Monthly Archives: April 2014

PHOTOS – Spring in Edinburgh 2014

Well we’ve been really lucky this week with all the spring sunshine. We’ve been out and about enjoying the weather and capturing Edinburgh on camera. And some lovely sunsets Tweet

View from Calton Hill

REVIEW – A Midsummer Night’s Dream, King’s Theatre


By Danielle Farrow Propeller’s all-male production of one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays is justly popular in its own right as a fast-paced, visually elegant and fun-packed event. As the different threads of challenged lovers, amateur actors and sparring fairies are mixed and mingled in court and woods, Edward Hall’s direction and the talented ensemble’s […]

FRINGE PREVIEW – Danny Bhoy, 12 Nights, 12 Charities

Danny Bhoy returns to the Edinburgh Fringe to raise money for local charities We do love comedy at the Fringe and were delighted to hear that Danny Bhoy is returning to perform this year. He’s back for a 12 night run at the Assembly Rooms in 12 Nights 12 Charities. Exactly as the title of […]

Edinburgh Fringe 2014

EVENT – Edinburgh Riding of the Marches, Sunday 7th September 2014

Edinburgh Riding of the Marches, Sunday 7th September 2014 Edinburgh Riding of the Marches to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War The Edinburgh Riding of the Marches will this year commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. In partnership with leading veterans’ charity Poppyscotland, over 300 riders led […]

Sunday 7th September 2014

FEATURE – Russell Ian Dempster mural for Leith Late

As part of Leith Late 2014, we spotted Russell Ian Dempster creating a beautiful piece of art on Henderson Street, Leith. We love all street art in Edinburgh and think this new addition to the area is fantastic. You really need to visit it in person to appreciate the size and detail in the artwork. […]

A close up of the finished piece

PHOTO – Spring in the Botanics

We visit the Royal Botanical Gardens at least once a week throughout the year, but spring is our favourite time of year to enjoy this gorgeous green space in Edinburgh. The stunning gardens are open from 10am until 6pm (until the end of September) and are free to visit. Tweet

Beautiful blossom