Inspired by the true wartime stories of her grandmother in Paris, Caroline Horton wrote her one woman play, “You’re Not Like the Other Girls, Chrissie” for which she won the Best
It is very hard to see 4.48 Psychosis solely as a play. It is, and always has been, so much more than that. I wish that it weren’t.
Parking in the city centre will be free from 5pm during this Summer's Edinburgh Festivals, from 6 August until 1 September.
Princes Street, west of Waverley Bridge, including the Mound, is set to re-open to buses, cycles and taxis by the end of the month.
Overworked or overstressed? Nature charity the Woodland Trust has a potential cure for you. The Trust is suggesting people take a relaxing walk in the woods to enjoy bluebell season.
Last month, the Lord Provost's Charity Banquet raised a total of £28,514 for two nominated charities. Today heads of the two charities, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh's Hamlin Fistula Appeal and The Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust, received their cheques from the Lord Provost at Edinburgh City Chambers.
To celebrate World Asthma Day on May 1st 2012 the Edinburgh Salt Cave is having an open day where anybody can come along and try out the treatment completely free of charge.
The recently refurbished Scottish National Portrait Gallery (SNPG) is unveiling a self-portait by leading Scottish contemporary artist Alison Watt. Painted whilst she was ill, it shows Watt with her right hand across her forehead.
For those that run around Inverleith Park, or walk their dog there, you might have noticed some interesting additions along your route.
The slow, plinky-plonk, whistling music, that sounded like the background to a light-hearted French film, wafted through the theatre, adding irony to the deeply moving subject matter that was about