The Consulate General of Japan in Edinburgh together with the Japanese Studies department at the University of Edinburgh are delighted to welcome you to a free Japanese Film Festival at the University
Food & Drink
Food and drink stories, not reviews.
There are many variations on Scotland's national dish, the haggis.
Around 175,000 visitors attend the four-day annual trade show for those involved in the farming, food, and countryside sectors. Huge numbers of different classes of pigs, cows, horses, and other livestock are on parade as well as farm machinery and locally grown produce. There's also a broad range of events for the lay person, with culinary demos in the Food Hall being one of the big draws.
Edinburgh’s ‘Secret’ Vaudeville is a night of schmoozing, cocktailing, bopping and bedazzling amidst an extravagant carnivalesque show involving a wide assortment of performance-arts including: magic,
With a week to go until it opens, the Edinburgh International Science Festival is reminding people that there's a range of late-night events for adults with a science theme.
From robot football to making round bubbles square, from the science of intoxication at a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to a man vs 3D printer contest, this year's Edinburgh Internatio
Parking charges on many city centre streets will be waived again from 5pm this Christmas shopping season.
Acclaimed author, activist, and co-founder of the international climate campaign 350.org – Bill McKibben – comes to Edinburgh as part of his Fossil Free Europe Tour.
The Signet Library, in the centre of Edinburgh’s old town close by the main entrance to St Giles' Cathedral, is synonymous with prestige and Georgian elegan
Nothing’s more sure than change but when news that The Stag’s Head, an old Broughton Road pub that dates back to the 1890s, was to close there was a real air of sadness among its regula