The show is presented in a schoolroom-style format that keeps the audience engaged from beginning to end. The blend of national news and personal impact is perfectly balanced. I expected to enjoy the storytelling of “Suffragette Alice Hawkins” a little, but I ended up liking it a lot.
The Sorries are a chance to hear songs sung by Scottish farmers and fighters hundreds of years ago. The performance and venue are both class, feeling safe and practised, and this gig feels ideal for people interested in history.
The animation was made by Heehaw Digital for Lothian Buses to celebrate 143 years of life. 1871 sees the trams arrive in Edinburgh; that’s before Waverly Station. Broughton Street had Edinburgh’s first ever traffic lights.
Visiting friends frequently ask, “Are the bus tours any good?”, “There are loads of different Edinburgh bus tours – which is best?” and often, more directly, “Do you recommend the bus tours?” I don’t think I’ve ever been asked, “Have you ever been on an Edinburgh bus tour?” I wonder how many locals go on […]