To varying degrees, we all harbour the guilty secret of being fascinated by what goes on behind the closed doors of the rich or famous.
The Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh is to play host to world leaders in the cultural sector at the second International Culture Summit from 10-12 August 2014.
'White Christmas' is an opportunity to sit back and forget about festive arrangements and your troubles and indulge yourself in a musical oft repeated on the television from a bygone era (19
Erin, who has appeared with LYMMC and The Edinburgh Scout and Guide Gang Show joins the cast of 'White Christmas'She shares the role of 'Susan' with other girls from Paisley and the Borders.
A braw panto tale is spun out in style with this version of Sleeping Beauty.
This new unique exhibition opened at The Queens Gallery Palace of Holyrood last weekend (runs til 2 March 2014) it is a selection from the Royal Collection curated by Kate Heard.
As part of their fortieth anniversary celebrations, last night Robin Ticciati concluded his ambitious programme of performing Schumann’s symphonic cycle with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
More how high can you soar than how low can you go?!
This Thursday, more than one thousand children and young people will be taking over 30 museums across Scotland.
Balerno Theatre Company return to the Church Hill Theatre with their adaptation of Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, but this time with a large dollop of pantomime added in.
This is the trailer for the new stop motion film from Edinburgh filmmaker Walid Salhab, director of the acclaimed short film Bra-et Al Rouh.
He (or should that be "she") looks like someone who has had an unfortunate accident with a leaf-blower and a tub of glue. Or perhaps it's a character from a horror movie?
There is a thread running through Siobhán Nicholas’ play, Stella, that awkwardly stitches together a historical montage of events to reveal society’s changing attitude towards wo
Something Old Something New by David Hughes Dance was a quadruple bill that - as suggested by the title - harked back to Hughes’ good old days and looked forward to possibly even better days
Winner of a Fringe First Award at this year’s Edinburgh Festival, Feral is the latest production from Edinburgh-based company Tortoise in a Nutshell, in collaboration with Cumbernauld Theatre
As in previous years, government heritage agency Historic Scotland will be marking Scotland's national day, St Andrew's Day, by providing free tickets to 35 of it
Francois Sarhan’s Enough Already is a theatrical revolution. In this multi-arts/media revelation, each one of the many art forms employed, down to the last detail, matters decisively.
Last month Sutton Gallery showed an exhibition of exciting paintings by Philip Maltman - a distinctive change from familiar contemporary Scottish artists shown up and down Dundas Street.
2013 has been a significant year for Jamie Primrose with not just one, but two retrospective exhibitions.
The clicking of crickets and the howling of an ever increasing pack of coyotes are the backdrop to this cinematically portrayed American drama.