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Don´t miss the Hidden Door Festival in Edinburgh (2015 edition ends on May 30th)

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Yesterday I had a marvelous time at the Hidden Door Festival in Edinburgh. The Hidden Door Festival is an independent not-for-profit festival that takes place every year in Edinburgh in hidden or unused buildings. It features visual art, cinema, music and theatre performances over nine day, which are free to participate in during the evening and charged at night. This year it is in a former factory just off Grassmarket.

One of my favourite pieces wants to raise awareness of the importance of bees for our world.

One of my favourite pieces wants to raise awareness of the importance of bees for our world.

This was the first time I went to this Festival and absolutely loved it. It features local and national artists, giving many of them the opportunity to showcase their work for the first time.

I just loved this piece in one of the purpose built bars of the festival

I just loved this piece in one of the purpose built bars of the festival

They have three purpose built bars as well as food booths with Organic Burgers and Japanese Street Food (their vegetarian dumplings with garlic chilly sauce are just absolutely amazeballs!!!).

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So for all culture vultures such as myself, put down your cup of tea and come come come!!!

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  1. Thank you! We are thrilled you liked our installation! @AdventuresLight

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