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What’s on in Edinburgh and The Lothians

The UNESCO World Heritage Site at the heart of Edinburgh combines the medieval Old Town, the Georgian New Town and award-winning modern architecture. People come to Edinburgh from all over the world to share their passion for arts, culture and ideas, and the city has an extensive menu of events and festivals. These include the world-famous Edinburgh International Festival, the Edinburgh Art Festival, the Edinburgh Film Festival, the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival, the Edinburgh International Book Festival and the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. To name but a few! But with its picture postcard views, narrow winding streets, elegant terraces, plus fabulous shops, bars and restaurants, you can explore Edinburgh at any time of the year.

area highlights

31st January 2015, Edinburgh:

The "Purveyors of Cool" swing into town with The Greatest Music of the 20th Century.

29th & 31st January 2015, Edinburgh:

James MacMillan’s extraordinary first opera, after the play by Jo Clifford, has established itself as a modern masterpiece.

31st January 2015, Edinburgh:

Travel around the world in story and dance.

31st January 2015, Edinburgh:

A hands-on, practical introduction to live storytelling and the associated skills.

3rd February 2015, Edinburgh:

English indie-rock band the Kaiser Cheifs are coming to the Usher hall.

1st - 3rd February 2015, Edinburgh:

Combining contemporary cirque style skills with the scale-thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that will amaze audiences of all ages.

5th February 2015, Edinburgh:

The SCO reform works by Boulez, Faure, Haydn and Ravel.

6th February 2015, Edinburgh:

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra perform works by Franck, Saint-Saens, Faure, and Ravel.

6th February 2015, Edinburgh:

How can the arts of tradition express hospitality and welcome? Mairi Campbell and Donald Smith share how storytelling, song, music and gentle movement can offer participative responses to the season as we watch for the first signs of spring.

7th February 2015, Edinburgh:

Christine Kydd leads this second practical and creative session on the Burns song repertoire from the perspective of song groups and community choirs.

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