City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh's Winter Festivals


Irving Berlin's White Christmas, EFT, Review

White Christmas

'White Christmas' is an opportunity to sit back and forget about festive arrangements and your troubles and indulge yourself in a   musical oft repeated on the television from a bygone era (19

Sleeping Beauty, Brunton Theatre, Review

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A braw panto tale is spun out in style with this version of Sleeping Beauty.

St Andrew's Day in the Grassmarket 2013

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St Andrew’s Day, part of Edinburgh's Winter Festivals programme, will see a packed programme of events celebrating Scottish Ceilidh Culture in Edinburgh&rsq

Limbo, St Andrew Square, Review

Limbo fireeater (Xmas show 2013)

More how high can you soar than how low can you go?!

Edinburgh's Hogmanay "Scot:Lands"

The official 3-day Edinburgh's Hogmanay festival traditionally includes a cultural crawl of some description through the city centre on New Year's Day.

Balerno Theatre Brings Out the Bah! Humbug! with Dicken’s Panto Twist

A Christmas Carol - The Pantomime: Balerno Theatre Company

Balerno Theatre Company return to the Church Hill Theatre with their adaptation of Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, but this time with a large dollop of pantomime added in.

Free Admission to Edinburgh Castle on St Andrew's Day

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As in previous years, government heritage agency Historic Scotland will be marking Scotland's national day, St Andrew's Day, by providing free tickets to 35 of it

Edinburgh St Andrew's Day Celebrations Announced

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Edinburgh's Grassmarket will be the scene of a music and dance "extravaganza" this St Andrew’s Day featuring an afterno

Edinburgh's Christmas Set To Warm Up the Winter

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Underbelly’s big purple cows have barely been deflated after the Fringe and geese getting fat in the Capital is a matter of guesswork but

BURNSFEST at Scottish Storytelling Centre backed by Fiona Hyslop MSP

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Over 250 years after his birth, Robert Burns’ influence on Scottish language and culture is alive and well.