Margaret Atwood is one of the acclaimed novelists taking part in the Hogarth Shakespeare project, a series of books that will see many of Shakespeare’s works re-imagined and retold.
A mother and daughter live on an island where they tend a herd of cows that belongs to the monks from the mainland Abbey.
The Festival City Theatres Trust, the registered charity that runs the Festival, the Studio on Potterrow and King’s Theatres in Edinburgh, officially launches a talent development initiative for emer
Khachaturian's Waltz from Masquerade with its oompah start was an inspired choice to open a concert of Russian music.
The Edinburgh Restaurant Festival, a ten day celebration of great places to eat and drink, is now in full swing until 16th October; over thirty bars and bistros, cafes and restaurants are taking part
Gently-men of Edinburgh, prepare your sweet tooth and hide your children as Caractacus Potts and his family return for another high flying, far-a-floating adventure to Vulgaria with everyone's favouri
Lock up your jewels and get your panto-head on early – Gangsta Granny’s in town!
How appropriate that a play first performed in Athens around 470 BC should be revived (nay, resurrected!) nearly 2500 years later in our capital city of Edinburgh, known as Athens of the North.
A hot topic in a cold climate.
Some good things have come out of the University of Ulster, as this reviewer can attest from some brief time spent there over three decades ago.