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The Edinburgh International Book Festival ended tonight with the inaugural Fred Hood Memorial Lecture given by journalist and broadcaster John McCarthy

It is said to be a truism that there is a "crazy" (drunk, socially clueless, terminally rude, etc.) person on every bus. This seems borne out in this award winning one-man play by Ke

With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe comprising of well over 2,500 shows, it can be a daunting task trying to sift through ‘what’s hot’ and &ls

Ben Maier's one man show held downstairs at Fiddlers Elbow, Picardy Place, was a tour de force by this young man, covering his range of talents as an actor foremost, but also his

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is the special guest at the 2012 Edinburgh technology festival that takes its name from Alan Turing, the father of modern computing.

Many Fringe venues will be carrying the live broadcast of the Olympic Closing Ceremony from 9pm.

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

Here's a Fringe tip for you for an as yet undiscovered (free) show with potential.

The Cavalcade was a free event held at the Edinburgh Festival for almost thirty years. It would see performers from all the Edinburgh Festivals roll through Princes Street in the city centre in an annual procession at the beginning of August.

The Festival of Dangerous Ideas is a Scotland-wide series of events that "aims to re-establish the importance of dangerous ideas as agents of change in education - to shift the axis of what is possible."