Eclectic array of writers descend on the Highlands for the Ullapool Book Festival.
Two serial killing doctors – Shipman and Adams – come under the microscope in the RCPE’s latest lecture
Syphilis – not everyone’s idea for a great night out, but Ryan Latto finds the RCPE lecture on it fascinating
Tamsin Grainger introduces her session at the upcoming Audacious Women festival
Sarah Howells explores creative non-fiction whilst coaxing everyone to tell their story.
As a former nurse, Ryan Latto can’t help but be sceptical of the alternative remedies on offer at Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms
Edinburgh Festival closes in spectacular style with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Editor Robert Peacock makes his first foray into the realm of kids’ shows with his 11-month old
Vigorous discussions from the four shortlisted Highland Book Prize nominees.
Citadel Arts collate the memories of a lost industry for posterity
Ryan Latto encounters the Jacobites at the NMS latest evening event
With the dust settled, our writer Emma Mackenzie reflects on her first Fringe.
A Lego city is created in the historic surrounds of Riddle’s Court.
What happened when our editor was shoved in a lift with some performers?
Part two of our film editor’s festival diary
Jan Simpson dabbles in Doric at an excellent creative writing workshop at Granite Noir.
Fox and Orchid Theatre’s Invi Brenna on the motivation behind bringing Little Wolfie to the Fringe
Co-artistic Director of Hot Coals Theatre on why accessibility needn’t be an afterthought.
Social, creative session makes pub-going productive.
Bethany Leger tells the story of what is was like learning ballet as an adult.