Those lovely folks at the Cameo cinema are offering 2 for 1 entry to showings of Liberal Arts to Edinburgh library card holders.
A packed programme of events in libraries next month includes poetry, propaganda, crime and cathedrals – get booking now!
Christmas has been the inspiration for hundreds of themed films – kids’ films, sentimental films, films for Christmas lovers, for sceptics, funny ones, sad ones, inspirational ones…the list goes on.
Yesterday, the ongoing saga of the mystery sculptor reached new heights of speculation when none other than our own former music librarian, Garry Gale, told the Evening news that he had worked out the identity of the artist! Garry solved the mystery because he owns an early work but did not out the artist, stating that he did not want to blow the artist’s cover. Read all about it here, and let us know whether you think the identity of the artist should be revealed, or if you think it’s m
The Edinburgh International Film Festival is almost upon us and we’ve got two tickets for the opening night screening of The Guard to give away.
All you have to do is answer these 7 simple questions on Edinburgh films and send your answers to email@example.com along with your contact details by 12 June. The winner will be notified on 13 June – good luck!
27th January marks the international day of remembrance for the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and the ongoing atrocities in Darfur.
Holocaust Memorial Day isn’t just learning about history. It’s learning from history and encouraging us to consider what action we can take after HMD which will have a positive impact on our community.