe his concerns about human behavior. Along with painting he takes an interest on other ways of visual communication such as photography (Fotonoviembre, Tenerife 2005) comic and video experimentation. (OVNI, CCCB Barcelona) His work has been exhibited in Tenerife, Madrid, Barcelona, London and Edinburgh, city where he lives since 2006. Visit Juan's website
A fundraiser for Leith Theatre Trust at Leith Theatre
FRIDAY 11th AUGUST (one night only / ever)
18:30 – 00:00
‘Irvine Welsh is now a national monument.’ (The Scotsman, 1997)
"I kind of don't really have much to add about Trainspotting, other than I'm still interested in the characters and enjoy writing about them. As long as that vibe is happening with me, I'll carry on doing so." (Irvine Welsh)
Irvine will world-premiere new work with a Trainspotting pulse.
What does that mean? There’s one way to find out more…..this is it.
THE FIRE ENGINES
"I liked Orange Juice. I thought they were great. There was an electric group. The Fire Engines. I loved them. What's happened to them? If they had been from America they would have been world-famous." (Mark E Smith / The Fall).
The Fire Engine reform for the third (and perhaps final?) time.
Born in Boston Massachusetts, Arthur Baker is an internationally renowned DJ, producer, re-mixer. He has worked with Bob Dylan, Al Green, Bruce Springsteen and New Order. He has DJ-ed worldwide thru the years at such infamous clubs as the Hacienda, The End, The EGG, Pasha, Café Mambo, Manumission, Bestival & Glastonbury and opened for both New Order and Pete Hook on tour. Arthur Baker makes his Edinburgh debut.
TRAINSPOTTING 1 THE MOVIE
Chant along and toast your way through it – we know, you know aw the lines already!
Find out more about the story of Leith Theatre.
Celebrate Leith’s heritage at the Leith Heritage Open Day with Custom House, Custom Lane, Leith Theatre’s Main Auditorium and Trinity House all opening their doors to LeithLate17 goers between 12-6pm on the final day of the festival. Explore the maritime artefacts at Trinity House in the Kirkgate, investigate artist studios in Custom House, and view the grandeur of the main auditorium of Leith Theatre with remnants from In The Ink Dark by Luke Pell.
More information here
Come and explore!
In the Ink Dark is a new project from Luke Pell and collaborators. A dance and a poem made from from memory and conversation. Throughout May and June a series of conversations and encounters with different people in Leith and Edinburgh will lead to a week of live dance performances in unique spaces across the city, opening as part of LeithLate17 in the Leith Theatre.
Performed by an eclectic group of dance and performance artists with an original music composition from Scott Twynholm, In the Ink Dark collects and explores - people from Leith and Edinburgh’s - experiences of loss and landscape, memory and materiality through dance, design and poetry.
Luke draws upon his own and others stories to make objects, dances and installations that can only exist because of different people coming together to listen and to share. This project invites people from all walks of life to talk with him, to share, reflect and celebrate something they have loved and lost. In the Ink Dark is an immersive project with different moments and modes of participation, an accumulative poem and choreography - for live and virtual space - that can only be made by the many people it meets with.
The Phoenix Choir is a community choir from Leith with a kick! They sing music from Marvin Gaye and The White Stripes to Adele and The Spencer Davis Group. The songs will be uplifting, energetic and pack a punch! Join us for a night of music showing off our homegrown talents here in Leith.
Part of Leith Festival. All profits to Leith Theatre Trust.
Tickets for the concert are £8.00 (Conc £6.50) and you can buy them here.
Come and enjoy a great evening of dance celebrations!
We Dance in Leith brings together different styles of dance together to celebrate the variety, richness and roots of each style - African Dance, Turkish Karsilama, Belly Dance, Contemporary, Bollywood, Flamenco, Afro-Peruvian, India and House Dance.
Drinks and food will be available for purchase at the venue.
In the Thomas Morton Hall.
£5 in advance, £7 on the door (under 12 free)
We Dance in Leith is part of Leith Festival
Back by popular demand, Wolfpack brings you yet another actioned packed evening of point fighting , light contact and our hybrid bouts. If fighters from your club would like to feature on our evening please get in contact asap so we can begin the match ups. Please remember only 140 tickets available for this event!
Ten days and nights of music, art, theatre, cinema, spoken word, poetry, special events, bars, street food and much more … using all the spaces in the old theatre.
FREE during the day; TICKETED evenings ’til late.
Tickets available at Hidden Door website