To mark National Poetry Day on Thursday 2 October, and in the week of the Scottish premiere of WWI drama Regeneration, the King’s Theatre, in collaboration with the Touring Consortium Theatre
Border ballads, fiddle tunes, traditional tales and dances will be hot topics in Hawick at an upcoming gathering.
Euthanasia has been a widely controversial topic that has been increasingly brought up in the news. When the right to live is so strongly protected why should the right to die not also be an option?
On Thursday 11 September the National Library of Scotland (NLS) hosted an event sponsored by Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation (BOSLIT) where three scholars and translators discussed
Corruption in the business and political world is always a sickening yet intriguing thought that infiltrates our lives on a daily basis.
Edinburgh is set to benefit from increased economic and cultural links after being accepted into the historic Hanseatic League.
San Francisco drone-rockers Wooden Shjips have spent the past ten years slowly building a reputation for being the modern motorik beat fan’s transportive brain-hammerer of choice, so much so that lea
The fear of technology slowly taking over our lives seems to be an ever-growing theme in recent new writing.
Coming at a time when Scotland faces the possibility of huge change, the world premiere of new Scottish Musical ‘Prophecy’ is a fun and refreshing reminder of our Gaelic roots and a legend from the Is
On an unusually warm September day, it was particularly strange to be surrounded by Christmas baubles and a richly decorated tree.
In 2015 the multi award-winning comic masterpiece The History Boys from one of the UK’s most celebrated playwrights and authors Alan Bennett, whose astonishing career spans five decades, wil
Joe Corrie’s ‘In Time o Strife’ remains a powerful evocation of time and place, with echoes that resonate in our own days.
Over the summer months artist Andrea Geile and horticulturalist Rebecca Govier have been working with local groups to investigate the legacy of Edinburgh botanist John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884).
‘From the Line’ is the title of the Association of Scottish Literary Studies (ASLS) anthology of Scottish poetry produced during or after the two World Wars of the previous century.
A reconfigured George Street was officially opened today that gives cyclists a safe East-West route across the city centre, free of tram lines and free of motorised traffic.
Edinburgh Music Theatre is proud to announce their next major production, CHESS.
Luminate, Scotland’s creative ageing festival is now in its third year.
Last night's Fireworks Concert marked the end of the Edinburgh International Festival and the end of Festival Director Sir Jonathan Mills’s eight year te
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, led by conductor Garry Walker, open the Festival Fireworks Concert 2014 in Princes Street Gardens with Wagner's Flight of