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T in the Park announces 2015 line-up

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Kasabian and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will join The Libertines as the headliners of this year's T in the Park. The festival is due to move its festivities to Strathallan Castle from Balado Airfield...

Tupiniquim – Great Crepes and Fundraising!

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Over the course of the past four years, Tupiniquim, the Brazilian crepe kiosk at the top of Middle Meadow Walk, has developed its own special place in Edinburgh’s culinary heart.Showcasing outstanding gluten-free crepes and excellent...

Where to eat and drink in Edinburgh – Pop in to Pommery at the...

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The Signet Library just off the Royal Mile is one of Edinburgh’s most beautiful buildings and usually a well-kept secret. That is until the Pommery bar pops up in August serving champagne, afternoon teas,...

Where to eat and drink – The Paradise Palms Edinburgh

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The Paradise Palms is located opposite Bristo Square perfectly located for the summer festival season and ideally placed for a night out on the town. The venue has been decked in in a 1920s...

Edinburgh International Festival 2014: 15 of the best

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Not a top ten? Well, with the sheer richness of the 2014 Edinburgh International Festival programme, picking out 15 of the best events just seemed fairer. Its war-and-peace theme provides one of the boldest...

Tri-Centre and Foxlake to host John Muir Winter Carnival

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On February 2 the Tri-Centre of South Clerk Street will host the John Muir Winter Carnival at Dunbar's Foxlake Adventures. The event marks the 100th anniversary of the Scottish-American naturalist who is well known...

St Andrew’s Day Celebrations

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 Earlier this week Minnie and Max Stephenson met up with fiddler Adam Sutherland to tune up for this weekend's St Andrew's Day festivities.There will be lots to see and do on Saturday when most...

Lothian Breweries Secure Place at Aldi’s Winter Beer Festival

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Two local breweries have been chosen to showcase their beer at Aldi's Winter Beer Festival. The festival, taking place at stores across Scotland, will have some of the country's finest dark ales on show...

Reel Festival Showcases the Real Iraq

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Set up to to enhance bonds of connection and harmony between Iraq and the rest of the world through culture, the Reel Iraq Festival is due to take place in Edinburgh to mark the...

Edinburgh Reporter Radio – we need your help!

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At The Edinburgh Reporter we are always looking to use technology in innovative ways. This summer we are launching a project to use audio to bring you instant updates from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe is nearly here…..

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It is almost Fringe time. Easy to tell if you are walking the city centre streets as you can see here. You can download the Fringe programme below. We would also highly recommend the Fringe...

Five best things to see at the Edinburgh Mela Festival

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 The Mela is a festival that brings communities together offers a spectacular range of talent from all cultures. Here's what to look out for this year.DANCEThe 2012 festival is centred around dance, and is determined to showcase...

The Mela Festival is launched in Edinburgh

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The Mela Festival launch earlier today introduced new director, Chris Purnell, who was previously in charge of the London Mela. The Mela showcases talent from all cultures, and  it will be situated on Leith...

Hot Tickets for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012

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by Julie DawsonHot off the press, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012 programme is bigger and better than ever. Among its (nearly) 400 pages there is bound to be a show to suit every taste,...

Traverse Theatre launches its 2012 festival programme

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The Traverse Theatre earlier today launched its 2012 festival programme, with eight world premieres and two Scottish premieres among its total of 19 festival shows and events.The programme showcases new writing from some of...

Free Fringe looking for purveyors of the spoken word

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Peter Buckley Hill's Free Fringe is back in 2012 with a new venue and needs more shows to fill it Scots poets are being invited to reconquer the city of R.L. Stevenson, J.K. Rowling and...

Traverse Theatre Autumn Festival 18-27 November

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Now in its third year, the Traverse Theatre’s Autumn Festival is a celebration of the best work from the worlds of Dance, Visual Theatre, Contemporary Music, and Puppetry. This year, there is a strong...

Previously….with Ian Rankin and Nigel Planer…

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 Previously is a history festival and if you hurry up you can still catch one or two of the 200+ events which have been organised in the city. What you are unable to do...

Trick or Treat yourself at The Balmoral this Hallowe’en

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Rocco Forte’s The Balmoral will be offering a bewitching treat this October to celebrate the history of Hallowe'en. Guests at the hotel can get into the spirit of the occasion in the rich surroundings...

West Port Book Festival

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by Sonja Bettina Klein"What are you all doing here?" was the question Stuart Campbell posed at the beginning of his reading at the West Port Book Festival today. Within seconds he had the audience...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Cherry Orchard (****)

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Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard  adapted for Theatre Alba by Jo Clifford, is a very good serious play which had an added dimension as this production was staged outdoors.There are of course risks associated with...

Festival Fireworks: Behind the Scenes

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Preparations were well underway yesterday for this Sunday's massive festival fireworks display at Edinburgh Castle.Keith Webb of Pyro-vision, the company behind the show, said that it takes 7 days to set up the show...

Fringe Review: Big Dave’s Gay-B-C of Life (***)

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Big Dave from 4 Poofs and a Piano, has branched out this year into the Free Fringe for a good hearty camp sing-a-long show that will have you smiling and chuckling along the way....

Faces of the Fringe – Part 6

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Over the course of the Fringe, Thomas Haywood has been taking photos of Fringe characters on stage and in the street. In this 6th and final part, there are some new people around, doing...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Improvised the Musical (***)

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Improvised musicals are a very difficult genre of theatre especially when the audience give them difficult subjects and titles, however the 'No Shoes Theatre Group' carry it off very well. The quality of the acting...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Confessions of a Mormon Boy (****)

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There can be few tales which can make you feel the full range of emotions as a true story told from the heart. Steven Faels tells his true story in a solo show...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Edinburgh Tonight (****)

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If you have very little time to see shows and don't know what to see then this show will produce 7 acts in about 1 hour flat! The acts change daily so no show...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Llwyth (Tribe) – (*****)

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Llwyth is a brilliant, powerful, enigmatic production that takes the audience through a whole range of emotions from laughter, anger, grief to happiness all in 1 hour 45 minutes and they loved it too! Deaf...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: News at Kate (****)

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The beauty of the Fringe is that sometimes you can go into a free show on impulse and discover a very funny stand-up comedienne such as Kate Smurthwaite. Her material is well structured, up...

Fringe Review: Muscle (***)

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Muscle is a Welsh play based in Cardiff centring round interviews with men. The acting was of the highest quality though they regularly changed characters which made it a little hard to follow at...

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