City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Special Arrangements at Waverley Station For Calcutta Cup

Waverley Station - Area Plan

Thousands of rugby fans are expected to arrive in the Capital this weekend to watch hosts Scotland take on England in a sold-out Calcutta Cup

Hotel de Rive, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

Hotel de Rive

In placing experimental work at the heart of its programme, particularly performances combining hybrids of form, the Manipulate Festival is always strongly flavoured with the strange and unusual.

Rantin, Summerhall, Review

A version of ‘Both Sides of Tweed’, Dick Gaughan’s song of mutual English-Scottish respect prefaced ‘Rantin’, thus promising well for this piece, self-identified as ‘ceilidh-theatre’, deliberately set

SCO's 40th Birthday Concert, Usher Hall, Review

SCO's 40th Birthday concert bow

This week the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is celebrating its 40th birthday.

Edinburgh Festival Photographer Competition Launched

The Edinburgh International Festival is looking for a new official Festival Photographer for 2014.

Priit Parn doublebill and Q&A, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

Priit Parn's Divers in the Rain

The Manipulate Festival continued on Wednesday night with a doublebill from Priit Pärn.

Scrapyard and Unhinged Double Bill, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

Paper Doll Militia

Manipulate is already at the mid-point of its Edinburgh run and the Traverse is buzzing and enjoying a packed house for this Double Bill.

Torn, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

Torn - at manipulate 2014

A brand new take on an age old theme.

It's Such a Beautiful Day, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

It's Such A Beautiful Day (frame)

The Traverse Theatre has been host to the annual manipulate Festival for six of its seven year existence and Monday night saw it kicked off again in great style in the Traverse Bar.

Seas of Organillo, manipulate Festival 2014, Review

Seas of Organillo with Stephen Mottram

The annual manipulate Festival of puppetry and animation aims "to entertain, intrigue and inspire” and certainly Seas of Organillo did just that.