Edinburgh’s first new concert hall in more than a century will provide performance space for a range of musical styles.
EIFF: closing gala night Edinburgh International Film Festival closed with a final red carpet premiere which drew a host of top stars – and a stag party outing. Janes Horrocks, Rupert Graves and Nathaniel Parker were among those at the opening night of Swimming with Men, a comedy directed by the BAFTA nominated Oliver Parker […]
Film: Rupert Everett on his new Wilde biopic Casually dressed in a white sweatshirt, jeans and sneakers, an unshaven Rupert Everett is in the entrance lobby at the Glasgow Film Theatre thanking filmgoers for turning up on an unusually hot night in the city. They have come to see a screening of The Happy Prince, […]
Edinburgh International Festival has announced 15,000 free tickets for the opening spectacular which this year marks marks the centenary of the end of the First World War and celebrates Scotland’s Year of Young People. It is sponsored again by Standard Life under its new Aberdeen Standard Investments branding. The company has renewed its backing for a […]
An exceptional library of historic photographs, capturing a century of life in Scotland, has been acquired for £1 million from a private collector. The acquisition followed a rare collaboration between the National Library of Scotland and the National Galleries of Scotland. It contains more than 14,000 images – dating from the earliest days of photography […]