Press Release: FOREST CAFÉ STUNNED BY PWC DECISION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday 17 August 2011
FOREST CAFÉ STUNNED AT PWC DECISION
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have said they would rather leave a building empty than receive rent to help pay off the creditors they are supposed to be representing. PwC are the administrators for Edinburgh University Settlement, who were declared bankrupt and forced into administration last October. The decision follows the collapse of the sale for several buildings previously owned by EUS. PWC have said they would not consider the Forest as tenants for the former Edinburgh Congressional Church in Bristo Place despite being the sitting tenant and the only party willing to rent the premises.
Ragged are just getting ready for the workshops and events this week at the Forest Cafe. We have a few places left on our Ragged Theatre Workshops where we will be prepareing a rehearsed reading of banned and censored texts for presentation on Thursday 11th at 7:30pm.
So if any of your friends wish to come along let me know by sending me a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org! (Open to over 15yers old.)
Press Release: FOREST UNVEILS AUGUST EXTRAVAGANZA!
The Forest has announced the first plans for its final Fringe in Bristo Place, filling the building’s three floors with free performances for world class acts and local talent. The self-sufficient community and arts centre is moving to a new home at the end of August but plans to leave its old home in high spirits after an exciting Festival. Highlights include the award-winning Forest Fringe, performances from the Free Belarus Theatre, international poetry stars, plus sights and sounds from around the world.
PRESS RELEASE: Forest Seeks Help to Protect Old Friend
The Forest is asking its friends and supporters to object to the proposed alterations to their current premises in Bristo Place. While the self-sufficient arts centre is looking for a new home, the new owners are seeking permission to alter the internal structure of the listed building. The planning application also includes proposals to open a restaurant at the site.