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Our English courses for adults take place near Charlotte Square, in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town.Our English language training centre is only a few minutes walk from Princes Street, Princes Street Gardens, Lothian Road, St. Buses from all parts of the town stop within easy access of the school.Leading Acting Coach and Performance Psychology Expert Mark Westbrook delivers this articulate, challenging and above all practical guide to acting without being shackled by the Myths of Character, Emotion and Talent. If you have questions or queries, our Admin Team would love to answer them for you. Check our Privacy Policy for how and how long we use your information.We guarantee that we will never sell your data to a third party.There is also a spacious library/study room and a coffee room/ relaxation area.The school is in an A-Listed property with many of the original features maintained in the building. The Old and New Town areas have UNESCO World Heritage Site protection which together with the sea and hills outside the city combine to give Edinburgh a unique character.The area is full of shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, cinemas and tourist attractions.

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The Highland Group of Tourette Scotland currently has 10 children and 10 adults who meet monthly in the Inverness area.

In the winter they gather at Roller Bowl where it is so noisy and busy that no one notices any unusual behaviour, and during the summer months they enjoy visits to Landmark and the Black Isle Wild Life Park.

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The Hay family from the Highland group recently raised £460 for their group by taking part in a sponsored walk. The next Highland Support Group meeting will be on Sunday 21st April 2013, at The Black Isle Wildlife Park, Inverness. They have already decided to book again for next year.