City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


Simon Nieminski Organ Recital, St Cuthbert's, Review

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This was a fascinating recital, predominantly based on the works of Alfred Hollins, and also his contemporaries.

Catalpa, Paradise in The Vault, Review

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“Foolish man! Foolish foolish man! What I could have said was...What I should have said was...Why didn’t I just .. Show them...The pictures in my head...Why didn’t I – “

The Pie-Eyed Piper of Hamilton, George Square Studio 3, Review

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Òran Mór brings their weel kent Summer Panto to the Fringe. Oh yes they did! And full of bright, brash Glasgow cheek and swagger it is too.

Skins and Hoods, Institut français d’Écosse, Review

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To walk a mile in someone’s shoes is one thing but to share someone else’s skin is quite another.

Edinburgh Book Festival: Peter Pomerantsev; Adventures in Modern Russia

Peter Pomerantsev spent ten years working for TNT, the Russian television channel.

Edinburgh Book Festival: Iain Overton: Keeping Gun Crime in Your Sights

Iain Overton’s book ‘Gun, Baby, Gun’ investigates one of the most disturbing and frequently overlooked crisis of our times – the proliferation of guns in the modern world.

Raft, The Quaker Meeting House, Review

Raft - The Lab Group.

Birdsong and the sounds of the river accompany two sisters adrift from the modern world.

EIF 2015: Lo Real / Le Reel / The Real, Festival Theatre, Review

Lo Real / Le Réel /  The Real

Lo Real is an intense and uncomfortable theatrical experience that apparently does not appeal to everyone.

Hotel Paradiso, Pleasance, Review

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Welcome to the Hotel Paradiso!

The Colours of Kenny Roach, Space @ Niddry Street, Review

The Colours of Kenny Roach - Peppermint Muse.

Peppermint Muse is a theatre company staging classic adaptations and exciting new work.