Scottish Chamber Orchestra and world-renowned composer Sir James MacMillan bring SCO Masterworks to Edinburgh
Sir James Macmillan
Barnaby Miln Mon, 16 Sep '19 12.12pm

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s flagship project for upper secondary school music students has been in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Kilmarnock this month and culminates in free concert

Shall We Dance? – “The King and I” sweeps into the Playhouse Theatre.
Jose Llana and Annalene Beechey at the King and I launch - credit Rob McDougall.
Kenneth Scott Sun, 15 Sep '19 8.45am

A glittering production of “The King and I” is set to gild the Edinburgh Playhouse this October.

Breweries in Scotland are "Booming" says CAMRA
Casks of real ale
edg Thu, 12 Sep '19 6.51pm

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
Shining Lives Projection
edg Tue, 10 Sep '19 8.17am

New Lanark World Heritage site will be brightening Autumn evenings again this year by turning its 18th century mill buildings into canvases for a historical

Floors Castle Returns With Food and Drink Festival
Floors Castle
edg Fri, 6 Sep '19 5.44pm

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 (14th and 15th Septem

Upcycling to Zero Waste on The Fringe

Submitted by edg on Mon, 5 Aug '19 3.26am
Caelan Mitchell-Bennett and Luch Reis in front of the Greenhouse Fringe venue

BoxedIn Theatre Company set themselves the goal of building a pop-up theatre using only reusable materials. The result is zero-waste venue The Greenhouse.

Kids Activities: Foxlake Adventures

Submitted by edg on Sun, 28 Jul '19 11.42pm
Foxlake seesaw obstacle

It's hard to believe that Edinburgh just experienced its hottest day ever with the rain pounding down as I write.