Storyteller Jan Bee Brown will be gathering a bouquet of stories of rebels who were inspired by the language of flowers and Liberty prints as part of LIBERTY Art Fabrics & Fashion at Dovecot Studios. Jan's stories will feature some rare beauties, from Oscar Wilde daring to wear a green carnation, to bouquets of barbed wire at the Battle of Glasgow Green. Come and hear tales of 'malicious mischief' at Kew Gardens and why late blossoming botanist Isobel Wylie Hutchinson explored the Arctic Circle in search of the illusive arctic poppy.
10 Infirmary Street
The building is fully wheelchair accessible, and the lift which has access to all floors can accommodate a powered electric wheelchair. There are folding chairs available in the Gallery and can be requested from staff at front desk. There are accessible toilets on the ground, first and third floors by the Gallery, Ladies Baths event space and Tapestry Studio Viewing Balcony. One entrance at the front of the Dovecot building on the right has level access. The double doors are often shut and do not open automatically, so either knock on the glass for assistance or ring the top left buzzer on the metal panel to the right of this door. Please be aware there are no badge-holder parking spaces on Infirmary Street. There are disabled parking bays located nearby at the west end of Chambers Street by the National Museum of Scotland. Disabled parking bays are marked sky blue on the Edinburgh City Council website.