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Free Admission to Edinburgh Castle on St Andrew's Day

Edinburgh Castle battlements

As in previous years, government heritage agency Historic Scotland will be marking Scotland's national day, St Andrew's Day, by providing free tickets to 35 of it

Enough Aready, Summerhall, Review

Francois Sarhan’s Enough Already is a theatrical revolution. In this multi-arts/media revelation, each one of the many art forms employed, down to the last detail, matters decisively.

Art Review: Paul Gell Watercolours at Sutton Gallery

Vases of Freesias in Purple and Yellow - Paul Gell

Last month Sutton Gallery showed an exhibition of exciting paintings by Philip Maltman - a distinctive change from familiar contemporary Scottish artists shown up and down Dundas Street.

Art Review: Reflections on a City - Jamie Primrose. 10th Anniversary exhibition

Snow Clouds over the Meadows, Jamie Primrose

2013 has been a significant year for Jamie Primrose with not just one, but two retrospective exhibitions.

True West, Citizens Theatre, Review

The clicking of crickets and the howling of an ever increasing pack of coyotes are the backdrop to this cinematically portrayed American drama.

Remembrance Day and Remembrance Sunday in Edinburgh 2013

This Sunday, many people will gather at remembrance services ahead of the two minute silence observed on Remembrance Day

Extremely Bad Dancing to Extremely French Music

This week the Traverse is hosting its fifth dance festival, showcasing five dance companies, on five consecutive nights, from across Scotland and the UK.

Film of the Week: Gravity

Sandra Bullock in Gravity

This is not a film, it’s an experience and it doesn’t just live up to the hype but in some ways exceeds it.

Fossil Free Europe Tour Brings Divestment Message To Edinburgh

Bill McKibben by Steve Liptay

The e-mail trailer for said "Time to make some noise" and followed this with the comment "On Sunday, we’ll start our tour across Northern Europe and kick off the loudest and mo

Dragon, Traverse Theatre, Review

Somehow, we easily forget how terrifying being a teenager was at times; ‘Dragon’ is a wise reminder of those experiences.