Edinburgh Science Teams Up with Hibernian FC with Beating the Energy Crisis

This October at Hibernian Football Club, Edinburgh Science charity presents Beating the Energy Crisis, an event aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and third sector organisations concerned about the increasing energy cost. This free and practical event held on Wednesday 26th October  will help attendees to: Gain a greater knowledge of practical tools whichContinue reading Edinburgh Science Teams Up with Hibernian FC with Beating the Energy Crisis

New Communities Programme Writer in Residence Announced by EIBF

Edinburgh International Book Festival (EIBF) has announced the appointment of award-winning short story writer and poet Chris Barkley as writer in residence for its Communities Programme at The Alternative School, that is part of the Spartans Community Football Academy. The Alternative School supports young people who find it challenging to cope with attending school and may be at risk of exclusion.Continue reading New Communities Programme Writer in Residence Announced by EIBF

Scottish Ensemble to Tour Scotland with New Musical Experience in Breathe

This October, Scottish Ensemble (SE) presents Breathe, a guided, deep listening event that provides audiences with a new and unusual classical music experience. Putting audiences up close with SE musicians, both groups can explore how they feel when in a live concert. This focused, intimate, and mindful listening experience comes off the back of SE’sContinue reading Scottish Ensemble to Tour Scotland with New Musical Experience in Breathe

Edinburgh International Book Festival Announces Communities Programme

As part of its longstanding Communities Programme, Edinburgh International Book Festival (EIBF), announces  a selection of events that will  take place during August at locations across the country, both live in-person and online. Underlining this year’s theme of All Together Now, a series of in-person author visits will take place in hospitals, libraries, schools, andContinue reading “Edinburgh International Book Festival Announces Communities Programme”

Edinburgh Festivals Launch Ambitious Vision for Future

For the first time in their long history, Edinburgh Festivals have come together with their stakeholders on the Edinburgh Festivals Forum to launch a joint Vision for the future. Launched in the festivals’ 75th anniversary year,Edinburgh: City of Imagination is a vision for a resilient and ambitious Festival City by 2030. The idea is basedContinue reading “Edinburgh Festivals Launch Ambitious Vision for Future”

Edinburgh International Culture Summit Focus On Culture and Education

Following last week’s announcement of the Sixth edition of the Edinburgh International Culture Summit (EICS),  the organisation can announce more details of the programme for the first full day of the event that will be dedicated to the exploration of Culture & Education. Culture & Education will examine the unique role the arts and the concept ofContinue reading “Edinburgh International Culture Summit Focus On Culture and Education”

Edinburgh International Book Festival Announces Permanent New Home

The Edinburgh International Book Festival (EIBF) has announced that for the next two years, the Book Festival will be held at the Edinburgh College of Art before moving to a brand new city centre venue in 2024. Building on the success of last year’s hybrid programme, this year will see the current site expand, withContinue reading “Edinburgh International Book Festival Announces Permanent New Home”

Free Tickets and Books for Kids Announced by Edinburgh International Book Festival

This year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival  (EIBF) Schools Programme will be entirely free thanks to Lead Sponsor Baillie Gifford. In addition to the free tickets, every child attending in person will receive a free book and free online resources on the EIBF  Learning site. The Baillie Gifford Schools Programme, that  is available to all primaryContinue reading “Free Tickets and Books for Kids Announced by Edinburgh International Book Festival”

Edinburgh International Book Festival Calls for Scotland’s Stories

Edinburgh International Book Festival (EIBF) has announced a new project that gathers  stories from and for people across Scotland in response to Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022. The year will spotlight, celebrate and promote the wealth of stories that are written or created in or inspired by Scotland.  Scotland’s Stories Now, that is supported byContinue reading “Edinburgh International Book Festival Calls for Scotland’s Stories”

Arts & Business Scotland Puts Sustainability Centre Stage This February 

In line with today’s expectation that businesses do their bit to help protect our environment, Arts & Business Scotland has put sustainability centre stage at this year’s Culture and Business Scotland Conference. Global asset management business Aviva Investors has partnered with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) to commission and perform a piece of music with the aim of Continue reading “Arts & Business Scotland Puts Sustainability Centre Stage This February ”