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Offer on Reflexology for pensioners in Muirhouse

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Reflexology/Massage special Offer 23  – 27 Sept 2013 Chritina Fragulea (Resident Masseur/Reflexologist at the Muirhouse Millennium Centre is offering the following Special Offer for pensioners: 20% off all treatments   All treatments and prices can be viewed on...

Meet Paul Michael Glaser with Edinburgh’s Waverley Care

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Paul Michael Glaser who played Starsky in Starsky and Hutch is coming to Edinburgh to appear in Fiddler on the Roof. While he is in the capital he will appear on stage in a...

Edinburgh Quartet announce a few surprises for their new season

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You are warned to expect the unexpected in the 2013/14 season when the Edinburgh Quartet get under way.   The quartet launches its 2013/14 season in Edinburgh on Wednesday 9 October at the Queen’s Hall and in Glasgow on Saturday 12 October at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, both...

Portobello Book Festival – The Edinburgh Reporter top five

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Portobello Book Festival is organised by local enthusiasts and Portobello Library, and as you might think, the events take place in Portobello over four different venues. There is also a festival café at the Old Parish...

New Allan Ramsay exhibition at Scottish National Gallery next month

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BIRTHDAY OF SCOTLAND’S GREATEST 18TH CENTURY ARTIST TO BE CELEBRATED IN NEW DISPLAY Allan Ramsay at 300 19 October 2013 – 4 February 2014 Scottish National Gallery, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL Telephone: 0131 624 6200 | Admission...

Book tickets for the Warhol Exhibiton at The Scottish Parliament

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Book your ‘tickets’ now for the new Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics exhibition which will run at the Scottish Parliament from 5 October 2013- 3 November 2013. The exhibition contains significant pieces of Andy...

Newbattle Abbey College to host first ever wedding fair

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Newbattle Abbey is preparing to open its doors to couples planning to get married for its first ever wedding fair on Sunday, 22 September 2013 from 1-5pm. Entry to the event, which is being...

Antenatal YogaBellies For Pregnancy Classes

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  Hi Edinburgh Mummies! First of all congratulations on being pregnant ! My name is Rosy and I am a YogaBellies perinatal teacher and I offer Pregnancy Yoga classes in these following venues, days and...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 REVIEW – Secrets of the Elders of Zion **

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Secrets of the Elders of Zion Paradise in the Vault, Edinburgh (until Aug 26) ** One hundred and ten years after The Protocols of the Elders of Zion alleged a Jewish conspiracy to dominate the world, Hayden...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013 REVIEW – Brett Goldstein Contains Scenes of an Adult Nature...

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by Lee Levitt   Brett Goldstein Contains Scenes of an Adult Nature Pleasance Beneath, Edinburgh (until Aug 26) **** An anguished soul struggling to stay afloat amid a sea of internet pornography is how Brett Goldstein comes across in...

5 Things You Need To Know This Record Store Day

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  Avalanche - Voxbox - Elvis Shakespeare - Underground Solushn - Vinyl Villains Saturday 20 April is the sixth annual Record Store Day, a celebration of the UK’s independent record stores. All over the country, artists,...

Go karting for CHAS!

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Xtreme Karting Race Ahead for CHAS Xtreme Karting is holding a Team Endurance style race event at its centre in Newbridge, Edinburgh on 20 March to raise money for Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS). This will...

Public Meeting about Welfare Reform Act

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 A Public Meeting is being held at Portobello Town Hall on Friday 7 September 2012 at 7.30pm to consider the effects of The Welfare Reform Act. The meeting is open to all. A group...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Vitamin****

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Vitamin Venue 124, Zoo The blurb for Carlo Jacucci's innovative one-man show tantalises with a vague description: "...the character is a man who preaches from a book he never read, he becomes a captain, an accordionist,...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Nikotine***

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Nikotine Venue 29, Paradise in the Vault Nikolai Nikotine has few pleasures in life: his pet mouse, dreams and ambitions which have gone unfulfilled, and cigarettes. It was his wife's idea for Nikolai to deliver a...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Blind ****

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The Blind Venue 311, Old College Quad As the sun begins to set and the audience gathers round the atmospheric Old College Quad, brightly dressed women emerge from the crowd, pair off with dashing men and...

