City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Edinburgh Book Festival: Helen Fitzgerald & Andrew Michael Hurley - Truth is a Bitter Medicine, Review

Helen Fitzgerald - author of 'The Exit'

The imaginative, invented world of fiction can often explore contemporary real life issues in a more profound and powerful manner than a factual report.

EIF 2015: The Mutter Virtuosi, Usher Hall, Review

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The Mutter Virtuosi was paying its first visit to the Edinburgh International Festival with a concert of string music that included a world premiere by Previn, the recently written Penderecki, and the

The Overcoat, Summerhall, Review


The Overcoat, Summerhall, Review

BRUSH Theatre



Spend a fun day with young Jenny and how she deals with missing her Dad!

17 Border Crossings, Summerhall, Fringe review

17 Border Crossings scene

Crossing a border can be an interesting experience – depending on the country you’re visiting – and in this one-man show Thaddeus Phillips recounts his memories of his border crossings throughout the

Feast, Zoo Sanctuary, Review

Feast by Clout Theatre credit Richard Davenport (4).JPG

Forget chicken supreme, this is Clout supreme!

EIF 2015: Max Richter – Recomposed/Memoryhouse, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Max Richter

A black-clad man sits centre stage playing harpsichord while the sound of wind and rain clawing at unseen windows murmurs somewhere in the distance.

Edinburgh Book Festival: Janice Galloway, Sex Life & Parenthood, Review

Janice Galloway

In the main Book Festival theatre the other night, a packed audience enjoyed listening to Janice Galloway in an illuminating conversation with the excellent presenter, Jackie McGlone.

We This Way, Summerhall, Review

We This Way

We are here to play a sort of game, there is no right or wrong, no win or lose, just the opportunity to explore.

Current Location, Summerhall, Review

Current Location - photo courtesy of Tegid Cartwright.

“As I wait for the dawn to break the memory of a place comes near.”

Paperwork 2, Fringe Venue 208 (Edinburgh Ski Club), Review

Study for Inversion - Sheila Chapman, as part of Paperwork 2

Just a short walk over from the major, well-established galleries up and down Dundas Street, do make your way to a hidden gem of a pop-up gallery at Fringe Venue 208 at 2 Howe Street.