Discover what's on in Edinburgh this month.
From dazzling musical shows and breath-taking festivals to fascinating exhibitions and bustling markets, and there is always lots to do in Edinburgh. Browse through our list of events below and plan your weekend, week, or month ahead.
Don’t miss Disney's The Lion King at the Edinburgh Playhouse and be amazed by magicians, illusionists and mind-readers at MagicFest 2019. The Burns&Beyond festival returns at the end of the month celebrating Scottish culture.
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Let's celebrate Chinese New Year together in Edinburgh.
Celebrate Scottish culture from Burns to now in venues across Edinburgh city centre.
An irreverent all-female adaptation of Jane Austen’s unrivalled literary classic.
Scotland’s cheekiest spiky-haired scamp comes to Edinburgh.
A fascinating exhibition exploring the enduring artistic bond between Scotland and Italy.
They’d kill for a body like yours!
Find out more about Scotland's role in identifying and treating tropical diseases.
Meet the most feared and revered of all dinosaurs in this cutting-edge exhibition.
Set against the majesty of the Serengeti Plains and to the evocative rhythms of Africa, Disney's multi award-winning musical is a unique theatrical experience that you will remember forever.
Internationally renowned sculptor David Mach turned DCL&G into an artist's studio as part of Visit Scotland’s Year of Coast and Waters 2020.
Edinburgh will be looking to perform a repeat of their victorious season opener over Cardiff Blues when the Welsh side visit BT Murrayfield on Friday 28 February 2020.
The Assembly Rooms hosts a festival dedicated to health, fitness and wellbeing.
The wives of Henry VIII take to the mic to tell their story at the Festival Theatre.
Wrap up warm and cheer on the home team as Scotland tackle their opponents at Murrayfield.
Masks, capes and costumes at the ready!
Lots of events and activities are taking place to celebrate the Snowdrop Festival 2020.
2020 marks the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath, one of Scotland's most important historical artefacts.
Susan Boyle has announced she is heading back out on tour for the first time in four years with a spectacular new show, ‘The TEN Tour’.
Wee Dub Festival presents their biggest line-up yet, from roots and culture through to proper dub, dancehall, grime and pure party vibes.
Scotland’s biggest motorcycle show returns, with all the latest models, major manufacturers, and breathtaking live action.
One of the largest science festivals in Europe returns to Edinburgh for 2020.
Cult favourites descend on the EICC for a weekend of heroic proportions.
Celebrate the first signs of summer with a blazing mix of fire, drumming, dance, and acrobatics.
Whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or completely new to the spirit, there’s something to please all palates. So grab a ticket and immerse yourself in the wonderful world of gin!
Kilomathon 2020, taking place on Sunday 5th April, offers three unique race distances and is the perfect way to kick-start the running season.
An explosion of colour and a treasure trove of new trends, Gardening Scotland 2020 is bursting with inspirational ideas, exquisite displays and expert advice.
All roads lead to BT Murrayfield as Edinburgh and Glasgow take to the big stage for the final leg of the 1872 Cup!
Munster will be back in the capital for the first time since the Heineken Champions Cup Quarter Final last season on Saturday 9 May, and this time Edinburgh will be hoping to get the victory.
Cheer on thousands of dedicated runners at the second biggest marathon festival in the UK.
See some of the best theatre, dance, multi-media and puppetry performances at this world-class festival. Perfect for a family weekend.
Gung-Ho! is coming to Inverleith Park, Edinburgh on 23rd May 2020, a 5km run with huge inflatable obstacles and a whole heap of FUN!
Established in 1947, EIFF is renowned around the world for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema.
Don't miss this famous four day country and agriculture show.
Pride Edinburgh returns for its 25th year.
Edinburgh Whisky Festival returns on Saturday 6 June 2020.
Direct from BBC One's award-winning TV show Strictly Come Dancing, this live production will bring together some of the much loved Strictly Professional dancers who will dazzle with their dance prowess at the Edinburgh Playhouse.