In 2018, the festival will return to the old Leith Theatre from 25 May to 3rd June 2018; with 10 days and nights of music, theatre, visual art, film, dance, spoken word, late-night DJ’s and special events. This year’s event will be turning the derelict Old Leith Theatre and the old State Cinema into a buzzing hub of music, art, performance for a ten-day jam-packed schedule. Music at Hidden Door steps up a level from previous years. A key highlight must surely be Leith’s own sensations Young Fathers, playing a heady ‘homecoming’ gig after their recent UK tour to support their new album, recorded not far from Leith Theatre. The performance is set to show what this amazing venue is truly capable of. Festival Highlights – at a glance Music Young Fathers, Sylvan Esso, Nadine Shah, Gwenno, Stina Tweeddale (Honeyblood), Dream Wife, C Duncan, Admiral Fallow, Emma Pollock, DJ Food, DJ Nightwave, She Bang Rave Unit. Many more acts to be announced in the coming weeks. Theatre Selected Artists: Annie Lord, Modest Predicament, Tragic Carpet, Rob Jones with Matt Regan, Hannah Jarrett-Scott and Isobel MacArthur, The Golden Trailer Collective, Fiona Oliver Larkin, Alice Mary Cooper, Public Burning Theatre, Rosanna Hall […]
Join Edinburgh’s best Pub Crawl! It’s a smart way to making new friends in Edinburgh, have some laughs, party with other students, backpackers, and international locals from all over the world! Visit three great pubs and clubs in the Edinburgh city and enjoy Edinburgh’s famous nightlife. Highlights Join central Edinburgh’s biggest pub crawl Visit four of New Town’s great pubs and clubs Meet international’s from all over the world (Make new friends in Edinburgh) Play some crazy games and enjoy the non-stop fun Enjoy drinks and food discounts such as half price drink all night Queue-jump at a nightclub entrance Get a free shot at each venue Description Join Edinburgh’s biggest pub crawl bar tour and have a fantastic night out in Scotland’s capital. If you’re new to Edinburgh and unsure where to go to enjoy the city’s famous pub scene, then this is the ideal solution. It’s a great way to meet people from all over the world who like to party and are up for a laugh. Visit 4 great clubs and pubs in central Edinburgh and enjoy a free drink or shot in each as well as great drinks deals. This well-organised tour has friendly staff who show […]
It’s Christmas! A time to get ridiculously merry as we start holidays, and on Edinburgh’s Santa Pub Crawl we’re going to find out if you’re actually naughty or nice! Get dressed up as Christmassy as you dare, and then dare to complete the challenges given to you throughout the night. Some of them are naughty, some of them nice, so by the end of the bar tour, we’ll know exactly which side of the list you’re on! Here’s what Naughty Santa is giving you: FREE ENTRY TO 4 BARS! FREE SHOT AT EACH BAR! DRINK DEALS EVERYWHERE! PHOTOGRAPHER ALL NIGHT! WHAT TO EXPECT? So you’re all dressed up in either your Rudolph outfit, or Christmas Jumper, or snowman gear, or maybe just some wrapping paper 😉 and you head out ready for your Edinburgh Santa Pub Crawl. You will meet our fabulous, dressed hosts at the door where you’ll show your ticket, and in return receive your Santa Pub Crawl for the night. You’ll head to four more great bars/clubs where everyone is in the Christmas spirit, ready to drink and dance the night away, where you will, of course, receive your free shots and exclusive drinks deals all night. Let’s get Christmassy!
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay is one of the world’s greatest New Year celebrations. Join us for three days of spectacular events, incredible bands and amazing audiences from every corner of the globe joins to show the world how to party! Watch or join in as the enchanting Torchlight Procession passes through Old Town in Edinburgh on 30 December, before grabbing your ticket for the famous Hogmanay Street Party and a spectacular fireworks display on 31 December. There’s also a toe-tapping ceilidh and concert in Princes Street Gardens too. On 1 January brave souls can take a ‘refreshing’ (read icy cold!) dip in the Firth of Forth during the annual Loony Dook. Spectators are more than welcome to cheer the looks on from the sidelines!