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Monday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Cameo Toddler Time: Toot The Tiny Tug Boat (U). Life on the high seas is a whirl of fun and adventure when you're a little boat with big ideas. Toot works and plays with...

Ten things to do in Edinburgh in 2012

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These are only suggestions. Edinburgh is full of things to do, clubs to join and places to go. We cannot possibly know them all, so if you have a really good suggestion, then please...

Queen Margaret graduate appointed to Creative Scotland board

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An Arts Management student from Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh, has been appointed as a board member of Creative Scotland - the government agency in charge of promoting Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries.Sheila...

What’s on at the Filmhouse today

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Fancy getting away from the Christmas party season? There's lots to see at the Filmhouse this week. But, yes some of it has a Christmas theme!Human Flow Director Ai Weiwei: Over 65 million people worldwide...

Help choose a name for the latest employee at National Trust for Scotland

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The National Trust for Scotland have a new employee at Gladstone's Land on the Royal Mile but he needs a name!Meet Ragnor, Hufflepuff, or is it Kinza?The Snowy Owl is just three weeks old,...

Edinburgh Fringe Festival REVIEW – Damien Dempsey *****

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Damien Dempsey *****Ballroom @ Assembly RoomRun FinishedOn Wednesday night  the Assembly Rooms played host to a flying visit from the latest in the grand tradition of Irish singers with a social conscience. Accompanied by...

Matilda the Musical Heading to Edinburgh Next Spring

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The Royal Shakespeare Company has announced that Matilda The Musical will be heading to Edinburgh in April 2019 accompanied by a specially devised education programme, Change My Story. This is a new RSC education...

Edinburgh’s Christmas begins

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Edinburgh’s Christmas has begun in Princes Street Gardens today, although the event officially starts with a music, light and pyrotechnic extravaganza on Sunday, 17 November 2019 on The Royal Mile.

Old Town Chambers – #Blogmanay starts here!

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Old Town Chambers, five star serviced apartments in Edinburgh, is opening the doors to its luxury Penthouse tomorrow, to officially launch #blogmanay, Edinburgh’s Hogmanay social media project.18 bloggers from across the globe will attend...

Sunset Song returns to the stage in Edinburgh

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REVIVAL OF ACCLAIMED STAGE ADAPTATION OF SCOTLAND’S MOST POPULAR NOVEL OF ALL TIMEDavid Hutchinson and Phillip Rowntree for Sell A Door Theatre Company in Association with The Beacon are proud to announce their 2014...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 6TH APRIL 2015Re-Union Boats History Cruise: a two hour cruise to find out more about the history of the Union Canal. How, why and when was it built? What was it used for,...

Flagship store gets a new look at The Gyle

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M&S THE GYLE UNVEILS NEWLY TRANSFORMED STORE FOLLOWING EXTENSIVE MAKEOVER Marks & Spencer has just unveiled its revamped store at The Gyle following an extensive makeover. Store manager, Aaron Spicer, cut the ribbon on Thursday last...

Pick up a Pickering’s gin bauble while you can

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Last Christmas the 30,000 gin baubles which Pickering's Gin harvested were simply not enough to meet demand. 30,000 sold out in 82 seconds.This year they have managed to collect 1,000,002 baubles by hiring more...

The Van T’s to play Edinburgh this month

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The Van T’s, who have played at T in the Park, Wickerman Festival and Electric Fields this summer will be playing a headline show at Edinburgh’s Opium alternative club, on 30 October. Formed in around 2013...

Where to buy your Christmas trees in 2016

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So you want a real Christmas tree this year? Well here is The Edinburgh Reporter list of where to go and get it in time for carols around the tree. Bethany Christian Trust sells Caring Christmas...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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The Art of the Classroom: an exhibition of work by pupils of Craigroyston Primary School. Paintings, models, pictures and drawings all reflecting the wide variety of study in the school. Opens tonight 6-7.30pm, then...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Balerno Village Screen: 2.30-4pm, Mr Peabody and Sherman (U), and 7.30-9pm,What We Did On Our Holiday (12A), St Joseph's Centre, Johnsburn Road, Balerno. This month's screenings will all be preceded by Danny MacAskill's brilliant new video...

Get ready for Light Night on Sunday!

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Light Night takes place in the city centre on Sunday 20 November, 1pm – 5pm and really kicks off the Edinburgh's Christmas celebrations. Light Night is an event free for all to enjoy, which encapsulates the...

Kathleen Turner’s one-woman show Finding My Voice comes to Queens Hall

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Kathleen Turner’s fabulous one-woman show, Finding My Voice, which has opened to great acclaim from critics and audiences alike comes to the Queen's Hall on Monday 14 May.This is the only Scottish date in the...

Mary Queen of Scots to be premiered in Edinburgh

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Mary Queen of Scots starring Saoirse Ronan with Jack Lowden, James McArdle and Karen Dunbar will have its Scottish premiere on Monday 14 January 2019 at the Cameo Picturehouse.

Restaurant Review: The Magnum

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The Magnum – A dog friendly pub in the heart of EdinburghThe Magnum has always been very much a favourite ‘local’ of mine so when I was asked to review it I jumped at...

Art Walk Porty continues during the winter

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'THE DECORATORS' - Nicky Bird Residency until February 2020This residency focuses on a group of women who worked as decorators for Buchan & Co potteries in the...

World Fair Trade Gathering – discount on tickets until tomorrow

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Leith-based musicians, Pulse of the Place were drumming alongside piping legend Lou Marshall last weekend, in the run-up to the World Fair Trade Gathering on 11 May. The event will be co-hosted by TV presenter Gail Porter and supermodel...

Movie Magic in A Box

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Movie Magic in a Box is an animated film which takes you behind the scenes to see the 8½ Foundation’s Catherine Payton wrapping the 2000th film on DVD to be sent to an 8½ year-old child...

Understated elegance on board Viking Sun

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After wrestling for nearly two hours with rush-hour traffic through a grey, misty morning with heavy rain, I needed to chill out. I found the ideal place six minutes out from Newhaven Harbour on a...

Letter from Scotland

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This weekend Scotland’s farmers are putting on their 175th Royal Highland Show in the fields around Edinburgh Airport known as Ingliston. It’s a reminder to us city folk that Scotland is still an agricultural...

Ambassadog George welcomed to Dundas Castle

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 VisitScotland's Ambassadog George was welcomed by golden retrievers Burn, Beech and Bark the resident dogs at Dundas Castle and who were happy to show George how to welcome the tourists.George is now setting off on...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Alex Kealy: A Kealy’s Heel

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Political comedian & ball of anxiety Alex Kealy trains his sights on love and politics. II’s territory already covered by War & Peace, Life & Fate and Ant & Dec.Politically everything is on fire...

Irish dancers’ success at the World Championships

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Haughey McAuley Academy Irish Dancers found success at the Irish Dancing Worlds Championships held in Montreal, Canada 2015. Irish dancing in Edinburgh, Lothians & Fife hit the jackpot at their recent World Irish Dancing Championships...

Sweet deal for Webster Honey

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WEBSTER HONEY SECURES FIRST PARTNERSHIP WITH SCOTTISH HOTEL GROUPBeekeeping Courses to be held at boutique hotel & artisan food supplier, Monachlye Mhor Kinross...

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