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The Hidden Door Festival 2014 opens its doors today! The pop-up festival with live music, art installations, bars, a theatre and a cinema will temporarily transform 24 disused vaults on Market Street, Edinburgh until Saturday 5 April.
The event has 80 visual artists, 50 live music acts, 40 film makers and 30 poets and is expected to draw 5,000 visitors.
Hidden Door is free from noon until 6pm daily then tickets grant full access to each evening’s unique programme, including live music (until 11pm), theatre, performance, spoken word, film screenings, art installations and bars.
Updated: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
More than 2,400 artists from 43 countries will take part in the annual three week festival with its unique mix of theatre, dance, music and opera.
Ganesh Versus the Third Reich is set to be a highlight and this year’s showcase cultural exposé promises to be one of the widest and most varied ever – with a range of performances to suit all tastes.
The Edinburgh International Festival will run from August 8th - 31st.
Updated: Saturday, March 15, 2014
The Edinburgh International Festival programme for 2014 is announced on Tuesday. Here's an infographic ahead of the launch.
Jean-Marc Doussain's late penalty saw France snatch a 19-17 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield to maintain their hopes of lifting the RBS 6 Nations crown next week in Paris.
Scotland were on track for back-to-back one-point wins in the RBS 6 Nations after Duncan Weir's 61st-minute penalty but they were unable to build on their lead and France, who were far from their best, pinched victory late on.
Scotland is playing against Wales on the 15th of March at the Millennium Scotland. Fingers crossed then!
Updated: Saturday, March 8, 2014
Best of luck to Scotland on Saturday!