City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Education


Award Winning Playwright to Meet Edinburgh School Groups

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On Friday 7 October award-winning playwright, former teacher and Artistic Associate at the Lyric Hammersmith, Simon Stephens, who won Olivier and Tony awards for his adaptation for the National Theatr

Edinburgh Teens Showcased in Stirring Dale vN Marshall Exhibit

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Dale vN Marshall’s latest exhibition – I am not a child – aims to help to raise awareness of mental health in the young, drawing inspiration from his time painting and talking with teenagers in Edinbu

BBC's "Gardener's Question Time" Joins Botanic's Summer Party

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BBC Radio 4's popular gardening programme Gardener's Question Time will be recording its next show at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh's Summer Garden Party this afternoon.

New Initiative for Theatre in Scotland’s Schools Launched in Edinburgh

Theatre in Schools Scotland (TiSS) is a new initiative established to support and develop the provision of theatre in Scotland’s schools, with the ultimate aim of ensuring that every child in Scotland

Uncanny Valley, Edinburgh International Science Festival, Summerhall, Review

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What does it mean to be human? That’s a pretty big question for adults, never mind children.

Electric Automotive Adventures with Robert Llewellyn

Best known as the robot in sci-fi series Red Dwarf, but gaining increasing recognition for his electric vehicle channel on YouTube, Robert Llewellyn will be talking about all things EV.

2071: The World We'll Leave Our Grandchildren

Probably the most important talk that you can see at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, particularly in light of the recent Paris Agreement in December.

Edinburgh International Culture Summit

The inaugural Culture Summit was in 2012, as a forum for discussion about culture and how it relates to politics, society, economics and business.

Eclipse, Traverse Theatre, Review

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The powers that be appear to have a habit of diminishing the importance of arts education, fobbing off any strong willed creative attempting to open their eyes, before axing a substantial quantity of