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Sophie Shadow ***

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Sophie Shadow Venue 29, Paradise in the Vault, Merchant Street Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre may be young, but this is their fifth year on the Fringe so it's reasonable  to consider them veterans. Past productions have...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review – Pinocchio – Adventures in the Metropolis **

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Pinocchio: Adventures in the Metropolis theSpace @ Venue45 ReShape Theatre's update on Pinocchio promises "stunning lifelike puppetry, moving urban sets and engrossing digital soundscapes."  It's a description that sounds intriguing, but ultimately fails to deliver. The conceit...

Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Turn of the Screw****

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The Turn of the Screw Venue 82, Zoo Southside Henry James' classic The Turn of the Screw is one of the great ghost stories, a psychological thriller that mesmerises with its ambiguity. The story is one of...

Edinburgh Fringe Interview: Jeff Achtem

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Since first arriving on the Fringe in 2009, Jeff Achtem has built a solid reputation for innovative and visually arresting family theatre. Appearing this year with cinematic new show Slapdash Galaxy as well as...

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Billy the Mime ****

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Billy the Mime Venue 88, Just the Tonic at the Caves If you believe some subjects are too serious to joke about, then Billy the Mime is probably best avoided. The show involves a number of  brief...

Review: Edinburgh Festival Fringe: Jonny Woo: Wonder Woo-Man

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Jonny Woo:Wonder Woo-Man, Assembly Festival Venue 3, Assembly George Square Jonny Woo takes to the stage in crystal-encrusted stilettoes, a huge hat bristling with ostrich feathers, and a tailored jacket covered in pearlescent sequins. Yet it...

Hot Tickets for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012

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by Julie Dawson Hot 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,...

Ten things to do in Edinburgh in April 2012

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Edinburgh Schools are on holiday from 30 March until 17 April 2012, so the roads should be a little quieter for you commuters into the city. *** Just after the end of the holidays - but...

The Edinburgh Reporter Guide to What’s on in December part 2 – 23-31 December...

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23 December 2011 There are events on in Princes Street most days this month and you can find out about those at the Edinburgh's Christmas website. At The Cameo tonight you can see It's a Wonderful...

The Edinburgh Reporter Guide to what’s on in December 2011

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1 December 2011 Today you can start buying tickets online for The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2012 on the official website. But if you are in festive mode rather than thinking ahead to next year, then all...

Musselburgh goes flat out for record crowd on Ladies Day

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It’s still seven months away but tickets for Scotland’s most popular racing event, Musselburgh Ladies Day, have gone on sale as the course announces a packed 2012 fixture list featuring 15 flat and 9...

Christmas tree goes up at The Mound

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It took  six workers, a crane and the co-operation of the citizens of Bergen and Edinburgh to once again raise a Norwegian Christmas Tree on Edinburgh's Mound today. Carefully preparation of the tree, donated by Bergens's Hordaland Community Council, allowed...

The Edinburgh Reporter Guide to what’s on in September 2011

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Archaeology Scotland Month 2011 Throughout September Archaeology Scotland will be hosting free events for all at archaeological attractions across Edinburgh and Lothians. Scottish Archaeology Month presents a host of fun days, re-enactments, exhibitions and open...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe review: Fe Fi Fo Fun, Go and see this ‘Canadiun’! (*****)

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Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones. Underbelly Pasture August 15 @ 2.20pm/August 16 @ 6.30pm All ages. Wowing delighted audiences young and old with his esoteric shadow-puppet paraphernalia, the Canadian-born, goggle-eyed potty Professor maestro of imaginary manipulation, Jeff Achtem, is...

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