Beyond Edinburgh

Outside Edinburgh

The Cirque is in town!  And it’s a circus with a mission “to invoke the imagination, provoke the senses and evoke the emotions of people around the world.”

One of Scotland's biggest rugby events, the Aberdeen Asset Management Melrose Sevens are set to take place for the 122nd time on Saturday 14th April with 24 teams competing from across the world at

Before the action begins, the empty Citizens theatre stage has a pile of furniture stacked at the back wall.

A new charity supporting the work of the Council-owned Lagganlia Centre for Outdoor Learning was launched earlier today at Edinburgh City Chambers.

The National Trust for Scotland’s Bannockburn Heritage Centre opens for visitors on 1 March 2012 for its final season.

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra  has announced details of its proposed move to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

The free bus service for revellers at the Edinburgh's Hogmanay events has been extended to include destinations beyond Edinburgh

Professor Tom Devine OBE FBA FRSE, one of Scotland's leading historians, will deliver this year's prestigious RSE Annual Christmas Lecture where he will explore puzzles of Scottish migration.

The town of St Andrews in Fife's annual St Andrew's Day festival spans several days with concerts, ceilidhs, and other events.

Occupy Edinburgh continues to camp out in St Andrew Square, the heart of Edinburgh's historic financial district. Participants are acting out of solidarity with the global Occupy movement which is seeking action on the iniquities caused by the bank bailouts and to stop the financial and ecological debt that is being diverted onto future generations.