A violin maker has crafted three violins from a tree in the grounds of a shell-shock treatment hospital in honour of three renowned First World War poets.
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Judy Murray has called for better financial help for promising young British tennis players after revealing the sacrifices her family made to support her two sons' careers.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is to donate a record £1 million to UK charities from funds raised by another sell-out run.
Nature lovers, who take a stroll around Haddo House this week, are being encouraged to contemplate the meaning of life with the arrival of new art installations around the estate’s circular route.
A Rubens masterpiece thought to be lost for almost 400 years has gone on show at a city museum after it was rediscovered in a historic house.
Scottish Celtic rockers Runrig are to bring down the curtain on a 45-year career.
A Flemish masterpiece thought to be lost for almost 400 years has been rediscovered in a historic house by art experts.
Glasgow has been announced as the host of the World Irish Dancing Championships in 2024 for a record sixth time.
The historic architecture of one of Speyside’s most famous distilleries has inspired a new exhibition.
One of the north-east’s most renowned artists has immortalised a vital piece of the city’s technological heritage on canvas as part of his latest exhibition.
A student at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) has created a highly-detailed 3D model of the influenza virus, helping experts to learn more about the bug.
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Giant lanterns shaped like animals and birds have arrived at Edinburgh Zoo from China ahead of an exhibition later this year.
This year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe has attracted record audiences with an estimated 2.6 million tickets issued for shows, say organisers.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival has celebrated a record year as its 2017 public programme finishes.
An airline pilot has taken time out from flying to entertain crowds at the Edinburgh festival.
A play exploring the extremes of sectarianism has won one of the UK's most distinguished literary awards.
Hibernian manager Neil Lennon has said there is no place for sectarianism in football and politics.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has defended her predecessor Alex Salmond after he was criticised for telling a "sexist" joke at his Edinburgh Fringe show.
Alex Salmond put political differences aside as he welcomed his "good pal" and Brexit Secretary David Davis as his special guest on the opening day of his Edinburgh Fringe chat show.
Scotland's world leading festivals are being put under threat by Brexit, Holyrood Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop has insisted.
An innovative painting technique has been used to capture one of Moray’s most beautiful but ferocious natural features.
Final preparations have been carried out ahead of the light and sound spectacle that is set to open the 70th Edinburgh International Festival.
Edinburgh's main festival season officially gets under way on Friday in a landmark year in the cultural life of the city.
A £15 million fund to boost culture and creativity in the North of England has been launched.
Images which brought the reality of war into public view for the first time are to go on display in Scotland.
Edinburgh Castle's esplanade will be transformed into an aircraft carrier flight deck as this year's Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo puts the Royal Navy centre stage.
Plans have been unveiled for a £25 million redesign of a popular part of Edinburgh.
Acrobats took to an Edinburgh rooftop to perform some hair-raising stunts ahead of their return to the Fringe.
More than 1,200 performers from around the world are to take part in this year's Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
An ambitious science fiction exhibition including props from Star Wars and Planet of the Apes has been extended after attracting thousands of fans to the north-east.
Finnish film maker Dome Karukoski has been announced as the director of a Hollywood biopic of The Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings author JRR Tolkien.