Edinburgh's Winter Festivals
St. Andrew's Day commemorates Scotland's patron saint and is a Scottish Bank Holiday, although employers are not obliged to give employees time off. St. Andrew's Day is marked on 30th November every year. If that date is on the weekend, the St. Andrew's Day Bank Holiday takes place on the following Monday 1st or 2nd December.
The Scottish Storytelling Centre continues its tradition of spreading the Burns love with Burnsfest, ensuring everyone can access Robert Burns.
A big sweet spoonful of Christmas fun!
A sanitised new take on a scary old tale.
Strange Town Young Company brings a subversive seasonal message delivered through its peripatetic hero, Anton.
A towering show from Wee Stories!
Wee Stories has once again scattered their magic over a classic tale and made it their own. This time it is Oscar Wilde’s salutary tale of The Selfish Giant.
The curtain has risen for the King’s Theatre pantomime starring the irrespressible, stalwart trio of Allan Stewart, Grant Stott and Andy Gray in a wildly creative comedy version of Peter Pan.
Award winning Glasgow-based theatre company Fish & Game is back on the road with a national tour of their highly successful children’s show The Polar Bears Go Wild that opened at Durham&r
Slick and inventive direction, together with a strong cast, helped to remind us what a brilliant story A Christmas Carol is.