The irrepressibly joyful Love Music Community Choir present a concert celebration of songs by songwriters with a gift for exquisite melody and rich storytelling, including music by Handel, Burt Bachar
Speaker: Dr Noelle Gallagher, Senior Lecturer in 18th Century British Literature, University of Manchester
Songs by legendary 1980s Manchester rock band James contrast with ancient music from Swedish fishwives, songs from the German cabaret tradition, and a ground-shaking, spirit-soaring hymn from the Amer
Whether it’s worn in celebration, in solidarity or in memory of a loved one, every daffodil tells a story, and this year, Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal is going on tour.
Inspired by St Andrew himself, ‘Fisherman’s Feast’ has received support through Scotland’s Winter Festivals to bring the Galilean fisherman’s story of strength and sociability to life at the Scottish
The pipes, the pipes are calling! Renowned piper Steven Blake and City of Edinburgh organist John Kitchen join 450 singers of all ages as they breathe life into iconic classical and pop, upturn ancient folk music and celebrate the legendary Scottish musical absurdist Ivor Cutler.
Bellies will bounce and beards fly when hundreds of Santas make their annual charity jog through Princes Street Gardens. The Santa run starts at around 1pm following a warm-up. The circuit around the gardens is around 2.5km, so even the most sleigh-bound Santa Claus shouldn't have too much of a problem.
Scottish Love in Action (SLA), the charity helping destitute children in India, hosts three "tartantastic" Guy Fawkes fireworks extravaganzas on Friday 2nd and Sunda
Communities across the Edinburgh region are to benefit from a £70,000 project to support groups tackling vital social issues.
From Thursday 1 March, Scotland’s largest independent theatre organisation, Festival City Theatres Trust, is changing its name to Capital Theatres.