Burns Night

Once every 76 years an unusual alignment occurs: Burns Night and the Chinese New Year both fall on 25th

The Chinese New Year in Edinburgh is the largest celebration of its kind in Scotland.

A new festival starts the year with events centred around Scotland's national bard Robert Burns.

The Burns&Beyond Festival which had its inaugural year in January of this year will be returning in January 2020 with a Festival Club at the

A (free) stroll down The Royal Mile pointing out all famous places connected to Burns and the stories surrounding them.

Two Burns night dances in the ceilidh series, with caller Ken Gourlay, a ceilidh band and a piper.

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday, 7th December) for a new six-day Edinburgh festival celebrating Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns.

Audiences follow a culture trail around eight events in secret locations around the city.

The Culture Trail is part of Edinburgh's 6-day festival of Robert Burns called Burns&Beyond.

Free music, spoken word and comedy, inspired by Robert Burns, is coming to one of Edinburgh’s best known New Town streets with the inaugural "Red, Red Rose Street Festival".

Chef Patron Paul Wedgwood first opened his eponymous restaurant in 2008, in partnership with his wife Lisa.