After 4,000 cyclists rode on the Scottish parliament last year, cyclists of voting and non-voting age are being encouraged to ride again to spur the government into action on improving cycling infrast
As part of the celebrations of International Women’s Day, the Traverse was host to a series of short staged readings written by seven contemporary female writers.
The role of Women in Theatre in Scotland was the topic of discussion for the marking of the 2014 International Women’s Day held at the Traverse.
Impressario, art advocate, co-founder of Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, entrepreneur, activist. Richard Demarco has been called many things.
In 2012, 3000 cyclists, young and old, pedalled on the Scottish Parliament to call for safer cycling for everyone.
A special one-off charity screening of Even the Rain (Tambien la Lluvia), a 2010 Spanish drama film starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Luis Tosar at SYHA Edinburgh Central, with a guest appearance by
The deadline for Edinburgh City Council's Waste Action Grants, worth up up to £2,500, is drawing close.
It's easy to forget that many Chinese teenagers know nothing about the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989.
Amid concerns that she would be unable to leave Egypt due to the current political situation, eminent Egyptian writer Ahdaf Soueif has confirmed that she will be appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival in August.
Edinburgh's Lord Provost has written to the Burmese opposition leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to invite her to visit Scotland's Capital city as part of her stay in Britain this June.