Alison O’Donnell will explore the history of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals, in this free history of nursing talk.
A host of venues are taking part in inaugural Disabled Access Day in Edinburgh.
This is one party you won’t want to miss!
Around 175,000 visitors attend the four-day annual trade show for those involved in the farming, food, and countryside sectors. Huge numbers of different classes of pigs, cows, horses, and other livestock are on parade as well as farm machinery and locally grown produce. There's also a broad range of events for the lay person, with culinary demos in the Food Hall being one of the big draws.
The Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival is an independent film festival screening some of the latest films for outdoor enthusiasts, whether they are climbers, skiers or snowboarders, kayakers, BASE jumpers or explorers.
Festival of new theatre works, workshops, discussions, film, and other events exploring the intersection of puppetry, physical theatre and animation at the Traverse Theatre.
As has been the custom for more than a century, January marks the annual, free Turner exhibition of 38 watercolours at the Scottish National Gallery in Edi
Opening Night of "Somewhere in this Song", an exhibition by Alan McGowan (running Saturday 17 January - Sunday 8 February, 10am-6pm).
Private View of Human Blues exhibition (running Saturday 24 January - Sunday 1 February) at the gallery.