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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

28th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Following a sell-out run on Broadway, four and a half years in the West End and on tour, the worldwide sensation Stones in His Pockets returns with Ian McElhinney, the original director at the helm.

28th September 2014, Edinburgh:

A horn calls softly, a piano dreams in the twilight, and Scriabin’s Piano Concerto begins its enchanted journey.

28th September 2014, East Lothian:

Just eight miles from the centre of Edinburgh and a stone’s throw from the beach, Musselburgh is one of only two courses in Scotland to hold both jump and flat racing.

27th & 28th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Following 14 sell-out tours, the king of improvisational comedy is back with another mind-blowing UK tour.

26th - 28th September 2014, East Lothian:

The Dunbar Traditional Music Festival continues to flourish since it began in 1988.

29th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Ha Ha Hood stars comedy queen Su Pollard (Hi-de-Hi, You Rang, M’Lord?) as Maiden Marian and sees the return of Ben Langley in the role of Robin Hood, the world’s favourite outlaw.

29th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see the multi-award-winning comedian, actor, presenter, writer and raconteur on stage live in a one-man comic tour de force.

30th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss multi award-winning trumpet player Alison Balsom as part of her first headline tour.

April - September, Midlothian:

Crichton Castle stands tucked away out of sight, on a terrace overlooking the River Tyne in Midlothian.

Weekends, September 2014, Scotland-wide:

Doors Open Days give you free access to hundreds of fascinating buildings across Scotland.

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