Education

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

Heriot-Watt university in Edinburgh marks the achievements of women on International Women’s Day in a conference with contributors from across the University community.

To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, the Festival Theatre announces it is hosting of a day of talks and performances from a group of prominent wo

Budding young artists have until Friday 04 March to submit their designs and be in with a chance of having their artwork featured as the official poster of the 2016 Fringe and have their work seen by

A section of the world’s biggest scientific experiment – the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – will be part of an interactive exhibition at Edinburgh’s Dynamic Earth star