When you visit The Adam Pottery for the first time you will find much more than you might have expected!
The pottery, set up by Janet Adam thirty years ago, provides workspace for up to six potters... read more
Stockfest, a week long festival celebrating the village of Stockbridge in Edinburgh and the surrounding community, returns in 2014 for its 3rd festival.
The brainchild of Stockbridge Traders, Tannis ... read more
As Scotland’s largest children’s charity, at Aberlour we like to be bold as we raise vital funds for some of the most vulnerable children in the country.
What better way than to take on the BBC’s p... read more
27th Sep 2014
until 28th Sep 2014
Sat: Trade 8:15 AM – 10:00 AM - £5 Public 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM - £4 Sun: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM - £4
Up to 300 exhibitors offering ceramics, glass, jewelry, paintings, furniture, silver, vintage & retro clothing and much more. Courtesy bus Market Street near St Christopher’s Inn (see website for deta... read more
THE SCOTTISH GENEALOGY SOCIETY (tel: 0131 220 3677) runs regular monthly visits to New Register House (Scotland's People Centre), Princes Street, in the evening from 6.30pm to 9pm. These visits are ve... read more
This course has gained a wonderful reputation since we began working with Glenfiddich many years ago. A full day of
cooking hearty, earthy dishes will end with a whisky nosing hosted by one of Glenf... read more
Accessible Therapies at low cost every Thursday
Therapies cost £8 to £20 (within your means).
Therapies are one hour 9 am to 9 pm. Last therapy is at 7.45 pm.
Booking is essential, appointments may... read more
In the spring of 1914 the British female suffrage movement was at its militant height.
Denied the right to a democratic vote, suffragettes were engaged in a range of violent activities devised to at... read more
The spoken word and performance poetry scene is thriving in Scotland. Tricolour is a monthly event showcasing three different poetry and spoken word talents. Three different voices, three different ... read more
2nd Sep 2014
until 3rd Sep 2014
9am to 5pm each day
Course is being run by Minds Matter Training.
Scotland's Mental Health First Aid (SMHFA) - a course aimed at anyone who wants to help someone who has a mental health problem.
Would you know ho... read more
The Scottish Military Research Group has been recording war memorials and war graves in Scotland for over seven years.
There are many fascinating stories behind the memorials and those recorded on t... read more
The Forth Bridges Festival is a Homecoming 2014 Signature Event which will attract over 100,000 local, national and international visitors over a 10 day period.
This new festival will celebrate th... read more
They are fantastic value for money. Join us for a great 5 course, five wine themed events. Each evening is based on a
country or regions around the world. Our chefs will join you later in the evenin... read more
An illustrated talk discussing how the community in Portobello dealt with, and reacted to, the changes brought by war.
These changes include the billeting of large numbers of soldiers locally, the l... read more
A market that brings all the variety, passion, and creativity of small local businesses under one roof at Edinburgh Waverley Station.
Make Platform 2 your Friday destination for ethically-sourced g... read more
Religion and Medicine – are they so different from each other?
One is deemed a belief system, whilst the other a collective of procedures used to treat ill health.
Are they really two complete... read more
Come and enjoy a delicious taste of Scottish food and drink, as we show the world how Scotland celebrates! A spectacular culinary event will take place in South Queensferry, with a very special lunch ... read more
6th Sep 2014
until 7th Sep 2014
11am-7pm Sat 11am-5pm Sun
In conjunction with 2 Festival Signature Events, ‘Scotland Welcomes the World
to Lunch’ and ‘Flotilla on the Forth’, a fantastic Food & Drink Market (including
an Arts & Crafts section) will take ... read more
Affordable and honest food, this little market has everything you’d expect, from organic bread, fresh fruit and vegetables, award-winning meat and local fish to a range of hot food and sweet things al... read more
6th Sep 2014
1st Saturday of every month; 9.30am-1.30pm
Brighton Park is just 5 minutes walk from Portobello’s High Street. The Portobello Market compliments Portobello’s already vibrant and thriving High Street, selling a great range of local and organic ... read more
Every Saturday the centre of the Grassmarket becomes a flurry of excitement as we host ourweekly market. Each week there’s an abundance of locally grown, fresh produce including fruit, vegetables, art... read more
Recreate the style of the impressionist artists, emphasising natural light, form and colour.
Create a series of sketches that can be developed into an impressionist painting. Be inspired by our pict... read more
The Morningside Makers Market adds to this shopping experience by bringing a vibrant eclectic mix of craft & design to this beautiful area of Edinburgh.
All of this, and just a short bus journey fr... read more
If you want food as fresh as it can be, visit the award-winning Edinburgh Farmers' Market. The market takes place at Castle Terrace under the imposing backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. Over 55 specialist ... read more
Our regional courses give you an invaluable insight into the ingredients, influences and techniques that make each cuisine
special. We will cover a starter, main course and dessert from our chosen c... read more
7th Sep 2014
9am-1pm public | Sellers arrive at 7am
Omni Centre Car Boot Sale is located in Edinburgh being held indoors to get away from weather that may normally stop an event outdoors. Omni Centre Car Boot Sale is held every Sunday between 9am and ... read more
Experience great costumed interpretation of the Castle with our special tours. Be transported back to the Edwardian period and meet Mr and Mrs Reid, their staff, family and friends as they go about th... read more
Joseph Topping is a singer-songwriter from the Wirral with influences
that draw from both sides of the Atlantic. From the traditional music
heard in the folk clubs he grew up around to the American... read more
‘How Near is Here? Symposium and Intensive Programme on Locality'
Symposium | Monday 8 September | 10am – 5pm | Meadowbank Sports Centre
Intensive Programme | Tuesday 9 – Friday 12 September | 10... read more
Mike Zito, Devon Allman, Cyril Neville ~ The soul of the south. Amplified soul for the new generation
Before they even hit a chord, The Royal Southern Brotherhood have your attention. In the US ... read more
Surgeons’ Hall museum was established in 1697.
This lecture explores its story, its history, some of the objects on display and outlines plans for its forthcoming £4.2 million upgrade.
Iain Macin... read more