This year the last day of lessons will be on 15th December. We’ll still be here until the 22nd (midday) but the school will close from 23rd December 2017 – 4th January 2018.
Inaugurated in 1947, the same year as the Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival is the world’s longest continually-running film festival.
Edinburgh will welcome in June the 71st edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. In Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage and Archeology, the Festival will celebrate its 70th birthday alongside Edinburgh’s other iconic festivals, Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Edinburgh International Festival.
This anniversary will be the opportunity to both look back at memorable cinematic achievements, as well as delving into what is new and exciting in contemporary moving image culture.
The programme is available here
edfilmfest.org.uk | #edfilmfest
At inlingua, we think that the internet is a great place to practise your English and learn new things. As you all know, we love vloggers and we are trying to promote our favourite local vloggers.
Today we wanted to highlight, Gavin Bell, a 22 year old multi-award winning entrepreneur & vlogger based in Edinburgh. He grew up in the Shetland Islands – the very north of Scotland. He is the founder of Blue Cliff Media , a digital marketing agency. He is an expert on Facebook advertising. For a couple of months, he has been sharing his life of the world of entrepreneurship with a weekly vlog, The Journey.
For those who are learning/practising English don’t forget to turn on the subtitles! 🙂
Exploring the Shetland Islands with Gavin:
By the way, he is a bit crazy and as you know we love crazy people!
Here his vlog with a freezing winter swim:
You can subscribe to his channel here
If you are into digital marketing he is also a really good speaker/trainer/teacher. Gavin created some very useful tutorials to launch your first online campaigns.
Here is a tutorial on how to create your first Facebook Ads and how to set up your first campaign:
A second video explaining how to create instagram Ads:
And of course if you want to watch more tutorial check out his YouTube Channel
At inlingua we embrace cultures, diversity and love. We are proud to support Pride Edinburgh.
Save the date Pride Edinburgh will be on Saturday 17th June 2017. The venue for this year is going to be base at EUSA Teviot House and Potterrow venues.
Pride Edinburgh exists to promote equality and diversity and protect the future of the LGBTQI community in Scotland. The traditional Pride March provides a platform for politicians, community activists, and most importantly individuals turn out to march through the streets of Edinburgh to celebrate Pride. The Festival has LIVE Music, Health and Community Fair and lots more. Pride Edinburgh takes place in Edinburgh every year.
Pride Scotia March Route:
- 11:00: March Assembles at Parliament Green, Scottish Parliament, Royal Mile Edinburgh.
- 11:30: Speeches from Invited Guests and Speakers
- 12:00 March Moves off.
Moves off heading south along Horse Wynd, Turning Right into Queens Drive, Then Right into Holyrood gait, Then Left in Holyrood Road, ahead directly into the Cowgate, Along the Cowgate, Turning left into Candlemaker row, Continuing ahead in Bristo Place. Left into Potterrow. March Arrives in EUSA whilst vehicles continue to Charles Street entrance.
- 13:00 March Arrives at Teviot Row House and Potterrow Dome where pride day events commence.
Free accessible transport at front and read of March for those unable to walk all or part of the route.
Main Stage Line Up:
- Garry Greig
- Caitlyn Vanbeck
Game of Thrones fan rejoice, Blood & Wine, the show’s themed pop-up bar, will return in Edinburgh on July 4th 2017 following a hugely successful first run in January this year.
This Bar In Edinburgh Is The Perfect Gathering Spot For Game of Thrones Fans
Posted by Bring Me on Montag, 6. März 2017
A girl has been given a second chance. There will not be a third.From Tuesday 4th July until the end of August our doors will open,
From Tuesday 4th July until the end of August our doors will open, wine will flow and heads will roll. Once again, find us in our cosy Tavern below
Daylight Robbery, Dublin St Edinburgh
Blood & Wine offer drinks inspired by Games of Thrones. They will once again open its doors to coincide with Game of Thrones’ anticipated 7th season and Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival. The bar will offer an extensive selection of drinks sourced from within the pages of A Song Of Ice & Fire and an atmosphere. Edinburgh’s response to Blood & Wine and Survive, which followed, was so good that the brains behind the concept, The Pop Up Geeks, have decided to expand the menu and create a more immersive drinking experience for the summer dates, meaning guests will get a true taste of the Seven Kingdom.
Our Maesters have sifted through scrolls, trawled through parchments and painstakingly sampled the many wines, ales and spirits within the pages of George R.R Martin’s ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series to source the finest that the Seven Kingdoms have to offer.
So come along and taste your way through the Seven Kingdoms, but remember, when you play the Game of Thrones, you drink or you die.
Open Tuesday to Friday
- Tuesday 5pm – 1am
- Wednesday 5pm – 1am
- Thursday 5pm – 1am
- Friday 5pm – 1am