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This is a must see. Even the lovely photos that we have here cannot possibly bring you the size, the majesty and the detail of the artworks which Raqib Shaw exhibits in Edinburgh until 28 October 2018. It is also part of Edinburgh Art Festival which runs until 27 August 2018. Look out for news on Twitter by searching for...
Paloma Faith the English singer and songwriter rocked Edinburgh Summer Sessions last night. Faith took her audience on a journey through her career, performing classics such as ‘Only Love Can Hurt Like This’, ‘Crybaby’ and ‘Picking Up The Pieces’. There are two shows left in the Summer Sessions series. Kasabian will play to a sell-out crowd this evening and Brian Wilson...
‘Having a learning disability is no barrier to creating theatre that is thought provoking, enjoyable and accessible to everyone’ (Susan Wallin MBE, Artistic Director, Side by Side Theatre) In William Shakespeare’s As You Like It dukes, courtiers and country folk run around in the Forest of Arden, falling in and out of love and trying to find one another (or...
Judy Murray OBE will take part in the Edinburgh Kiltwalk next month raising funds for her own charity, the Judy Murray Foundation, which brings tennis to rural and disadvantaged areas in Scotland. Every pound and penny raised by Judy, and every other participant, will receive a 40% funding boost from The Hunter Foundation, thanks to funds raised at the recent...
Two more players have committed to Murrayfield Racers squad, both of them travelling considerable distances to be part of the new ice hockey era. Kirkcaldy-born defenceman Scott Geddes joins after playing for Dundee Tigers in recent seasons and forward Daniel Abercrombie has been recruited from Solway Sharks. Both men have played under-age international hockey for Scotland and are keen to develop...
SGB Championship: Edinburgh Monarchs 54, Sheffield Tigers 36; Scunthorpe Scorpions 45, Berwick Bandits 45 Edinburgh: Ricky Wells 9, Victor Palovaara 7, Josh Pickering 4, Richie Worrall 15, Eric Riss 13, William Lawson 2, Joel Anderson 4 Sheffield: Mason Campton 2, Todd Kurtz 6, Kasper Andersen 13, Broc Nicol 1, Kyle Howarth 4, Joe Lawlor 0, James Shanes 10 Richie Worrall top scored...
The capital's new bike hire scheme will cost as little as £1.50 for one journey when it goes live. These prices are in line with other schemes in the UK, and it is hoped that they will attract users. Operators Serco will launch the scheme with an initial 200 cobalt blue bikes in September. There will be 3 ways to...
Dan Lees and Neil Frost take you back to school for a very abridged and extremely silly history lesson. The Establishment return to Edinburgh with the school day condensed into an hour and what a very silly sixty minutes it is.  If you like Monty Python, Vic & Bob or the Mighty Boosh then you will like this.  If you...
We are the ones who fall between Gen-X and Gen-Y.  Too young to be old and too old to be young. One minute it was all Ebeneezer Goode and now we're here.  But what is here?  It's a drawer full of magic youth creams and zero f*cks.  It's being referred to as 'Mama Bear' or 'Dad' by workmates.  WTAF? ...
Comedian and presenter Robin Clyfan performs his first solo Edinburgh show about grief, growing up and dressing as a massive baby for cash. In a show that is at times moving, funny and absurd, he explores generational tensions, losing his mother to cancer and recounts tales from some of his ludicrous former jobs. The Sea Is Big Enough to Take It tells the story...