Monthly Archives: November 2013

REVIEW – LIMBO, Edinburgh’s Christmas


Edinburgh’s Christmas has been sparkly and magic many times before — but one thing it has perhaps never been is sexy. That changes this year with the appearance of the fiery, feisty and flirtatious LIMBO, a physical circus spectacular running in the Paradiso Spiegeltent in St Andrew Square. Step into the tent and you could […]

EXHIBITION – Reflections on a City, Jamie Primrose

Two years in the planning and celebrating his 10th anniversary of exhibiting, Reflections on a City is something of a landmark for Edinburgh painter Jamie Primrose. Showing in the expansive space of the Dovecot Studios on Infirmary Street, the exhibition allows Primrose to showcase his love for his home city through a series of evocative […]

FEATURE – ‘Leith Walkers’ & 2014 Edinburgh exhibition

A new photo website ‘Leith Walkers’ captures the characters that stroll up and down Leith Walk, Edinburgh We first became aware of Leith Walkers when they started to follow us on twitter. A quick click to their website and we were hooked. What a great idea to capture all the interesting characters that stroll up […]

EXHIBITION – Ingrid Nilsson ‘Work from 2013’ at Bon Papillon, Edinburgh

Ingrid Nilsson’s ‘Work from 2013’ exhibits at Bon Papillon It is now two and a half years since Bon Papillon opened its doors on Howe Street, in Edinburgh’s historic art quarter, where it has established itself as a New Town institution and trailblazer of the multi-tasking business. When not serving tables or knocking out espressos, […]

REVIEW – Eat, Pray, Laugh! Barry Humphries’ Farewell Tour


Witnessing the first half of Barry Humphries’ feted farewell tour is a little like stepping into a time machine. One which whisks the audience back to a time when jingoism and racism were fair game for comedians, and when jokes about flatulence raised the roof. Most of this is thanks to Humphries’ infamous Sir Les […]