Edinburgh's Christmas season launches on the second last Sunday of November, with the first in a series of Christmas light nights.
Over the last 10 years, Strange Town has staged 124 productions, commissioned 98 original scripts and performed in a variety of spaces including thea
As this year’s panto season starts off, King’s Theatre Edinburgh announces Goldilocks and the Three Bears as the panto for 2019/20.
Forget an elfin boy in green tights, forget a babysitting dog, forget Tinkerbell as a darting light and add Tom, a third Darling brother.
Debbie Isitt knows what she’s doing. Seeing the potential to create drama and comedy around a relatable scenario of stress, scepticism and the “most wonderful time of the year”, her film Nativity!
The open space outside the Sheraton Hotel once again becomes home to the famous Spiegeltent where the international cabaret La Clique returns with La Clique Noël – Part Deux.
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
The Edinburgh Singers present a celebration of festive music, featuring beloved works by Grieg, Rutter and Whitacre.
Around 15,000 people thronged along George Street yesterday to celebrate the start of Edinburgh’s Christmas Festival 2018 with
The annual Christmas Concert with the SCO Chorus in Greyfriars Kirk has quickly become a highlight of Edinburgh’s Festive Calendar, and sold out in advance last year.