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Review – Enlightenment House – a play that really does what it says on...

Nicola Sturgeon had better watch out - her neighbours are listening to her conversations through the wall with the aid of a crystal glass. Yes, the inhabitants of The Georgian House on Charlotte Square...

Loony Dook 2019 – in pictures

And what a picture some of them were. The participants processed to the sea and then jumped in the River Forth. Yes it is madness, but with a good reason behind...

Cold Town House will be warm and inviting

Signature Pubs has just opened Cold Town House, a new bar and brewery opening in Edinburgh’s Grassmarket. Following a £4m investment, the former site of the Robertson Memorial...

Take a seat at Vue – a nice new comfortable recliner awaits you

Vue Ocean Terminal has recently undergone a major transformation. Every single standard seat has been replaced with a luxurious padded leather recliner, and the good news is that there is no increase in the price...

Dinosaurs arrive in Livingston!

Until Friday 16 August, The Centre is encouraging shoppers to get up close and personal with these spectacular creatures. To mark the dinosaurs' first visit to Livingston, there will be an...

Messages in six locations across Edinburgh

This year Underbelly for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay and the Edinburgh International Book Festival are realising the vision of six writers across six sites – Leith Library, Bongo Club in the Cowgate, The National Monument of Scotland on...

Edinburgh Fringe – Danny MacAskill debuts ‘Drop and Roll Live’

Danny MacAskill’s Drop & Roll Live is a main highlight of this year’s Underbelly Circus Hub programme and is set to astound Big Top audiences like never before.

Summer Sessions 2019 – CHVRCHES

Scottish synth-pop maestros CHVRCHES headlined the fourth night of Summer Sessions in Princes Street Gardens tonight. It is five years since their last performance in the capital, and this rounded off an...

New Zealanders presented with the Pooley Sword on final night of the Tattoo

The New Zealand Army Band was presented with the Pooley Sword at the final show of the 2019 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo - an honour given to the act that has...

Syrian Supper Club brings authentic Middle Eastern cuisine to Edinburgh

Edinburgh residents can now try out authentic Middle Eastern dishes prepared by members of Edinburgh's refugee community. The Syrian Supper Club offers attendees the chance to try their hand at making...
2019 panto will be Goldilocks

And the 2019 pantomime at The King’s will be……….

Goldilocks and the Three Bears. This year's pantomime just begins today, but already there are plans being made for next year's production. The panto will open on 30 November 2019 and the show will run...

Review: Caro Emerald *****

Photo: caroemerald.comI’m always surprised when people tell me they’ve never heard of Caro Emerald. Ask any of the delighted audience at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Saturday night and they will wax lyrical about...
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