City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Summerhall to host its first ever festival event outwith the Fringe in June 2018

This June, Summerhall, in association with Nothing Ever Happens Here…, Synergy Concerts, National Museums Scotland, and Edinburgh International Film Festival, will hold Southern Exposure Summ

Edinburgh based early years theatre company Starcatchers take show to New York

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Scotland’s National Arts and Early Years Organisation, Starcatchers, that specialises in creating performances for babies, toddlers and young children and the adults who care for them, are creating a

Kendal Mountain Festival comes to Edinburgh

For the first time, Kendal Mountain Festival brings its Tour to Edinburgh with a night at Assembly Roxy on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

Blood Brothers, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Knowing the ending does not spoil the telling of the story that determine who you become in class-ridden Britain.

An Evening of Solidarity at The Bedlam Theatre


This Friday 9 March, The Edinburgh University Theatre Company presents We Need to Talk: An Evening of Solidarity a collection of anonymously submitted personal accounts of sexual assault and

Capital Theatres is new name for Festival City Theatres Trust

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From Thursday 1 March, Scotland’s largest independent theatre organisation, Festival City Theatres Trust, is changing its name to Capital Theatres.

Renewed Funding Pledged for Dementia Friendly Communities in Edinburgh Theatres

The Life Changes Trust, established in 2013 with a Lottery endowment to support improvements in the quality of life and inclusion of people affected by dementia and young people with experience of bei

Wildfire Theatre Begins Pioneering Programme at Traverse

Wildfire Theatre has landed and they’re on a mission.

Royal Scottish National Orchestra: Oundjian Conducts Bruckner Eight, Usher Hall, Review


With Peter Oundjian on his rostrum and Christian Blackshaw at the piano we heard the pompous opening of Mozart's Piano Concerto No 25.

Cirque Berserk, Festival Theatre, Review


Ladies and gentlemen, roll up! Roll up! Come and witness as the Cirque Berserk troupe unpack all of the ‘Big Top’ necessities onto the Festival Theatre stage.