City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Poetry and storytelling


Mikey and Addie, Summerhall, Fringe Review

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Mikey and Addie first appeared in 2012 and was part of that year’s imaginate Festival (Read my review

Ivor Cutler celebrated on Radio 3

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An adaptation of the play The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler, originally produced in 2014 by Glasgow based theatre company Vanishing Point and the National Theatre of Scotland, has been adap

Brighton Fringe Bursary Winner Premieres Tale of Venezuela at Refugee Festival Scotland

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Over the course of a 50-minute show, travel through more than 25 years’ experience and see a canvas come to completion.

LEITHLATE16 Returns To The Walk with a Swagger

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LeithLate returns to the Walk this summer with a jam-packed programme of mostly free exhibitions and events involving over 50 artists.

TradTalk Explores Diverse Voices in Traditional Culture

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The ‘traditional arts’ are often referred to as ‘The Voice of the People’, but what do we mean by ‘the people’ and do they speak with one voice?

William Macmath: New Life for Forgotten Scottish Ballads

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A life’s work that had gone largely unnoticed. Now, 100 years on, it is inspiring audiences across Scotland.

TradFest Edinburgh · Dùn Èideann

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Launched in 2013, TradFest is Edinburgh’s main multi-arts festival dedicated to Scottish culture, traditional, Gaelic and folk arts.

Animal Magic at Folk Film Gathering

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A unique opportunity to see two landmark works of British social realism side by side on the big screen, alongside the opportunity to chat with the filmmakers, is available this weekend thanks to a sp

From Planting to Painting Trees: Puppet State Theatre Presents World Premiere of JRR Tolkien’s Leaf by Niggle

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Puppet State Theatre, the fantastic company behind the hugely successful stage adaptation of Jean Giono’s The Man Who Planted Trees, which has toured to sold out audiences for nine years, returns with

An Actor's Eye on Direction - Touring The Last Laugh

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Shauna MacDonald is an experienced actor across a range of productions, from Hollywood film (The Descent, The Mutant Chronicles) to major television drama (Taggart, State of Play, Spooks, Sea of Souls