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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

17th - 21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

Winner of over 30 major awards, Alan Bennett’s comic masterpiece was voted the Nation’s favourite play in a recent national survey.

21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

Scotland take on Ireland at Murrayfield Stadium, the historic home of Scottish Rugby.

26th March 2015, Edinburgh:

A stunning traditional production recapturing the decadence of Renaissance Italy with lavish sets and opulent costumes.

27th March 2015, Edinburgh:

The love story that gripped Paris, back by public demand.

28th March 2015, Edinburgh:

This award-winning fully staged Opera returns with exquisite sets, a spectacular Japanese garden and fabulous costumes.

24th - 28th March 2015, Edinburgh:

For two hours of riotous, fun-packed entertainment you can’t beat Gilbert and Sullivan’s popular musical masterpiece The Pirates of Penzance.

4th & 5th April 2015, Edinburgh:

When there’s trouble under the sea, the Octonauts dive into action.

8th - 11th April 2015, Edinburgh:

Allan Stewart and his pals proved that Variety is alive and kicking at the King’s with the first Big Big Variety Show.

14th -18th April 2015, Edinburgh:

The Woman in Black is a gripping theatrical exploration of terror, thrilling audiences of all ages with its unique blend of suspense, drama and bold stagecraft.

19th April 2015, Edinburgh:

As chief conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and maestro of his home orchestra Czech Philharmonic, Jiří Bĕlohlávek loves conducting his native Czech music as much as international repertoire.


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