City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Heads Up, Traverse Theatre, Review

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The Beat poets (with Ginsberg at the helm), the Punk poets, Latino poets, Def poets and more, work to subvert, shift and shake the zone that is comfort, urgently experimenting - then and now - with mi

Mozart Coronation Mass, Queen's Hall, Review

The first piece on the Scottish Chamber Orchestra programme was Beethoven’s Corioloan overture with Richard Egarr as the guest conductor.

Titanic the Musical, (2017), Southern Light, King's Theatre, Review

Bruce J Ismay, Captain Smith and Thomas Andrews in Titanic the Musical, Southern Light

James Cameron’s epic movie, “Titanic” revolves around Leonardo and Kate's fictional doomed romance at sea to add Hollywood glamour to the worst maritime disaster in history.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (2017), Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Review


There often seems to be more young people who present as being “on the spectrum” than ever before.

Stan and Mabel, Assembly Rooms, Review

Stan and Mabel

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra annual fun Family Concert was held on Saturday in Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms.

A Life with the Beatles, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review


Who was the fifth Beatle? Brian Epstein, Derek Taylor, George Martin, Pete Best? Neil Aspinall, a childhood friend of Paul McCartney and George Harrison, has as much of a claim as anyone.

RSNO Rachmaninov’s Second Symphony, Usher Hall, Review

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John Whitener gives a very good pre-concert talk. He is the RSNO's Principal Tuba player.

Historic Scotland Sees Annual Visitors Hit 4 Million Mark For First Time

Edinburgh Castle's Crown Square

Historic Scotland, the agency that runs many of Scotland's historic sites, has recorded an unprecedented 4 million visitors over its current financial year.

The Winter’s Tale, Lyceum, Review

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Just when it seemed that Yuletide fripperies had disappeared for another year, the Lyceum curtain lifts to the sweet singing of In the Deep Mid Winter and the sight of a big, tastefully decor