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Festival of Museums returns for eleventh year

Next weekend, 19-21 May, Museums across Edinburgh will open their doors celebrating Scotland’s culture. There will be over 140 events across three days in the biggest ever Festival of Museums. The venues across Edinburgh aim...

Film REVIEW – Short Term 12 (Destin Cretton, 2013)

  Independent cinema is comfortably placed in two categories: films that are quite something, and films that try hard to be something that they’re not. Thankfully, Destin Cretton’s Short Term 12 is a film that...

Northfield Community Centre taking action to help refugees

Are you concerned about the plight of refugees? Would you like to do something to help them? Here's how…. make an artwork and then come along to buy an artwork at a special event.The...

At the Scottish Arts Club – Bill Gillon Unwrapped – 2 May to 2...

The second retrospective exhibition of works by the famed Bill Gillon opens today 2 May 2018 at the Scottish Arts Club on Rutland Square with a preview event at 6.00pm and runs until 2...

Film Review – Silver Surfers Curry Favour

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, 2011 (12A) Director John Madden Screenplay Ol Parker (based on the novel by Deborah Moggach) Comedy/Drama 124 mins A senior ensemble cast lends some dignity, if not excessive credibility, to this predictable feel-good comedy/romance SAGA...

Exhibitions at the RSA

The Royal Scottish Academy is presenting two very different exhibitions this month. RSA New Works will present work by artists who have participated in the 2009 RSA Residencies Programme and will run...

COMPETITION – Win a family pass to The Scottish Seabird Centre

SUMMER SEASIDE SCIENCE AT THE SCOTTISH SEABIRD CENTRE   The multi-award winning visitor attraction, the Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick, is hosting a jam-packed programme for all ages during the summer featuring a ‘survival of the...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

WEDNESDAY  4TH FEBRUARY 2015 Centenary Choral Concert in aid of Poppy Scotland. Edinburgh Napier University Chamber Choir and soloists, directed by Michael Harris, present a re-creation of a charity concert originally given in 1915 by...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – The State versus John Hayes

C NOVA STUDIO 2   31 July - 26 August (excluding 12 August) time 21:50 (1hr) Ticket prices £8.50 - £10.50 / Concessions £6.50- £7.50 A Bearded Theatre Production: The State versus John Hayes: Written &...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Davey Connor Live! But Not In Your Living Room

Davey Connor Live! But Not In Your Living Room, Gilded Balloon Teviot, 31 July to 26 August 10:15pm, £9.50 (£8.50 concessions) This fast rising star has captured the attention of talent scouts at Universal who...
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