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What’s On in Edinburgh November 2016

November feels very festive in Edinburgh with the winter markets, foodie festivals, fairs and magical theatre performances perfect for both the young & young at heart.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland | Lyceum Theatre

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland | Lyceum Theatre ↑

What’s On in Edinburgh October 2016

This October eat, drink beer, and be merry with Edinburgh’s restaurant festival & Oktoberfest. As the nights draw in and we get closer to Halloween why not indulge in some (family friendly) frightening with the magic-themed Storytelling Festival, a Royal Mile ghost tour or take part in the Celtic Samhuinn Fire Festival to mark the Summer’s end?

Botanic lights

Botanic lights ↑

Image credit : Botanic lights

What’s On in Edinburgh August 2016

Throughout August Edinburgh comes alive with street performances, pop up bars, cafes and venues. Both the Edinburgh Festival Fringe & Edinburgh International Festival run along side each other offering Art & Entertainment from Opera & Orchestra to dance, comedy & circus!

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Edinburgh Festival Fringe ↑

What’s on in Edinburgh May 2016

Whisky Galore, Mary Poppins & the Hidden Door Festival this month in the capital. Short of kilts, haggis, bad weather and golf, few things exemplify Scottish heritage and passion like a wee drink of whisky. Make the most of whisky month in Edinburgh with a multitude of tastings and events.

Secret Courtyard | Hidden Door Festival

Secret Courtyard | Hidden Door Festival ↑

Photo Credit: Chris Scott | Hidden Door

What’s On in Edinburgh February 2016

Evenings out at the theatre, art installations and Valentines day (or not) is “what’s on this month“ as the days start to lengthen, the daffodils start to raise their heads and the cold crisp mornings temp you out to explore the hills from your cottage door.

The James Plays

The James Plays ↑

Credit: Festival Theatre

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