Stellar Quines is proud to present the world premiere of The Last Queen of Scotland by Jaimini Jethwa for this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and The List is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of tickets for the much anticipated performance.

In 1972, the dictator Idi Amin ordered the expulsion of Ugandan-Asians

from the African country, under a 90 day deadline. In Dundee, a woman grows up knowing nothing about her homeland and is haunted by Amin’s impact on her destiny. Returning to Uganda years later she confronts his ghost. This is one story from a community in exile that sheds light on a unique

period of untold history.

Performed by Rehanna MacDonald, The Last Queen of Scotland brings together the broad Dundonian dialect and a live soundtrack composed and performed by Patricia Panther (Glasgow Girls) as a homage to Jaimini’s city ‘the D’.

To be in with a chance of winning just log on to and tell us: What country did Jaimini Jethwa’s family have to flee in 1972?

UNDERBELLY COWGATE (VENUE 61) 3–26 Aug (not 9,16), 6.50pm

Following three years of sell-out success, Museum After Hours returns for the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe offering a unique taste of the festival over three exhilarating nights.

Handpicked performers from across the Fringe come together to

showcase highlights from their acts providing top-class evening entertainment against the inspiring backdrop of the National Museum of Scotland with pop-up bars and entry to this summer’s major exhibition Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites. Guest-programmed by the festival gurus at The List, this adults-only

extravaganza offers an unmissable take on the Fringe.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Museum After Hours on Fri 11, 18 or 25 Aug 2017 visit and tell us:

What is the name of the National Museum of Scotland’s major exhibition taking place this summer?

MUSEUM AFTER HOURS National Museum of Scotland Chambers Street | Edinburgh | EH1 1JF 11, 18, 25 Aug 7.30–10.30pm £18 (£16 members and concessions) #NMSAfterHours

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Competition closes 10 Aug 2017. The List’s usual rules apply. Ticket winners should be collected from Box Office at Venue 61.

Competition closes 7 Aug 2017. Strictly 18s and over. The List’s usual rules apply. TERMS & CONDITIONS:



The brewers at the Caledonian Brewing Co are continually searching for new ingredients to create interesting and flavoursome beers. They love in particular the tropical fruit notes from the US West Coast Hops, expressed so well in American Pale Ale. Thinking they’d steal some thunder back from America’s western seaboard, they decided to pair these hops with the renowned Maritime Malt, the world’s best brewing barley from our own east coast. First brewed in the pilot brewery ‘Wee George’, Caledonian Coast to Coast is a polished bronze ale with pine and citrus fruit aromas, malty spicy flavours and a zesty rounded bitterness. To be in with a chance of winning a delicious case full of Caledonian Coast to Coast, just log on to and tell us:

Where do the malt and hops come from respectively?

a) East Coast of UK and West Coast USA?

b) West Coast UK and East Coast USA? c) East Coast UK and East Coast USA

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Art Late is a unique chance to experience the varied Edinburgh Art Festival programme by night, visiting a selection of partner, pop up and commissions venues and featuring a range of gallery related activities from after-hours gallery visits, exhibition tours, exclusive artist performances, talks and workshops. The evening finishes off with a specially curated live music performance. On 10 Aug, the event starts at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art,

where you’ll see the popular contemporary group show NOW featuring the work of important artists working today, such as Nathan Coley. Then travel is provided to Jupiter Artland, where new work can be viewed at this unique outdoor sculpture park. To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Art Late on 10 Aug

as well tote bags and membership to Jupiter Artland, just log on to and tell us:

Which Scottish Turner Prize-shortlisted artist has created a three-room exhibit for the NOW show at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art?

ART LATE Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern One 75 Belford Road | Edinburgh | EH4 3DR 10 Aug, 5.30pm

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Competition closes 30 Aug 2017. Promotion is open to residents of the UK aged 18 and over, excluding the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, employees of Caledonian Brewery or anyone connected with the promotion. The List’s usual rules apply.

TERMS & CONDITIONS: Competition closes 7 Aug 2017. No cash alternative. Subject to availability. Entrant must be over 18 years of age. The List’s usual rules apply.

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