l Tired? Hungry? In need of a break from the Festival fray or stuck for an unusual gift to take home? Why not visit us at Helios Fountain. We are situated at the west end of
the Grassmarket, just 5 minutes from Princes Street.
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In the shop, you will find a unique selection of gifts, books and toys, with an extensive range of craft materials, including maybe the largest range of jewellery beads in Scotland. The Coffeehouse serves a wide range of vegetarian meals and snacks at reasonable prices with the emphasis on organic produce. You can choose from hot
and cold savouries, soups, salads and luscious gateaux, served by friendly staff in pleasing surroundings.
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IN HERNA "ONAL FESTIVAL
PRODUCUON BY THE BRUNTON THEATRE COMPANY
BY R.S. SILVER ' . . . A powerfully felt celebration of Scots nationhood“ 7he Times
The Brunton Theatre 21-31 August £10.00 (Full).
£7.00 (Concs). $5.00 (On door prior to performance)
Pat Wilson Adrian Barnes
Guide to the Nervous Nineties!
Directed by Brian Debnam
Victor Hochhauser in association with BCC presents
3 FIRST VISIT TO THE UK OF THE SENSATIONAL
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Opening Hours: from 1 August - 31 August thinzess Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun Ham-5 m US Cl 5 on y We accept Visa, Access p 7 CRASSMARKET, EDINBURGH EH1 ZHY, 031 229 7884 Tickets from - Festival Box Ofﬁce ~ Market Street, (NOt sun 18) E Edinburgh (03]) 225 5756 10.15 pm 0W [x N \QNQ
With Stars of the Bolshoi Kirov Ballets
Ludmilla Semenyaka, Galina Mezentseva and a company of over 70 in complete productions of SWAN LAKE TRIPLE BILL
NATIONAL BALLET ORCHESTRA conducted by ALEXANDER VEDERNIKOV
EDINBURGH PLAYHOUSE 30 SEPTEMBER to 5 OCTOBER Box Office & Credit Cards O31« 557 2590
Eves 7.30, Sat mat 2.30
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