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Morricone, Levi, and Derbyshire to Feature in Edinburgh Film Festival 2020 Retrospective "The Big Score"

By edg - 2019-11-20 20:48:31
Film composers Ennio Morricone, Mica Levi, and Delia Derbyshire will be featured in a 2020 retrospective at the Edinburgh In

Work Begins On Tram Line To Leith and Newhaven

By edg - 2019-11-18 10:16:50
Work begins today on the next phase of the Edinburgh Trams line connecting the waterfront at Leith and Newhaven to the current tram terminus at York Place in Edinburgh’s Ne

Edinburgh Trams Free For Hogmanay

By edg - 2019-11-18 11:18:14
Revellers this Hogmanay will be able to travel on Edinburgh Trams between the West End and Edinburgh Airport without buying a ticket home after ringing in 2020.

Light Night Celebrations Get Edinburgh's Christmas Underway

By edg - 2019-11-17 21:18:38
A crowd of around 12,000 people packed into the Royal Mile to get Edinburgh’s official Christmas festival underway with the annual

UK General Election 12 December, 2019: Edinburgh Candidates

By edg - 2019-11-16 22:55:40
The candidates standing in Edinburgh's five constituencies in the UK Parliamentary Election on 12 December have been announced.

Music, Lights, Santa Coming to Royal Mile This Weekend

By edg - 2019-11-17 10:17:37
Christmas is over a month away, but Edinburgh's official celebrations kick off on Sunday at 3.30pm with Light Night.

Controversial Christmas Market Gets Go-ahead 2 Days Before Opening Day

By edg - 2019-11-16 06:35:36
Building officers at Edinburgh City Council have given Edinburgh’s Christmas organisers Underbelly a building warrant for its

Port Edgar in South Queensferry to Host Free Outdoor Film Screening Weekend

By edg - 2019-11-16 22:20:54
The Edinburgh International Film Festival will be holding a weekend of free outdoor screenings at Port Edgar Marina in South Queensfe

National Galleries of Scotland Ends Association With BP Over Climate Emergency 

By edg - 2019-11-12 00:06:40
The National Galleries of Scotland has today announced that it is cutting its long-standing association with oil giant BP over the climate emergency.

Leith Theatre to Host Month-long Pianodrome "Resonancy"

By edg - 2019-11-11 20:08:54
Leith Theatre will host a month-long “Resonancy” of events with upcycled piano amphitheatre Pianodrome, starting tomorrow and running til Sunda

Buildings Across Edinburgh Light Up Red for Poppy Day

By edg - 2019-11-10 09:03:17
More than 120 buildings and landmarks across Scotland are lit up red this weekend to remember those who have been lost to war.

The French Film Festival is back in Edinburgh for the 27th year: 8th November to 15th December, 2019

By Vivien Devlin - 2019-11-07 14:53:36
The 27th edition of La Fete du Cinema UK kicks off in Edinburgh on 8th November and runs to 15th December as part of a movie road show across the UK.

Second Burns&Beyond Festival Gets Boost in the Year of the Rat

By edg - 2019-11-02 06:18:38
Once every 76 years an unusual alignment occurs: Burns Night and the Chinese New Year both fall on 25th January.

Edinburgh's Christmas 2019 Combines Commerce, Community and Church

By edg - 2019-10-19 10:22:12
Edinburgh’s Christmas programme is out. The official turning on of the Christmas Lights on 17th November between 3.30pm and 5pm gets things under way.

Multicultural Diwali to Bring Lights, Colour and Dance to Edinburgh Nights

By edg - 2019-10-17 19:17:14
Philippine dancing, African drumming, belly dancing, Cuban salsa and a Chinese lantern display are coming in most "culturally diverse" Edinburgh Diwali yet.