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Our next Edinburgh Green Tease has been announced to be part of the Fringe Reuse and Recycle Days! The Green Tease gathering will be held at Fringe Central Monday, 25th August from 3.00pm-4.00pm, following with drinks at the nearby Dagda Bar.
We have the pleasure of welcoming guest speakerÂ Emily Reid,Â Director ofÂ Eco DramaÂ â€“ a Glasgow-based young peopleâ€™s theatre company which creates inventive theatre and creative learning projects that embed sustainability and ecology at the heart of the experience. Eco Dramaâ€™s biodiesel van was recently featured onÂ our #GreenFests page, and is just one facet of the companies commitment to sustainability.
Thoughts from Emily will be followed by a discussion involving reuse and recycling as part of the artistic production process, with the Reuse and Recycle Days providing an excellent case study!Â The Fringe Reuse and Recycle Days are an established Edinburgh Festival Fringe initiative, now in its fifth year of implementation. Production companies appearing at the Fringe are invited to bring their unwanted props, costumes, sets and promotional flyers or posters to Fringe Centre for Participants.
For more information, please check the event page. To attend, please RSVPÂ toÂ email@example.comÂ byÂ 24thÂ August.
We hope to see you there!
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