A two-year study into dream control, first launched at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, suggests that it's possible for people to create their perfect dream, and wake up feeling "happy an
The premiere of Black Coffee in December 1930 was reviewed in The Times:
Given that the people of Scotland will vote in a few months on whether they believe Scotland should be an independent country (or not)
Impressario and local ambassador for the arts Professor Richard Demarco was the seventh person to be honoured with the Edinburgh Award at City Chambers tonight.
Singh Kohli says this is his first time, but you can tell he's done it before... or something like it.
Puppet Animation Festival - Celebrating 30 years of the UK’s largest performing arts event for children
In 2014 between 29th March and 19th April, the Puppet Animation Festival celebrates 30 years of bringing magical family performances, workshops and films from award winning companies, to communities a
Arriving at the Edinburgh Playhouse on Wednesday night, it was like walking onto a Film set: Greenside Place had become Broadway with a tall Brownstone building, Stars and Stripe flags, Hot Dog van an
A worthy topic that fails to captivate.
An up close and personal dance with the devil.
The Edinburgh International Festival launched its programme at a press conference in Edinburgh today.
The Edinburgh International Festival announced its programme today. This short promotional video clip offers us a taste of the shows to come.
Still gallus after all these years!
The Edinburgh Art Festival today launched its programme for 2014, the 11th festival to date.
When EdinburghGuide.com started covering the Fringe festival at the beginning of the millennium, John Ritchie introduced a tongue-in-cheek, daily diary about a fictitious Fringe-goer called Fergie.
Later this month, Summerhall is hosting Messages from a Mental Institution by poet and award winning American playwright Lee Gershuny.
Mementos heavy with memory are the subject of this latest poignant promenade piece from Lung Ha.
It was with shock and sadness that I heard of the sudden death of John Ritchie on Saturday 8th March. He was 67.
Sex and the single (texting) digit! Johnny McKnight’s latest comedy deals fearlessly with the issue of lonely hearts (or in this case lonely beds) in the 21st century.
Does Gordon Brown Confess? Does he feel the need to do so? Should he?