September was packed with fresher's fun, so let’s keep the momentum going and fill your diaries for October!
Festivals and Events
- Edinburgh Coffee Festival
Edinburgh’s third coffee festival; certain to stimulate senses with the aroma of coffee, exciting demonstrations, interactive workshops, live music and other attractions.
11th – 15th October
German beer, food and music – what better kind of party is there?! Located at Princes Street Gardens.
- Meats and Beats Festival
20th - 22nd October
Meats & Beats is a feast of meatylicious street food - mixed with all your favourite music from the past five decades
A celebration of all things spooky! Follow the link to find out what you could do in Edinburgh this Halloween.
Music, Theatre and Comedy
- A Street Car Named Desire
3rd - 7th October
Join us for a dazzling trip to the whirlwind world of New Orleans with this sultry and sophisticated new production of a timeless American masterpiece.
- Greg Davies: You Magnificent Beast
Greg Davies, BAFTA nominated star of Cuckoo, Man Down, The Inbetweeners and Taskmaster, is back with his first stand up show in four years.
- Sunset Boulevard
3rd - 7th October
One of the all-time great musicals, Sunset Boulevard is a compelling story of romance and obsession, based on Billy Wilder’s legendary film, with Don Black and Christopher Hampton's wonderful book and lyrics.
- London Grammar
Catch this English indie pop band at the Usher Hall
Markets and Fairs
- Platform 2, Waverley Station
Every Friday in October
The perfect way to support local small businesses
- Edinburgh Farmers Market
Every Saturday in October
Situated on Castle Terrace, it's a great spot for some Saturday strolling
- Stockbridge Market
Every Sunday in October
If you're looking to stock up for a cosy Sunday dinner, Stockbridge market will definitely have something for all
Museums, Galleries and Exhibitions
- Scotland's Early Silver
This stunning exhibition explores the impact of silver during the first millennium AD.
- When We Were Young: Photographs of Childhood from the National Galleries of Scotland
The second in a series of thematic photography exhibitions, this display documents the experience and representation of childhood to coincide with Scotland’s Year of the Young Person 2018.
Enjoy your October!