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Art in Healthcare commissions new prints for Queensferry Crossing

Leading Scottish charity Art in Healthcare is to launch a newly commissioned limited edition print entitled South Tower Yellow Crane to mark the opening of the new Queensferry Crossing. All proceeds from the sales of the print will support the...

Grayson Perry at Dovecot Studios

The groundbreaking work of popular artist Grayson Perry will be the focus of a solo exhibition at Dovecot Studios this summer. 'Julie Cope's Grand Tour: The Story of Life' by Grayson...

Progressive rock band Frost* coming to the Liquid Rooms next Month

Progressive rock band Frost* will be appearing at the Liquid Rooms on Saturday 8th April. BAFTA nominated and Ivor Novello award winning songwriter Jem Godfrey formed the band in 2005 after 5 years of writing...

At the King’s – Abigail’s Party

At the King's Theatre 16-20 April 2019.  Directed by Sarah Esdaile. Re-awaken retro fondu memories as domestic hostesses turn desperate harpies. Cheesy becomes sleazy as semi-detached social mores become ever more fractured and raw in this classic...
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Witch Hunt

Following their 2018 award winning show Enter The Dragons, A&E Comedy’s Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards (‘a brilliantcomedy coupling’ Total Theatre) return with a spell-binding, surreal and darkly hilarious tale, directed...

Edinburgh Makar delights councillors with new poetry

The Scottish Capital’s new poet, the Edinburgh Makar, revealed her latest work on Thursday  at a meeting of the City of Edinburgh Council within the City Chambers Christine De Luca, who in May became the...

Fazenda – new restaurant really offers something different for Edinburgh

We have given you fair warning. Do not go to Fazenda unless you are really hungry! This is a very welcome addition to the Edinburgh restaurant scene but it is one that will require some...

The Edinburgh Reporter meets Edinburgh author Janice Cairns

Recently in Edinburgh we have been enjoying the tale of Alice in Wonderland which is playing at the Lyceum, and in January a musical adaptation called simply Wonderland starring Wendi Peters is also coming to The Playhouse. Perhaps it...

Hidden Door Festival – Sunday 29th May

Arriving to a sea of pink faces, that had obviously been laid bare for the sun to hit, I was engulfed by the chilled, artistic vibe of the Hidden Door Festival. It is a tremendous...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 REVIEW : bloominauschwitz*****

Leopold Bloom is stuck. Stuck in a book, stuck in a routine, stuck in the same clothes. He’s even stuck on the toilet. As the hero of James Joyce’s Ulysses, Bloom’s life is entirely a...

The Arts of Independence: Tradfest at Blackwell’s

As few can have failed to notice, in less than 5 months we'll have the opportunity to say yes or no to Scottish independence.  Debate is hotting up, and now Tradfest, the city's festival...

Letter from Scotland

We are now well into the Christmas spending spree. It seems to be the only thing which is driving the economy at the moment. The ghastly American tradition of “Black Friday” has come to...
The Edinburgh Reporter November 2019
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