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Hidden Gardens of the Royal Mile

Hidden Gardens of the Royal Mile

Take an easy walking tour to discover a little-known side of Edinburgh's Old Town: behind the historic buildings find the surprising number of gardens and green nooks and crannies, all with a story to tell. You'll hear about grand gardens of the past, enjoy productive community gardens created by today's residents, and take a breather in a beautiful space laid out and planted as a 17th century Scots town garden. Up to one mile of mainly pavement walking; some slopes and cobbled surfaces. Ends Continue Reading

Edinburgh Tour and Whisky Tasting

Edinburgh Tour and Whisky Tasting

Join a small group tour of Edinburgh's historic Old Town, followed by a tutored tasting of four Scotch whiskies. We'll explore the Canongate and Holyrood areas of the Royal Mile, with highlights including the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the new Scottish Parliament building, before enjoying a masterclass in Scotch whisky from the connoisseurs at Jeffrey St. Whisky and Tobacco – it's the perfect flavour combination of Scottish history and culture! 'If you like walking tours and love whisky, this Continue Reading

Obfuscation

Obfuscation

In an age of disinformation, this seminar teaches you how to stop telling people what you think and start telling them what they think. But when truth becomes slippery, who can be trusted? Are the instructors plotting a nefarious scheme or just trying to find a word for love that hasn’t lost its meaning? Either way, if you forget your name, an extra will be provided. Continue Reading

Man and Boy

Man and Boy

Robert Cole is a journalist, father and poet. Maurice is his son. Their show is a reflective, thought-provoking 50 minutes of poetry and music. The main source of material is Robert's newly published slim volume titled London Poems. The work will make you smile hopefully but be warned, the words have depth. Robert's poetic heroes are John Keats, TS Eliot, Philip Larkin, UA Fanthorpe and Adrian Mitchell. The show is staged with a simplicity that matches the thoughts and feelings in the poetry. Continue Reading

Dirty Bitches

Dirty Bitches

This play tells the story of Sophia, a street prostitute, and Serephina, a high class escort. These two women, both in their mid sixties, are coerced by Royston into meeting each other for the first time, or so they think. He has known each of them for most of their lives and has formed an emotional attachment to both. Through formative events, we find out how Serephina came to choose her destiny, while Sophia allowed destiny to claim her. This evocative story is both tragic and funny. Continue Reading

Schiz

Schiz

Benjamin Teel, a paranoid schizophrenic, believes he is responsible for the murder of millions. Millions who now want him to pay for his sins. Within his mental chaos he finds a lifeline in daily sessions with psychoanalyst Carolyn Wakefield. She offers him comfort and understanding, and slowly the boundaries of their relationship start to blur. But dependency is a dangerous thing, and for Benjamin the line between friendship and obsession is fickle. When Carolyn announces her case reassignment, Continue Reading

Absolute Improv!

Absolute Improv!

Edinburgh’s own improv comedy theatre company return for more five-star improv comedy fun! Official edfringe sell-out four years running, top Scottish and international improvisers create fast-paced, hilarious improv sketches based on your suggestions (à la Whose Line is it Anyway?). Celebrating our 7th year at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, be sure to arrive ready to shout out odd and wonderful ideas, and together we'll create some comedy gold! An Edinburgh Fringe sell-out Continue Reading

Forever Plaid

Forever Plaid

This fun filled revue is choke-full of classic barbershop quartet-style harmonies and pitch-perfect melodies! The show pays homage to the close-harmony guy groups that reached the height of their popularity during the 1950s. Personifying the clean-cut genre are the Plaids. This quartet of high school chums' dreams of recording an album ended in death in a collision with a bus filled with Catholic schoolgirls on their way to see the Beatles' American debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. The revue Continue Reading

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