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Preview – at The Royal Lyceum Theatre – A Number

I'm just not myself today... The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh presents - A Number - in partnership with Edinburgh International Science Festival. Bernard has spent 35 years believing he’s an only child, one of a kind, until...

Pleasance Date for Roddy Woomble

Scottish singer/songwriter Roddy Woomble will be playing at Edinburgh’s Pleasance on Friday 13th October as part an extensive run of UK dates for 2017 as he prepares to tour his latest solo outing 'The...

And the BAFTA goes to…the producer from Edinburgh!

Rebecca Morgan is a young film producer from Edinburgh, and on Sunday night she was at the BAFTAS as a nominee - and her short film won! That is to say Rebecca and her co-producer Caroline...

Finding their wild side at Scrambles

Youngsters joined in the adventure with Skye, the new hero character, and her mountain friends, Stag and Owl as Scrambles soft-play re-opened at EICA: Ratho after a major refurbishment.

Children go free at Jupiter Artland this weekend

Jupiter Artland may be offering a ray of sunshine to families this weekend. Jupiter Artland has had a consistent flux of rain during our opening season but when a hint of blue sky came out...

Elaine C Smith and Hardeep Singh Kohli to host election fundraiser

Comedians Elaine C Smith and Hardeep Singh Kohli will be joining Edinburgh East SNP later this month to raise funds for Tommy Sheppard’s Westminster electoral campaign. Attendees are invited to enjoy a sumptuous five star...

Hard Rock Rising 2013 – Interviews with the bands

Hard Rock Cafe's Hard Rock Rising, Global Battle of the Bands, started on Monday, and all involved agree that the standard of bands was immense. Monday's heat allowed The Goodyear, Creations Collide and Jim 'n...

The Lasses from Amsterdam live in Edinburgh

"A pearl in the crown of folk music", wrote Dutch music magazine OOR about their new album last month. Dutch duo The Lasses just released their third album of traditional songs and self-penned compositions after 5 years...

At Pleasance – expect octane fuelled performances!

The very brave Kate Copstick took to the task like a pro. Stand still and keep smiling. Nothing to it - oh except wear a basque and look great too! This all took place in...

Dancing for cancer charity

EDINBURGH YOUNGSTERS DANCE TO THE BEAT OF DNA COMPOSER FOR CANCER RESEARCH UK A group of talented young ballet dancers is set to take to the stage for a performance to a score by a...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Oriental Fan Dancing: whilst celebrating grace, delicacy and beauty, fan dancing is an exotic, fun way to relax, its changing rhythms and body positions helping to develop physical fitness and mental awareness. All ages...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 – THE DEATH HILARIOUS: THE SCUM ALWAYS RISES

Welsh, working-class firebrands The Death Hilarious bring their debut hour to the Edinburgh Fringe. The Scum Always Rises houses a parade of otherworldly souls as daft as they are dark, portrayed by a duo whose references range...
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