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Letter from Scotland #1

THINGS FALL APART IN MALAWI If we are busy digesting “earthquake” election results here in Scotland, spare a thought for our twin country in Africa. The long-waited general election in Malawi has descended into chaos....

Panto – Goldilocks and the Three Bears is at The King’s

Ah yes they're back. Allan Stewart, Andy Gray and Grant Stott will get them rolling in the aisles this winter with the biggest panto in Scotland. Gillian...

Enjoy Open Streets – tomorrow 1 December

Open Streets is when the streets are open to pedestrians and cyclists, but closed to vehicular traffic. And it is taking place tomorrow 1 December 2019! The...

January 2020 is a good month for watercolours in Edinburgh

In January 2020, National Galleries of Scotland will exhibit JMW Turner, RSW will present the 139th Open Annual exhibition at the RSA (on the Mound) and the Birch Tree Gallery on...

Christmas Makers’ Market 2019

At St Margaret House on London Road there will be a big event next month. The building has become a hub for all kinds of arts and crafters...

Touching Stitches at the University of Edinburgh Library

A remarkable archive of needlework that lay neglected in a cupboard for 50 years will be displayed at the University of Edinburgh over the next few months. The historic...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 – Spiders By Night

Nocturnal Anorakophobia?   Of all the choice night-time Edinburgh Fringe venues a theatre troupe could dream for, the recently beautifully restored South Side Surgeons' Hall has to be plot-curdlingly stage gold. Curating one of the World's most...

Balerno Inn to be ‘heart of the community’

Ben Watson was a former pupil of Balerno High School and he has returned to the village to open an addition to the eating options at the gateway to The Pentlands. The Ratho resident saw...

Edinburgh’s top five charity shops

Charity shops: you either love them or loathe them. If, like me, you are unable to walk past one of these treasure troves of possibility without a 'quick look' at the books...then the dresses...then...

Film Review: ‘Le Mans ’66’ ★★★★

A two and a half hours wonder of filmmaking tour de force. Direction:James MangoldScreenplay:Jez Butterworth, John-Henry Butterworth, Jason KellerCast:Matt Damon, Christian Bale, Caitriona Balfe, Noah Jupe, Tracy...

Send a Drink to a Friend Anywhere!

  It’s the time of the year for parties and celebrating the festivities in the pub. The work/office Christmas party season is in full swing and the season of goodwill may even extend to buying...

Spry – a new wine shop and bar open now on Haddington Place

Independent wine shop and bar pops up in capital You can now enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple at Edinburgh's latest independent wine bar and bottle shop,...
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