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The world’s first amphitheatre made entirely out of upcycled pianos will be at Edinburgh’s historic Leith Theatre from tomorrow. Photo Chris Scott This “Resonancy” of events will invite audiences to experience the unique interactive sculptural installation within the much loved theatre. Photo Chris...
Edinburgh Leisure’s Active Communities will take part in the Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival for the first time when it returns to the Assembly Rooms from 1– 2 February 2020. This will be another packed weekend of talks, classes and workshops, showcasing the way to lead healthier and happier lives. The team will have a...
The National Galleries of Scotland have today issued an announcement about their relationship with BP and The BP Portrait Award 2019 exhibition. "At the National Galleries of Scotland we recognise that we have a responsibility to do all we can to address the climate emergency. For many people, the association of this competition...
The Scotmid store in Stockbridge, Edinburgh has just opened its first ever refill station. This is where customers can fill up on different dry products such as pasta, couscous and dried fruit provided by Glasgow-based co-operative, Greencity Wholefoods. The trial also involves products ranging from coffee beans to soap...
A celebration of food and wine from Italy’s Veneto region - including a dinner by a Michelin starred chef – is to feature as Scotland’s contribution to the World Week of Italian Cuisine this month. Leandro Luppi, whose menus at his Vecchia Malcesine restaurant on the banks of Lake Garda have wowed...
The Davidson’s Mains and Silverknowes Remembrance Day parade took place on Sunday at The War Memorial at The Green, East Barnton Avenue 10th November 2019 - A piper leads the procession from the church to the war memorial for a Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the war memorial in Davidson's Mains PHOTO North...
The Liberal Democrats have lodged a formal complaint to ITV for excluding Jo Swinson from their election debate and warned that “failing to have Liberal Democrats in the debate is misrepresenting the current political reality”. In a letter to ITV Chief Executive, Dame Carolyn McCall, the President of the Liberal Democrats Sal Brinton...
At Bonhams Edinburgh there will be a sale of Asian Art on Thursday of this week beginning at 11.00am. Martha Lloyd-Morgan of Bonhams with a very jovial buddha PHOTO ©2019 The Edinburgh Reporter There is a wide range of objects including a fine silk embroidery of a rooster...
Shambolics at Sneaky Pete’s Edinburgh It’s a rainy night in Edinburgh’s Cowgate but there’s a sense of occasion about to happen in Sneaky Pete’s as Alan McGee checks out the sold-out crowd shortly before his recent signing take the stage. Opener My Time Is Now is an anthemic blast...
Ladbrokes Scottish Premiereship - Hibernian v Ross County. Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh, Midlothian, UK. 26/10/2019. Pic shows: Hibs' midfielder, Scott Allan, celebrates after scoring the home side's second goal as Hibs play host to Ross County at Easter Road Stadium, Edinburgh. Credit: Ian Jacobs The Hibs Official 2020 Calendar will be on sale from...
Edinburgh Art Fair 2019 will feature SHAMANIC - the collective made up of acclaimed Russian artist Maria Rud, iconic punk rock legend, Fay Fife of the Rezillos and Martin Metcalfe, the frontman of Goodbye Mr Mackenzie & The Filthy Tongues – to feature two live performances, a unique first for the event.
A New Town restaurant has been recognised as a ‘Good Food Award’ winner for2020. New Chapter restaurant on Eyre Place, owned and run by husband and wife team Matthew and Carol Korecki has added the award for culinary excellence to its growing collection. The Good Food Awards are...
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