A major new collection of Scottish contemporary literature and music in one interactive sound-art installation.
In 2013, Scottish poet and novelist James Robertson wrote a short story every day of the year – each story was 365 words, no more, no less. Scottish fiddler and composer Aidan O’Rourke (of Lau) then matched the challenge. He wrote a new tune every day for a year in response to James's stories. This sound-art installation shares that work, allowing visitors to to the story or tune of any chosen day — or both together.
Travel by Car
In Linlithgow off the M9, Postcode EH49 7AL. Parking available nearby The Vennel Car Park.
Travel by Public Transport
There are regular train services to Linlithgow from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Walk 2 minutes to Linlithgow High Street, near Station Road; progress westwards to the Palace.
If you're planning on visiting the Palace, Torphichen Preceptory and Blackness Castle, then buy your PLUSBUS ticket at only £2.30 for one day of unlimited travel, it is definitely worth while
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Expert led fungi foray on Linlithgow Peel.
We dare you to come to our spooky screening of this classic film THE TERROR (1963).
Pick and carve your own Lantern at Narrowboat Farm by Linlithgow.