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What's on in Edinburgh this January?

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What's on in Edinburgh this January?

By Megan 06 Jan 2020

Happy New Year! Lets kick off 2020 with a round-up of what’s on in Edinburgh this January:

Festivals and Events

  • Burns Night
    Around 25th January
    Get your friends and family round to cook up some haggis, neeps and tatties & celebrate the late Scottish poet, Robert Burns.  
  • BANFF Mountain Film Festival World Tour
    25th January 
    Showcasing some of the best new films from the world’s most prestigious mountain film festival.  
  • Giant Lanterns of China
    All January
    The Giant Lanterns of China return to Edinburgh Zoo this winter. Join us for a new and exciting adventure as Scottish myths, ancient Chinese legends and incredible creatures come to life.

Music, Theatre and Comedy

  • Scottish Dance Theatre
    29th January
    Join Scotland’s leading contemporary dance company in this extraordinary programme by two of the most internationally acclaimed choreographers of our times.
  • Kaiser Chiefs
    22nd January
    Shen Yun’s unique artistic vision expands theatrical experience into a multi-dimensional, inspiring journey through one of humanity’s greatest treasures - the five millennia of traditional Chinese culture. 
  • Disney's The Lion King
    All January
    A Disney Classic - a multi award-winning musical is a unique theatrical experience that you will remember forever.

Markets and Fairs

  • Stockbridge Market
    Every Sunday in January

    If you're looking to stock up for a cosy Sunday dinner, Stockbridge market will definitely have something for all

Museums, Galleries and Exhibitions

  • Turner in January
    
    All January
    These works, bequeathed to the Galleries by the distinguished collector Henry Vaughan, span Turner's career, from his early topographical wash drawings to his atmospheric sketches of continental Europe in the 1830s and '40s.

Enjoy your January!

Megan is part of the QMU Browzer Team
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