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National Galleries of Scotland Ends Association With BP Over Climate Emergency 

By edg - 2019-11-12 00:06:40
The National Galleries of Scotland has today announced that it is cutting its long-standing association with oil giant BP over the climate emergency.

Leith Theatre to Host Month-long Pianodrome "Resonancy"

By edg - 2019-11-11 20:08:54
Leith Theatre will host a month-long “Resonancy” of events with upcycled piano amphitheatre Pianodrome, starting tomorrow and running til Sunda

Buildings Across Edinburgh Light Up Red for Poppy Day

By edg - 2019-11-10 09:03:17
More than 120 buildings and landmarks across Scotland are lit up red this weekend to remember those who have been lost to war.

The French Film Festival is back in Edinburgh for the 27th year: 8th November to 15th December, 2019

By Vivien Devlin - 2019-11-07 14:53:36
The 27th edition of La Fete du Cinema UK kicks off in Edinburgh on 8th November and runs to 15th December as part of a movie road show across the UK.

Second Burns&Beyond Festival Gets Boost in the Year of the Rat

By edg - 2019-11-02 06:18:38
Once every 76 years an unusual alignment occurs: Burns Night and the Chinese New Year both fall on 25th January.

Edinburgh's Christmas 2019 Combines Commerce, Community and Church

By edg - 2019-10-19 10:22:12
Edinburgh’s Christmas programme is out. The official turning on of the Christmas Lights on 17th November between 3.30pm and 5pm gets things under way.

Multicultural Diwali to Bring Lights, Colour and Dance to Edinburgh Nights

By edg - 2019-10-17 19:17:14
Philippine dancing, African drumming, belly dancing, Cuban salsa and a Chinese lantern display are coming in most "culturally diverse" Edinburgh Diwali yet.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2019/2020 Packs the Parties In

By edg - 2019-10-10 06:15:38
The three-day Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Festival 2019/2020 embellishes the tried-and-tested formula with a mix of ceilidhs, concerts, and a&n

Scottish Chamber Orchestra and world-renowned composer Sir James MacMillan bring SCO Masterworks to Edinburgh

By Barnaby Miln - 2019-09-17 07:29:04
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s flagship project for upper secondary school music students has been in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Kilmarnock this month and culmin

Shall We Dance? – “The King and I” sweeps into the Playhouse Theatre.

By Kenneth Scott - 2019-09-17 07:29:04
A glittering production of “The King and I” is set to gild the Edinburgh Playhouse this October.

Breweries in Scotland are "Booming" says CAMRA

By edg - 2019-09-12 19:10:08
The brewing and pub scene across Scotland is booming, according to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Lives of Early New Lanark Inhabitants To Be Shared on Mill Buildings

By edg - 2019-09-10 08:37:08
New Lanark World Heritage site will be brightening Autumn evenings again this year by turning its 18th century mill buildings into canva

Floors Castle Returns With Food and Drink Festival

By edg - 2019-09-06 18:41:36
Bakers, artisan producers and assorted foodies are getting ready for the Great British Food Festival which comes to the stately home of Floors Castle, near Kelso, next weekend (

Edwyn Collins and Tide Lines to Play Burns&Beyond Festival Club in January

By edg - 2019-09-04 08:42:30
The Burns&Beyond Festival which had its inaugural year in January of this year will be returning in January 2020 with a Festival Club at the A

Festival Performance of Jarvis Cocker's MUST I EVOLVE? Released

By edg - 2019-08-30 21:25:03
Seven out of the twelve gigs in Edinburgh International Festival's contemporary music strand sold out this year, with a tota