FoSP is one of Edinburgh's most exciting and diverse Festivals. It features over 400 activities across 21 venues each year in August. With top-quality speakers, conversations, performances, film, food, exhibitions, family activities, workshops, art, culture and more the festival is now looking forward to its twelfth year.
Our aim is to encourage community by exploring diversity. We don't all have to agree but it doesn't need to be a problem. FoSP provides a platform for people to explore their own spirituality by engaging with other people's, to promote peace.
Syria Through a Lens - Special Screening
28th May 6.30pm - 8.30pm Hugh Robson Building, Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh University. Free entry.
Syria Through A Lens is a film that brings together a collection of works by and about Bassel Shehadeh, capturing the beauty of Syria and the inspirational courage of the Syrian people in the face of adversity.
The screening will be followed by a discussion panel that will highlight some aspects about the Syrian revolution and the peaceful activism among the increasing violence out
We are looking for Festival Volunteers
Would you like to be at the heart of the Festival? If so, why not apply to be a Festival Volunteer?