🕐 Friday, March 10, 2023
🏢 Zero Waste Hub, 22 Bread Street, EH3 9AF
The SHRUB folk session returns with the music stylings of Dom, Lewis and Col!
Scotland has a rich musical tradition that tends to be hidden away in pubs. What sets our session apart is that it takes place as a dry event that is open to everyone.
Bring your gran, bring your kids, bring your flatmates, all are welcome!
For those who may not have attended a traditional folk session before: the focus is on joining in, learning and practising. It’s totally fine to just sit and enjoy but you’re welcome to get stuck in!
Our cafe will be open with hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase.
The Zero Waste Hub is on the ground floor with a small step at the entrance. A ramp is available upon request. All the public spaces throughout the building are step free and there are gender neutral and powerchair accessible toilets (no changing places toilet) with hand rails.
SHRUB is a sober space with quiet music and low lighting. Noisy sirens do go through the neighbourhood. We do not have a hearing loop installed.
Our venue is located near bus stops served by the following routes: 2, 35, 34, 16, 11, 24, 12, 10, 36, 47. There is limited on-street parking and paid parking on Castle Terrace (roughly 300 metres away by foot on partially cobbled path or 400+ via flatter paved paths).
If you have further questions regarding accessibility, please contact the Zero Waste Hub on 0131 281 0583 or at email@example.com.
SHRUB Coop is supported through a combination of grant funding and generous donations from our community. We’re grateful for all their support. Find out more about our grant funders by clicking on the logos above.