This light-hearted Sunday show was also flautist Sir James Galway's debut performance in the city.
COME August, this year's Made in Scotland showcase on the Edinburgh Fringe will be playing a different tune.
It may begin with a growl and a roar in a frosted-glass fronted cube, but by the time writer/performer Angela Clerkin and director Lee Simpson's quasi-autobiographical study of barely-repressed anger is completed some 80 minutes later, something even less cuddly has emerged.
COMPOSER and conductor Vincenzo Simmarano is in Scotland this weekend with a choir from Italy for performances of his own music and that of Antonio Vivaldi.
EDINBURGH-BASED singer-songwriter Sharon King tours the Borders and Highlands and Islands next month with her group Reckless Angels and is offering young local musicians the chance to show their talents in 15-minute support slots.
The national shows, or pavilions, at the Venice Biennale, which opens next week, are its most obvious defining attribute.
UK: Jeremy Deller, who made the inflatable Stonehenge, Sacrilege, a hit at Glasgow's GI festival.
The 1975 have had many names before finding fame, but there remains one that got away.