Christmas

Every year, Scottish Ballet kickstarts Christmas entertainment, staging sixty-eight performances of a Festi
A re-designed and enlarged Christmas Market in Edinburgh’s
“The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen, (1844), is a good and evil morality tale featuring two childre
Eighties synth-rock singer Annie Lennox is the designer behind this year’s climate-themed First Minister’s
A traditional carol service for all, held on Mound Place.
A crowd of around 12,000 people packed into the Royal Mile to get Edinburgh’s official
Christmas is over a month away, but Edinburgh's official celebrations kick off on Sunday at 3.30pm with
Building officers at Edinburgh City Council have given Edin
Buy Nothing Day advocates want shoppers to take a break on the traditionally busiest day of the year.
The Winter Solstice, the point at which we are tilted furthest away from the Sun in Earth's Northern hemisp
24 Doors of Advent is a variation on the well-received Doors Open Days
The annual Christmas Market returns to Edinburgh Steiner School, a week after Christmas officially gets und