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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. 

Jazz goes the Weasel

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Edinburgh pianist Brian Kellock spearheads the UK launch on 30 October 2020 of New Zealand-based Thick Records, the jazz label run by Scottish drummer John Rae from his new home in Wellington.

The making of Scotland, Slavery and Statues

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The Melville Monument in Edinburgh became a focal point for Black Lives Matter protests earlier in the summer.The documentary, ‘Scotland, Slavery and Statues’ – broadcast on BBC...

Makers Markets at Cambo Gardens in October and November

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The painters, the bakers, the candle makers, - local makers markets in full swing at Cambo Gardens.A wide range of artisan producers, from weavers, to artists, to cake...

Greyfriars Kirkyard project – launch event in November

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Edinburgh World Heritage has been awarded a grant of £65,800 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to carry out an 'important community engagement project' at Greyfriars Kirkyard.The scheme...

Deaf filmmaker wins Best Scottish Queer Short award

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Leah Francisco is a deaf filmmaker and comedian who lives here in the capital.She has created an autobiographical BSL poem following her journey from Greece to Edinburgh,...

The 10 best bookshops in Edinburgh

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Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Edinburgh. The streets are teeming with hidden treasures that are as rich as the ideas that made our city known across the world.For my money, it's always been the myriad and eclectic conflation...

Edinburgh’s largest ever inventory project launched as ‘Auld Reekie is Retold’

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'Auld Reekie Retold' has been officially launched by Museums & Galleries Edinburgh. This will be the largest collections inventory project ever undertaken in the organisation’s history and, over the course of...

At Art & Craft Collective – Deborah Fallas

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Southside gallery, Art & Craft Collective, presents an exhibition of Deborah Fallas’ still life original acrylic paintings of flowers and fruit until 19 December 2020.This is the first...

Thor’s Tipi may be on the way back to Waverley Mall

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by Joseph Anderson Local Democracy ReporterCouncil set to allow Thor’s Tipi to come back to Waverley Mall this winter.Edinburgh City Council is set to...

Cute dogs can apply now to be Cath Kidston’s next model

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Any Edinburgh dogs looking for their own five minutes of fame? Well you only have until midnight on Wednesday to enter them in this competition to try and achieve that.

What’s on – shows to be streamed from The Traverse Theatre

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The Traverse Theatre will stream two shows by The Javaad Alipoor Company at the end of this month and also at the beginning of November.The theatre company...

Jupiter Artland under threat from development plans

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The owners of Jupiter Artland have begun a campaign to protect their future against housing which will affect the art displayed in the grounds.They say that plans for...

The Fruitmarket Gallery launches a unique gift registry in bid to reach funding target

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The Fruitmarket Gallery has been a key part of Edinburgh’s cultural landscape since 1974.Currently closed for redevelopment, they are getting ready to OPEN OUT – with more...

COMPETITION – enter The Edinburgh Reporter golf competition

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Golf Competition in association with Edinburgh Leisure - Love Golf? It pays to play at Edinburgh LeisureFor die hard golf fans or even those new to the game...

The hunt is on for Scotland’s greatest Ghost Stories

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Ghostly tales will be brought to life at John Knox House in Edinburgh by storyteller, Fiona Herbert, ahead of Scotland's Greatest Ghost Stories event which will close the Scottish International Storytelling...

Black Lives Matter Mural Trail now popping up in Edinburgh

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Scotland’s BAME artists have stepped up, supported by leading arts organisations to produce a mural trail in the capital and across Scotland.The artworks forming the Black...

Threesome hoping Santa will help them get to Christmas #1

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Tone Def Tony and his musical team which includes Finch and Donnelly have released a new single - I Got P*$$ed With Santa Claus - intended to be a fundraiser for the...

Ghost signs – they are everywhere you look

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Ghost signs are everywhere, you just have to know where to look.And Sam Roberts who set up the site ghost signs says it is all about being...

New spotlight season from Edinburgh Tradfest

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Edinburgh Tradfest’s new Spotlight season of online concerts continues tonight (Mon 19 Oct, 8pm) with Shetland Springs featuring musicians Catriona MacDonald (fiddle, String Sisters) and Margaret Robertson (fiddle, piano, Edinburgh Military...

Scottish commercial coffee roaster reflects on Covid coffee life

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The management at commercial coffee roaster Blendly have been considering how changing coffee habits due to Covid-19 have impacted on its business in a positive way.Good coffee...

Edinburgh Tattoo tickets on sale from 19th Oct. as acclaimed Creative Director is appointed

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With tickets for the 2021 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo set to go on sale from Monday 19th October, the organisation has announced that Michael Braithwaite has been appointed as the Tattoo’s...

Last orders for Dalriada in £2 million home plan

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An Edinburgh entrepreneur is understood to be closing in on a deal to purchase the Dalriada Hotel on Portobello Promenade with the intention of converting the building into a luxury home.

Meander Apparel open their George Street pop up on Saturday

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Scottish startup Meander Apparel has found a spot in the city centre for the next three months.They are moving onto George Street alongside other big names, and with...
Platform shoes

Step back in time to see shoe collection at Museum of Edinburgh

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The Museum of Edinburgh is showing a collection of shoes from the past 100 years. The display is on from now until 20th December 2019 and admission is free.

It’s All In The President’s Ken

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Cast away those Locksown ennui blues for a sofa-short-fused Election, fright-night at the greatest political septuagenarian bloke/soap opera of the decade.Your very own Washington - behind Covid-19...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Hogmanay Bookbug! Songs and rhymes for young children. 10.30-11am, Oxgangs Library, 343 Oxgangs Road North.NMS Hogmany Ceilidh! Enjoy an afternoon of whirling and birling for all ages with the Canongate Cadjers Ceilidh Band. 2-3.30pm,...

Review – RSNO Beethoven 1 and Violin Concerto

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The RSNO performed Beethoven’s First Symphony and Violin Concerto as part of their streamed ‘Digital Season’, with solo violinist Midori, conducted by Thomas Søndergård.The performance was shown...

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Modern One moving to three day week

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Modern One will be open for three says a week from the beginning of November until 10 January 2021.From Thursday to Saturday you can view the art...

Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2020 – the box office is open now

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The Edinburgh Short Film Festival 2020 will run from 7 to 14 November 2020.The ESFF again brings the world’s best short film to Edinburgh: your only chance...

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