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Scotland’s Festival of Light Returns

SPECTRA, Aberdeen’s multi award-winning festival of light and sound, returns to light up the Granite City from Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 February 2023. Multi...

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North East Scotland's very own Nathalie Ahmadzadeh has been selected for the Glasgow Film Festival's New Talent Mentorship Programme. Nathalie, an emerging Swedish-Azari Iranian screenwriter, is being paired with Alice Birch, playwright and screenwriter, best known...

Most Stunning Christmas Markets in Scotland: Don’t Miss Out on the 2022 Festive Fun!

2022 Christmas Markets in Scotland Get ready to be blown away by the most amazing Christmas markets in Scotland! From Edinburgh's iconic markets to the ethical fair in Dundee, these are the must-see events of the season....

Lammermuir Festival Opens Today

The Lammermuir Festival opens today with a rich and ambitious programme of beautiful music in beautiful places. The festival runs until 19 September, featuring 35 live performances at 17 venues across East Lothian, allowing audiences to...

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SPECTRA, Aberdeen’s multi award-winning festival of light and sound, returns to light up the Granite City from Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 February 2023. Multi award-winning festival of light will shine on the City from 09 –...

Bringing Holiday Joy: An Interview with the City of Edinburgh Council Concierge

Highrise homes are being made merry and bright this winter thanks to big-hearted Council worker Billy McGhee. For the past 35 years, Billy has been employed as a concierge officer in Council blocks, and has dedicated much...

Ukrainian Community in Edinburgh Recognised with a Ceremonial Tree on Behalf of the Late HM The Queen

Today at Calton Hill, alongside the Holodomor Stone which commemorates the estimated seven million Ukrainian victims of the forced famine of 1932-1933, a ceremonial Rowan Tree was planted and dedicated to Edinburgh’s Ukrainian community. This tree was...

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Scotland’s Festival of Light Returns

SPECTRA, Aberdeen’s multi award-winning festival of light and sound, returns to light up the Granite City from Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 February 2023. Multi award-winning festival of light will shine on the City from 09 –...
Highrise homes are being made merry and bright this winter thanks to big-hearted Council worker Billy McGhee. For the past 35 years, Billy has been employed as a concierge officer in Council blocks, and has dedicated much...

Ukrainian Community in Edinburgh Recognised with a Ceremonial Tree on Behalf of the Late HM The Queen

Today at Calton Hill, alongside the Holodomor Stone which commemorates the estimated seven million Ukrainian victims of the forced famine of 1932-1933, a ceremonial Rowan Tree was planted and dedicated to Edinburgh’s Ukrainian community. This tree was...

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