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Rhiannon Giddens has a message for us all

Rhiannon Giddens has a message for us all

In ‘At the Purchaser’s Option’ , the superb  Rhiannon Giddens in her bravura performance at the Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh , on Sunday, reminded us that the buyer had the choice whether to buy or refuse their new slaves’ babies.  That number was inspired by an 18th century

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Greed causes pain for Pupils, Parents and Teachers

Greed causes pain for Pupils, Parents and Teachers

A belated PR exercise is in full swing this morning to assure parents that everything is being done to accommodate their children, following the forced closure of 17 PFI built schools in Edinburgh. Local authorities have a statutory duty to provide education for all pupils, aged 5-15

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Godot and Welfare Reform

Godot and Welfare Reform

The Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh celebrates its 50th birthday this year with a season of stellar work. It has been launched with a production of the most significant English language play of the twentieth century,  Samuel Beckett’s ‘ Waiting for Godot’, produced by retiring director, Mark Thomson,

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