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The Kingdom Choir need young Edinburgh singers for a concert in May

The Kingdom Choir shot to fame when they performed Stand by Me at the Royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan last year. Now they are on...

Edinburgh University graduate to chair museum charity

Kids in Museums – the foremost charity working with children and young people in museums and cultural attractions – has appointed Sandie Dawe MBE as the new Chair. Sandie has recently stepped down as chief...

Letter from Scotland

Oh dear, trouble on the railways.  We’ve just been told – by the newspapers of course – that Network Rail has managed to install overhead wires at the wrong height on parts of the...

Edinburgh’s Christmas launched today

It does seem like we have only just celebrated Halloween,but the organisers of Edinburgh's Christmas already have their plans well-formed for your entertainment throughout December. We were invited to the launch this morning to...

Powerful short film directed by Napier film lecturer

The stories of four females who had previously served sentences at HMPYOI Polmont have been brought to life through a powerful new short film. Directed by Paul Gray, programme leader for BA (Hons) Film at Edinburgh...

Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014: The Eight Week Countdown

In just under eight weeks time, the red carpet will be rolled out to welcome the return of the 68th Edinburgh's International Film Festival. As usual, we will be expecting film stars and filmmakers...

Getting out of Edinburgh – Lammermuir Festival – 1000 Airplanes on the Roof

The Lammermuir Festival is delighted to announce that David McKay will play the mysterious ‘M’ in Phillip Glass’s  highly anticipated science fiction music drama, ‘1000 Airplanes on the Roof’ at Concorde Hangar on Sunday...

“Save The Forest” with live music for the next month

The Forest Cafe, Edinburgh's independent arts and community centre, has been told it must leave its current premises at 3 Bristo Place by 31 August, in a letter received this week from the Trustees...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Magic Carpet: take a trip on the Magic Carpet to explore the fantastic things in the National Museum of Scotland. 25 minutes of stories, songs and activities for children aged 2-4 years and their...

Adam Holmes and The Embers along with Baskery coming to Edinburgh

Adam Holmes and The Embers along with Swedish all girl band Baskery will be appearing at Cabaret Voltaire in Edinburgh on 17 November. 27-year-old Edinburgh-born singer/songwriter Adam Holmes is one of the brightest rising stars...

Edinburgh Music Theatre presents – RENT 07 Apr 11

Hot on the heels of its highly successful production of Footloose,The Musical, at the Church Hill Theatre last Spring Edinburgh Music Theatre now presents, Rent, a rock opera based on Puccini’s La Boheme. Set in...

Review – The Glitch, Kung Fu Academy, Junebug & Dawn Coulshed

The intimate yet ample venue that is Sneaky Pete's hosted a fantastic sell-out night of fresh talent on Wednesday 25 January. I arrived just as Dawn Coulshed neared the end of her set, which was a shame as what I...
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