Originally performed at the 1977 Edinburgh Fringe, John Godber’s Bouncers is a script that, much like its plastered players, can’t help but come back for more.
It took Paul Fegan three years to make ‘Where You’re Meant to Be’.
At the end of last year, a young father (Matt Coyne) entered the viral world of online with hilariously honest revelations on the reality of childbirth and the first three months of fatherhood.
There can’t be many people who have not heard of the phenomenal success of “The Girl on the Train” a psychological thriller by Paula Hawkins, the number one in UK hardback book chart for a record brea
We were left in no doubt that the eight guys around the twenty age mark were thoroughly enjoying themselves in a particularly well rehearsed performance of well known semi classical songs, a cappella,
What does a pianist do when he loses the use of his right arm, be it from wartime or illness?
The title of Iain Macwhirter’s event at the Edinburgh International Book Festival - ‘Scotland’s Democratic Revolution’ – had a dramatic tone, but whether dramatic upsets were the cause of the massive
In the beginning there was nothing, which exploded and the heart of the universe started to beat.
Declan was in complete command of his respectable-sized audience in the church space of St Columba's-by-the-Castle as he tuned his classical guitar.
Archaeologist and author Max Adams is at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to promote his most recent work, ‘In the Land of Giants’.