This Autumn, Mischief La-Bas and Summerhall present a new festival with the theme of what ultimately affects us all – death.
It is hardly exaggeration to suggest ‘The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil’ changed Scottish theatre, and indeed Scotland forever.
It’s a brave man who decides to cover Roy Orbison the 1960s crooner who had such a distinctive voice and singing style. Barry Steele and his six-piece band make a brave stab at it.
This is the backstage Kinks’ story. The band that made the Swinging London Mod scene of the 1960s their own.
Now in its 27th year, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival returns from 21 – 31 October 2016 with another vibrant programme of live story
Edinburgh's clarinettist Calum Robertson was joined by Mauritius Island born pianist Juliette Philogène for the first of this season's Emerging Artists Series concerts.
Kate Summerscale became a best selling author with “The Suspicions of Mr Whicher”, about the scandalous real life murder of a child at Road Hill House, Wiltshire in 1860.
Paul Mason, appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to promote the paperback edition of his book ‘Postcapitalism, a Guide to Our Future’, proved as trenchant as ever in his comments on
The Edinburgh International Festival has raked in £4.2 million in income from ticket sales for the first time since it was launched in 1947.