City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Beyond Edinburgh

‘Play Amnesty’ for female playwriting launched by Stellar Quines and Glasgow Women’s Library

Stellar Quines, an award winning Scottish theatre company that celebrates the energy, experience and perspective of women and the now 26 year old Glasgow Women’s Library, the only Accredited Museum i

Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow's annual international film festival launched in 2005 goes from strength to strength each year.

Aladdin, Brunton, Review

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We’ve not even had St Andrew’s Day but the panto season has begun and one of the first off the starting blocks is Musselburgh’s Brunton.

Children’s Author Michael Morpurgo to Receive Prestigious Award

The annual J M Barrie Award is presented by Action for Children’s Arts and is given to a children’s arts practitioner whose lifetime’s work has delighted children and will, in the opinion of the chari

Lammermuir Festival

Lammermuir Festival concert

Since the inaugural Lammermuir Festival in 2010, this annual festival of the arts brings together a fortnight of concerts, performed in the picturesque East Lothian region, outside of Edinburgh.

Cirque du Soleil has Glasgow as part of 2017 Varekai tour

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March 2017 sees the astounding Cirque du Soleil complete their first-ever UK arena tour of its signature production Varekai (sponsored by DHL) by performing at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro.

‘We’re here because we’re here’ - National Theatre of Scotland commemorates the centenary of the Battle of the Somme

Over a hundred volunteers led by the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) were part of a UK-wide event that took place on 1 July 2016, as a modern memorial to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Som

Edinburgh and Lothians represented at NTS Exchange 2016 international theatre festival

In July, over 100 young theatre makers aged from 16 -25 from Scotland, New Zealand and the USA will converge on Stirling’s Macrobert Arts Centre as part of National Theatre of Scotland’s Exchange 2016

Cinderella Pantomime, The Brunton, Review

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The well-known tale of Cinderella has been adapted in fine local style for this year’s Brunton Panto by Mark Cox, best known as tight-fisted Tam Mullen from Still Game.

The Box, The Brunton, Review


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