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369 Remembered at Summerhall – Living by the Tide

At Summerhall until this weekend there is a fascinating memorial exhibition. Alan Watson comes from a long line of fishermen and seafarers. In the early 19th century,...

Edinburgh communities are ready for Fringe Days Out

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and Lothian have launched the 2019 Fringe Days Out scheme, providing Fringe vouchers and Lothian bus tickets to community groups and charities across Edinburgh. 31...

Breath in the Mythic Decay at Jupiter Artland – Daniel Lie: The Negative Years

I could smell the manure before I saw Daniel Lie’s remarkable work at Jupiter Artland. As I followed the scent up the sculpture park's drive I finally saw the small mountain...

Neither Wolf Nor Dog – a big film to be shown in small Edinburgh...

The success of Scottish director, Steven Lewis Simpson's adaptation of the bestselling novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog, defies logic - Hollywood logic that is. Produced and financed...

Get ready for Edinburgh Festival of Cycling 2019

The Edinburgh Festival of Cycling is now in its 7th year. It is something slightly different from all the other cultural festivals on offer - and you don't need to be...

What’s on this month? Leith Festival of course

A charitable organisation run by locals, Leith Festival is as much a tradition as it is a festival. For over a century, on the second Saturday in June, there has been a...
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Photography competition – Humans of the Walk

Scottish walking charity Paths for All is running a portrait photography competition this May and invites you to enter by sharing images and stories that capture what walking means to you.

At the Queen’s Hall in June – Lauren MacColl

Fiddler and composer Lauren MacColl is coming to the Queen's Hall next month with music from her album The Seer. This was commissioned by the Highland arts...

Team Scotland begins in Edinburgh to rally support for the Big Lunch

Team Scotland is just one of the four teams across the UK hitting the road on a 17-day mission to invite as many people as possible to join in The Big Lunch...

Summerhall 2019 – speaking out when something needs to be said

We spoke to Robert McDowell the owner of Summerhall this morning at the press launch of their 2019 Festival programme, but he was really more interested in talking about Brexit and...

Have a wild time on Unst

UNST SELF CATERING HOUSE IS A RARE FIND FOR SUMMER WILDLIFE WATCHERS!   The island of Unst in Shetland, the UK’s most northerly island, really comes into its...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2019 – People’s Gala

The People's Gala at the film festival this year will be the Jamie Adams drama Balance, Not Symmetry. Balance, Not Symmetry is a beautiful cinematic tribute to art,...
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