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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

2nd August 2014, Edinburgh:

Scotland’s National Youth Orchestra celebrate both 35 years of remarkable music-making and the Commonwealth Games here in Edinburgh’s Usher Hall.

2nd & 3rd August 2014, Edinburgh:

Truckfest Scotland will once again roll into the Royal Highland Centre with top celebrities already confirmed.

3rd & 4th August 2014, Edinburgh:

Join record-breaking Lee Evans for these very special shows where he will be trying out brand-new material for his forthcoming Monsters arena tour.

7th August 2014, East Lothian:

Enjoy a showcase of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s finest piano students and staff in this exciting nine-concert series.

7th August 2014, East Lothian:

MacFloyd (Scottish Pink Floyd) return to the Brunton with a new show looking back over the career of Pink Floyd - spanning almost 30 years.

8th August 2014, East Lothian:

Experience the war years with those who lived through them.

9th August 2014, East Lothian:

Enjoy a showcase of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s finest piano students and staff in this exciting nine-concert series.

9th August 2014, East Lothian:

Phantom of the Opera star John Marshall is joined by Scottish tenor Fraser Simpson, American Bruce Davis and renowned pianist Richard Lewis in a magical night of melody.

4th, 5th and 9th August 2014 2014, Edinburgh:

Opera Bohemia celebrates five years at the Fringe with performances of their original critically acclaimed production of Puccini’s romantic tragedy, La Bohème.

10th August 2014, East Lothian:

A previous winner of the Perrier Jazz Vocal Award and The Spirit Of Scotland Music Medal, King is also an established writer.


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