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- Conference on Human Responses to Vibration The UK Conference on Human Responses to Vibration (UK HRV) is an opportunity for specialists from the UK and further afield to exchange…
- Doors Open Days Around 150 buildings, many off-bounds to the general public during the rest of the year, throw open their doors, and gates for the annual…
- Makers Marque Makers Marque Sunday 29th September 2019 12pm - 5pm, £2/£1 concession Makers Marque is more than just a market for local traders and…
- Festival of Politics The Festival of Politics is a populist, accessible festival held once a year at the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood. The festival pulls…
- Scottish International Storytelling Festival As the nights draw in, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival celebrates the art of yarn-spinning and tale-telling held. The…
Edinburgh Short Film Festival The Edinburgh Short Film Festival bills itself as Edinburgh's accessible, friendly and eclectic short film festival. The 2019 Festival…
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind Tour This behind the scenes tour will present objects, illustrations and early medical texts on the history of mental health which are not…
- Edinburgh's Christmas Christmas, or Xmas for non-believers, used to be a quiet period in Edinburgh. It's less so now, although (Edinburgh's Hogmanay aside) it's…
- Edinburgh Christmas Light Night Edinburgh's Christmas season launches on the second last Sunday of November, with the first in a series of Christmas light nights (this…
- Talk: Animals and Madness Speaker: Professor Chris Philo, Professor of Geography, University of Glasgow Louis Wain was a relatively well known British illustrator…
- Christmas Day A Christmas Day Bank Holiday takes place on the 25th December if it's a weekday. If Christmas Day is on the weekend - Christmas Day 2021,…
- Boxing Day Bank Holiday A Boxing Day Bank Holiday takes place on the 26th December the day after Christmas Day. If Christmas Day or Boxing Day are on the weekend…
Edinburgh's Hogmanay: Torchlight Procession As in previous years, the 2018 Torchlight Procession opens the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations with around 8,000 torchbearers…
- Edinburgh's Hogmanay Traditionally, Hogmanay is marked in Scotland with friends and first footing at the strike of midnight in the New Year. The origins of…
- New Year's Day Public Holiday The new year starts with an extra day off work (for most). The statutory Bank Holiday in Scotland is on the first day of the year, or the…
Hogmanay Midnight Fireworks As Edinburgh's Hogmanay builds to the midnight bells "countdown firework" displays take place at 9pm, 10pm, and 11pm on New Year's Eve,…
- 2nd January Bank Holiday One of two Scottish Bank Holidays that are observed at the beginning of January. Edinburgh's Hogmanay festivities usually end on the first…
- Burns&Beyond Festival The inaugural six-day Burns&Beyond festival launched in January 2019 with a range of activities and entertainment centred around…
- Edinburgh Science Festival Founded in 1988, the Edinburgh Science Festival brings together a programme of around 270 educational and interactive activities for the…
- Good Friday Good Friday is part of Easter, a Christian holiday, marking the death of Jesus Christ on the cross. It falls before Easter Sunday. Good…