City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Breathe, Traverse, Review

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Breathe is the first in a trilogy of dance duets created by Scottish based contemporary dance duo, White & Givan.

Hibs Win First Scottish Cup in 114 Years. Parade Today.

A victory parade is planned today for Hibs' historic Scottish Cup victory at Hampden Park over Rangers.

Blackout, Traverse Theatre, Review


Blackout traces the different stories of five alcoholics from their first drink to the last, and the terror of facing life ever-after when their usual coping mechanism is gone.

Women aged 16 - 26 sought to perform in the chorus of Lyceum’s The Suppliant Women

David Greig's inaugural season as Artistic Director of The Lyceum was recently announced and among the many highlights of Season 16/17 is The Suppliant Women, by Aesychlus in a new version by

2016 Made in Scotland Programme Unveiled

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The very beautiful space that is Edinburgh’s Dovecote Gallery today played host to this year’s launch of Made in Scotland Programme for the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

LEITHLATE16 Returns To The Walk with a Swagger


LeithLate returns to the Walk this summer with a jam-packed programme of mostly free exhibitions and events involving over 50 artists.

Annie 2016, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

The story of little orphan Annie is given a fresh relevance through a revamp that takes the edge off the sugar-coated ‘happy ever after’ by playing up the sour notes of poverty.

CATS 2016 Shortlist Announced - Another Fabulous Year for Scottish Theatre!

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CATS 2016 Shortlist Announced - Another Fabulous Year for Scottish Theatre!

Cole Porter Songbook Anniversary Gala, Usher Hall, Review

Cole Porter was a genius. A wit, a composer and a wonderful lyricist – his musicals include Kiss Me Kate and Anything Goes.

Scottish Ballet's Swan Lake, Theatre Royal Glasgow, Review

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This year, dance lovers can flock to see a diverse Bevy of Swans, or to use a more apt expression, a Lamentation of Swans appearing around the UK.