City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News: galleries


"Tranquil Destinations" by Jamie Primrose Evokes Calm Continental Journeys

Jamie Primrose, "Last Light on the Grand Canal, Venice"

At the Dundas Street Gallery this week, a new exhibition, “Tranquil Destinations”, by Jamie Primrose will take you on a sunny Continental journey.

Neon Project Will Show National Theatre of Scotland's Diverse Venues

Kelvinhall Subway Station  credit John G Moore.jpg

Celebrated Scottish photographer John G Moore has been commissioned by The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) for a new photography project that wi

Play About Artist Joan Eardley Set For Gallery Tour

A new play from Pennine based Heroica Theatre Company, Joan Eardley: A Private View, will premiere on May 5 at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art's Modern 2 gallery before setting of

LeithLate Announces Dates For 2017 Festival

LeithLate, that originated as a one-night event back in 2011, is still going strong 6 years later and now announces its dates for LeithLate17.

South African Landscape Artist Dazzles Senses

Winter Horizon by Natash Barnes at Alpha-Art

The debut exhibition in Scotland by Natasha Barnes, who flew in for the Private View on Friday 10 February from her home in South Africa.

Hidden Door Festival To Revitalise Leith Citadel Theatre

AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young strutted along its balcony.

Botanics Offers Frights as well as Light (One Night Only)

Botanic Lights (Unique Events)

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is adding an extra Halloween "fright night" on Monday 31st October for its popular Botanic Lights after-dark

New Space at FTE Dedicated to Exhibitions by Artists Living with Dementia

As part of the ongoing project to make the King’s and Festival Theatres dementia friendly communities, the exhibition space at The Studio, 22 Potterrow will be dedicated to exhibiting work by artists

Botanic Lights 2016, Royal Botanic Garden, Review

George Forrest appears in hologram form at the Chinese Hillside (courtesy RBGE & Unique Events)

As the skyline darkens, strange sounds and glimmering lights come from the Royal Botanic Garden.