Bidding for the 2013 Edinburgh Twestival silent auction is now open!
Visit: http://twestival.weebly.com/ to place bids & view previous posts for further detail about each item.
Items one to six have included beer, website auditing, mentoring and lunch – we think that anyone walking with all four of those items would be advised to enjoy them in a slightly different order. For further details on each item follow these links to one and two, three and four, five and six. To bring the list of items to close, please read on...
ITEM 7: The Queen’s Hall (@queens_hall) is offering... a pair of tickets to all four concerts in their ‘Made In Scotland’ Fringe showcase.
In their own words: a pair of tickets for every one of our ‘Made In Scotland’ Fringe showcase concerts by Bella Hardy, The Chair, Karine Polwart and Scottish National Jazz Orchestra. Four separate concerts running from Thursday 14 to Sunday 18 August 2013.
Made In Scotland has been a regular feature at recent Edinburgh Fringe’s, promoting excellent Scottish drama and dance. They are now moving into music as well, with The Queen’s Hall playing host to some outstanding musicians in what promises to be a special series of concerts. The full Queen’s Hall programme can be found on their site, which is here.
ITEM 8: Elspeth Murray (@ElspethMurray) is offering... a bespoke poem
When we asked Elspeth if she would be willing to offer a(nother) poem for the Edinburgh Twestival silent auction she was almost as quick as Mike Coulter in getting back to us. This will be the third time that Elspeth has made such an offer and we are very happy indeed that she is once again helping us raise funds for the Twestival charity. She has said that she greatly enjoyed the two previous commissions and is looking forward to finding out who bids the most. We are too: Elspeth’s 2011 poem sparked the fiercest bidding war! Elspeth and her work and various fields can be found online here.
So that’s all the silent auction items. Later today we’ll be opening the bidding, so look out for the links in all the usual places. If you’d like to know more about Edinburgh Twestival please head to the main page and for tickets just click here.