City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Alternative way to send a christmas message

If you've left the christmas cards too late and are looking for an alternative way to send a message you could always elf yourself and do an elfish jiggle for your friends:

New Road Bridge To Cross The Forth

Scottish Ministers are going ahead with a Forth Replacement Crossing at a cost of £3.25-£4.22 billion, it was announced today. It will be a cable-stayed bridge situated West of the existing road bridge.

2007 Likely To Be One of Warmest Years Ever

The recent climate conference in Bali, Indonesia may have left little in the way of concrete goals for greenhouse gas emissions reductions, but temperatures continue rising.

Weekly Comedy at the Pleasance 2008

The Cabaret Bar at the Pleasance is hosting comedy every Tuesday in early 2008. Shows are open to the public, with tickets costing £6 (£5 students)- available at the venue, doors are 7.30pm. Here's the line-up:

East Lothian Farm is Scotland's Best

Knowes farm shop, near East Linton, has been named as one of the winners in Scotland's Best Rural Retailer Awards 2007.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Review

As the first collaboration between Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1967, the musical "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" has had a colourful history.

Top Restaurants Get Slated


Edinburgh's Eighty Queen Street Bar and Restaurant set for revamp

Edinburgh's Eighty Queen Street Bar and Restaurant set for revamp

New owners, The Devil's Kitchen, to embrace traditional sophistication

Molly Sweeney Review

Deftly and delicately, Cara Kelly's Molly Sweeney introduces us to the world of sightlessness. As a young child deprived of visual sensation in her early days, Molly's father taught her recognition by touch and smell.

Monster Movie Gives Nessie Myth A Twist

A Hollywood fantasy, shot extensively in New Zealand, with English actors, gives the Loch Ness monster myth a new twist.