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Roger Moore with Liam Rudden

Liam Rudden: Farewell Sir Roger Moore, best bond by far

Robin Kingsland and Sara Stewart in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Explosive double-act is mesmerising


Anastacia, the mega-voice sings out at the Usher Hall


Review: Glory On Earth - Light and poetic history play is atmospheric treat


Meet Edinburgh actress Sara Stewart, Batman’s mum

Liam Rudden

Liam Rudden: Chilling nature of killer attraction

Leith Theatre has stood abandoned in the Capital for some 28 years. Picture; Jon Savage

Derelict Leith theatre to open up for Edinburgh Festival

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Adam, the story of an Egypt-born "boy trapped in a girl's body," will be part of the Made in Scotland showcase at the Fringe.

Line-up revealed for Scottish showcase at Edinburgh Fringe

Amy Macdonald will be among the artists appearing at the Freemasons Hall on George Street during this year's Fringe.

Amy Macdonald, Judy Murray and David Mach lined up for Fringe venue

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The Rosie Kay Dance Company's show 5 Soldiers: The Body will be one of five productions at the Army's new Fringe venue.

Army reveals line-up of shows for first ever Fringe venue

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St Andrew Square in festival Bloom despite Fringe ban

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Edinburgh’s Calton Hill ablaze for 30th Beltane Festival

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Global festivals celebration to mark Edinburgh Fringe's 70th birthday

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Craig Ferguson to make Fringe comeback after more than 20 years

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There's so much to see and do in Paris.

Travel: Walking on air in beautiful city with so much to see...

A circular carpet of dancing flames will create a "fire garden" for the new Christmas at the Botanics event.

Concert promoters reveal plans for Botanics event in Edinburgh

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Travel: Bay Hotel, Kinghorn, Fife

The Swan Hotel.

Travel review: Wonderful Welsh weekend in the ‘Town of Books’ - Hay-on-Wye

American author Diana Gabaldon has sold more than 28 million copies of her Outlander novels.

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon to appear at National Museum

Pupils at St Mary's, Scotland's only independent specialist music school, launched the campaign for a new home at the old Royal High School.

New campaign to turn old Royal High School into world-class concert hall

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Travel: Seattle do very nicely for a buzzing city break


Gardyloo! New kids tour boasts ghosts and gore


Global festivals celebration to mark Edinburgh Fringe's 70th birthday

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Law Holt features in The Eclectica Experiment

Black Bottle’s eclectic entertainment set to bring The Caves alive

The Caves, Blair Street

Liam Rudden: A tale of cocktails and curious caves

Atul Kochhar

Food & Drink: Kochhar’s curry recipes that are ready in minutes

An international medics panel has released new evidence which suggests that cheese might be better for you than previously thought. Picture: Shutterstock

Eating cheese is better for you than previously thought, says medics panel

Tennent's has enlisted Barack No-Bama, one of the UK's top Obama impersonators, to help launch their new campaign. Picture: Tennent's

Tennent’s take over Edinburgh ahead of Barack Obama visit

Inside the Leitheatre

Take a look behind the scenes at one of the Capital hidden gems

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Edinburgh student designs mat for refugees

The Festival of Museums at the Edinburgh's Anatomical Museum with Grace Robertson, 9, Evie Mason, 8

Spend three days (but no nights) in Capital’s many museums

Knockhill offers high octane thrills. Picture: Contributed.

7 great family days out in Scotland

The Edinburgh Playing Out Streets scheme is to be relaunched next month. Picture: Toby Williams

Simplified Edinburgh street play scheme set for relaunch

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Nearly half of children believe they should be getting more pocket money. (PA Photo/thinkstockphotos)

Pocket money highest since 2007 - but children demand more

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Sara Stewart back home in Edinburgh at the King's Theatre. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Meet Edinburgh actress Sara Stewart, Batman’s mum

The villainous Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem) faces Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush).

Cinema and TRAILER: Mucking about on the high seas is nothing to complain about