The Scottish Chamber Orchestra will be playing classic favourites such as Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries and Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture at this Sunday's Fes
As a most astute and intelligent writer with a spontaneous wit, Val McDermid always draws a huge audience at the Edinburgh Book Festival.
At the EIF 2010, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch performed Agua, a vibrant, vivacious vision of Brazilian culture.
The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra gave a capacity Festival audience an evening to remember with a programme providing insightful rendition of widely differ genres.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society announced that by Monday afternoon, with hundreds of performances still to take place, an estimated 2,183,591 tickets had been issued for shows this month.
The ensemble this morning consisted of the Swedish mezzo soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, the violinist Daniel Hope, the pianist Bengt Forsberg and Bebe Risenfors who played accordion, double bass and gu
Film Noir meets modern technology and the consequences are both thought provoking and impressive.
Vadim Gluzman was the violin soloist in Samuel Barber's Violin Concerto composed in 1942 when Barber was with the US Army Air Forces.
Jeremy Paxman was at his absolute best for this Open University event which was entitled, "War. Germany.
Chicago. 1943. Gangland. The city is still ruled by fear and terror and there is only one honest cop left.
A warm coffee in one hand and a rather stale croissant in the other is not all that C venues serve up for breakfast.
Anna Day, founder and director of the Dundee Literary Festival introduced this event entitled Killer Queen - Sophie Hannah is indeed the Queen of psychological crime fiction.
Chalk About dances gently through some complex themes, exploring emotions and identity with a childlike simplicity that connects with all ages.
Edinburgh Book Festival: Murray Pittock and Christopher A Whatley; Nationalism and Unionism; the background.
Professors Murray Pittock and Christopher Whatley have studied different aspects of Scottish historical experience and take divergent positions in the light of their experience, promising a lively and
Francesca Martinez and Mark Thomas really ought to consider forming a double act, on the strength of their appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
With the double basses raised and along the back of the orchestra, and with twelve violas at the front to the right, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1896, was well set for an evening of C
Douglas Newton and David Olusoga came together with Al Senter, in the Chair, to look at the other side of the Great War and in Newton's case a counter view of the decision making that led to the war.
Schizophrenia, a largely misunderstood mental illness often mistaken for split personality disorder, affects around 1.1% of the population and is a subject often thought of as taboo.
What happens when an audience arrives at a theatre performance and there are no actors and no performance? The answer is - not much!
A soaring polyphony on the grief and waste of war.