Building on the success of our first two competitions, the Edinburgh Quartet are once again extending applications to the UK’s top music schools and conservatoires for their next ‘apprentice’.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has launched the fourth annual initiative to develop the talents of emerging UK-based composers, RSNO Composers’ Hub.
The winners and this year’s Scottish Arts Club Theatre Awards were announced on 20th August.
The Edinburgh Fringe can be a hard mistress/master. And after the initial exhilaration of the first week, the hard and bitter challenge of this entertainment industry cage fight can begin to bite.
History of Video Games is a pop-up gaming arcade where you can play old video games on the original machines, for an all-you-can-eat fee.
It takes a certain type of person who wants to spend a couple of hours viewing pickled human organs and archaic tools for hacking up body parts.
Imaginate, the national organisation in Scotland that promotes theatre and dance for children and young people and produces Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, has once again been awarded Cre
I took my two sons (5 and 9 years old) here for lunch after a visit to the Museum of Scotland.
This is a pleasant spot to stop on a warm summer’s day, with the Water of Leith running beneath you, with occasional passers-by on the river path.
Cafe Hub, Castlehill, will be a real Festival hub with its new Gin Terrace for alfresco drinks and Street Food
If you stand on Princes Street and look up at the majestic, architectural skyline of the Old Town, it is indeed a city of churches and cathedrals with dozens of slender, tall spires reaching up to the
Kids’ entertainment doesn’t come more vintage than the Victorian technology for furtively viewing far-off people and objects known as Camera Obscura
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and Parabola, in association with Edinburgh Trams, have unveiled a specially wrapped Fringe tram as part of a new partnership that aims to promote culture across
The 40th Edinburgh International Jazz and Blues Festival is officially underway and will get into full swing this weekend with its two headline free events
Communities across the Edinburgh region are to benefit from a £70,000 project to support groups tackling vital social issues.