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We Are Scientists live, bright and early

24th Oct @ The Liquid Rooms With doors opening at 6:30pm and the first support playing at 6:45pm, the Liquid Rooms are clearly demonstrating that live music is not their…

Fractal Club: starting something

22nd Oct @ The Mash House Loft, Edinburgh Clubbing in Edinburgh can be a notoriously fickle affair. Many of the variables that give Edinburgh its signature charm conspire against a…

Whodunit? Nobody knows! Christie’s Mousetrap returns to Edinburgh

To mark its 60th anniversary, the world’s longest-running stage play The Mousetrap is on tour. With a vibrant cast and an incredibly sturdy and realistic set, this show certainly has…

Report: Capitals miss out on four-point weekend

Edinburgh Capitals missed the opportunity to make it a four-point weekend as they were beaten 4-1 by Gardiner Conference rivals Manchester Storm at Murrayfield Ice Rink. It was the Storm’s…

Oh, the Horror! Gothic Literature and the Edinburgh Horror Festival

Murder, an evil doppelganger and narrow, foggy streets – even though Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic horror novel The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde consists of rather simple…

I Still Believe in Miracles: Inverleith House Set to Close

Inverleith House’s latest exhibition I Still Believe in Miracles is a celebration of the gallery’s last thirty years, combining art and botany in a diverse array of contemporary sculpture and…

History Machines: Donovan and Siegel

Perhaps you’re reading this on paper, or maybe you’re reading this on a screen. A lot of significant things have happened over a significant amount of time, to get you…

Alice Neel at Talbot Rice

Alice Neel’s portrait paintings are immediately distinguishable; solid blue outlines tracing patches of vivid colour, expertly capturing her subjects in their most candid moments that give us insight into their…