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The 2019 Fringe @ St Mary’s Cathedral

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This August, St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Palmerston Place is offering a full and varied programme of music, events and exhibitions to entertain residents and locals alike. From concerts to Cathedral tours, photography to Phoebe...

Books – ‘Farewell, King Coal’

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‘I look back on the decline and death of the coal industry with mixed feelings and say, echoing the words of Shakespeare’s Richard II, ‘Farewell King Coal’…..it is an imponrtant part of the story...

TAKE OVAR for Target Ovarian Cancer!

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When Michael Jamieson’s friend Katie died four years ago she was just 21. On the day when she should have been attending her graduation ceremony, Katie’s Edinburgh University professors drove to her home in...

Bright Indie Art this August

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Explore the lesser-known lands, hidden away in Edinburgh, where independent art can flourish.  It’s easy to be overshadowed in a city full of theatre and music, especially if your venue is less than traditional. ...

The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra presents Tommy Smith’s ‘Spirit of Light’

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On Sunday 17 December 2017 St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral will host an iconic event when the Scottish National Jazz Orchestra (SNJO) presents Tommy Smith’s new composition Spirit of Light.This illuminating work is a celebration in...

Edinburgh International Book Festival – REVIEW – Scarlatti and Cage with David Greilsammer and...

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David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas muses on the nature of boundaries - namely, the boundaries between noise and sound. The novel suggests that all boundaries are conventions, that one may cross “if only one can...

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons at St Mary’s Cathedral

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Join London Concertante, one of the UK’s leading chamber ensembles, at the stunning St. Mary’s Cathedral on Palmerston Place for a fabulous night of Mozart, Vivaldi, and more! Praised for making concerts exciting no matter...

Little Italy opening its doors tomorrow

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The former police box opposite St Mary's Cathedral and John Lewis reopens tomorrow (24 November 2016) in its latest reincarnation as a food kiosk. Giuliano Liano, from Rome, who has lived in Edinburgh since 2013,...

Baldwin & Guggisberg: The Cathedral Collection

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‘We are migratory creatures; the history of our species is about journeys, departures, leaving and arriving, starting over. And none more so than ourselves.’ (Baldwin and Guggisberg, The Arch of Glass, in La Revue...

Alex Salmond to deliver inaugural Thomas Muir Memorial Lecture

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'We have achieved a great duty in these critical times...we have been the first to revive the spirit of our country and give it a national existence' (Thomas Muir, 1798) 'We unite behind a declaration...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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The Raymond Briggs Trilogy: The Snowman 29 mins (U), Father Christmas 26 mins (U) and The Bear (U) 26 mins. 11am, Filmhouse, Lothian Road. Book online or call the box office on 0131 228 2688.Teatime Acoustic:...

Monday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 Dog Tales: The Dogs Trust will host this storytelling and crafts session about safety around dogs and responsible dog ownership. For ages 5-10. 2-3pm, Gilmerton Library, 13 Newtoft Street.Messy Nativity! 4-5.30pm, Saltyard Cafe, 158...

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 22ND DECEMBER 2014 Dog Tales: The Dogs Trust will host this storytelling and crafts session about safety around dogs and responsible dog ownership. For ages 5-10. 2-3pm, Gilmerton Library, 13 Newtoft Street.Messy Nativity! 4-5.30pm,...

Sunday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Filmhouse Junior: Antboy (Denmark 2013 - English language version) Cert PG. Re-energising the superhero genre for a younger audience - who needs Spiderman when Antboy is in town? 'a rollicking good fun caper movie'. 11am, Filmhouse, Lothian...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 24TH NOVEMBER 2014Mrs Mash at The Skylark: songs, stories and joining in fun from Mrs Mash aka Marie Louise Cochrane, the Storytelling Cook, for the under-5s and their parents and carers - this week...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Spanish Fine Foods and Gifts Open Day: join El Olivo olive oil company for a glass of wine, and taste the oils and other Spanish delicacies. Gifts, oils, chorizos, tapenades spices, antipasti, rice, vinegars and much...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2014Pakistan Society Heritage Project presents Rural Reflections: an exhibition of rural scenery of Pakistan and Scotland. 'Here we share the stories of ten members of the 50+ group of the Pakistan...

Sunday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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  Tony Conrad: Opening Reception for Invented Acoustical Tools 1969-2014. The legendary artist, composer, performer and filmmaker will play a selection of his invented acoustical tools and present a number of additional works in film...

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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Plenty happening again this week - from fundraisers for Palestine, Water for Life and the Scouts, to films from Poland, Africa and Italy. Books will be launched, exhibitions will be opened, French and Russian...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Dads Rock: part of a multi-award winning network of free playgroups for Dads and Kids (aged 0-5). 10-11.30am today and every Saturday, Whale Arts, 30 Westburn Grove and The Prentice Centre, 1 Granton Mains Avenue (groups operate at...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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 MONDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2014Metals and Marble: an exhibition of contemporary metal and marble sculpture by Chris Muirhead and Simon Burns-Cox, displayed in the gallery with its 17th century Renaissance hand-painted ceiling. 9am-6pm today and everyday until 25th October 2014, Gladstone's...

Sunday in Edinburgh – what’s on today

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Art Maker: join the Art Maker Club and make your own masterpiece with artists Tessa Asquith-Lamb and Louise Fraser.  For ages4-12.  2-4pm (drop-in), Scottish National Gallery, The Mound. No booking required. Supported by the Friends of the National Galleries of Scotland.Riding...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER 2014Blackwell's Edinburgh presents The Monthly Book Quiz: if you know your Waugh from your Peace and your Meyer from your Heyer, try this monthly quiz.  Teams of up to five can...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Frisky Ducks and Other Poems and The Lucky Charm of Major Bessop: Mario Relich and Tom Hubbard launch their new works. Relich was born in Zagreb, grew up in Montreal and has lived most of his life in Edinburgh: he...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Bach Before Breakfast: John Bryden plays Bach and Shostakovich on the Cathedral Steinway. Coffee and croissants follow. 8.05-8.35am, St Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Place. Free: retiring collection.Mythical Maze Ceremony: have you completed the Challenge?  Come to the...

Thursday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Bach Before Breakfast: John Bryden plays Bach and Shostakovich on the Cathedral Steinway. Coffee and croissants follow. 8.05-8.35am every day until Friday 29th August, St Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Place. Free: retiring collection.Map Making: drop-in workshop for families...

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Bach Before Breakfast: John Bryden plays Bach and Shostakovich on the Cathedral Steinway. Coffee and croissants follow. 8.05-8.35am every day until Friday 29th August, St Mary's Cathedral, Palmerston Place. Free: retiring collection.Titian in Ten: ten minute pop-up...

Tuesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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eBook Surgery: get help with downloading free eBooks, audiobooks and emagazines. 2-3.30pm, Central Library, George IV Bridge. Free, no appointment required.Bach Before Breakfast: John Bryden plays Bach and Shostakovich on the Cathedral Steinway.  Coffee and croissants...

Monday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 Leith in World War One: Andrew Grant talks about the Home Front and what happened to the men who marched away. 6.30-7.30pm, Leith Library, 28-30 Ferry Road. Free but advance booking required: call 0131 529 5517 or...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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As we say goodbye to the festivals, there's still plenty on offer in the capital, and as ever, most of our listings are FREE! MONDAY 25TH AUGUST 2014Leith in World War One: Andrew Grant talks...

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