Review: Celtic Connections 2020 Highlights
Review: A visually spectacular retelling of this well-known fairytale.
Damm27 opened on Edinburgh’s Southside in April this year after an extensive refurbishment. Now a stylish, contemporary bar and bistro that offers all-day dining, with a menu inspired by classic European dishes – this is the very epitome of continental chic.
Wondering where to eat in Edinburgh this summer? We have rounded up the top 10 from tasting menus to sushi to the hottest new opening!
Artmag’s round-up of Festival eating and drinking hot spots.
The famous Oysterman from Oysterman Events will be sharing his delicious wares at Le Di-Vin on select Friday evenings.
Jun 26 – Aug 3
Performed amongst the beauty of Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens and in the Kibble Palace from 26 June – 3 August 2019, this year sees the group present a “Muse of Fire” programme, showcasing four of Shakespeare’s most iconic characters
The OUI Sessions will see weekly live music sessions every Friday and Saturday 6-8pm at the hotel’s OUIBar + KITCHN,
Nestled in a unique Tudor style building in Edinburgh’s chic Randolph Place, la P’tite Folie is a haven of fine French food and wine.
Aug 3 – 5
Scottish Ballet announced the exciting news that the company will be joined by Senior Guest Artist Cira Robinson for the world premiere of Helen Pickett’s “The Crucible”.
Review: The Magic Flute, Mozart’s magical singspiel rooted in fairy tale heroes and damsels in distress, is presented by Scottish Opera in Glasgow before touring Scotland and showing in London and Belfast later this year
Anthropocene, the acclaimed new work commissioned by Scottish Opera from composer Stuart MacRae and librettist Louise Welsh, will be available to watch on OperaVision from May.
May 24 – May 25
Scotland’s largest celebration of craft beer returns to Edinburgh this May with a special foodie focus, top-class music acts and a huge selection of craft beers from some of the world’s most innovative brewers.
Following overwhelming response from previous sell-out performances at Traverse Festival; Latitude Festival; and Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Locker Room Talk embarks on a Scottish tour, continuing a vital conversation about misogyny and masculinity which has only become even more urgent in present climes.
Edinburgh’s progressive Italian fine dining experience, Mono, has launched a casual enoteca menu for 2019.
Paul Wedgwood, Chef Patron, is hosting a wild foraging tour on Sunday 28th April. Guests will be treated to an unforgettable foodie tour of the Midlothian countryside, where they will discover the secret-world of edible possibilities.
Sir Thomas Allen’s five-star production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute returns to Scottish Opera in May, set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne.
Review: Rhiannon Giddens dazzled with the Celtic Connections Orchestra
Review: Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival, Celtic Connections celebrates Celtic music and its connections to cultures across the globe.
The sleek, retro-style aluminium caravan will be based in Falcon Square, Inverness from 10am to 5pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays into the spring
Until Feb 16
The production will star Nigel Havers, Denis Lawson and Stephen Tompkinson as Serge, Marc and Ivan respectively.
A brand new opportunity for aspiring theatre makers to develop their skills in Aberdeen will kick off with a four week workshop programme beginning next
until Dec 24
Featuring rhythmical text and a colourful interactive set, this lively performance envelopes children in an imaginatively changing world.
Nestled in a unique Tudor style building in Edinburgh’s Randolph Place, La P’tite Folie is a haven of fine French food and wine, and is sister to one of the most respected wine-bars in Edinburgh, Le Di Vin.
Packed with 52 mouth-watering recipes, this collection of Soups from Dundonian Greengrocer, Fraser Reid allows readers to celebrate the best seasonal produce and to use