Is Christopher Nolan's movie the stuff that dreams are made of?
Amateur theatre company HATS find Lanark author highly supportive of their new production of his "modern pantomime".
Norfolkline, the company that runs Edinburgh's local ferry connector to continental Europe, from Rosyth to Zeebrugge, has been taken over by DFDS.
House prices continue to rise in Edinburgh and the Lothians, supported by a historically low Bank of England base rate of 0.5%, unchanged since March 2009.
The 31st of July is the last day for aspiring and professional photographers to showcase their special shots of Scotland’s spectacular nature, as part of a contest run by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
The National Theatre of Scotland (NATS) is launching a nationwide search to find a piper for a touring production of the critically acclaimed production of Black Watch. Open auditions are being held in Glasgow on Friday 16th July 2010 at the The National Piping Centre from 12.30pm – 7.30pm.
The pioneering library at HMP Saughton (Edinburgh) has scooped a prestigious award in recognition for the life-changing impact it has on inmates.
Affectionately known as ‘the flying barn door’ due to its massive 8 foot wing span, Scotland's breeding population of white-tailed sea eagles continues to rise through a reintroduction programme that began on the west coast more than 30 years ago.
The Scottish Centre for the Moving Image (CMI) took another step forward in its development today with the announcement by Leslie Hills, Chair, CMI Board, of senior management appointments. Gavin Miller is appointed in the position of CEO and Graham Wallace as COO at the newly formed CMI with immediate effect.
Private landlords are being reminded by Edinburgh City Council to renew their registration in the coming months.
A.A. Milne’s belovèd children’s classic, Winnie- the- Pooh, was written in 1926 and has since been translated into many world languages including Breton, Frisian, Catalan and Scots. Following the success of his Scots version, James Robertson has gone on to produce a translation of Milne’s follow up book, The House at Pooh Corner, now with the beautifully assonant title, The Hoose at Pooh’s Neuk.
Dylan offers some of his highlights of the recently ended Edinburgh International Film Festival
Turner prize-winning artist, Richard Wright, unveiled his most "complex and ambitious" painting to date earlier this week.
With the dust settling and awards presented for this years Edinburgh International Film Festival, one important aspect of the event which can be somewhat overlooked is the annual retrospective. Instead of a more traditional focus on one particular film-maker, the 2010 EIFF programme presented an excellent overview of forgotten British cinema between 1967 and 1979.
The much-loved, Victorian baths at Glenogle Swim Centre re-open today following a major refurbishment.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s Trading Standards is warning people to be careful of “unscrupulous” companies who "may be trying to rip you off when buying your scrap gold".
The 2010 Michael Powell Award-winner for Best New British Feature is a story of supernatural self-help
Nick Whitfield's darkly, fanciful comedy Skeletons, about a couple of exorcists, has won the coveted Michael Powell Award for Best New British Feature Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Meanwhile, the deathly comedy Get Low, which stars Robert Duvall, who arranges his own funeral before dying, and Bill Murray as the funeral director, won the 2010 Standard Life Audience Award.
With the first few rows of the stalls removed to make way for tables and chairs, and the sight of concert goers taking their seats with drinks in their hands, this was going to be a much more relax