Poetry and storytelling

Poetry and storytelling

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

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

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

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

In celebration of World Book Day, Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust launches an 11-day series of international poetry projections named City of Literature Poetry Projections on Constitution St

Heritage and genealogy are prominent aspects of modern culture, reflecting a widespread desire for a personal sense of belonging.

Celebrated annually on Robert Burns’ birthday, 25 January, Burns Night gathers Scots around the world to pay tribute to the great poet’s life and works, and to Scottish culture.

A traditional evening with a twist! Comas is fundraising yet again, this time whilst celebrating our glorious national poet, Robert Burns.

This week marks the 5th RLSDay organised by Edinburgh City of Literature, so in celebration it's a week long event with 47 events taking place throughout

A personal journey of discovery round WWI Dundee.