It’s never easy to predict the Scottish weather. But Suggs is confident his band’s forthcoming gig at Princes Street Gardens will be warmer than their last visit there.
Midge Ure says he’s part of the generation that never grew up – and that’s why so many wrinkly rock stars are still going strong.
Magician James Phelan hopes the Edinburgh crowds will like his show – a lot – when he makes his Fringe debut later this month.
“Fame came along like a rolling stone growing bigger and getting faster:” Lisa Stansfield on her whirlwind career
As she sings on her most famous song, Lisa Stansfield has been around the world.
Lindisfarne is one of the most magical and historic places on the British Isles.
Motherhood? It’s a funny old world… We talk to three comedians putting that to the test on the Edinburgh Fringe stage
It’s often been said a good sense of humour is necessary for being a parent.
Having another hit album is certainly cause for celebration.
Life could have been much different for Braveheart actor Angus Macfadyen had he followed his original career path.
It will be more T-shirts and light-up trainers than dinner suits and evening gowns among the audience of Scottish Ballet’s latest production.
Brothers in art behind Tunnock’s stunners reveal how the sights, sounds and smells of Fife hometown sparked creativity
Sometimes, now and again, a place and a time come together and something magical happens.
Paul McCartney sang of “smiles in the sunshine and tears in the rain, still take me back where my memories remain.”