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The Edinburgh Filmhouse is well known as being a base for
A Microsoft executive who promotes popular video game Minecraft for mainstream education and one of Scotlan
In the 1600s and 1700s the domestic kitchen and its products were the first port of call in the prevention
There are a number of events taking place in Edinburgh, during the long bank holiday weekend, marking Queen
Two hundred years after the first, 6-ton foundation stone was laid, the National Monument of Scotland is…
The event will begin at 6pm in our foyer with a wine reception.
Highland fiddler Duncan Chisholm and his band will kick off 
For scale, no show in Edinburgh can rival the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Literally hundreds of…
Castle of Light returns for a second year after a pandemic break.
Also entitled ‘Theology in Stone’, this talk explored the sheer richness of the inheritance of church archi
Led by Tracy A Franklin, a team of Broderers with Durham Cathedral have been industriously working through
In 1845 the new Scottish Poor Law established a funded medical service for the registered poor.