City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Loop, The Liquid Room, Review

Loop were a band that shone so very brightly before burning out after just three albums between 1986 and 1991.

Pianomime, Summerhall, Review

Pianomime poster

Will Pickvance has become a well established pianist and comic entertainer around Edinburgh, from his Summerhall Fringe show 2013, “Anatomy of the Piano”, to lunchtime concerts at St.

New Edinburgh Trams Branding Revealed

Transport for Edinburgh, the organisation that runs public transport in the capital, showed off its new

Anton and the Eye of Death, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review

Strange Town Young Company brings a subversive seasonal message delivered through its peripatetic hero, Anton.

It's a Wonderful Life - the musical, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Review

"It's A Wonderful Life" (Pitlochery Theatre) cast shot

The movie to define all festive entertainment, “It's a Wonderful Life”, Frank Capra’s classic 1946 black and white film starring James Stewart is always worth an annual viewing in December.

B Minor Mass, Queen's Hall, Review

Last night the audience was privy to a thrilling performance of Bach’s Mass in B minor.

Richard Demarco To Receive Edinburgh Award

Impressario, art advocate, co-founder of Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, entrepreneur, activist. Richard Demarco has been called many things.

Scottish Tree Huggers Still Hopeful of World Record

The famed wit, Samuel Johnson, once said in his travels in Scotland with friend James Boswell in the 1770s, that "A tree might be a show in Scotland as a horse in Venice."

Free Buses Return For Hogmanay Revellers in 2014

Lorraine Martin from Diageo and Sarah Boyd from Lothian Buses announce free buses at Hogmanay

Many Hogmanay revellers will be able to start 2014 with a free bus ride home or back to their Edinburgh accommodation.

The Selfish Giant, EFT, Review

Selfish Giant Wee Stories

A towering show from Wee Stories!

Wee Stories has once again scattered their magic over a classic tale and made it their own. This time it is Oscar Wilde’s salutary tale of The Selfish Giant.