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
The Edinburgh International Science Festival has rebranded itself as "Edinburgh Science".
A new art project reflects on life in Wester Hailes, one of Edinburgh’s more deprived areas, in sound, images, film and original musical composition.
Assembly Festival, the multi-venue operator at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe founded in 1981, has announced the opening of applications for the 2019 Assembly Roxy Theatre (ART) Award.
Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday, 7th December) for a new six-day Edinburgh festival celebrating Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns.
Over the last 10 years, Strange Town has staged 124 productions, commissioned 98 original scripts and performed in a variety of spaces including thea
As this year’s panto season starts off, King’s Theatre Edinburgh announces Goldilocks and the Three Bears as the panto for 2019/20.
Acclaimed interpreter of 20th century repertoire, British pianist James Willshire marks the 100th anniversary of Claude Debussy’s death with the curation of a two-day Debussy Festival.
Inspired by St Andrew himself, ‘Fisherman’s Feast’ has received support through Scotland’s Winter Festivals to bring the Galilean fisherman’s story of strength and sociability to life at the Scottish
As the debate about Prime Minister's Brexit deal continues to rage, tomorrow Edinburgh will be hosting representatives from over 100 cities as part of the 3-day EUR
Barely have face paints been smeared off guisers’ faces, the last bit of grimaced pumpkin flesh been eaten in final bowl of soup and the last squib has been dampened, than Edinburgh has donned it
Around 15,000 people thronged along George Street yesterday to celebrate the start of Edinburgh’s Christmas Festival 2018 with
Sunday December 9 will see Summerhall into a Christmas extravaganza when it brings together over 70 vendors along with festive entertainment to put you in the spirit of the season.
For many, turning 80 years old would be an excuse to settle down at home for the quiet life.
A new design for Edinburgh’s George Street is on show from today at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre.