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Dec 2014
01
Jan 2015
31
1st Dec 2014 until 31st Jan 2015
Art Exhibition. read more
Jan 2015
29
29th Jan 2015 7.15pm
A new production of James MacMillan’s extraordinary first opera – shocking, intense and utterly compelling. Not seen on the Scottish stage since 2001, this rarely performed piece is not to be missed. ... read more
Jan 2015
31
31st Jan 2015 7.15pm
A new production of James MacMillan’s extraordinary first opera – shocking, intense and utterly compelling. Not seen on the Scottish stage since 2001, this rarely performed piece is not to be missed. ... read more
May 2015
29
May 2015
31
29th May 2015 until 31st May 2015
For three days the grounds of the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh undergo a transformation in an explosion of scent and colour. This is Gardening Scotland – the national gardening and outdoor livin... read more
Jun 2014
26
Jun 2015
26
26th Jun 2014 until 26th Jun 2015 9 am
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
Nov 2014
01
Nov 2015
30
1st Nov 2014 until 30th Nov 2015 15.00-16.00
New to the National Collection gives visitors an insight into National Museums’ extensive and varied collections, showcasing material being collected now for future generations and previewing objects... read more
Nov 2014
18
Nov 2015
18
18th Nov 2014 until 18th Nov 2015 12.30 15.00 18.00
Being Human is the UK’s first national festival of the humanities. Between 15 and 23 November 2014, the festival will engage people across the UK with innovative research. At the National Museum of... read more
Nov 2014
19
Nov 2015
19
19th Nov 2014 until 19th Nov 2015 15.00
Dr Gill Haddow will ask the question – ‘If you had to make the choice, would you choose to have something human, animal or mechanically-made placed inside you?' and 'Does having parts of your body rep... read more
Nov 2014
22
Nov 2015
23
22nd Nov 2014 until 23rd Nov 2015 10.00-16.00
Join six craft makers in celebration of Scottish craft as they showcase the design, processes and techniques behind their work. Makers from a variety of disciplines will give a rare behind the scenes ... read more
Nov 2014
25
Nov 2015
25
25th Nov 2014 until 25th Nov 2015 18.00-20.00
Join us for the Annual Open Meeting to find out more about our collections, the work that we do, and to hear about our plans for the future across all our museums. The event will be hosted by Bruce Mi... read more
Jan 2015
13
Jun 2015
26
13th Jan 2015 until 26th Jun 2015
With options ranging from the decorative arts and drawing to the history of medieval and early modern Scotland, there’s a course to suit you. Check web site for further information. read more
Jan 2015
26
26th Jan 2015 18.30-20.00
Explore game playing past and present in a discussion of historical board games and game-playing and review the emergence of videogames. read more
Jan 2015
26
26th Jan 2015 8pm
If you love folk music you will have a great night at the Old Chain Pier. read more
Jan 2015
26
26th Jan 2015
With live music, poetry and haggis specials. read more
Jan 2015
26
26th Jan 2015 7:45pm
Quatuor Ebène has sprung into the limelight during the last ten years as one of the most creative and innovative forces on the international chamber scene. Few other quartets move with such ease and s... read more
Jan 2015
27
27th Jan 2015 2pm (2hrs)
Join Linten Adie and friends from the Scots Music Group for a free afternoon of songs and music in the Storytelling Court, celebrating the work of Robert Burns. read more
Jan 2015
27
27th Jan 2015 12pm (1hr)
On Holocaust Memorial Day, storyteller Colin Mackay retells the story of the famous diarist and reflects on what her story means to us today. A moving session in the Storytelling Bothy. Adults (and 1... read more
Jan 2015
27
27th Jan 2015 7.30pm
In 2012 the Legendary Irish Folk group The Dubliners celebrated 50 glorious years in the music business by receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and rapidly followed it... read more
Jan 2015
27
27th Jan 2015 8pm
Come down to the OCP for the BI weekly pub quiz. Prize pot on offer with prizes for runner up. read more
Jan 2015
29
29th Jan 2015 8pm
Last Thursday of each month at The Old Chain Pier. read more
Jan 2015
29
29th Jan 2015 7.30pm
Haydn: Symphony No 70 in D Mahler (arr Cortese): Das Lied von der Erde Robin Ticciati: conductor; Karen Cargill: mezzo soprano; Simon O’Neill: tenor “The most personal utterance among Mahler’s cre... read more
Jan 2015
30
30th Jan 2015
Edinburgh’s monthly storytelling night, upstairs at the Waverley Bar, accompanied young adults welcome. Join Jack Martin, Edinburgh’s famed teller of tall tales, conveyer of wise cracking puppets and ... read more
Jan 2015
30
Feb 2015
21
30th Jan 2015 until 21st Feb 2015 10am - 6pm
Scottish artist Gillian Cooper investigates ancient goddess sculptures and how their meaning has been lost as our collective memory fades over the millennia. Using cloth as a medium, Gillian reconne... read more
Jan 2015
30
30th Jan 2015 8pm (1hr 10)
To the Celts, Brigid was everything - Goddess of fire, healing and poetry. But where is she now? Join performance storyteller Xanthe Gresham Knight as she goes in search of ‘Her’. Journey through... read more
Jan 2015
30
30th Jan 2015 Fridays, 11am - 7pm every week
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
Jan 2015
30
30th Jan 2015 19.00
To celebrate the first anniversary of the Edinburgh Blues Club we will be having a celebratory night for members of the club, featuring Mike Whellans & Dave Arcari. Blow those January blues away! Bor... read more
Jan 2015
31
31st Jan 2015 Every Saturday 10am - 5pm
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
Jan 2015
31
31st Jan 2015 11am to 5pm Every Saturday
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
Jan 2015
31
31st Jan 2015 11am (1hr)
Travel around the world in story and dance! Globe-trotting dance sensation Carmen Fandango and Disco-Bothy storyteller Ruridh MacRumba take you on a story-dance adventure to celebrate different countr... read more
Feb 2015
01
1st Feb 2015 7pm
The Happy Hour Tour 2015 Originally formed over a dozen years ago while students together at Indiana University, Straight No Chaser has reassembled and reemerged as a phenomenon with a massive fanbas... read more
Feb 2015
04
4th Feb 2015 9pm-12.20am
A friendly open mic night displaying some of the great singer/songwriter talent Edinburgh has to offer read more
Feb 2015
06
6th Feb 2015 20:30
Stand up comedy by the sea starring RAYMOND MEARNS, RICHARD PULSEFORD, TONY SLOAN, MC STEVEN DAVIDSON AND 2 VERY SPECIAL GUESTS. read more
Feb 2015
06
6th Feb 2015 8pm
Following sold out residencies in New York and London, Simon Amstell embarks on his fourth international stand up tour to be free. With intense vulnerability and troubling honesty, Amstell explores f... read more
Feb 2015
06
6th Feb 2015 8pm (1hr 30)
After many gruelling months on a North Sea oil rig, Robyn Darrow is finally coming home. She wants to relax, she wants to party, she wants to get back to her beloved Paul. But when her ferry crashes o... read more
Feb 2015
06
6th Feb 2015 1.30pm (3hrs)
How can the arts of tradition express hospitality and welcome? After Burns, the celebration of Bride in February is about the hearth, hospitality and healing. Mairi Campbell and Donald Smith share how... read more
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