An Edinburgh Festival play adapted and written by Syrian refugees living in Glasgow will go ahead despite funding fears.
EDINBURGH residents and visitors are being encouraged to carry out small acts of kindness during the festival season.
Here’s one we made later: Blue Peter favourites on hitting the Edinburgh Festival stage in tribute to much-loved show
IT was the show that had generations of children glued to the box – while fankled up in yards of sticky-back plastic.
The Great British Bake Off exit from BBC was ‘difficult’ but necessary to pay for other shows, says content director
LETTING The Great British Bake Off leave the BBC for Channel 4 was a “difficult moment” but had to be done to pay for other shows, the director of BBC content has said.
SOME of the biggest names in British TV will discuss the state of the industry as the Edinburgh International Television Festival gets under way today.
WITH 'the face of Sam Smith and the voice of Frank Spencer', 21-year-old comedian Tom Lucy offers a sparkling mix of youth and slightly old-fashioned comedy.
EDINBURGH bursts into life in the summer months as the world and his wife descends upon Auld Reekie.
'MY back's sore, complained my companion upon leaving the circus tent, 'I've never been so still and tense in all my life!'
COMEDIAN Pierre Novellie has a French first name, an Italian surname, is South African and grew up on the Isle of Man.
THE Edinburgh International Book Festival opens this weekend with speakers including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Paul Auster, Zadie Smith, Richard Ford, Andrew O'Hagan and Ali Smith.