The orchestra string section featured prominently in this diverse programme conducted by the energetic, flamboyant guest conductor Joseph Swensen.
The City of Edinburgh Council's recruitment committee has recommended Vic Emery as its preferred candidate for the position of combined chair for the boards of its wholly owned companies Transport
One of the most notorious characters in Scottish history will be setting up residence at Edinburgh Dungeon this February 12th as Edinburgh’s scariest attraction launches its new 2011 feature,
A dramatisation of poet Robert Burns' visit to Edinburgh shows the poet in a new light: but he comes off cynical and charmless.
Ditto is a musical performance that offers a child-like exploration of some rather deep philosophical questions surrounding the nature of sound.
It's Burns night. Few people have championed Scotland's Bard with quite the same passion as First Minister Alex Salmond.
If I take a moment to glance over my shoulder and follow my experiences with theatre literature down memory lane, there are two very clear milestones.
The Edinburgh Film Festival is truly getting a big shake-up whether it likes it or not. We knew funding would be an issue this year following the loss of a £1.9 million three-year grant from the UK Film Council.
If you can't make it Alloway in Ayrshire to see the new Burns Museum (entrance is free today) you can at least get a sense of the "man o' parts" in this tour of the museum by Director, Nat Edwards.
Anyone giving the Address to the Haggis on Burns Night next week might well be reaching into their sporran for their iPhone after the recent release of a new app with the complete works of poet Robert Burns.
Set on the urban waterfront “ in the shadow of the Bridge that faces New York", Arthur Miller’s 1950s powerful family drama, focuses on the boundaries between the individual and society, love and relationships, law and justice. In the role of narrator, a modern day Greek chorus, is Alfieri, an Italian-American lawyer who relates the story of a proud man’s tragic fall from grace, with astute, sensitive observation.
This is a revival of Scottish Ballet’s sparkling production, (premiered in 2005) which spruces up the nursery story with a flamboyant, fashionable makeover by artistic director Ashley Page and designer Antony McDonald.
Edinburgh City Council has given an unenthusiastic okay for the revised plans for £30 million expansion of Haymarket Station (Edinburgh's West End railway station). The project will see a new building extended out beyond the existing historic facade (see above), with a new concourse, 12 ticket gates, glass lifts, and a glass bridge across the track to the platforms. Work is expected to start next year and be completed by 2013 or early 2014.
Amazon is to create 950 jobs across two Scottish sites: 750 jobs at a fulfilment centre in Dunfermline, and an additional 200 posts at its existing fulfilment facility in Gourock, which packs and ship items for Amazon customers. The company is also expected to create a further 1,500 temporary jobs during peak periods.
Acclaimed judo veteran George Kerr, who was awarded the CBE in the recent New Year Honours list, has been announced as the fourth recipient of the prestigious Edinburgh Award.
Waverley Station’s Princes Street entrance will be closed from the beginning of next month as £7million construction work beings on rebuilding Waverley S
A thought-provoking exhibition at Edinburgh's Central Library opens tomorrow (Wed 12 January 2011), highlighting how Scotland's Capital city has responded to natural disasters occurring across the globe.