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 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
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
A story of fishers of men, but not as we know it!
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.
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
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.
To describe Sue Glover’s ‘Bondagers’ as a classic of contemporary Scottish theatre is but to do it justice.
‘The Show must go on’ was a maxim that P.T. Barnum and Brian Conley would probably share.
The collision of opposing worlds features in this arresting one-man play.
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.
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.
As part of Book Week Scotland, award-winning natural history photographer Doug Allan will be offering some unique personal insights into his exp
Masculine mime with a mixed up message.
This was an out-of-the-ordinary Friday evening programme from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra if only because the overture, Beethoven's Overture to Fidelio, came after the interval.
I am having a weird altered states flashback to an evening in Sativa circa 1995. My states altered purely by the conflict between nostalgia and the aged reality both within and around me.
The programme spanned centuries and began with ‘Solfeggio’, an a cappella composition for a choir written in 1963 by the Estonian composer Arvo Part.
In the centre of Ottawa sits the large building that houses Canada's National Arts Centre. Built in 1969 there's car parking underneath for 950.
John Byrne’s version of Chekhov’s ‘Three Sisters’ re-locates the play to Dunoon in the 1960’s.
Life in a Scotch Sitting Room taken to new 18 storey heights.