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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

March/April - October, Edinburgh:

Experience what life was really like in Edinburgh’s old town some 400 years ago with a visit to this 17th century high-tenement house furnished with period furniture and artefacts.

31st October 2014, Edinburgh:

The Galley team, as always, celebrate Hallowe’en in style.

31st October 2014, Edinburgh:

A tasty tale of two lonely old spinsters who make a living catching and smoking fish on a remote shore.

27th October - 1st November 2014, Edinburgh:

Direct from London’s West End where it is now in its record breaking 6th year, Thriller Live is a spectacular concert created to celebrate the career of the world’s greatest entertainer.

28th October - 1st November 2014, Edinburgh:

This exhilarating musical follows the irrepressible imagination and dreams of Phineas T Barnum, America’s Greatest Showman.

27th October - 1st November 2014, Edinburgh:

Following a sell-out run in 2012, The Mousetrap is back.

2nd November 2014, Edinburgh:

Children’s Classic Concerts and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra present The Monsters’ Ball with Owen and Olly.

24th October - 2nd November 2014, Edinburgh:

Edinburgh will be filled with stories, music, laughter and tall tales this autumn as the Scottish International Storytelling Festival returns from 24 October – 2 November.

2nd November 2014, Edinburgh:

There is nothing quite like hearing Russian music played by a top Russian orchestra and St Petersburg Philharmonic are amongst the very best there is.

4th November 2014, Edinburgh:

Somewhere between a 1930s Cuban dance orchestra, a classical chamber music ensemble, a Brazilian marching street band and Japanese film noir is the 12-piece Pink Martini.


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