Thursday May 10th

Viva's Scary Dairy Campaign

MooFree May Day!
Vegans ask the people of Edinburgh to ditch dairy in ‘MooFree May’ May 19 2018 11am – 2pm As part of vegan charity Viva!’s Scary Dairy campaign, this May they are organsing a nationwide initiative called ‘MooFree May’ – which focuses on encouraging the public to ditch dairy and try delicious dairy-free alternatives. On Saturday […]

Wednesday May 9th

Traverse Theatre Box Office

Traverse Theatre Up Coming
The Traverse Theatre announces Mouthpiece and Arctic Oil – the centrepieces of its autumn/winter 2018 season Traverse artistic director Orla O’loughlin directs a frank look at class and culture in Edinburgh in Kieran Hurley’s Mouthpiece Traverse associate director Gareth Nicholls directs Clare Duffy’s Arctic Oil – a powerful story of a mother/daughter relationship shaken up by climate change The two centrepiece […]

Illustration credit: Jon Bishop

Celebrate Bookbug Week
Celebrate Bookbug Week on 14-20 May 2018 Take part in Bookbug Week with us by joining in with a whole week of FREE, special events taking place all over Scotland for families with babies and young children. This year’s theme is Bookbug’s Friends, and there will be a whole host of fun story, song and […]

Vincent Langaard: Amour-Ptopre

DOK Art Space Exhibition
Vincent Langaard: Amour-Propre The work Langaard is preseningt at this exhibition is aimed to circle notions relating to the ssef. He has manifested singular aspects, hypothetical instances and existential reflections from his own life. With a noticeable emphasis on exaggerated contrasts between vibrant colors and otherwise despondent topics; furnishing a deliberate collision of impressions that […]

Thursday Dec 7th

Roger Mayne, Children Playing on a Lorry, 1958. © Katkin Tremayne

When We Were Young
The magic and wonder of childhood will be the subject of a new exhibition of photographs at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery (SNPG) this autumn. When We Were Young will delve into the rich collection of the National Galleries of Scotland to explore how the lives of children have fascinated photographers from the earliest days […]

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