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Feb 2014
19
Feb 2203
27
19th Feb 2014 until 27th Feb 2203
Craft Beer Kitchen Would you like to brew your very own beer and take it away with you in your very own personalised bottles? Well we suggest you read on! Craft Beer Kitchen Here at Stewart Brewin... read more
Jan 2016
15
Dec 2017
31
15th Jan 2016 until 31st Dec 2017 Daily, daylight hours
Are you curious about Edinburgh? Looking for an unusual and quirky activity which gets you out in the fresh air whatever the weather? Take one of our self-guided walks with a treasure hunt theme – loo... read more
Jun 2017
23
Nov 2017
12
23rd Jun 2017 until 12th Nov 2017 10:00-17:00
The history of the exiled Stuart dynasty and their supporters, known as Jacobites, has held an enduring and romantic fascination for generations, from the writings of Sir Walter Scott to the current O... read more
Jun 2017
27
Dec 2017
31
27th Jun 2017 until 31st Dec 2017 Daily at 11:00 (1hr)
Venue: Tours leave from the Meeting Point, Entrance Hall, Level 0 From stunning Victorian architecture to the Lewis Chessmen, this tour will give you a flavour of all the National Museum of Scotland ... read more
Jun 2017
27
Dec 2017
31
27th Jun 2017 until 31st Dec 2017 Daily at 13:00 (1hr)
Venue: Tours leave from the Meeting Point, Entrance Hall, Level 0 Follow the story of Scotland through fascinating objects on this highlights tour. read more
Jun 2017
27
Dec 2017
31
27th Jun 2017 until 31st Dec 2017 Daily at 15:00 (1hr)
Venue: Tours leave from the Meeting Point, Entrance Hall, Level 0 Our free guided themed tours at National Museum of Scotland explore everything from Scotland's history to the supernatural. read more
Jul 2017
21
Nov 2017
05
21st Jul 2017 until 5th Nov 2017 10:00 - 17:00
Exploring the people and places of Scotland’s offshore energy industry, this contemporary art exhibition showcases the work of visual artist Sue Jane Taylor who has worked in some of the most remote a... read more
Oct 2017
17
17th Oct 2017 11am-12pm & 2pm-3pm
The Middle Ages were a grim time to be sick! With no antibiotics available how were illnesses and diseases treated? Join our Learning Team to discover some of the weird and wonderful cures/remedies... read more
Oct 2017
17
17th Oct 2017 11am (1hr 30)
If you could change into an animal for a day, what would you choose? An eagle, a toad, a hare, a wolf? A dragon? Lari Don will share her favourite shapeshifter tales, talk about the shapeshifting char... read more
Oct 2017
17
Oct 2017
19
17th Oct 2017 until 19th Oct 2017 7.30pm (1hr 15)
As a young actor Mark Lockyer found himself working for the Royal Shakespeare Company, and it was while performing onstage at Stratford that he started to lose control of his life. He walked out on a ... read more
Oct 2017
18
18th Oct 2017 11am (1hr 30)
Lari Don loves telling stories about riddles, writing adventures containing riddles, and bamboozling audiences with riddles! Join Lari to hear a riddle tale, learn to create your own riddles and hear ... read more
Oct 2017
19
19th Oct 2017 7pm
The medieval Soutra hospital was built just off the Royal Road; the main route between England and Scotland, and dates back to 12th century. It was run by Augustinian monks looking after the poor, tra... read more
Oct 2017
19
Oct 2017
31
19th Oct 2017 until 31st Oct 2017 10am-6pm
An opportunity to engage and experience aeons old stories in a completely new light. Multidisciplinary artist, writer and creator Travis De Vries’ works live at the Storytelling Centre as artist in re... read more
Oct 2017
20
20th Oct 2017 5pm (1hr)
Explore the undocumented side of our history through folk tales, urban legends, culture heroes and creatures, exposed in gripping original tales. Spirits, gods and demons from antiquity are dredged... read more
Oct 2017
20
20th Oct 2017 6.30pm (1hr 45)
A poetic, funny and warm storytelling performance about the everlasting human search for truth and connection, freedom and beauty. In a playful stream of English spiced with their native tongues, thre... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 19:30
The Sixteen Harry Christophers conductor Our 17th Choral Pilgrimage tour contrasts the music of the ‘Prince of polyphony’ Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina with the great 20th-century melodist Fran... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 1pm (1hr)
A scientist accidentally invents a machine which buzzes, creaks, clatters, but most importantly tells stories! On request, the machine has already told stories about a boy who lived in a pocket, lo... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 2pm (2hrs 30)
