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Being evacuated during wartime must have been an adventure for many children.
The well-known tale of Cinderella has been adapted in fine local style for this year’s Brunton Panto by Mark Cox, best known as tight-fisted Tam Mullen from Still Game.
Solving the Rubik’s Cube puzzle is a near impossible task in itself, never mind adding acrobatics into the equation.
They came to see Michael Ball, they got Mack Sennet. Best known for his singing, Michael Ball’s characterisation of Mack shows what an excellent actor and performer he is.
The Bunbury Company of Players have come to town! And they are bringing their revival of Oscar Wilde’s brilliant satire on Victorian hypocrisy The Importance of Being Earnest. What larks!
Jason Donovan made a flying visit to Edinburgh on a day that the U.K. was shrouded in fog.
RLS Day on 13 November 2015, Edinburgh’s annual celebration of one of its most famous authors Robert Louis Stevenson, is set for its largest programme yet
Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2015 - Release your Party Animal at this year's Festival, 30 December, 2015 - 1 January 2016
There was a sneak media preview today to reveal a few of the cultural events taking place in Edinburgh from 30th December, 2015 to 1st January, 2016 to celebrate the New Year.
One might imagine theatre has had its share of revolutionary moments, but most of its past is of incremental adjustments.
The hour-long Edinburgh to Tweedbank railway re-opened today.
Full Steam Ahead once again from Edinburgh to Tweedbank: The Borders Railway is re-launched after nearly 50 years.
At 8.45am on Sunday 6th September, 2015, an historic occasion took place with the return of a passenger train service from Edinburgh to Tweedbank in the Scottish Borders.
Comedian Bryony Kimmings today gave the official Fringe Central Opening Address, the third of its kind.
The annual Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is a spectacular show, part military part dance, that exceeds every one of the sixty five of past years.
This is Week Zero of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, as several dozen venues start to open up around the city from the Assembly Rooms to Zoo.
‘henni.photo’ is the simple title of the current exhibition of photography adorning the walls of ‘The Roamin Nose’ café on Eyre Place.
Go down into these woods and you’re sure of plenty of big surprises!
The Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) has announced a high profile array of performers for its Edinburgh International Festival Conversations this August, in pa