The Edinburgh International Festival today launched its 2019 programme of dance, theatre, and music for this August.
Cinderella, Snow White, Hansel & Gretel... We all know a tale that features an evil stepmother with the viscous intention to cause their stepchildren misery and despair.
With the Edinburgh Art Festival firming up its Summer programme of shows it's a good time to survey the highlights of forthcoming National Galleries of Scotl
A free, outdoor photographic exhibition showing humankind's impact on our planet opened today outside the Scottish Parliament building.
Today marks the programme launch for the 30th edition of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival, produced by Imaginate, Scotland's national organisation promoting the development and
The Edinburgh International Film Festival has launched a new film competition called "Walk With Us" for Scotland-based filmmakers.
Documents believed to have been signed by Mary Queen of Scots have recently come to light at the Museum of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh City Council has given the green light for a plan to build 66 on-street EV charging points in 14 hubs across the city by 2020.
A new exhibition at Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood looks at the challenges of parenthood over the years.
Camera Obscura & World of Illusions have given their magical Mirror Maze a make-over.
The improv scene in Scotland has expanded exponentially, with Edinburgh being the center of the growth, producing some of Scotland's leading improvisers and troupes.
The first 14 shows of Assembly Festival's 2019 Fringe programme go on sale today, January 31st.
Early on-sale line-up shows include:
Imaginate, a year-round organisation supporting and developing theatre for young audiences, has announced a new programme in honour of its 30th anniversary year
The City of Edinburgh Council has completed submission documents for the Transient Visitor Levy (TVL), aka Tourist Tax, for Edinburgh.
The UK and Ireland tour of To Kill a Mockingbird has been cancelled due to exclusivity disputes, reveals a joint statement from Jonathan Church Productions, Curve Theatre, Leicester and Rege