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Your Guide to What's On in Edinburgh

Events, offers, things to do, festivals, bars, restaurants, arts, entertainment, hidden gems, and business in the city of Edinburgh

WHAT’S ON IN EDINBURGH

22 Oct

Bondagers at the Royal Lyceum Theatre

recurrences

0131 248 4848

Royal Lyceum Theatre, 30b Grindlay St, EH3 9AX

22/10/2014 To 15/11/2014

7:30 pm To 9:00 pm

27 Sep

Pout at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange

0131 477 3500

Edinburgh Corn Exchange, 11 Newmarket Road, EH14 1RJ

27/09/2014 To 28/09/2014

11:00 am To 7:00 pm

08 Nov

Edinburgh Corn Exchange Wedding Fair

0131 4773500

Edinburgh Corn Exchange, 11 Newmarket Road, EH14 1RJ

08/11/2014 To 09/11/2014

10:00 am To 5:00 pm

EDINBURGH HIGHLIGHTS

Simpson & Marwick Recruits New Team for London Office

Simpson & Marwick Recruits New Team for London Office

Gordon Walker has joined the firm’s English practice

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Yellow Fever Centre at YourGP

Yellow Fever Centre at YourGP

This week we discuss the serious illness, Yellow Fever

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Motorcycle Law Scotland: Compensation Case Study

Motorcycle Law Scotland: Compensation Case Study

We spoke to Motorcycle Law Scotland about the case of Graham Clark

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Delicious Festive Dining – Just £35 Per Person!

Delicious Festive Dining – Just £35 Per Person!

Celebrate with Divino Enoteca this December

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COOLSCULPTING FAT REDUCTION TREATMENT AT FACE & BODY

THINGS TO DO IN EDINBURGH

Bondagers at the Royal Lyceum Theatre

Bondagers at the Royal Lyceum Theatre

Don’t miss Bondagers by Sue Glover, directed by Lu Kemp at the Royal Lyceum Theatre

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Pout at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange

Pout at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange

Edinburgh’s ultimate girly weekend is back!

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Edinburgh Corn Exchange Wedding Fair

Edinburgh Corn Exchange Wedding Fair

The Wedding Fair at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange proves to be one of the best in Scotland!

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Halloween Dinner with Storytelling

Halloween Dinner with Storytelling

Once the city’s former lunatic asylum

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