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Glamis Prom announces line up

Glamis Proms have announced the artists taking to the stage for this year’s lavish concert and have promised a spectacular evening of beautiful music featuring The...

Adagio Edinburgh celebrate a legacy of hospitality at the Old Sailor’s Ark

Adagio Edinburgh Royal Mile, which has opened inside Edinburgh’s renowned Old Sailor’s Ark building on the Royal Mile, has launched a campaign to gather memories...
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Crowd funding campaign launched to help bring derelict Leith theatre back to life

A local non-profit arts festival is setting its sights on raising ÂŁ20,000 to help restore the old Leith Theatre in Edinburgh to a fully functioning...

Get connected

Europe’s biggest science festival invites audiences to Get Connected as it explores what it means to live in the Information Age. Running now until 16...
LEAPING WILLOWS: (l-r) Hayley Cottle (6), Katie Wark (6), Amilia Wark (4) Murrin Houston (6) celebrate the arrival of a 7ft willow unicorn at Crawick Multiverse, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland. The sculpture, handmade by willow artist Woody Fox, has been created to  mark Scotland’s links to the mythical creature as part of National Unicorn Day (9 April). Visitors to the popular attraction will be able to meet the new addition throughout the coming months. In honour of National Unicorn Day, VisitScotland is challenging people across the country to embark on their own unicorn hunt and take a quest in search of tributes to our national animal.
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New sculpture is mane attraction this National Unicorn Day

A new sculpture celebrating Scotland’s national animal will be unveiled one of the country’s leading art attractions this week. The 7ft unicorn sculpture, designed and...

The strange but true Scottish facts that aren’t April Fools

It a national day for practical jokes and elaborate fibs, but this April Fool’s Day (Saturday 1st April), VisitScotland is celebrating the weird and wonderful...

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Skotch and Sketch at The Glasshouse, Edinburgh

Grant Dickie heads to a Skotch and Sketch workshop at The Glasshouse, in Edinburgh, to taste their latest dram and try his hand at sketching. ...
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The Macallan to open new fine dining restaurant on iconic estate

In 2021, The Glenturret Lalique became the first restaurant inside a distillery to achieve Michelin recognition. Just a few years later, it followed it up...
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Benbecula Distillery: Spirit flows through island distillery after 130-year-old whisky recipe revived

The first spirit has started to flow at Benbecula Distillery after an islander brought a 130-year-old recipe back to life.  Angus MacMillan always dreamed of...
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Rosebank Distillery: Sleeping giant Falkirk distillery reawakened after 30 years

Known as the sleeping giant of Scottish distilleries, the highly anticipated Rosebank Distillery has finally reawakened. After more than 30 years of closure, Ian Macleod...
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The Dalmore Luminary: Rare whisky sells for nearly ÂŁ95,000 at auction

A bottle of Dalmore whisky has sold for nearly ÂŁ95,000 at auction, encased in a glass sculpture which was hand polished for 500 hours. The...
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Dram delights: Scotland’s new whiskies

Alice Grundon takes a look at some of Scotland’s new expressions…   Glenmorangie Rich and deliciously decadent, Glenmorangie Pommard Cask Finish is the result of...

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