The Edinburgh Short Film Festival bills itself as Edinburgh's accessible, friendly and eclectic short film festival.
It takes a certain type of person who wants to spend a couple of hours viewing pickled human organs and archaic tools for hacking up body parts.
Be part of your community! Edinburgh College’s Granton Campus is hosting a community day – a celebration of everything around the local Granton area.
The day is FREE to attend and open to all.
For the first time, Kendal Mountain Festival brings its Tour to Edinburgh with a night at Assembly Roxy on Wednesday 18th April 2018.
The Mini Maker Faire, first launched in Edinburgh in 2013, is "a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement".
At a ceremony held at the Scottish Parliament Garden Lobby on 7 December 2017 the five winners of the annual competition winners of the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards were announced.
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and the Festival City Theatres Trust, who manage the King’s and Festival Theatres and the Studio at Potterrow, have signed an agreement which will lead to a wide v
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
Edinburgh based theatre company Vision Mechanics has a history of creating impressive, other worldly performances in a fusion of aerial artistry, dance, shadow, sound and light.
Five schools from across Edinburgh come together to produce a collaboration of youth theatre from the best material Britain has to offer; a shakeup of Shakespeare.