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THE ROYAL SCOTS AT THE SOMME

29/06/2016

THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME By the summer of 1916 the British Army in France had grown to some fifty-eight divisions, in all some 1.5 million men. Haig, who had taken over as Commander-in-Chief from Sir John French in December 1915, now had the manpower that he had lacked earlier and, at 7.30 am on […]

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Edinburgh’s Film Festival 2016

31/05/2016

The Edinburgh International Film Festival provides a platform for the most original and innovative films, whilst showcasing some of the most promising new talent emerging in the UK. Each year, the Edinburgh International Film Festival welcomes a variety of industry representatives, filmmakers and the media, to enjoy a comprehensive programme of events and special screenings. […]

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Edinburgh’s Michelin Stars

20/05/2016

Edinburgh is the proud home to not one, not two, but four Michelin Starred restaurants and these are venues where fine and luxury dining is taken to a new level. If you are hoping to visit any of these restaurants on a trip to Edinburgh it is important to book far in advance to avoid […]

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The Fringe at The Royal Scots Club

18/05/2016

Forward to the Fringe! Monday 8th – Sat 27th August 2016   This year for the first time, the Club will have a very full schedule of shows over the three weeks of the Festival Fringe. The Hepburn Suite will once again be home to Venue 241 and as with last year there is a wide […]

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EDINBURGH SCOTTISH EVENING

03/05/2016

An evening of pure Scottish entertainment! Enjoy an evening of traditional Scottish entertainment to enthral, inform and inspire! Join us in the heart of Scotland’s capital city for our essential introduction to Scottish culture. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome and a lively evening! You sample some of Scotland’s finest culinary offerings during a […]

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Edinburgh Writers – Irvine Welsh

27/04/2016

Irvine Welsh has been described as “Poet Laureate of the chemical generation” and his fiction has been lapped up ever since his debut Trainspotting was released. He was born in 1961 in the Leith area of Edinburgh and moved with his family to Muirhouse when he was just four. He worked as a TV repairman […]

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Wedding To Do List – Top 5

07/04/2016

Top Five Essentials for your Wedding To-Do List Planning a wedding is a huge commitment and it does come with a degree of stress and plenty of things you need to do. When getting organised and especially in the early days it is important to have some things sorted out and properly organised and this […]

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Science Festival – Anatomy Day

31/03/2016

If you have ever wanted to find out more about the human body and its inner workings, then our Anatomy Day on 4 April 2016 will give you the chance to get an insider’s view of the body and how it is structured from experts in their respective research areas. This fascinating day will bring […]

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Easter Events in Edinburgh

24/03/2016

Spending your Easter in Edinburgh gives you plenty of opportunity to explore the city but you can also get involved with some wonderful Easter themed events, with something for visitors (and locals) of all ages. Here we’re looking at some of the most exciting Easter events in Edinburgh this year. The Botanics Bunny and the […]

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Explore Edinburgh by bike

16/03/2016

With its beautiful scenery and fantastic system of off-road bike routes and cycle paths, Edinburgh is certainly a great city to explore by bike and if you’re a keen cyclist it is more than worth visiting for a long weekend or even longer. The city is possibly one of the most bike-friendly cities in the […]

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See the Scottish National Portrait Gallery

22/02/2016

The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is based in one of Edinburgh’s most iconic buildings and a visit gives you the chance to enjoy some of the finest Scottish art and experience Scottish history in photography, sculpture and film. The Gallery is less than 5 minutes walk from The Royal Scots Club.  You will find portraits […]

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New Year, New Meeting Venue

16/02/2016

Now 2016 is in full swing you’re probably already well into planning your business events calendar for the year, arranging seminars, meetings a booking the venues you need to accommodate all of the attendees you anticipate. With a New Year comes lots of expectations and if you’re looking to wow your business connections and surprise […]

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Edinburgh Writers – J K Rowling

01/02/2016

She may not be an Edinburgh native, but J.K. Rowling has become one of its most popular writers since she first arrived and chose to stay. She is most famous for the Harry Potter series of novels but she has written adult fiction since then and even taken on a pseudonym for a new direction […]

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Taste buds tingling

15/01/2016

Visiting Edinburgh in the winter is a wonderful experience as you can enjoy the wide range of events and the city is alive with activity, as much as it is through the rest of the year, but it is cold and it can be wet and snowy and sometimes, a night in the comfort of […]

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Seven Hills of Edinburgh

28/12/2015

Now that Christmas dinner has settled, it’s time to get the Hogmanay party started. Fireworks from Edinburgh’s seven hills will very soon welcome in the New Year. There has been some discussion over the years as to which the seven hills are, but the seven traditional hills are Arthur’s Seat, Blackford Hill, Braid Hills, Calton […]