Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Edinburgh’s very own St Andrew Camerata return after two five-star sell-out performances in 2019 with their ever-popular atmospheric, late-night, candlelit performances of Gabriel … 

Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet

Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet

As part of his work on a film, Yorkshire composer Gavin Bryars recorded a homeless man’s song in 1971. Although not used in the film, Bryars found the recording to be unusually touching and poignant when looped… 

Jottings from the Queen of Sheba

Jottings from the Queen of Sheba

Three thousand years ago, the Queen of Sheba travelled with a huge entourage and wealthy gifts to listen to King Solomon’s wisdom. Today, Blazing Grannies’ F Mary Callan invites us to share wisdom and stories those royals might have shared in the Bible and the Qur’an – legacy for three faiths and the whole human race… 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Edinburgh’s very own St Andrew Camerata return to the Fringe in 2019 with their ever-popular atmospheric, late-night, candlelit performances of Gabriel Faure’s much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th-century hidden gem)… 

A Sign of Contradiction: The Passion Story

A Sign of Contradiction: The Passion Story

First-century Jerusalem and the political climate is a hotbed of corruption and civil unrest. Roman forces occupy Judea and exercise oppressive control over the people. In the midst of this maelstrom, a young preacher named Jesus is arrested by the religious authorities after an incident in the temple… 

Notre Dame de Paris aka The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Notre Dame de Paris aka The Hunchback of Notre Dame

The mayhem of the Court of Miracles, Quasimodo’s torment, screaming gargoyles and the tragedy of Esmeralda’s passionate naivety. With a diverse and multitalented cast drawn from circus, theatre, music, dance and unique costume inspired by its Parisian setting, the company unfold a fantastic retelling of this timeless story that explores issues of universal relevance, exclusion, class and the abuse of power… 

Teresa Keenan Art History Tours

Teresa Keenan Art History Tours

Join Teresa Keenan, Art Historian at St Patrick’s Church, Cowgate, Edinburgh for a visual journey of religious artworks across the ages. As a consultant to the Runciman Apse Trust www… 

Bercerus the Blind Dog and Other Heroes

Bercerus the Blind Dog and Other Heroes

Bercerus the Blind Dog introduces Cerberus' blind twin, and includes Greek legends galore. Written for blind adults, this adventurous tale proves that every minus can be a plus. Each show includes other heroes from Mary's Stories to End Wars series... 

Mungo: Legend of Glasgow's Saint

Mungo: Legend of Glasgow's Saint

The Bird, the Bell, the Fish, and the Tree... all part of Glasgow's coat of arms, but do you know the full story? Written and directed by Stephen Callaghan. Music and songs by Vincent Mellon... 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Ahead of their European tour in October, and by popular demand, the St Andrew Camerata return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with their atmospheric late-night candlelit performances of Gabriel Faure's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th-century gem)... 

The Pew With a View

The Pew With a View

Bums on seats, eh? Ever wondered what a church pew sees and hears? Come and hear it from the pew itself. Quirky and poignant. Written and performed by Stephen Callaghan. Directed by Rachel Callaghan... 

Ducks

Ducks

Old secrets and new challenges confront Joy and her elderly mother. Can FW Harvey's evocative war poetry help and reconcile the two ladies? To find out, don't miss Anne Graydon in this theatrical gem by Clare Graydon-James... 

Hands-On Messiah

Hands-On Messiah

Hands-on Messiah, written and performed by F. Mary Callan, is a one-person adaptation of the Gospel of John told from the perspective of characters, great or small, who met and interacted with Jesus... 

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

Faure Requiem by Candlelight

By popular demand the St Andrew Camerata return for the 11th successive year to the Edinburgh Fringe with their atmospheric late-night, candlelit performance of Gabriel Faure's much-loved Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with orchestra, in the lush acoustics of St Patrick’s (an 18th century gem)... 

Time Out – Discover Mercy

Time Out – Discover Mercy

Looking for peace and tranquillity? You are welcome to join us for an hour's quiet time and enjoy some stillness, scripture, music, poetry and prayer appropriate for the Year of Mercy. 

Among Women

Among Women

AGAP Theatre's acclaimed production from Lentfest. Stories of four different modern women interlock and cause them to reflect upon the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Mareshka works in a nightclub and mourns the loss of her son... 

The Margaret Sinclair Story

The Margaret Sinclair Story

The story of Edinburgh's beloved Margaret Sinclair and her everyday sanctity is vividly brought to life in this one-woman play. Written and directed by Stephen Callaghan. Performed by Maryfrances Jennow. 

Time Out With Jesus

Time Out With Jesus

St Patrick's parishioners invite you to spend some time reflecting on the mysteries of Christian faith, and so be renewed in body and soul for our day to day activities in this world.