City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Drawer Boy, Brunton, Review

Drawer Boy play

Mull Theatre has re-staged its highly successful 2013 production of what is now a modern classic from Canadian writer, Michael Healy.

Grupo Corpo 2014, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

Sem Mim - Grupo Corpo in kilts and Celtic spirit

2015 will mark 40 years since the dance company, Grupo Corpo was founded by the Penderneiras family in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Family Fun this Hogmanay at the Brunton

Following its 2012 and 2013 Hogmanay celebrations, The Brunton is delighted to announce its Hogmanay celebrations in the Honest Toun for 2014.

The Voice Thief, Summerhall, Review

Welcome to the world of MIEVH – MacKenzie Institute for the Encouragement of Vocal Harmony

Holyrood Park Closed to Traffic For Bonfire Night

Holyrood Park will be closed tonight to vehicle traffic from 6pm to Midnight for Bonfire Night.

Nordic Fiddlers Bloc, Queen's Hall, Review

Nordic Fiddler's Bloc

Nordic Fiddlers Bloc embrace the traditions of Shetland, Norway and Denmark, in addition to music furth of these northern locations.

Flying with Swans, (A Play, A Pie and A Pint), Traverse, Review

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“Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures”.

Preview: 22nd French Film Festival Draws On An ‘Embarras de Richesses'

Scene from Gazelles, a romantic comedy  (Mona Achache)

The French Film Festival (La Fete Du Cinema) is a wonderful opportunity to see an inspiring, cultural collection of new French movies, many of which will not be shown on general release in Br

John Kitchen's Get Organised, Usher Hall, Review

Usher Hall Organ

John Kitchen told us that the lunchtime recital was titled 'To absent friends: Music for Remembrance in the week of the Festival of Storytelling and Remembrance' because All Soul's Day was just past a

St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Usher Hall, Review

Nikolai Lugansky, pianist with Russian National Orchestra

If the overture or the first work played in a concert sets the scene then Liadov's short Kikimora gave us a slow and sombre beginning - enough to remind us that we were hearing Russia's longest establ

Smokies,The Studio at the Festival Theatre, Review

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A story of fishers of men, but not as we know it!

Behind the Lines, National Library of Scotland, Review

The exhibition in the National Library of Scotland on George IV Bridge, tells the personal stories of the First World War and it does so extremely well.

Canongate celebrated at Storytelling Festival Finale

John Fee Book Sleeve

Sunday 2 November sees the Glorious Half-Mile to Holyrood – the Canongate – come to life with a free afternoon of story sessions, walks and tours, followed by the book launch of John Fee’s ‘Old Town T

Turn back the clock at Teviot Row House!

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A weekend of special events has been lined up by Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) and the University of Edinburgh Alumni office to mark the 125th anniversary of Teviot Row House.

Bondagers, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review

Bondagers cast

To describe Sue Glover’s ‘Bondagers’ as a classic of contemporary Scottish theatre is but to do it justice.

Barnum, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Circus skills of Barnum the Musical

‘The Show must go on’ was a maxim that P.T. Barnum and Brian Conley would probably share.

Crash, (A Play, A Pie and A Pint), Traverse, Review

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The collision of opposing worlds features in this arresting one-man play.

The Mousetrap, King's Theatre, Review

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Dame Agatha Christie is Queen of the ‘Murder Mystery’ genre, having created well- known detective characters such as Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot in a series of short stories.

Tales of a Grandson, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

Grandson

Mr. Cannon’s passion for all things historical is infectious, as he makes real the sort of magical history lesson you thought was only possible in your dreams.

Doug Allan: Freeze Frame – the Author’s Perspective

As part of Book Week Scotland, award-winning natural history photographer Doug Allan will be offering some unique personal insights into his exp

Institute, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Masculine mime with a mixed up message.