Professor Willy Maley and post-graduate student Kirsty Luck have edited one among the more valuable productions commemorating the Irish Rising of 1916.
In 1836 aged just twenty, Charlotte Brontë sent a sample of her poetry to the Poet Laureate, Robert Southey, who was far from encouraging:"Literature cannot be the business of a woman's life, and it o
The story of Johann Sebastian Bach’s St Mathew Passion is taken from Martin Luther’s German translation of chapters 26 and 27 of the Gospel of Matthew, a point in the bible which recounts Judas’ betra
Now tonight is one for the cultural socionomical history books, tonight of all nights, tonight and only tonight, Wednesday 11th March 2015 is what is known as Yokes Night!
There is something deeply ancestral about the effect of unaccompanied Scottish psalms on even the most secular of ears and indeed hearts.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival started with a bang!
When Akram’s mobile phone messes up his diary and erroneously shows his location as Berlin, he finds himself connected to ideas of memory, homeland and identity.
The sound is deafening as an Edinburgh-bound train rolls loudly across the Forth Rail Bridge.
Reviving his critically acclaimed Broadway production of The Glass Menagerie, John Tiffany turns his eyes away from the successes of his most recent west end production in turn of the Edinbur
We all struggle with internal conflicts, we all move to the edge of the emotional abyss from time to time.