Edinburgh's Christmas season launches on the second last Sunday of November, with the first in a series of Christmas light nights.
As this year’s panto season starts off, King’s Theatre Edinburgh announces Goldilocks and the Three Bears as the panto for 2019/20.
Barely have face paints been smeared off guisers’ faces, the last bit of grimaced pumpkin flesh been eaten in final bowl of soup and the last squib has been dampened, than Edinburgh has donned it
Around 15,000 people thronged along George Street yesterday to celebrate the start of Edinburgh’s Christmas Festival 2018 with
A rare chance to watch Richard Curtis's celebrated romantic comedy "Love Actually" on a huge screen with a full orchestra performing Craig Armstrong’s popular score.
Traditional carol concert which takes place at the nativity scene in St Andrew Square in Edinburgh's New Town.
This is a free event.
Sunday December 9 will see Summerhall into a Christmas extravaganza when it brings together over 70 vendors along with festive entertainment to put you in the spirit of the season.
Join in the Christmas fun at Clambers soft play at The Royal Commonwealth Pool with their annual festive party.
Work off all that excess energy and enjoy 2-hours of soft play and lots of other fun activities including face painting, tattoos, disco, games, and arts and crafts and receive a present from Santa.
Don your best Christmas jumper and/or Christmas outfit to be in with a chance of a prize.
Children - Non-Members-£10.00 / Members-£9.00 / 0-11 months-£5.00
Enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea in the Clambers’ party room at the Royal Commonwealth Pool whilst making reindeer dust; writing a letter to Santa with the elves, before visiting Santa to receive a present. This will be followed by a 45-minute soft-play session.
Join Santa for a Christmas breakfast at Scrambles soft play at EICA:Ratho, before he retires to his office to check the ‘Naughty and Nice’ list. Children will enjoy a breakfast of cereal, yoghurt, a sausage in a mini roll, a piece of fruit, a Christmas cookie and a carton of juice, while the adults will have a choice of tea or coffee served with a bacon roll.
The hearty breakfast will be followed by good old-fashioned party games, including the Hokey Cokey; Christmas Corners; Musical Statues; and the elves’ favourite game, Pass the Parcel. Before they leave, the children will visit Santa to receive a gift.