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Dippy The Diplodocus Arrives At Kelvingrove

Watch Dippy, the Natural History Museum’s famous diplodocus, make his grand entrance in Glasgow!     Never before on public display outside of London, Dippy the Diplodocus has made his first […]

Burns

Q-Aye – Burns Edition Part 1

Burns Night is on January 25 so here are a few little-known facts about the bard and his influence around the world, to get ye in the mood for a dram or two

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Q-Aye – Burns Edition Part 2

Mair facts about the Bard himself and his influence around the world…   6. Burns body was exhumed in 1815 to be placed in a new mausoleum in Dumfries. Whilst […]

Burns

Focus On Ayrshire: Burns’ Cottage

Every year thousands undertake the pilgrimage to the birthplace of Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns   Burns spent the first seven years of his life at Alloway Cottage, just south […]

Culture

A War Of Two Halves

Discover the poignant walking-theatre piece A War Of Two Halves, which tells the tale of the 1914 Heart of Midlothian team who fought in World War One.

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Opera Highlights – The Hills Are Alive

It's the last week of Scottish Opera's Autumn Opera Highlights tour! Baritone Dawid Kimberg wrote this behind-the-scenes blog for us from the Opera bus on hill-walking between performances, and the luxury of getting home to do a washing!

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Sunshine On Leith

From Turkish brunches to cardanomnom cocktails, here’s why we reckon Leith was recently voted one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world!

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