Edinburgh's Winter Festivals
The Edinburgh Singers present "Christmas at Greyfriars", with organist Henry Wallace, under the baton of John Gormley.
Featuring well-known seasonal favourites as well as some less familiar Christmas pieces.
Following its 2012 and 2013 Hogmanay celebrations, The Brunton is delighted to announce its Hogmanay celebrations in the Honest Toun for 2014.
Edinburgh Royal Choral Union commemorates the centenary of the beginning of the Great War with a programme of music from across the centuries.
Get in tune for Christmas with our International Carol Concert!
Featuring carols and seasonal songs from around the world, hosted by the choir of the Sacred Heart Church, Lauriston.
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.