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‘An Unexpected Hiccup’ to open at The Studio

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Edinburgh-based Lung Ha Theatre Company and touring theatre company Plutôt La Vie’s new theatrical collaboration, 'An Unexpected Hiccup', will receive its World Premiere at The Studio in Edinburgh on 26 October, running until 3o...

First Winter season of concerts announced by Lammermuir Festival

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The Lammermuir Festival announced its first Winter season of online concerts today (Thur. 14th Oct.) which are now available to book online at lammermuirfestival.co.ukThe return to live concerts at this year’s Lammermuir Festival in...

Scottish Ensemble to tour Scotland this October

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Scottish Ensemble is excited to return to live performance at locations across Scotland for the first time since before the pandemic.' Common Sound' is a brand-new programme of live, in person events exploring the...

150th anniversary exhibition of Modernist, Samuel John Peploe

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In celebration of the life and works of Samuel John Peploe (1871 – 1935), The Scottish Gallery will be presenting a major exhibition of his paintings and drawings to coincide with his 150th anniversary.Noted...

The Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival returns for its 8th edition in 2021

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Film fans will, once more, be made welcome as The Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival celebrates its 8th Edition. The festival is delighted to be back in the cinema and offer audiences a new hybrid...

Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh returns for second edition

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Returning for its second edition, between 25 and 31 October, Taiwan Film Festival Edinburgh will be presenting a fantastic range of Taiwanese cinema gems, many of them UK premieres dating from the 1930s up...

Back Live @ the Trav with Soundhouse

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The Soundhouse Organisation returns to its favourite venue for weekly gigs this autumn following its successful return to live events at the Edinburgh International Festival. Soundhouse will present a season of ten live shows...

Japan’s most celebrated textile company exhibits at Dovecot Studios

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Dovecot Studios brings the work of internationally acclaimed Japanese textile designer Sudō Reiko to Scotland this autumn, with an innovative exhibition created in partnership with the Centre for Heritage Art and Textiles in Hong...

King’s lights up in purple to remember Andy Gray

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The King's Theatre window lights were lit up in Purple yesterday (13th Sept.) in tribute to the late actor Andy Gray.Details surrounding the King's tribute can be found in Remembering Andy tonight at The...

Go ahead given for FLY Open Air Festival to return to The Ross Bandstand

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After councillors voted to give the FLY Open Air Festival the green light for next weekend, 4,000 young people will, once again, get to dance each day under the castle .The festival, nominated as...

‘An Unexpected Hiccup’ to premiere at The Studio

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Touring theatre company Plutôt La Vie and Edinburgh-based Lung Ha Theatre Company are pleased to announce their collaboration on 'An Unexpected Hiccup', a new play directed by Ian Cameron and Maria Oller and written...

Live Music Now Scotland announces audition dates

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2021 audition dates have been announced by Live Music Now Scotland (LMNS) by unveiling a brand-new online application tool that will allow musicians impacted by the pandemic, and at the beginning of their professional...

At The Scottish Gallery – ‘Form & Light’ – Oliver Cook and ‘Les Tiers...

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In his first solo exhibition, 'Form & Light', Oliver Cook explores the relationship between light, movement and the translucent properties of alabaster through sculptural forms and everyday objects.Cook begun his practice carving minimal vases...

Following a successful return, the 17th Edinburgh Art Festival draws to a close

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Edinburgh Art Festival 2021 closed on Sunday 29 August, following a successful return which saw the month-long programme of 35+ exhibitions programmed in partnership with the city’s visual art community secure hugely enthusiastic responses...

The return of live performances celebrated by Edinburgh International Festival 2021

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The 2021 Edinburgh International Festival has drawn to a close following 170 live performances in bespoke outdoor venues and iconic theatres across the city. This return to live performance marked a significant turning point...

Post-pandemic turbulence can’t stop Pleasance from presenting exciting Fringe programme

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Thanks to the unwavering support of its audiences, the Pleasance Theatre Trust returned to its Edinburgh home this summer, presenting a defiant programme of exciting newcomers, thought-provoking artists and much-loved Fringe stalwarts.With 662 performances...

Camera Obscura & World of Illusions, Edinburgh welcomes aliens from the planet Hanyana

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WeCameToDance is an interactive musical by The American Food Tank, one of the most engaged non-profits in food sustainability, agriculture, food policy, and climate change.They are presenting WeCameToDance with the purpose of building local...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021 – Assembly Festival gears up for final week

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Assembly Festival still has plenty to offer as the Edinburgh Fringe enters its final week for 2021; with world-class circus, big-names in comedy, live music, five-star theatre and more being added to the programme...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021 – Bromance

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The Internationally acclaimed show, Bromance, explores concepts of friendship, subverting conventional circus tricks and styles with its playful techniques.Highly entertaining, Bromance is a show about trust, intimacy and male friendships explored through eye-watering feats...

Assembly Festival 2021 – Watson: The Final Problem

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Watson is alone. His beloved wife Mary and the great Sherlock Holmes are gone. London seethes with false reports and rumour. It is time to set the record straight.So Watson tells his tale of...

Edinburgh International Book Festival – Day 2

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This year's EIBF galleries will be somewhat lacking in comparison to days of yore. Arrangements for the Festival were put in place before various Government announcements and also had to take into consideration the...

Edinburgh International Book Festival – Day 1

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There's a new venue and a new format for Edinburgh's renowned International Book Festival as the traditional site in Charlotte Square Gardens has been swapped for Edinburgh College of Art on Lauriston Place.With a...

Edinburgh International Festival 2021 – Violinist Nicola Benedetti selected as a resident artist

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2021's International Festival has one of the world’s most sought-after violinists of her generation as a resident artist, the Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti. The three concerts of Nicola’s residency, spanning Baroque to contemporary music,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021 – What’s on at Multistory

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The Traverse will be presenting three productions at Edinburgh’s newest Festival venue, MultiStory, including two 'A Play, A Pie and A Pint' shows which will play on alternate days.Starring Joyce Falconer, A Play, A...

Edinburgh International Film Festival – 2021 offers up a range of Industry events

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Next week, the 74th Edinburgh International Film Festival gets underway presenting a fantastic programme of 31 new features and 73 short films celebrating the long-awaited return to cinema, all screened at the Filmhouse and...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe – More shows announced for Assembly Festival

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This year, Assembly Festival will be operating two sites and three venues at the Fringe including a new Outdoor Stage in George Square Gardens. Assembly Festival has been awarded £162,962 from the Scottish Government...

LMNS extends festival season into September

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From tea parties catering for those with dementia, to a continued collaboration as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Live Music Now Scotland is excited to shake off the difficulties of the past year by...

Edinburgh International Festival – ‘Field – Something For the Future Now’

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Curious Seed, one of Scotland’s most innovative dance companies, presents 'Field – Something For the Future Now', a durational outdoor dance happening conceived in a physically distant world and presented as part of Edinburgh...

Edinburgh International Festival – Isata Kanneh-Mason plays Clara Schumann’s Piano Concerto

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Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason will perform Clara Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and new Music Director Vasily Petrenko on 9th August.Kanneh-Mason first rose to prominence as one of her family’s seven remarkable...

Edinburgh International Festival – ‘Falstaff’ at the Festival Theatre

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Freeloader, past-it playboy, incorrigible rake, – Sir John Falstaff needs a ruse so that he can continue his life of excess. He decides to try his luck with two of Windsor’s upstanding married women,...

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