Rowan Anderson


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.

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Bethan Langford (Second Lady), Jeni Bern (First Lady) and Sioned Gwen Davies (Third Lady) in The Magic Flute. Scottish Opera 2019. Credit James Glossop

Scottish Opera: The Magic Flute

Until 29 June 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

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Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival

Edinburgh Craft Beer Festival

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.

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Locker Room Talk

Lemon Tree, Aberdeen: Locker Room Chat

April 19th

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.

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Wedgewood Restaurant

Wedgwood wild food foraging experience

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.

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La P’tite Folie

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.

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