City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: music


Edinburgh's Christmas Spreads Across the City

Street of Light - George St

Edinburgh’s Christmas, the capital’s official Christmas programme, is spreading the drama and lights across the city centre this year.

Festival of Ian Smith: A Celebration of Death

This Autumn, Mischief La-Bas and Summerhall present a new festival with the theme of what ultimately affects us all – death.

Barry Steele and friends – the Roy Orbison Story, Brunton Theatre, Review

Barry Steele as Roy Orbison

It’s a brave man who decides to cover Roy Orbison the 1960s crooner who had such a distinctive voice and singing style. Barry Steele and his six-piece band make a brave stab at it.

Sunny Afternoon, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Garmon Rhys plays one of the Kinks

This is the backstage Kinks’ story. The band that made the Swinging London Mod scene of the 1960s their own.

Discover Dreams at the Scottish International Storytelling Festival

Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2016

Now in its 27th year, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival returns from 21 – 31 October 2016 with another vibrant programme of live story

Emerging Artists Calum Robertson and Juliette Philogène, Usher Hall, Review

Calum & Juliette.jpg

Edinburgh's clarinettist Calum Robertson was joined by Mauritius Island born pianist Juliette Philogène for the first of this season's Emerging Artists Series concerts.

Experience Nae Plans: Magic off-the-cuff music creation

Live Act of the Year 2015 Nominees, Nae Plans – top Scottish folk musicians Adam Sutherland and Hamish Napier – join forces once again to release ano

EIF 2016: Where You're Meant to Be, Review

Where You're Meant to Be - Aidan Moffat narrates

It took Paul Fegan three years to make ‘Where You’re Meant to Be’.

Video & Review: Edinburgh Festival's Opener Lights Up Deep Time

Deep Time at Edinburgh Castle

It's fair to say that geologist James Hutton (1726-1797) was a rock star of the Edinburgh Enlightenment.

North Berwick's "Fringe by the Sea" Returns For Ninth Year

In the midst of uncertainty, something to look forward to and celebrate is as much a necessity as a cause for joy.