City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Rock of Ages, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Rock of Ages Cast April 2019

Rock of Ages returns to Edinburgh, hair quaffed and ready to rock, with their classic love story, giving the middle finger to pretending to be anything more than a silly romp that enjoys mocking music

Matilda the Musical, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review


Over 30 years since its conception in Roald Dahl’s humble writing shed in Great Missenden, his marvellous tale of a magical girl and her mean and miserable minders has finally reached the massive stag

Scottish Stunt Cyclist Danny MacAskill to Debut Show at Fringe

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Freestyle stunt cyclist Danny MacAskill will debut his Drop and Roll Show Live at the Fringe this August.

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Pinchas Zukerman, Usher Hall, Review


The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performed this Sunday Classics concert at the Usher Hall and it was conducted by the world renowned versatile, virtuoso musician Pinchas Zukerman who has been the RPO’

Science Festival: Ice Man in a Warming World

Fjord and Glacier in East-Central Greenland (NASA)

When looking for signs of global warming, the melting of the world’s glaciers and ice sheets is often cited as the one of most glaring indicators.

Climate Change Leader Christiana Figueres Calls For "Stubborn Optimism"

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Christiana Figueres last night received the prestigious Edinburgh Medal at the Signet Library in Edinburgh with a rousing speech that urged “stubborn optimism” in th

Science Festival Director Amanda Tyndall Tackles Climate Change

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In the sphere of climate change, 19th century Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) is a giant.

Edinburgh Science Director: It's Not Technology Standing in the Way of Saving Planet Earth

Earth viewed from orbit on Apollo 8 - by William Anders, NASA

One of the events around climate change at the Edinburgh Science Festival (6-21 April) takes as its starting point the rallying cry "12 Years to Save the Planet".

(Can This Be) Home, Traverse Theatre, Review

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On the eve of the official “Brexit Day”, the palpable tension was cut aptly with (Can This Be) Home, a multimedia spoken word and music piece at the Traverse Theatre.

Local Hero, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review


How can you put a value on something that is priceless? How can you count the grains of sand upon a beach?

Take A Walk On The Weill Side, The VooDoo Rooms, Review


“Jenny” is seductress, hustler, immigrant, survivor.