Summerhall Fringe shows set to be beamed to 30 UK Cinemas
The City of Edinburgh Council has appointed conservators to undertake the careful removal of the Jawbone Arch in the Meadows so that the bones can be stored ahead of repair work.
Whether it's overflowing bins, seagull-chewed rubbish bags whose contents have been strewn across the pavement, fast-food packaging, or paper fliers drifting in the wind, there is no end of litter to
For those who don't mind the odd photographer or television camera crew getting in their line of sight there is a limited number of half-price tickets for the Thursday 31st July preview performance of
Whatever the weather brings to Edinburgh this summer, Gayfield Creative Spaces is hosting a Garden Party exhibition of leading Scottish and Dutch design.
‘The Annals of the Canongate Parish’ has a promising title, and manages to live up to it, though not perhaps in ways the ‘average reader’ might expect.
Last year’s Fringe saw an impressive showcase of Italian theatre that came under the umbrella name Impatto Totale.
With the Commonwealth Games due to open in Glasgow on Wednesday, 23 July and the Centenary of the start of the First World War this year, the timing of this exhibition could not be better.
Fringe by the Sea returns to North Berwick, from the 4th to the 10th of August.
In April 2014, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery was host to two sets of guided promenade performances from the National Theatre of Scotland in a unique combined celebration of the written word a
Stravaiger is a great Scots word. It is defined in the glossary at the back of this latest novel from Tom Hubbard, as ‘wanderer, traveller, itinerant’.
The Festival City Theatres Trust, which runs the King’s and Festival theatres, is delighted to announce that Radio Forth’s Cash for Kids will support the first ever relaxed performance of the legendar
The National Theatre of Scotland has announced the appointment of five new members to serve on its Board of Directors, under the leadership of Chair, Seona Reid DBE.
Never has a shot of an abandoned suitcase been so gut wrenching.
There’s a brief moment that struck me half way through Set Fire to the Stars when Celyn Jones playing Dylan Thomas tips drunkenly asleep onto the shoulder of exasperated host John Malcolm Brinnin.
Imagine you’re having an epic surreal dream set on an epic and surreal train journey.
‘Hello Sailor’ has become a camp, cheeky and comic cliché about casual pick-up sex. Thief is the real deal.
There is an ever increasing interest in the music of Hans Gál - heightened last month when BBC Radio 3 chose him as its Composer of the Week.
Ten years on since its Broadway beginnings, Avenue Q is remounted by Sell A Door Theatre Company, showcasing topically controversial material through cute fur bulls in a hilarious show with a bevy of brilliant songs.