At lunch time school students will be lining Princes Street in protest and then be visiting polling station with their votes.
Also some are meeting 1.30 pm, waterloo place
May Day debate 12 noon - 1pm in North Edinburgh Arts Centre, Muirhouse (back
of shopping centre, by library) Speakers, music and verse
info Ian Stewart at Pilton Partnership 625 0045
Picnic and outdoor fun stuff in the Meadows by the Jawbone Walk, closer to
the George Sq. side from 3-6pm. You can find us by the silver flag with stars.
We'll hopefully have lots of fun stuff like outdoor d.i.y. art projects, 3-sided crab football, and lots more! Bring what you hope to find, e.g., food to share, games, friends, music, whatever!
After that, there'll be more May Day madness at the Forest Cafe between 6.30-8pm (West Port, off the Grassmarket).
And last but not least, there's gonna be a film about the Zapatistas' struggles shown in the Nicol Edwards pub on Niddry St. (off the Hight St., by the Bridges), from 8pm-closing.
ASYLUM by Jim McSharry with Theatre Workshop's Inclusive Theatre Company. A forum theatre performance, North Edinburgh Arts 1st May "Alison's new neighbour is a refugee. The media, her neighbour and her family tell her how to react. Should she believe them or try and find the truth for herself?" Free, but you need to book in advance Tel 225 7942
Beltane Fire Society show on Carlton Hill, Edinburgh on the eve of May Day:
Traditional May Day March in Edinburgh (Sat 3rd):