City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Walden, Electric City, Review


David Henry Thoreau’s (1817-62) book Walden is one that every American high school student knows.

Eclecticism Reigns in 70th Edinburgh International Film Festival Programme

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Kevin Smith, Kim Cattrall and Clancy Brown, appearing for a 4K version of the 30-year-old classic Highlander, are among the special guests at this year's 70th Edinburgh Internat

James and the Giant Peach, King's Theatre, Review

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Sell A Door Theatre Company presents a canty, if scanty, rendition of Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach.

Thon Man Molière ‘or Whit got him intae aw that bother…’, Lyceum, Review

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This last hurrah of the Lyceum’s 2016 Season brings the latest play from former Scots Makar and renowned translator of Molière, Liz Lochhead.

Hibs Win First Scottish Cup in 114 Years. Parade Today.

A victory parade is planned today for Hibs' historic Scottish Cup victory at Hampden Park over Rangers.

LEITHLATE16 Returns To The Walk with a Swagger


LeithLate returns to the Walk this summer with a jam-packed programme of mostly free exhibitions and events involving over 50 artists.

Scottish Ballet's Swan Lake, Theatre Royal Glasgow, Review

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This year, dance lovers can flock to see a diverse Bevy of Swans, or to use a more apt expression, a Lamentation of Swans appearing around the UK.

Galleries: The Scottish Endarkenment


‘The Scottish Endarkenment’ arrives at the Dovecote Gallery as an exhibition created (rather than curated) by Bill Hare and Andrew Patrizio of the University of Edi

Avenue Q (2016), King's Theatre, Review


What do you get when you put the educational premise and puppetry style of Sesame Street, a cynical yet insightful depiction of humanity and an ear-worming soundtrack onto the same stage?

A Midsummer Night's Dream and Henry V, King's Theatre, Review


This year, the 400th since the death of the world's most iconic literary mind, marks the first tour for gender blind company Merely Theatre with their Shakespearian double bill.