City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Tabula Rasa, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Named for the album played constantly in one man's last days of fighting his losing battle with cancer, Tabula Rasa is mystical gig theatre, an imagining of humanity's negotiation between life and dea

BalletBoyz: Fourteen Days, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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In the creation of BalletBoyz new production four choreographers and four composers were teamed up and given 14 days to collaborate on a new piece under the common concept of balance/imbalance.

Serene Expressions - a painterly tour around Edinburgh with Jamie Primrose, Exhibition review

Winter Sunset Reflections on St. Margaret's Loch, Jamie Primrose

At the Dundas Street Gallery this week, take a virtual reality tour around Edinburgh to view the classic architecture of the Old Town, climb Arthur’s Seat, stroll through the Meadows and along the sho

Copland Appalachian Spring, Queen's Hall, Review

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Most of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s programme at last night’s performance featured twentieth century composers.

Slava’s Snowshow 2017, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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You are invited to retreat from the mundanity of adulthood, to be engulfed in Slava’s enchanting snowstorm, and to be avalanched into a state of childlike glee as Slava’s Snowshow returns to

Upcoming Exhibitions at Summerhall

Over the next few months Summerhall will be playing host to various exhibitions detailed below.

Captured State: New Art from Macedonia

For Second Month In A Row An Edinburgh Resident Scoops ERNIE Jackpot

An Edinburgh resident has won a million pound jackpot in November's Premium Bond draw, the second in as many months.

A Chance for the Words of Three Young Writers to Shine in the Sky

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This New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Year of Young People 2018 and today, Edinburgh’s Hogmanay launches a new competition aimed at aspiring young wr

Duet for One, King's Theatre, Review

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Exquisite violin music resonates around the King’s theatre as the audience take their seats.

Klezmer Crossed With Spoken Word in Jewish, Palestinian & British Storylines

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Chai For All perform the Arts Council England-funded multi-narrative music and spoken word show this Saturday, 4th November at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh.