Oxford-based, student-run Mercury Theatre in their most recent venture have decided to tackle male mental health with Numbers. All starts well, with the first scene focusing on Jack as he lists his achievements of which he is most proud. He speaks to empty chairs set up like a support group. This is the one and only time numbers are truly referenced in the play, as Jack counts how many beers he can down and how many bites it takes for him to swallow a Big Mac.
The Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland (TDFS) & The University of Edinburgh present ‘The Art of Treepling’, a mini festival of percussive dance in Scotland’s capital
Climate change will have a huge impact on health, via heat exposure and changes in distribution of vector-borne diseases such as malaria and in more complex ways such as impoverishment and population
Speaker: Dr Noelle Gallagher, Senior Lecturer in 18th Century British Literature, University of Manchester
Speaker: Professor John Henderson, Professor of Italian Renaissance History, University of London
A free, outdoor photographic exhibition showing humankind's impact on our planet opened today outside the Scottish Parliament building.
A 5km run (shorter than the 10-mile Great Scottish Run held in the Summer), the Great Edinburgh Winter Run is now a key event in the city's running calendar.
Luminate was created to address the issue of improving the quality of life of our ageing population.
Former First Minister of Scotland and ex-MP Alex Salmond kicked off his debut Fringe show yesterday with special guest, Conservative Brexit Secretary, David Davis MP.
This new lifestyle and fashion event, organised by Essential Edinburgh, takes place across the three floors of George Street's Royal Society building.