A beautifully lilting account of a pilgrimage across the Outer Hebrides
Renowned author’s intimate pilgrimage and in-depth depiction of Saint Cuthbert
Evocative debut collection from Shetlandic poet.
Artful but bleak black and white biopic of Romy Schneider
Tamsin Grainger introduces her session at the upcoming Audacious Women festival
Exploring the stories and power of pattern
Ingenuity and cunning are used to hilarious effect.
A vast range of bird life in a wide range of methodolgies at the RSA
Yayoi Kusama wishes “for life’s bright sunshine” in new documentary about her life and work
An unfortunate turn of events prevent this flamboyant play on McGonagall’s work from reaching the poet’s legendary status.
New collection of fables mingle Burmese folk tales with storytelling traditions around the world.
Folk stalwart’s seventh album is balm for the soul
Legal activist and strident protector of human rights writes about her background and beliefs
Reclaiming the ‘d’ word at Death on the Fringe and the Book Festival
The Goddess of “the listening cure” at the Book festival
Revolting Women panel addresses the DNA of colonialist institutions
Leslie Mannés becomes a veritable scarlet Amazon
A relaxing, entertaining, and thought-provoking Book Festival event
Bleak, uninteresting, monotonous it is meant to be – it succeeds
“I suppose women are people after all” accepts Asquith.
Not your average traipse round the block at the Book Festival
Tales of walking and love at the Edinburgh International Book Festival
Scottish pop anthems to sing along to at Leith Theatre
Advice on the art of dying by “an old bugger”.