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New delivery service to your door from Six by Nico

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This week HOME-X, a new e-commerce platform from the team behind Six by Nico restaurants launches, bringing restaurant quality food & drink experiences to homes all over the UK. Led by Chef Nico Simeone and...

Buckingham Palace State Rooms – open in September

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If you happen to be in London this summer then while Her Majesty is up at Balmoral you can wander through the corridors of her London home. Buckingham Palace has opened the 19 State...

Burns&Beyond is back

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One of the Edinburgh highlights of last January was undoubtedly the Burns&Beyond events.With Neu! Reekie! putting their own individual twist on Burns in the Freemason's Hall, and a silent disco in the lane outside...

Latin lockdown lessons from Scotland’s leading tango professionals

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Will Scotland emerge from Covid-19 as a nation of polyglots, dancers, musicians and yoga masters or will we slump back to our old pre-pandemic couch potato habits?Certainly, there is plenty of options for those...

Bring your bull terrier to the Bullie Meet Up

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If you're a fan of Bull Terriers then don't miss this year's charity 'Bullie Meet Up' being held at The Meadows in August. Thirty owners have already signed their dogs up to attend the event. This...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 – Tony Law: Frillemorphesis

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Multi award-winning comedian Tony Law explodes into the future absurdly! Behind leaves he the mouth of bad and brings good. You’re welcome. He’s better than ever and ever super good.This year, Tony gets back...

Boxsmall Market to host Fringe preview shows

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Enjoy children’s shows at Boxsmall Market’s ShowBoxBoxsmall Market will be hosting previews of Edinburgh Festival Fringe children’s shows at its ShowBox where families will get a look at the family-friendly acts performing at the Fringe....

Major works from National Galleries of Scotland going to America

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 The National Galleries of Scotland is to send a selection of major works from the national collection to the United States over the next year. This touring show will raise the international profile of...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 – A Cinema In South Georgia

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The Edinburgh Reporter's scoop hound was on the scent at The Pleasance bar the other day as some curious card-sharp playing shenanigans were well under way. All ears, TER began to take clandestine notes and...

Celebrate Mother’s Day 2013 in Edinburgh!

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Mother's Day is right around the corner, and  Edinburgh has many wonderful ways to celebrate.  The Edinburgh Reporter  has some suggestions to help you brighten up your mum's special day of the year!TREAT YOUR...

Order your home delivery from Scotmid with Snappy Shopper

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Ordering online has become second nature to many during the lockdown and now you can continue to do so with the newest app in town.Using the Snappy Shopper app you can order your...

Edinburgh International Festival – Godspeed You! Black Emperor*****

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Setting a desolate Western scene with their raw introduction, Godspeed You! Black Emperor played to a diverse audience last night. With strings, guitars, drums and double bass, the initial introduction of their music, the...

Where to eat and drink – A Room in the West End

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A Room In the West End has a new menu! A Room In the West End have launched their new summer menu. With an emphasis on high quality Scottish produce the menu is full of...

Edinburgh photographer Peter Dibdin publishing new book

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Edinburgh-based photographer Peter Dibdin has launched a crowd funding campaign to help publish a striking new photography book, revealing a community just before the Ebola outbreak took hold.Kenema is a collection of portraits taken in...

Film Review – Hidden Figures

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Hidden Figures Direction: Theodore Melfi Screenplay: Theodore Melfi, Allison Schroeder Cast: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Length: 127 minutes Rating: PG Based on a true story, this biographical drama chronicles the hidden figures that worked at the National...

South High School Jazz Band coming to Church Hill Theatre

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On 14 April 2017 there will be a concert at the Church Hill Theatre with a Californian jazz band.Entrance is free but there is a collection for Drake Music Scotland an organisation which does...

Ladies – Book early for summer fun at Musselburgh

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Yes we know Christmas is only just over, but the organisers of Stobo Castle Ladies Day in June at Musselburgh Racecourse would like you to look ahead.Racing and fashion followers have less than two...

Aldi will have Christmas trees on sale from Thursday

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ALDI’S SCOTTISH-GROWN NORDMAN FIR CHRISTMAS TREES ARE BACK - WITH PRICES STARTING AT ONLY £14.99 Aldi’s hand selected Nordman Fir Christmas trees, known for their big, bushy branches and fresh pine aroma, will return to stores across the UK later this week, with prices starting...

Bovine beauties become social media influencers

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Aspiring social media influencers in the shape of Highland cattle in Dumfries & Galloway and Edinburgh are in a new VisitScotland video wishing future international visitors a ‘happy coo year’.The video was promoted on...
Tower above Old College

University seeks views on impact of pandemic on children

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Parents and caregivers are asked to share their experiences of how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting their children’s lives.A study by the School of Health in Social Science at the University of Edinburgh will...

Scotland the Best – the 2019 edition

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For a quarter of a century there has been a travel guide that sets the standard in Scotland. Scotland The Best is a personal account by the man who we believe knows the country...

Edinburgh’s Christmas launched today

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It does seem like we have only just celebrated Halloween,but the organisers of Edinburgh's Christmas already have their plans well-formed for your entertainment throughout December. We were invited to the launch this morning to...

The Meadows Festival 5th & 6th June 2010

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The event is run by a committee of local residents and will include stalls, two music stages, a school football competition, a bicycle powered cinema, a school art competition, kids tent and on Saturday...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Worbey and Farrell

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WORBEY AND FARRELL WORLD PREMIERE OF DEVIATIONS ON A PIANO1-15 AUGUST 2013 - THE ASSEMBLY ROOMSTake two internationally acclaimed concert pianists who share a wicked sense of humour and what you get are Worbey and...

Theatre preview – Something Wicked Comes this Way Nearer – ‘The Scottish Play’

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Sleep no more…The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war.  Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are thrust towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.Festival Theatre Edinburgh has announced confirmation of casting for the...

Red Note Ensemble – Free performance!

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Once again Scotland’s most inimitable contemporary music ensemble Red Note, take to the stage on 21st March with their unique brand of music and this time it’s free! Noisy Nights is a fun evening...

Last chance to see Museum’s Japanese prints exhibition!

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This week is the last chance to catch spectacular artwork and larger-than-life characters from a 19th century Japanese cultural phenomenon. Kabuki: Japanese Theatre Prints, which has attracted over 20,000 visitors, shows off the highlights of National Museums...

A little Italy in St Andrew Square

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Vapiano will open in Edinburgh this month bringing an easy-going approach to Italian food and creating around 50 jobs.It is the global company's first Scottish restaurant and it is situated on three floors in...

COMPETITION – Win two tickets to Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Show

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This competition ends on 16 April 2014.Stylish night outYou can win two tickets to the Edinburgh College of Art Fashion Show, one of the capital's leading style events.From 23 - 25 April 2014 the...

At The Open Eye Gallery in February

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 At the Open Eye in February part of the works being exhibited will include paintings by Glen Scouller.Scouller divides his time between Scotland and France. This exhibition of new landscapes explores the contrasts between...

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