City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh's Hogmanay Shows the World How to Party!

Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party  (credit Chris Watt)

Edinburgh's Hogmanay was selected by Patricia Shultz in her bucket list guide, "1000 Places to See Before you Die’ and is also the only festival to appear in t

Priscilla Queen of the Desert 2015, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Priscilla ain’t the only Queen in the desert, as three go gallus in Alice.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, King's Theatre, Review

Snow White at the King's Theatre (Gray, Stott, Stewart

Stalwarts of the annual King's panto serves up some Christmas comedy.

Forth Road Bridge Closed Til New Year Due to "Defective Steelwork"

The Forth Road Bridge is shut until the New Year for repairs following the discovery of defective steelwork in the last few weeks.

Family Portrait: The Scots Italians 1890-1940 Exhibition Celebrated in Fine Italian Style

On Wednesday 2nd December, a new exhibition opened at the National Records of Scotland putting on display a hitherto hidden archive about the Italian communit

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (2015), Lyceum, Review

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Susan Lucy, and Aslan

Being evacuated during wartime must have been an adventure for many children.

Cinderella Pantomime, The Brunton, Review

Cinderella at Brunton Theatre MED RES 09.jpg

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.

Circa's Beyond, Underbelly - Paradiso Spiegeltent, Review

Circa Beyond

Solving the Rubik’s Cube puzzle is a near impossible task in itself, never mind adding acrobatics into the equation.

Mack & Mabel, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Chichester Festival Theatre production of Mack and Mabel. Michael Ball (Mack).

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 Importance of Being Earnest, King’s Theatre, Review

Sian Phillips as Lady Bracknell

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!