In association with TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland), and with a programme led by Mairi McFadyen and Donald Smith, the Scottish Storytelling Centre hosts a series of discussions and works
Information has at last been released by Edinburgh City Council admitting that the tram project is going to run at an operating loss for the next fifteen years - which is a fact that the critics of
Today's article in The Scotsman promising the beleaguered citizens of Edinburgh "the tram by Christmas" might be seen by some more of a threat than a promise.
Oscar Wilde is renowned for his comedies of manners which observe and satirise the upper class lifestyle and strict etiquette of Victorian society.
This light comedy about an ageing matinee idol was written by Noel Coward as an autobiographical tour de force for himself.
Fireworks fans should look to the Edinburgh skyline tomorrow at 1pm.
Nothing’s more sure than change but when news that The Stag’s Head, an old Broughton Road pub that dates back to the 1890s, was to close there was a real air of sadness among its regula
Pope Francis has appointed Monsignor Leo Cushley as Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Andrews & Edinburgh.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s education and outreach department, SCO Connect, has started a new initiative, SCO VIBE, an exciting fusion orchestra open to young musicians aged 11-18 years
A team of gardeners, using 40,000 plants, took two months to create this year's animal themed floral clock marking the 100th anniversary of
"Take a Telegram, boy!" was the call.
The final two nights of Susan Boyle’s first concert tour around Scotland ended at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre on 12th and 13th July.
Up-and-coming speechless comedian Lost Voice Guy is set to take to one of Edinburgh's biggest stages at the Big Comedy Gala, alongside host The Boy with Tape on his Face.
‘Dreamboats & Petticoats’ becomes very much a ‘Wynters Tale’. The bonus tracks from pop idol Mark Wynter was the icing on an exceedingly good cake and a masterclass
At a breakfast briefing for the 33rd Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards Nica Burns, director of the Awards announced that Foster's will partner the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for another three yea
The National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street has a excellent schedule of events and exhibitions happening this August, showing that it will be pa
Between Monday 8 and Wednesday 24 July, the Life & Deaf Association will be travelling the length and breadth of the UK in their VW camper van, Heidi, to spread a positive message of deaf awareness an