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Exhibition of Photographic Illusions opens today

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Mackie’s of Scotland are sponsoring MagicFest’s Now You See it, Now You Don’t – a photography exhibition at the Scottish Storytelling Centre that is free and open to the public from tomorrow 13 December 2018...

At Riddles Court – A talk with Annie Miller

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In the last Riddles Court  Conversations, a Talk and Conversation with Annie Miller will explore the idea of a Fairer Scotland with a Basic Income. Annie Miller, a former economics academic at Heriot-Watt University, and...

Friday in Edinburgh – what’s on today

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FRIDAY 20 JUNE 2014 Love in a Library: a pop-up opera in association with Edinburgh International Festival, featuring beautiful songs by Wagner, Schubert, Gerswhin, Schumann and Quilter.  11am, Oxgangs Library, Oxgangs Road North.  Free, no booking required. Leith...

Walking charity launches new award to get Scotland’s workforce moving

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A Scottish charity has launched a new accreditation that aims to reverse the trend of inactive workplaces. Paths for All has created the Walk at Work Award to reward employers across the country who are encouraging everyday...

Edinburgh Markets this weekend

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You may already  know about the Farmers Market on Castle Terrace, but there are also others in the city which offer a wide range of organic food. This is not a comprehensive list -...

Take a bath at the Sheraton Grand

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The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa has begun its multi-sensory bath experience, offering you a moment or two to relax even if you are a busy business traveller. While the hotel has its own spa,...

Edinburgh International Book Festival – Stuart David and Ian Rankin

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Belle and Sebastian, Scotland’s best-loved indie band, was founded by Stuart Murdoch and bass player Stuart David, recording albums such as Tigermilk. David left the band in 2000 to focus on side project Looper...

Leith Festival 10 -19 June 2011

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From today 10-19 June 2011, Leith will come alive with a celebration of its strong sense of community, colourful history and artistic residents. Leith Festival is a community arts festival with charitable status which showcases...

The Queen: Art and Image

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Whatever your feelings towards the monarchy are, one thing can be agreed on, the presence of Queen Elizabeth II has remained strong since her reign began in 1952. In 2012, the Queen will celebrate her...

Edinburgh Art Festival – Prepare to be dazzled

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Down in Leith Dazzle Ship Scotland has arrived. MV Fingal has been preserved by The Royal Yacht Britannia Trust. She was built in 1963 in Glasgow and worked as a support ship for the...

Try painting with Anthropologie next week

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Brush up on your painting skills at a dynamic artistic session led by contemporary artists Arran Rahimian & Jonathan Barber. Guests will learn, and practice different painting techniques as demonstrated by...

Come aboard the Santa Bus in the Grassmarket

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The Santa Bus arrives with free visits for kids, storytelling and a Winter Cafe. The Greater Grassmarket Business Improvement District (BID) will be home to Santa and his elves, who will arrive in Edinburgh on...
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