The Art of Star Wars (Edinburgh) Reviews
Newest Review: ... Wars films, although since May 17th Edinburgh has had the world exclusive opportunity of displaying 40 new exhibits from Episode 2. The art centre has the exhibits arranged across all five floors of the building. In the basement are the interactives and the shop - this is where you can play games and use computer programs based around Star Wars, as well as view original film posters from ... more
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by - written on 23/05/02, updated on 23/05/02 (Very useful, 159 readings)
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a couple went to Edinburgh for a romantic weekend to celebrate 4 years of having put up with each other. While searching for something to do (preferably indoors) after visiting a very windswept castle, they came across a large building with a giant picture of C3PO on the front. They sensed a disturbance in the Force that told them this would be a good place to escape from the Scottish weather, and went inside... ● Location This refuge from the Edinburgh climate is the City Art Centre on Market Street. If you head over Waverley Bridge (outside the railway station) away from Princes Street, and then turn ... Read the complete review
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