But watching the screening of this film followed by a live concert was really the only place to be.
Where You're Meant To Be
|Kitsch, Handcrafted Soda in Edinburgh|
Eventually I started to make soda, that to my surprise, actually tasted pretty good, and this whole crazy thing started to feel possible. A throwaway Bowie lyric gave me an idea for a name and as I saved away as many spare pennies as I could find to pay for bottling equipment, Kitsch very slowly became a reality. That was just over a year ago now, so its been a long road in even getting this far, to our launch just last week. This blog serves as an introduction of sorts, an idea of things to come, and over the coming weeks I’ll be able to tell the story of how Kitsch came to exist. The story of how a young man with big dreams and even bigger glasses juiced a lot of fruit and eventually cobbled together a craft soda works right here in Edinburgh.Along with their other flavour, Rhubarb and Thai Basil, Kitsch Sodas are tastefully unique and delicious!
Love and loss, war, resistance, emigration, work and play – but most of all, Scotland, in a film that brings out not only the vividness of the past in the present but also very much the personal. With archive footage from the Scottish Screen Archive, Virginia Heath’s poetic documentary is screened with a transcendent original score written and performed live by Kenny Anderson, aka Mercury-nominated indie-folk hero King Creosote. (Edinburgh International Festival)