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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.

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27th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Centuries of tradition dictate how this ever-popular work is performed.

27th November 2014, Edinburgh:

This year, Edinburgh College of Art is hosting Book Marks @ECA, a celebration of the huge variety of ways that book form is used by staff, students and alumni at Edinburgh College of Art.

27th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Lau-Land Edinburgh opens with a special show by the festival curators featuring Elysian String Quartet, plus special guest Ella the Bird.

28th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Joan As Police Woman performs a special solo concert with piano and guitar for Lau-Land Edinburgh.

28th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss An Orkney Tapestry: A Celebration of George Mackay Brown in Music, Story and Poem.

29th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Join Mrs.

29th November 2014, Edinburgh: 

Storyteller and author Jess Smith presents a celebration of the life and music of Belle Stewart.

29th November 2014, Edinburgh:

The final night of Lau-Land Edinburgh sees a double bill of Scotland’s finest folk musicians with Capercaillie and Dick Gaughan.

27th - 29th November 2014, Edinburgh:

The rock’n’roll swagger of the Rolling Stones is brought thrillingly to life in Rooster, Christopher Bruce’s electrifying celebration of the swinging sixties.

29th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Formerly of the band The Czars, John Grant bridges lush 1970s FM with elements of synth-pop and industrial dance, and lyrics both thoughtful and forthright.


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