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Updated: Monday, November 25, 2013
(22 November - 5th of January)
Edinburgh's Christmas lights were switched on last night by cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy, with an estimated audience of 26,000 joining in the countdown!
Hundreds of entertainers from schools and community groups put on shows at 12 stages set along the length of George Street. The dazzling displays included performances of everything from LED hula-hooping to African drumming.
What a fantastic experience! Enjoy the festive season with us in Edinburgh until the 5th of January 2014. What is on the palette this week?
Updated: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
However we try not to think about that autumn is getting away we have to admit: we are very close to the Edinburgh Christmas Festive Events.
Scotland's capital has a feast of festive treats from wonderful, world class attractions, sparkling shopping, fabulous food and drink with the best shows, theatre and cultural events to keep you warm and busy this winter.
Let's keep you updated about festive events, attractions, shopping, food & drink and culture.
Updated: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
- Scotland v South Africa Rugby Autumn Test
17th of november Murrayfield
After last weekend Scotland's victory over Japan we expect another beating result from The Scottish Rugby Team this Sunday at Murrayfiled. Scotland recorded a win in their first viagogo Autmn Test in front of a 32,680 strong crowd(!) at Murrayfield.
Support them again South Africa this Sunday!!!
Scotland v Japan: 42 - 17
Congratulation to the Scotland Rugby Team who beat Japan at Murrayfield Edinburgh!!!
Scotland get their autumn tests off to a winning start against Japan yesterday .The first half was a bit frustrated start for the team but
in the second term they started to play good rugby and had a well deserved winning at the end.
They will play against South Africa next week and wish all the best to the team and see You All again at Murrayfield next week!
Updated: Friday, November 8, 2013
Scotland Captain Kelly Brown - who returns to the side after his injury - says it is going to be a more challenging match then expected.
"I think the people who think it's going to be easy have obviously not watched the Japanese games from the summer." - he said to the BBC.