The Latest from Lothian Life
Euan Fairholm, a 20 year-old student at Glasgow University and from Edinburgh, has won a place in the final nine of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering’s ‘Create the Trophy’ competition.
Conservation charity, the National Trust for Scotland is inviting amateur archaeologists to come along and get their hands dirty as it seeks to uncover the hidden secrets of the Newhailes estate, from Thursday 18 September to Monday 22 September.
A Scottish premiere solo exhibition of prints by Japanese artist Nana Shiomi includes new work commissioned and published by Edinburgh Printmakers.
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The Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh presents the World Premiere of Kill Johnny Glendenning by DC Jackson
A comedy of fatal errors.
“You died as you lived – an extra in a second rate James Cagney picture being recreated by halfwits and junkies.”
Andrew MacPherson has many legitimate business interests: a security firm, taxis, a couple of Renfrewshire bus routes, several pubs and even a secret shareholding in Rangers. Read the rest of this entry »