Enter the enchanted world of fairy tales, full of mystery, malice and magic. With sessions for 4-6 years, 6-8 years and 9+ with accompanying adults, through the afternoon. Unaccompanied adults are ... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 5pm (50mins)
Once described as “a force of nature”, storyteller Jerker Fahlström invites you to a glittering world of the Viking Age gods and heroes. With his brilliant ingenuity, tales are woven together with ... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 6.30pm (1hr 10)
Throughout 2013, James Robertson wrote a daily story, each exactly 365 words long. In 2016-17, Aidan O’Rourke wrote a daily tune in response to the stories, collaborating on some of them with harmo... read more
Oct 2017
21
21st Oct 2017 8pm (2hrs)
Storytellers and musicians gather round the hearth for a relaxed traditional session of stories from home and abroad, as the darkness closes in and the embers glow with pictures in the fire. Hosted... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 1pm (1hr 10)
Storyteller and folklorist Michał Malinowski hosts this rich introduction to Polish oral tradition. Showcasing the vivid and interactive telling style, spectators can discover a rich brew of Polish... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 3pm (1hr)
Storyteller Seung Ah Kim collected a treasure of Korean folk tales from her grandmother and has brought them to Scotland to share. Join her in an enchanted afternoon of traditional stories from the... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 3.30pm (1hr)
Storyteller Tom Muir tells the great Orkney saga of Magnus, the earl who made peace, and paid with his life, nine hundred years ago. Since then the legend of Magnus has gone round the world and the... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 5pm (50mins)
Originally from the region of Isan, in northeast Thailand, storyteller Wajuppa Tossa will guide you through a rich forest of Thai myths and legends, where you can pick up some words of Lao – the local... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 6.30pm (1hr)
Your evening will be lit by hundreds of dazzling stars as ancient Persian stories unfold under the fine craftmanship of Master Storyteller Nosratollah Goodarzi, with bilingual support storyteller Elna... read more
Oct 2017
22
22nd Oct 2017 8pm (2hrs)
Storytellers and musicians gather round the hearth for a relaxed traditional session of stories from home and abroad, as the darkness closes in and the embers glow with pictures in the fire. Hosted by... read more
Oct 2017
23
23rd Oct 2017 10.30am (2hrs)
The Village Storytelling Centre has an excellent track record of delivering projects in school settings, from whole school projects to working with a single class over several weeks or delivering prog... read more
Oct 2017
23
23rd Oct 2017 5pm (50mins)
Experience the rich traditions of New Zealand’s Land of Cloud and Dawn, with Maori storyteller Joe Harawira. The first nation peoples of Aotearoa are a dynamic part of the nation’s contemporary cultur... read more
Oct 2017
23
23rd Oct 2017 6.30pm (1hr)
Enjoy a cosy evening with storyteller Stina Fagertun. With her Norwegian, Kven and Coastal Sami ancestry she will share fairy tales and legends from the edge of the Arctic Circle. Northern Light... read more
Oct 2017
23
23rd Oct 2017 8pm (2hrs)
EStorytellers and musicians gather round the hearth for a relaxed traditional session of stories from home and abroad, as the darkness closes in and the embers glow with pictures in the fire. Hoste... read more
Oct 2017
24
24th Oct 2017 2.30pm (1hr)
The heritage and landscapes of this beautiful country in the North East of the Mediterranean Sea are brought to life by the young storytellers of the Istra Inspirit group. Be transported by their s... read more
Oct 2017
24
24th Oct 2017 5pm (50mins)
Jess Smith and Maja Bumberák explore connections between Europe’s nomadic peoples. Often described as “gypsies”, these distinct groups are known for their rich oral cultures and the harsh prejudice... read more
Oct 2017
24
24th Oct 2017 6.30pm (1hr)
While Gaelic music and dance practices are rich and reasonably well-documented, few writers on these subjects have proceeded from the culture’s own vantage point. Dr Uilleam Lamb considers what we ... read more
Oct 2017
24
24th Oct 2017 8pm (2hrs)
Margaret Bennet, Ruth Kirkpatrick, David Campbell and Jess Smith celebrate their rich inheritance from iconic mentors and forebears. By honouring the past, we give to the future. A night to reme... read more
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