City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


Search is on for Perfect Princess for 3D Panto

The King's Theatre is on the look-out for the perfect princess for its christmas pantomime.

Edinburgh's First Business Improvement District Voted In

City centre businesses have voted to go ahead with an Edinburgh Business Improvement District (BID) - the first in the capital and the fifth such scheme in Scotland.

The Lion of Kabul

Children's theatre company Catherine Wheels have created a highly entertaining production with Gill Robertson's dramatisation of a true story.

James Bond Bound For Edinburgh

Casino Royale book cover

An exhibition that charts the development of Bond book artwork and design is coming to Edinburgh later this year. Bond Bound - Ian Fleming and the Art of Cover Design, which will be at the City Art Centre from the 5th July to September 14th, features book covers, film posters, letters and previously unseen archive material. Stretching back more than half a century, the covers provide revealing snapshots of shifting attitudes to sex, feminism and the changing international climate.

Edinburgh Airline Faces Prosecution Over Safety Breach

Edinburgh-based, budget airline Flyglobespan is to be prosecuted by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) for breach of safety regulations.

2008 Edinburgh Marathon FAQ

Did you know that this year's Edinburgh Marathon is going to be the biggest yet with entries doubling on last year from 5,770 to 13,558?

Searching for Scotland's Best Village

This competition for Scotland's best village is "not about beautification," but on how to sustain Scotland's rural communities, looking at People, the Environment, Business and Communicat

McLaren Animation Retrospective Comes to Edinburgh

The Stills Gallery will be hosting a retrospective screening, tomorrow at 7.30pm, of the work of acclaimed Scottish animator, Norman McLaren. Organised by Magic Lantern and The Drouth magazine, the screening was a sell-out in Glasgow.

The Wedding Singer Review

The Wedding Singer, showing at the Edinburgh Playhouse

In the world of showbiz entertainment, many a successful Broadway stage show has been adapted into a hit movie - The Sound of Music, Cabaret, Evita et al. With The Wedding Singer it's the reverse order.

Photo Competition Seeks Locals' "Natural Inspiration"

Scottish Natural Heritage, the organisation that monitors the health of Scotland's natural environment, is encouraging photographers of all ages and abilities to email them their nature photographs for a competition on the theme of "Natural Inspiration."

Turn Down the Volume In Noise Action Week

As part of Noise Action Week, City of Edinburgh Council staff will be helping people test the potential damage that their personal stereo might be having on their hearing at the