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History surrounds you at Garvock House

With the quirky touch of public rooms named after Shetland Ponies originally stabled in the nearby Stud on the estate, it is obvious that there is a great deal of history...

Marchmont House – a Home for Makers and Creators

Created in 1750 for the 3rd Earl of Marchmont, Marchmont House at Greenlaw in Berwickshire is less than an  hour by road from Edinburgh, and has to be one of the...

BBC’s ‘Adventure Show’ Looking for Climbers

On Friday 19th July, the BBC Adventure Show are looking to broadcast live from the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena and are looking for climbers to take part in the show.

Kylie at the Castle

Kylie is the second act to grace the Castle stage this summer. Here she is 'giein' it laldy' up on the Esplanade. She performed songs from her...

Free ceilidh dancing for all during August at Stramash

Fans of Scottish ceilidh dancing are being encouraged to head along to the DailyCeilidh at Stramash during the Fringe Festival. The popular Cowgate venue is throwing its...

Assembly Gardens open from today in George Square

Festival season kicks off in earnest today with the opening of Assembly Festival’s George Square Gardens. Vaudeville connoisseurs Speigelworld give a flavour of what’s to come with a taster from their...

Tattoo looking for musicians to work for food and lodging

The Musician's Union revealed earlier this week that the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo which is a complete sell-out during its entire run each summer, is looking for a new stage band...

At the RSE this summer – #CuriousRSE

The RSE has the most spectacular exterior on the corner of George Street and Hanover Street - and this summer there will be interesting things going on inside the building too....

All the fun of the fair at the Commie – book now

All the fun of the fair Join in all the fun of the fair but with a guarantee that you’ll stay dry, when you join in the Commie’s...

Juliet goes on ‘retreat’ – to Trump Turnberry

Let me tell you about my recent 24 hours of champagne, food, foraging, swordsmanship and, erm, carpet croquet with Donald Trump. Or, allow me to rephrase: courtesy...

At the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival on Tuesday

On Tuesday night 16 July 2019, as part of the EJBF, the Gil Scott-Heron Songbook is at Leith Depot at 8.00pm. Guitarist and vocalist Aki Remally plays...

Paul Weller at Edinburgh Castle

Paul Weller kicked off the Castle Concerts on a Thursday night which promised to be a rainy one but the weather turned out to be kind to the Modfather.
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