Frank Sinatra is one of those rare artists that is universally loved and respected by all.
In a world where debt, identity crisis and prejudice are factors towards the term ‘Broken Britain’, it is more difficult than ever for young people to succeed.
It’s less than a year to go until TV screens will be fixed on the Olympics and Paralympics in Rio.
Whenever you’re waiting for your next train on the platform, do you imagine yourself having a connection with the person standing next to you? Do you imagine having any common gr…
A cabaret full of birds falling in love with each other? Embrace the madness if you will, and your heart will certainly be warmed by Robert J.
Smooth Faced Gentlemen have subverted the original performance conditions of Shakespeare’s plays, which were all-male productions, and have tackled his bloodiest tragedy, Titus A…
Only in Edinburgh could you start your morning off having breakfast while watching some theatre.
In her one-woman play, Portrait, Racheal Ofori fuses poetry, music and monologues as she gives her take on the perception of role models and cultural stereotypes with black women i…
Collegiate a cappella has become a major trend in recent years at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The Great British Bake Off – what’s not to love? Cake, puns galore and HRH Mary Berry showing her soft spot for gin.
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