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What’s on Edinburgh and The Lothians

The Lothians consist of East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian, and together they make up Edinburgh’s superb surrounding coast and countryside. Here you can discover many tales of Scotland’s past in stately homes, dramatic castles and medieval chapels. Although not far from Scotland’s capital city, they offer a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh with its city streets steeped in history, thriving cultural scene and diverse range of attractions.

regional highlights

22nd October 2014, West Lothian:

An hilarious comedy about OAP cleaners who start talking dirty and end up filthy rich.

22nd October 2014, West Lothian:

Come along to historic Hopetoun House and enjoy a guided walk with the ranger to explore the beautiful grounds and autumnal displays.

23rd October 2014, Edinburgh:

The musicians of Canada’s National Arts Centre Orchestra (NAC) bring power, precision and extraordinary musicality to all performances.

24th October 2014, West Lothian:

The smash-hit, hilarious new show from comedy’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning half-man-half-Xbox.

24th October 2014, Edinburgh:

Come and dance to Annasach Ceilidh Band at this regular Ceilidh at The Counting House, Edinburgh.

24th & 25th October 2014, Edinburgh:

Critically acclaimed physical dance-theatre company, Gecko, make a debut visit to the Festival Theatre with an intimate, funny and revealing exploration of what it means to care.

21st - 25th October 2014, Edinburgh:

It’s the not-so-swinging sixties in a Dunoon naval base.

25th October 2014, East Lothian:

The smash-hit, hilarious new show from comedy’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning half-man, half-Xbox.

8th - 25th October 2014, Edinburgh:

The internationally acclaimed stage sensation, Jersey Boys is touring the UK and Ireland for the very first time.

25th & 26th October 2014, Edinburgh:

The epic story of Scotland in three chapters.


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