3-Course Dinner & Evening with Hannah Robinson, author of 'Secret Edinburgh - An unusual Guide' at MILK at The Fruitmarket Gallery
3-Course Dinner with welcoming cocktail & evening with Hannah Robinson, author of 'Secret Edinburgh - An unusual Guide' at MILK at The Fruitmarket Gallery • 7.30pm-10.30pm • £35.00 - Menu to be confirmed.
We are delighted to welcome Hannah Robinson, author of 'Secret Edinburgh - An unusual Guide' to MILK at The Fruitmarket Gallery. We are hosting a delicious seasonal 3 courses dinner interspersed with highlights from Hannah's book. Menu to be confirmed.
'Secret Edinburgh - An unusual Guide' -
Discover hidden gardens and clandestine art that even the neighbours overlook, visit the strangest of museums, get water-boarded in a prototype Jacuzzi, be traumatised by Rabelaisian rafters, decrypt mysterious Masonic
markings, step inside an Icelandic lava grotto, travel to the Wild West of Morningside, learn the secrets of Mrs Coade's stone, sniff out the dogs more dazzling than Greyfriar's Bobbie, track down traces of Edinburgh's Great Exhibition.
Far from the tourist traps and the crowded landmarks, you may have thought Edinburgh had no more to reveal, but the city still keeps many treasures hidden away in the most unexpected of places.
An indispensable guide for those who thought they knew Edinburgh well, or who would like to explore the curiosities of this most secretive of cities.
About the author -
Hannah Robinson is an Edinburgh-born writer and film director who has 3 comedy feature films in development and has won two Hollywood awards for screenwriting. She has also made many documentaries about rescued buildings
and monuments. She has worked as a food journalist for The Scotsman and TheList magazine, as a story consultant for Sir Lenny Henry, and as art department for the Edinburgh International Film Festival. She has an
insatiable curiosity for discovering new places, people and stories. As a result of writing 'Secret Edinburgh, an Unusual Guide' and subsequently the 'Story of Edinburgh in 101 Objects <http://edinburgh.org/101/> ' she is
crammed full of capital tales from the nooks and crannies of the city.