City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Scottish National Party Wins Minority

The Scottish National Party have won a third term in the Scottish Parliament, but it will be a minority government.

The SNP won 63 seats - two short of what was needed for a majority.

Two Minute Manifesto, Traverse Theatre, Review

The ‘Two Minute Manifesto’ caravan came to a halt at the Traverse on the day of the Scottish Parliament elections.

Scottish and Thai designer-makers exhibit at Edinburgh’s Botanic Gardens

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The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is a leading international research organisation delivering knowledge, education and plant conservation action around the world and this May it will play host

TradTalk Explores Diverse Voices in Traditional Culture

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The ‘traditional arts’ are often referred to as ‘The Voice of the People’, but what do we mean by ‘the people’ and do they speak with one voice?

Scottish Election 2016 by Numbers

Candidates from all political parties are making a final push today, the eve of the Scottish Parliament Election 2016.

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

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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

Mary Poppins (2016), Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, Review

Zizi Strallen as Mary Poppins with the company performing Step in Time. (Photo credit Johan Persson)

There seems to be a dearth of originality by lyricists and composers these days when it comes to creating stage musicals.

Crash, Traverse Theatre, Review

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‘Money is power and freedom – who isn’t interested in that?’ asks Andy Duffy’s anonymous stock market trader.

William Macmath: New Life for Forgotten Scottish Ballads

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A life’s work that had gone largely unnoticed. Now, 100 years on, it is inspiring audiences across Scotland.

Children’s Festival Imaginate to be Awarded EU Funding

Beating off some fierce competition from over 400 organisations across Europe, renowned Scottish Children’s Festival Imaginate has won highly coveted funding fo