The streets are decked, the markets are open, and the skaters gliding in circles around the Melville Monument.
An intimate audience with Shakespeare’s patron, King James.
The Fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival are already in full swing and veterans of thrifty festivaling will have already been busy seeing shows and filling up diaries.
Blue smoke and green lights pervade the stage area as the seats fill up for The Pleasance Opening Gala. The lights quickly dim and the first act is up.
A unique opportunity to see two landmark works of British social realism side by side on the big screen, alongside the opportunity to chat with the filmmakers, is available this weekend thanks to a sp
Beam Theatre – one of Edinburgh’s newest companies who focus on collaboration to produce high-quality theatre in a non-professional capacity – present the Scottish premiere of a skewed view of sex and
Celebrated annually on Robert Burns’ birthday, 25 January, Burns Night gathers Scots around the world to pay tribute to the great poet’s life and works, and to Scottish culture.
This week marks the 5th RLSDay organised by Edinburgh City of Literature, so in celebration it's a week long event with 47 events taking place throughout
Jason Donovan made a flying visit to Edinburgh on a day that the U.K. was shrouded in fog.
The Greek myth of Prometheus is reworked into a series of poems at this year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival, performed by writer-actor Philip Knight and set to the haunting guitar of e
Michael Ball was in great form at the Playhouse promoting 'Mack & Mabel'.
Another festival - Edinburgh Guide's 18th festival - has officially drawn to a close marked by last night's explosive spectacle.
With her brand of magical and mythical storytelling, Xanthe Gresham Knight cuts across the lines between storytelling and theatre to showcase the female voice through time with a double debut at the @
Three dogs mean furrowed fur aplenty as the trio battle for scratches behind the ears amongst enchanted visitors at the Scottish Storytelling Centre.
The full programme for the 21st Edinburgh Mela launched today, offering its usual enticing mix of world music, dance, interactive craft sessions and a smorgasbord o
Seven years after its original inception, Donald Smith’s adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Scottish novel returns to the Scottish Storytelling Centre for two performances.
Starters served up in a scrap of brown paper, gorse from Arthur's Seat diffused into a mid-course nectar and the creamiest ice-lolly for dessert.
This quirky, pop-up feast from the brilliance of Kith and Kin, the recently formed duo Polly Higginson and Aimie Brown, who met whilst working at Edinburgh’s Gardener’s Cottage, brings all the art and surprise of a nature table to your plate and your doorstep.
The Consulate General of Japan in Edinburgh will again be running the painting competition, ‘Picture Japan’.
There are many variations on Scotland's national dish, the haggis.