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From tiny lemurs to mighty gorillas, discover the wonderful world of primates in this fascinating exhibition.
Fall in love with the music of Whitney Houston as the breathtaking production comes to Edinburgh.
Join the intrepid family of adventurers and their musical dog on their quest to find a bear...
Celebrate the birthday of Scotland's national poet with special events taking place across Edinburgh.
The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival is coming to Edinburgh.
Shine a light on the print and publishing history of the Canongate.
Go on a cartographic journey from Edinburgh to the ends of the earth at the National Library of Scotland.
Bill Kenwright presents a fully staged production of Evita, the bittersweet of the life of Eva Peron.
The vibrant, unique and exciting, Edinburgh Student Arts Festival is back in the city this February to showcase the works from various students across the city.
It's time to start getting excited about Titanic The Musical, as it comes to the King's Theatre in Edinburgh.
Discover the best of the dub-reggae music scene in Edinburgh's Old Town.
Joe McElderry stars in the iconic musical at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
Be transported to magical worlds of make-believe with a wide range of puppetry and animation.
Join the growing harp community in Scotland's Capital.