Drummohr
Midsummer Festival

Vision Mechanics’ Midsummer Fest is a one-dayer with fun artsy things for all the family. Making full use of the grounds, forests and out buildings of Drummohr House, there will be circus, aerial, storytelling, puppetry, food and drink and live music all day.

Featuring circus from renowned aerial artist Sarah Bebe Holmes, an all day musical line-up from Vision Mechanics Great Junction Street neighbours Sketchy Beats with the best of Edinburgh alternative tunes, an aerial walk in the woods from Lucy Power, puppetry caravans and local food and drink, Vision Mechanics’ Midsummer Fest is all things Leith – in the woods!

East Lothian Enchantment at the Vision Mechanics- Big Shed workshop – a world full of giant blue marionettes and life size dragon sculptures featured in some of their iconic immersive shows Big Man Walking, Drift, Dragons of Drummohr and Quest for Oz.

Our ticketing partner Citizen Ticket are donating 50% of their booking fee to Social Bite. As a result of this gesture we have made their fee inclusive of the advance price (£10/£5) . We can’t wait to see you there!

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Getting to the Festival

By Public Transport from Edinburgh

Take the Lothian Buses service 44 or Scot Rail services to Wallyford Park and Ride and get on the festival shuttle bus at no extra charge, provided in partnership with Lothian buses.

Alternately take the service 26 to the Prestongrange Museum and proceed on foot to the BigShed (about 15 mins walk up a hill).

By foot or bicycle

Walk/Cycle to either the Big Shed (see map below) or Wallyford Park and Ride and get on the festival shuttle bus at no extra charge, provided in partnership with Lothian buses.

Vehicle Parking at the festival

Park at Wallyford Park and Ride and get on the festival shuttle bus at no extra charge, provided in partnership with Lothian buses.

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