Edinburgh Zoo’s Giant Lanterns exhibition will be hosting a special Quiet Night tonight. The Quiet Night is a […]
An Italian sculptor and artist will have his art featured in a Scottish restaurant set to open in […]
An Edinburgh-based art award’s deadline is 31st of January 2020 with the award ceremony taking place on the […]
How the Grinch Stole Christmas wrapped up its performance in Edinburgh this weekend at the Festival Theatre. The […]
Kirstie Blair has won the 2019 Saltire Society Scottish Book of the Year award for her text Working Verse […]
A Patriothall open studio event was held by WASPS (Workshop & Artists Studio Provision Scotland) in Stockbridge on […]
The multi-arts complex Summerhall in Edinburgh features an intriguing life-drawing session, Reconfigure. Edinburgh is a city that is […]
The University of Edinburgh celebrated Saint Andrew’s day by holding their annual traditional music concert at St Cecilia’s […]
Edinburgh Castle features a historical event, “Unsung Heroines” depicting women who fought during World War I today. The […]
A group of female refugees who have been involved in the “Mouth of a Shark” exhibition in Edinburgh, […]
16 canal boats decorated with lights and playing music brought life to Edinburgh’s Union Canal yesterday evening to celebrate […]
The winner of this year’s photography Scottish Portrait Awards is an innovative artist who reinvents the way we […]
More than 100 selected photographs from the MacKinnon collection are being displayed at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery […]
This Saturday, the Welcoming Association in Edinburgh held a free swap shop event at St Peters Church at […]
The Spit it Out documentary that combines poetry and animation to tell a difficult story of sexual assault […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea Edinburgh has maintained the top position on the Telegraph’s annual top 20 Travel Destinations for […]
By Lynn Rusk Edinburgh’s beloved arts venue Summerhall was transformed into a Winter Wonderland this weekend providing food, […]
By Lynn Rusk Scottish Ballet’s performance of Cinderella is coming to Edinburgh this Christmas season. The internationally acclaimed […]
By Paulette Myrie Reggae has officially received recognition by UNESCO as an international cultural treasure. Reggae music originated in […]
By Gemma Stroyan Edinburgh’s Hidden Door Arts Festival has issued a final call to help secure its future. […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea Italian film movie director Bernardo Bertolucci has died after a long cancer battle, his publicist […]
This weekend Collective opened their new £4.5 Million development of the City Observatory on top of Edinburgh’s Calton […]
By Róisín Kilroy I’ve never been much of a foodie person. I enjoy everything about cooking, bar the […]
By Gemma Stroyan The Giant Lanterns of China Festival at the Edinburgh Zoo carries an important message beyond it’s […]
With the festive season upon us Edinburgh is bursting at the seams with events across the city. There […]
By Louise Wylie
Florence Welch is shy, she says. It might not seem like it with the ferocious singing and even bolder dancing, but, she explains, it’s the talking that’s hard.
It’s understandable when you’re playing for a packed venue of 13,000 people, but it doesn’t feel that large from the other side of the stage. Even from the gods at the Hydro in Glasgow, a Florence and the Machine gig never feels remote. Instead it feels uniquely human.
By Lynn Rusk
Book Week Scotland 2018 begins today and will run until November 25th, with events occurring across the country celebrating books and reading.
By Ròisìn Kilroy
A new play that seeks to highlight and humanise food bank users, opens this week amidst growing concern about huge rise in use of food banks.
Photo Above: Book Signing at Event © Philip Wegmann
By Ian McNally and Philip Wegmann
An Edinburgh church was transformed into a football sanctuary yesterday, as it played host to the launch of a new book about the Homeless World Cup.
“Home Game” by Mel Young and Peter Barr was unveiled in Augustine United Church on George IV Bridge and featured a Q&A with the authors followed by a book sale and signing session.
Photo Above: Nicola Sturgeon © Kenneth Halley on Wikipedia
Users submitted their book-related questions to the First Minister using the hashtag #FMBookChat, who then spent an hour tweeting about her favourite books.