City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Copland Appalachian Spring, Queen's Hall, Review

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Most of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s programme at last night’s performance featured twentieth century composers.

Slava’s Snowshow 2017, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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You are invited to retreat from the mundanity of adulthood, to be engulfed in Slava’s enchanting snowstorm, and to be avalanched into a state of childlike glee as Slava’s Snowshow returns to

Upcoming Exhibitions at Summerhall

Over the next few months Summerhall will be playing host to various exhibitions detailed below.

Captured State: New Art from Macedonia

For Second Month In A Row An Edinburgh Resident Scoops ERNIE Jackpot

An Edinburgh resident has won a million pound jackpot in November's Premium Bond draw, the second in as many months.

A Chance for the Words of Three Young Writers to Shine in the Sky

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This New Year’s Day marks the beginning of the Year of Young People 2018 and today, Edinburgh’s Hogmanay launches a new competition aimed at aspiring young wr

Duet for One, King's Theatre, Review

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Exquisite violin music resonates around the King’s theatre as the audience take their seats.

Klezmer Crossed With Spoken Word in Jewish, Palestinian & British Storylines

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Chai For All perform the Arts Council England-funded multi-narrative music and spoken word show this Saturday, 4th November at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh.

#71, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Review

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Actor and comedian Karen Dunbar made her name as part of the cast in late ‘90s comedy show Chewin the Fat where, as a young woman, she convincingly played Betty, the knee length knicker weari

A Time to Remember Absent Friends

Organisations across Edinburgh will be gathering together this week to remember loved ones who have died, as part of a Scotland-wide festival of storytelling and remembrance called To Absent Friends.

The Edinburgh Singers Fanfare, St Cuthbert’s, Review

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This was the first concert of the 65th season for The Edinburgh Singers and Vaughan Williams' O Clap Your Hands made for a strong and joyous start.