Over recent years, the multi-faceted Edinburgh Fringe has gained an international reputation for stand-up comedy, recitals by up-and-coming musicians, street performances and zany student theatre.
Following a £6million restoration project, Edinburgh’s beautiful Grade A listed building, Riddle’s Court near the top of the Royal Mile, will be transformed into an Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre v
The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) is marking Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018 by staging a major radical new festival of international performing arts, Futureproof, created by young people
On the CasaMara website is the story behind this family run Spanish Bistrot. Mara was brought up with a love and respect for Spanish food and her mother ruled the kitchen.
The 29th Edinburgh International Children’s Festival is set to break its sales record this year across all its audiences including families, schools and industry professionals with 87% of the festival
Companies and artists selected for the 10th year of Made in Scotland, a curated showcase of music, theatre and dance performed during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s greatest platform for c
Guests to the Orchestra’s Edinburgh rehearsal are free to attend, tweet, post film and take photos, to celebrate the partnership of the RSNO and departing Music Director Peter Oundjian
Scotland’s internationally acclaimed orchestra, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra today reveals the dynamic young conductor Maxim Emelyanychev as its next Principal Conductor.
The full programme for the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has now been released with around 121 new features, including 21 world premieres, from 48 countr
Edinburgh's independent arts venue, Summerhall, has some swinging summer surprises in store.
With just a week until the full programme launch for the 72nd Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), we’re getting a picture of some of
Scottish theatre company Cutting Edge Theatre is touring a new play this summer that sensitively explores questions of love and disability.
Pinter, one of England’s greatest modern playwrights, was also an outspoken social commentator and renowned for his witty put-downs.
Anatomy, based here in Edinburgh, produces art in the cabaret-style, bringing together a wide and wild variety of acts from across Scotland and beyond.
Last year’s Fringe hit Double Feature, by comedy writer Phil Differ, returns for a Scottish Summer Tour starring the King’s Theatre’s panto stalwarts, Andy Gray and Grant Stott.