City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Fuel Shipped In As Grangemouth Strike Enters Second Day

The strike at the oil refinery in Grangemouth enters day two today. The strike has led to the unprecedented shutting off of the Forties pipeline, which provides a third of Britain's North Sea oil.

Time-lapse Brothers Release New Edinburgh Movie

The two brothers who had a YouTube hit with their time-lapse short film of Edinburgh entitled Koya Moments have released a new film using similar techniques to capture Edinburgh's

Edinburgh Zoo To Open World's Largest Chimpanzee Enclosure

Lorna Hughes with Budongo Trail Chimp

Edinburgh Zoo will be opening the largest chimpanzee enclosure in the world on Friday 2 May.

Documentaries Revealed For Edinburgh International Film Festival '08

Lynndie England – Private First Class 372nd MP Company

International Film Festival artistic director Hannah McGill has announced that the fest will showcase twenty-two documentary
features this year.

Trumpets and Raspberries Review

Trumpets & Raspberries

Nothing can be trickier or likely to split opinion than comedy. For people who love The Office there's another camp who equally enjoys Carry On while the nightmare of sitting through a Bill Bailey stand-up is unadulterated joy for another. This latest Lyceum production is sure to incite mixed emotions from its audience as it explores ludicrously chaotic humour.

Getting On Property Ladder "Hardest Struggle Ever"

Would-be first time buyers face the "hardest struggle ever" to get onto the property ladder in Scotland according to a new report from housing charity Shelter.

Nederlands Dans Theater 1 Review

Former artistic director of Nederlands Dans Theater for 25 years, Jiri Kylian remains an in-house choreographer and the programme began with his 1997 work Wings of Wax, inspired by the leg

EIFF Mirrorball Tickets On Sale

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (18-29 June 2008) put tickets for two events opening its Mirrorball strand on sale today.

Free Advice In Tracing Your Roots In Family History Week

Edinburgh Central Library

Edinburgh marks its first Family History Week by offering free, expert advice
for anyone looking to trace their family tree.

Dylan Thomas Drama To Open Edinburgh Film Festival

Keira Knightley in The Edge of Love

The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF)
announced today that John Maybury's drama set around the loves and life of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, The Edge of Love, will be the Opening Gala