Win tickets to Hidden Door Festival 2017
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Hidden Door returns with 10 days of music, cinema, art, theatre, poetry and special events, as we restore the amazing old Leith Theatre which has lain abandoned for nearly 30 years. Free to explore every day noon until 6pm, with tickets required for the evening programme (open until 3am Fri/Sat), this is your chance to get unlimited access to everything on offer at this critically-acclaimed non-profit arts festival!
Over 130 artists and acts including Scottish Album of the Year winners Anna Meredith and Kathryn Joseph, indie legends Idlewild, the epic Riot Jazz Brass Band, the supercool Soweto Kinch, multi-instrumentalist Hidden Orchestra and the breath-taking Tinderbox Collective closing the festival.
Not to be missed, our opening weekend in collaboration with The List brings you live music, theatre, cinema, spoken word and more. For our opening party on Fri 26 May we’ve got Anna Meredith, alt-pop duo Bdy_Prts, Marnie (of Ladytron) and FOUND. Then a late-night programme with the awesome Rival Consoles and DJs taking us through til 3am.
Sat 27 May welcomes Scottish indie legends Idlewild, melodic duo Manuela, indie-pop from Hamish Hawk and alt-rock trio Dama Scout, with late night fun from She-Bang Rave Unit and The Egg DJs.
The List are giving away two festival passes to one lucky winner worth nearly £300, granting you access to all ten nights of the festival.
Hidden Door Festival
The old Leith Theatre
Fri 26 May - Sun 4 Jun 2017
Hidden Door Festival
Artists of all stripes congregate for the Hidden Door interdisciplinary arts festival, which features dozens of cool musicians, bands, artists, poets and filmmakers, often working in new and exciting combinations. Highlights of the 2017 festival include Anna Meredith, Idlewild, Flint & Pitch, theatremakers Grid Iron…
Image credit Chris Scot
Terms & conditions
Competition closes 23 May 2017. Passes are non-transferrable and can not be exchanged for cash value. Entrants must be over 18 years of age. The List's usual rules apply.