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Considering that the financial success or failure of any show at Edinburgh's Festival Fringe can depend heavily on a producer's promotional skills, it's perhaps surprising that it has taken this lo
PR is the most important tool in the 21st century media toolbox, the one that can most effectively change the way people think, and a show coming to Edinburgh this summer aims to prove this c
To mark the opening of the Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) on Friday 13th, director Jonathan Mills was photographed on Calton Hill flying the flags of the man
“The largest arts festival in the world” today launched its largest programme yet. In spite of the economic downturn, the 64th Edinburgh Festival Fringe is bringing a total of 2,453 shows, 17% more than last year, to the Scottish capital.
Want to be in television? The Edinburgh International Television Festival is looking for participants in its scheme The Network, a free event in Edinburgh taking place over four days in August 2010 (from 26th to 29th).
The Traverse Theatre is leading the field in the 2009 Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS). The Trav scooped eleven of the nominations in seven of the ten award categories including two for the top award, Best Production.
A video of some incredible bicycle stunts around Edinburgh has become one of the most viewed clips on YouTube today.
James Murdoch, Chairman and Chief Executive, Europe and Asia, News Corporation, and Chairman of BSkyB, will give this year's MacTaggart Lecture at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.
might be in the midst of our coldest winter for 20 years, but Curry King Charan
Gill MBE is forecasting that on Thursday 7th May, Edinburgh will