City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Dvorak New World Symphony, Usher Hall, Review

Last night’s concert at the Usher Hall was Robin Ticciati’s final concert as Principal Conductor of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

Winter Solstice, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Four trestle tables; some office chairs; scripts, highlighters, food and other debris scattered nonchalantly about. One might be forgiven for imagining they'd walked in on a readthrough.

Luminate, Scotland’s creative ageing organisation, takes a new turn

Now in its 6th successful , Scotland’s creative ageing festival, Luminate, has decided to move forward with a new approach.

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival 2018 programme unveiled

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Today at the National Museum of Scotland (NMS), the 29th Edinburgh International Children’s Festival (EICF) launched its exciting 2018 programme to the public, and it’s one that holds the promise of

Full Traverse 1 Programme for Festival 2018 Announced

The Traverse Theatre announces a full programme of five works for Traverse 1 for Festival 2018 including three world premieres, one UK and one Scottish premiere.

Edinburgh Passion Play Returns With a New Version for 2018

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This Easter weekend sees the return of the Edinburgh Passion Play that was first performed in Princes Street Gardens in 2005 and has become a regular event in the city.

Edinburgh International Festival 2018 Classical Music Preview

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There's an exciting programme of classical music for us in August. Here are my 2018 Edinburgh International Festival highlights.

Royal Lyceum Theatre announces Christmas show for 2018

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It may be approaching Spring, but Edinburgh still feels under the grip of Winter so thinking about a Christmas show is not as incongruous as it should be!

Royal Scottish National Orchestra: Søndergård Conducts Ein Heldenleben Usher Hall, Review

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The winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition in 2006 was the soloist for the second of Brahms' two piano concertos. Sunwook Kim was 18 and the first Asian winner of the prestigious award.

Three Sisters, Traverse Theatre, Review


Lung Ha, Scotland’s leading theatre company for people with a learning disability, highlights the humour and nihilism in a lyrical distillation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters.