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Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019: Anna & Helen

A packed auditorium at teatime on a humid Saturday, and the audience would need a show to help break through that difficult period of afternoon fatigue before the evening Fringe revelry kicks in. Step forward Anna and Helen, with their…

National Museum of Scotland – August 2019

Usually I’m diving into the National Museum of Scotland to avoid the terrible Edinburgh weather, but unusually at the start of the Fringe festival and a busy time on the surrounding streets of the city its great to head away…

Timandra Harkness – Edinburgh Fringe Festival

When you have a long, hot Saturday in front of you watching a wide range of comedy and theatre shows, it’s nice to start the day with something different and quirky.  TIMANDRA HARKNESS – TAKE A RISK certainly fits into…

Rabbies

Judging by the group who were with me today on the RABBIES LOCH NESS, GLENCOE AND HIGHLANDS TOUR the profile of the traveller today was a tourist based in Edinburgh for a limited amount of time who wanted to experience…

Skogr

Interest in Norse related pastimes is at an all time high thanks to TV shows such as the Vikings, and an enjoyable related pastime is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, namely axe throwing. Edinburgh is no stranger to this…

Monkey Barrel

The Monkey Barrel is a comedy gig venue nestled nicely alongside Hunter Square just off the Royal Mile and convenient for the lively Cowgate experience which tends to cater for a younger energetic crowd.  This probably explains the audience make…

Three Sisters – St Patricks Day

If you are planning to visit Edinburgh on the night of St Patricks day in future years to come, and you enjoy a lively evenings entertainment, then the place you may want to head for is the Three Sisters bar,…

La Belle Angele – Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club

If you are looking to extend your evening in Edinburgh into the wee small hours I can certainly recommend La Belle Angele.  Nestled on the lively Cowgate street amidst several lively bars, clubs and some fine eating establishments you can…

National Museum of Scotland: Robots

Another visit for me to the National Museum of Scotland, a place which must be a haven for thousands of tourists stranded in Edinburgh’s icy windy blast and permanent drizzle.  So much to see in a cosy environment and its…

Museum Of The Moon

It was a typical January evening in Edinburgh city centre.  The cold windy chill blasted across my face, causing me to walk hunch shouldered, ahead of me the beautiful architecture on the Royal Mile glistened as the drizzle crystallised onto…