Edinburgh Interactive Festival

‘They’re aa oot o step but oor Johnnie!’ So claims the old Scots saying as a proud mother watches a parade of soldiers who are all marching in time - except her son.

Welcome aboard a flight like no other.

A sense of both inclusion and looking beyond theatrical confines were the strong themes that came across today at the launch of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh’s new season under the artistic dir

In an increasingly digitalised world we are ironically becoming less and less connected. Relationships have been whittled down to a Facebook message, a follow or a swipe right on tinder.

Iain Macwhirter was, of course, a columnist for ‘The Herald’ long before the referendum on Scottish independence.

A series of free sessions for people interested in working in the video games industry.

Although Jules Massenet (1842-1912) is best known for his operas, Thaïs is not one that immediately comes to mind. That must now change.

The Edinburgh Interactive Festival has confirmed that gaming giant Nintendo has become a partner of this ye

The Edinburgh Interactive Festival continues to grow both in size and in stature with the 2008 program.

Where's the best place to people watch? Or to feel the sand between your toes? What's the best place to take the kids? Or best show to make plans for world domination? Prepare to tackle the Festival with these recommendations.