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Edinburgh Transformed by Stunning Show

Edinburgh Lumen 2018

The dark nights and frosty weather have inevitably taken hold, but fear not – a much-needed winter warmer has arrived, in the form of stunning light show Edinburgh Lumen.

Bid farewell to the miserable walk home in the pitch black. This breath-taking display, which has already made national headlines, will transform St Andrew Square, Assembly Rooms Lane and The Mound Precinct with a visual and sound masterclass.

Dazzling displays to light up London

Lumiere London 2018

The dark days of January are about to become a distant memory in London, where artists from all over the world are preparing to transform the city’s streets with a dazzling display.

Lumiere London returns to the capital on Thursday 18 January for four days of inspirational installations that will reimagine the capital’s appearance in a sea of colour.

Liverpool Celebrates 10 Years Of Culture With A Year Long Celebration

Year-long party will be worth the wait!

To say Liverpool is living it up in 2018 would be an understatement. Never one to shy away from a good time, the city’s partying powers will hit new heights this year, to mark a decade since claiming the European Capital of Culture title.

The Merseyside magic lasts for the entire 12 months, with 365 events offering up a timely reminder of why people love to live, work and study there. This calendar-cramming pat on the back has been 10 years in the making, so you can be sure it has been worth the wait!

Our Top 5 Bars and Restaurants to Visit in Aberdeen this Weekend

Aberdeen’s bar and restaurant scene is better than ever, with a full range of themes and cuisines to suit everyone’s pallet. Whether you fancy a sophisticated drink, to a large casual dinner with friends to the best of both worlds Aberdeen has got you covered. Here are our top 5 picks…

No.10 Bar and Restaurant
Located in the swanky West end, No.10 Bar and Restaurant offers an elegant, sophisticated dining experience which has gained it a multiple-award winning status. With 8 menus to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice. From roast chump of lamb to strawberry Eton mess, you’ll hardly have room for the delicious cocktails such as Hendricks Summer Mule or the Teasmith Southside!
All menus, contact information and even a virtual tour is all available on the website at http://no10aberdeen.co.uk/

Fringe Fever in Edinburgh

Another year, another awe-inspiring Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This famous university city is already renowned for its mix of fun, flair and downright friendliness, but the month of August is when it really comes into its own.

For three magical weeks it feels like the best and brightest talents the world has to offer congregate in one place for an annual celebration of creativity in its rawest form.

London’s famous Camberwell fair

One of the many benefits of living in London is that there is always something to do, whether that’s taking in the sites, going for a drink, something to eat or a casual trip by Buckingham Palace! This Saturday however, we think you should check out the celebration that is descending on Camberwell Green.

Liverpool’s Pier Head Village has your summer covered!

Liverpool's Pier Head Village

You can say what you like about Liverpool but there is always something to do. This summer is destined to be action packed with fairground rides, culture, art, live performances and everything in between. The Pier Head Village has graced Liverpool’s iconic waterfront since the 30th June and so far has proved a massive hit! Do not worry if you haven’t made it down yet as it is here until the 10th of September!

Love music? Love Liverpool

Think of Liverpool’s music scene and images of four tousled haired young blokes rocking an underground club to the screams of hundreds of adorning fans springs instantly to mind. The Beatles are still big news in Liverpool, but today the city’s music scene is just as vibrant…

It was February 9th 1961 when the music scene in Liverpool, and some would rightly say the world, changed. The moment the Fab Four plugged into the sound system at the Cavern Club at 10 Mathew Street, the way music was made started to change.

5 Top Tips to enjoy your first Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Edinburgh Fringe Festival
  • Pace yourself!

With thousands of shows on offer during the festival, it’s easy to find yourself spoilt for choice! You might be tempted to book up your days with back to back entertainment, especially given the diversity and quality of performances available.

However the real key to getting the most out of the Fringe Festival is to limit yourself to between 3 and 5 shows a day, and avoid developing Fringe Fatigue. This will ensure you are able to enjoy (and remember) the quality performances, while still getting your money’s worth.

What does musician Emeli Sande, romantic poet Lord Byron, footballing legend Denis Law and a crater on the Moon have in common? The answer to this ultimate of pub quiz questions (and who would have guessed) is Aberdeen. Want to know why? Read on…

Tourists heading to Aberdeen will doubtless have uncovered the fact that the Granite City’s wealth is built on the oil industry and that the Queen likes to get away from it all up the road at Balmoral, but that’s only part of the story. Behind Aberdeen’s glinting stone buildings lies a world of scientific discovery, famous musicians, thousands of years of history, and, let’s not forget, a great place to explore.

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