A charming love letter sent across generations.
When our narrator was seven years old his mother couldn’t think of anything worth living for.
What creeshie secrets does the red chair hold?
Detached amidst the crowd a girl stands on the underground platform.
Imagine an animal free menagerie; a memory man who forgets things and a vertigo suffering aerialist and you have Barry Bonaparte's travelling circus.
Welcome to “This is Your Mind”, an avant-garde game show that attempts to get into the heads of a boy a girl and a “mad” mother.
‘What ish my nation?’ is Captain Fluellen’s rhetorical demand in Shakespeare’s ‘Henry V’, his response being a catalogue of inadequacies equal to that of Renton in Irvine Welsh’s ‘Trainspotting’ when
Edinburgh Book Festival: Helen Fitzgerald & Andrew Michael Hurley - Truth is a Bitter Medicine, Review
The imaginative, invented world of fiction can often explore contemporary real life issues in a more profound and powerful manner than a factual report.
The Mutter Virtuosi was paying its first visit to the Edinburgh International Festival with a concert of string music that included a world premiere by Previn, the recently written Penderecki, and the
The Overcoat, Summerhall, Review
Spend a fun day with young Jenny and how she deals with missing her Dad!
Crossing a border can be an interesting experience – depending on the country you’re visiting – and in this one-man show Thaddeus Phillips recounts his memories of his border crossings throughout the
Forget chicken supreme, this is Clout supreme!
A black-clad man sits centre stage playing harpsichord while the sound of wind and rain clawing at unseen windows murmurs somewhere in the distance.
In the main Book Festival theatre the other night, a packed audience enjoyed listening to Janice Galloway in an illuminating conversation with the excellent presenter, Jackie McGlone.
We are here to play a sort of game, there is no right or wrong, no win or lose, just the opportunity to explore.
“As I wait for the dawn to break the memory of a place comes near.”
Just a short walk over from the major, well-established galleries up and down Dundas Street, do make your way to a hidden gem of a pop-up gallery at Fringe Venue 208 at 2 Howe Street.
Welcome to Jill’s cookery show, a world where butter wouldn’t melt, a place where food is the centre of our lives.
Roy Hattersley was introduced as someone who has been at every Edinburgh Book Festival since 1983 which is quite a record!
Situated in Old College, the Playfair Library is the most sumptuous environment for Rudolf Buchbinder to have chosen as his venue to perform Beethoven’s thirty-two solo piano sonata cycle.
It has been said that Alan Turing died while conducting a dangerous experiment - it was called, life.