Edinburgh's Festivals

Relating to the Festivals in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh's MagicFest marks its 10th year over the festive period with a few new innovations.

Discover our latest temporary exhibition, featuring everything from straitjackets and ECT machines to patient art, all housed in our historic Queen Street building.

Now in its fifth year, To Absent Friends is part of a Scotland-wide festival of storytelling and remembrance, where organisations come together to remember loved ones who have died.

Now in its 15th year, the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival (EMFF) has grown to be one of the most popular and dynamic events in Scotland’s outdoor adventure calendar, attracting more than 2,000 outdoo

Chrysalis, Scotland’s groundbreaking festival for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers launched in 2015, returns to the Traverse Theatre this November.

Part of the Carnival celebrations at the beginning of Edinburgh's Festivals, nearly 100 performers will perform dance, circus, music, and Peking Opera at the Rose Theatre.

A community beer festival in leafy Currie with curry from Glasgow's highly renowned Babu Bombay Street Kitchen, as well as music, dancing, and a room for the Scotland vs.

Today, at the National Museum of Scotland, the Festival formerly known as Imaginate launched its exciting and inspiring 2017 programme under its new name, the Edinburgh International Children’s Festiv

Darya Dadvar is an Iranian soprano soloist and composer who incorporates jazz, blues, folk and world music into her classical opera.

The Edinburgh International Festival has raked in £4.2 million in income from ticket sales for the first time since it was launched in 1947.