The Leith Festival is a community event for young and old with comedy, music, art, dance, a tattoo, and more.
As the names suggests, the annual "Mela" is a "festival" or "fair" with a South Asian flavour, but incorporating Scottish and international performances and artists for a multi-cultural flavoured mix. It was founded in 1995.
A free, unticketed event, the Torchlight Procession opens the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations by creating a "river of fire" through city streets. In 2012, the procession follows a new route starting at the Museum of Scotland and going down North Bridge, instead of starting in Parliament Square and going down the Mound.
There is something fishy going down at Fingers. New Town has become New York for a cabaret tale of a restaurant for recessionary times.
This is the story of Robert Johnson’s experience of working as a guide at Dachau, the Nazi concentration camp – a job that nobody aspires to.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival ended tonight with the inaugural Fred Hood Memorial Lecture given by journalist and broadcaster John McCarthy