City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh International Science Festival

EISF: A Number, Lyceum, Review

Brian Ferguson and Peter Forbes in A Number. Photo credit-Aly Wight 2.jpg

We all know the disconcerting feeling of catching a surprise glimpse of yourself in an unexpected mirror, and for a split second thinking it was another person.

EISF: Girl in the Machine, Traverse Theatre, Review

Rosalind Sydney& Michael Dylan  in Girl in the Machine  image Mihaela Bodlovic  2.jpg

It’s a creepy enough experience to have your route tracked and asked opinions of some random café you happen to have passed or have lots of links appearing on your screen after some purchase or other.

EISF: Dr. Stirlingshire’s Discovery, RZSS Edinburgh Zoo, Review

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If you go down to the zoo today you’re sure of a big surprise.

EISF: Cosmonaut, Summerhall, Review


For this year’s Edinburgh International Science Festival (EISF), writer Francis Gallop has unearthed previously unknown stories around the post war space race for the Festiv

Jenna Watt’s Faslane Set to Tour

Following a multi award-winning run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Jenna Watt’s one woman performance of her work

A Strong Message of Looking Outwards from Lyceum’s New Artistic Director

04.David Greig, Artistic Director of The Lyceum. Photo credit - Aly  Wight.jpg

A sense of both inclusion and looking beyond theatrical confines were the strong themes that came across today at the launch of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh’s new season under the artistic dir

Scientist Chris Rapley Puts Climate Change Centre Stage

Chris Rapley

Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at the University College of London, was awarded the

Uncanny Valley, Edinburgh International Science Festival, Summerhall, Review

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What does it mean to be human? That’s a pretty big question for adults, never mind children.

How will we power the UK in the future?

The climate scientists tell us that we have to move to near zero green house gas emissions quickly to avoid calamitous climate change.