City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


West Side Story, EFT, May 2009, Review 2

Magnificent music takes centre stage in this 50th anniversary production of the classic musical West Side Story - a wonderful night at the theatre for the orchestra's delivery of Bernste

Scottish Brass Haddington Concert

Brass will perform in St Mary’s Church, Haddington, on Saturday 16 May at 7.30

Review: Kim Edgar, Yvonne Lyon and David Ferrard (Ceilidh Culture 2009)

In the bright glow of evening sun coming through the three stained glass windows of the Lot, a former Kirk that is now the Grassmarket venue, there was already a warm and friendly atmosphere as the audience mingled and waited for the performance by Kim Edgar, Yvonne Lyon and David Ferrard.

Susan Boyle Made Cry Me A River Recording

A version of Cry Me A River sung by talent show contestant Susan Boyle has surfaced on the web. The over-night singing sensation from Blackburn, East Lothian, made the recording for a 1999 charity CD, Music For A Millennium Celebration, funded by Whitburn Community Council.

Review: Hello Dolly!

Musselburgh Amateur Musical Association (MAMA) has been producing musicals since 1951. Their production this year of Hello Dolly! (from the book by Michael Stewart, based on the play The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman) is another ambitious presentation.

Duran, Duran at the Castle

Duran, Duran

Edinburgh Castle Concerts and Historic Scotland present Duran Duran, performing at Edinburgh Castle on Thursday 16th July as part of the 2009 Edinburgh Castle Concert series.

Edinburgh International Festival Launches Programme

EIF 2009: Mabou Mines, Peter and Wendy

The 18th century Scottish Enlightenment, often harked back to as Edinburgh's golden age of intellectual and scientific accomplishment, is a central theme of this year's Edinburgh International Festival 2009 programme

World Music: Tunng with Tinariwen (trio)

The final line-up of three members of Tinariwen, collaborating with Tunng on this U.K.

Review: Dramatic Beethoven, Scottish Chamber Orchestra

James Ehnes, violinist

Thursday night's concert at the Queen's Hall got off to a robust start with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra playing Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Op 84, said to be inspired by his 'pure love' for Goethe's five act tragedy of the same name.

April Fools Festival

Big Red Door

te POOKa, Edinburgh performance
arts charity are hosting a two week long April Fools Festival at their home The Big Red Door
with acoustic music, cabaret, exhibitions, film
showings, clothes and