Edinburgh's Hogmanay

Organisers of Edinburgh’s four-day Hogmanay festival today announced that The Enemy (pictured) will headline this year’s Hogmanay Street Party on Thursday 31 December.

It's probably too early to be talking panto already. Oh no it isn't! The nights are drawing in, and theatre's starry spangled season of loud-coloured sets, men in dresses, leggy boys, raucous bouts of audience participation and, likely, lashings of innuendo to keep the older folk in the audience involved in the proceedings is on its way.

Hogmanay sets featuring Mylo (DJ set) and James Zabiela.

Over 18s only.

The Noisettes will support headlining act Madness at the Concert in the Gardens on Thursday 31 December 2009, organisers of Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2010 announced today.

Cockney ska funsters Madness are headlining this year's Hogmanay in Edinburgh, it was announced yesterday.

Buses, taxis and cycles are to return to Princes Street by the end of November say Edinburgh City Council.

This year's Hogmanay festival in Edinburgh will premiere a Scottish, multicultural dance and music show "Off Kilter" created by Unique Events (organisers of the Edinburgh Hogmanay event), Dance Base, and the Festival Theatre with £343,000 funding from the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations had its theatrical finale last night when over 8,500 people watched a cavalcade of artists, dancers, musicians and artists transform the capital's historic Royal Mile into an open-air stage.

Robert Burns' iconic Scottish and international anthem, Auld Lang Syne, is one of the world's most recognised songs and is one of Scotland's greatest cultural exports, First Minister Alex Salmond said today ahead of Hogmanay celebrations.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay organisers are making unused Hogmanay Street Party Passes - normally allocated to