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.

Various Burns Suppers, ceilidhs and celebrations to mark the birth date of Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns (1759-96).

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".