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  • The National Gallery
    The National Gallery
  • The Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh
    The Playhouse Theatre
  • Looking up to the entrance of The Queen's Gallery, Edinburgh
    The Queen's Gallery
  • Visitors walking along the landform installation 'Ueda' by Charles Jencks outside the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
    The Scottish National Galllery of Modern Art
  • Outside the Usher Hall during the International Festival, Edinburgh
    The Usher Hall during the Edinburgh International Festival

Visit the arts and culture attractions of Edinburgh & The Lothians, which include brilliant galleries, fantastic art centres and entertainment venues.

Spend the day marvelling at national collections of artworks or exploring smaller galleries. At night, take in a theatre show or drop by a comedy club for a few laughs.

Edinburgh & The Lothians offer a fantastic variety of productions staged in amazing theatres. Settle down in a comfy chair and enjoy work by big companies such as Scottish Opera and the National Theatre of Scotland or see leading amateur performances.

The Festival Theatre is a huge glass-fronted building in the Old Town of Edinburgh and has a 1,900-seater theatre that offers an inspiring programme of big budget dance and drama throughout the year. Opened in 1994, the stunning venue is the largest performance area in Scotland, second only to the Royal Opera House in the UK.

Brunton Theatre in Musselburgh, East Lothian, offers a range of shows for all the family with music, theatre, dance and film. Productions here include drama, dance, comedy, children’s theatre, film, workshops, musicals, amateur and community productions which appeal to a wide audience.

The Stand Comedy Club is where the world's top comedians perform during the festival, and the rest of the year it hosts a nightly array of new and established comedy talent.

The Palace of Holyroodhouse is home to centuries of fascinating history. Alongside is the wonderful Queen's Gallery, a permanent space for changing exhibitions from the Royal Collections.

Use the information listings to plan a creative day out at arts and culture attractions in Edinburgh & The Lothians.

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  1. The Linlithgow Story

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    Exhibitions

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    • 3 Museum
    3 Museum

    Linlithgow

    The Linlithgow Story tells of the town's connection with the Stewart dynasty and the lives and occupations of its ordinary people, using artefacts supplemented by video and audio presentations.

  2. Jamie's Scottish Evening

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    Scottish Show

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    Edinburgh - City Centre

    The King James Thistle Hotel hosts Scotland's longest running stage show - Jamie's Scottish Evening. After providing over three decades of the very best in traditional Scottish entertainment we feel we are in a position to boast.

  3. Peter Potter Gallery

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    Galleries

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    Haddington

    Peter Potter Gallery, hailed as the 'jewel in the crown' of East Lothian is a contemporary gallery showing visual art and craft exhibitions.

  4. Doodles Ceramic Workshop

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    Arts & Crafts

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    Doodles Ceramic Workshop offers a unique opportunity for everyone to discover their creativity.

  5. Gradings

    • 4 Visitor Attraction
    4 Visitor Attraction

    Edinburgh - City Centre

    The Scottish National Gallery is one of Scotland’s top free visitor attractions. It houses Scotland’s national collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century.

  6. Church Hill Theatre

    Type

    Theatre

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    Edinburgh

    The Church Hill Theatre seats 360 people in the main theatre and also has a studio for rehearsals and parties.

  7. Randolph Gallery

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    Galleries

    Gradings

    Edinburgh

    The Randolph Gallery was established in Edinburgh in 1996 by Margaret Bruce and Alan Renfrew and promotes the work of leading contemporary realist and surrealist painters.

  8. Gradings

    North Berwick

    The Pitclay Gallery sits in a stunning location just three miles outside North Berwick where you can see the collectable ceramic artworks of David Cohen and Ronnie Fulton.

  9. Gradings

    Edinburgh

    The King's houses visits by major touring drama productions, including the Edinburgh International Festival, as well as being home to Edinburgh's annual pantomime and the local amateur societies' productions.

  10. Musselburgh Museum

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    Museums

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    • 4 Museum
    4 Museum

    Musselburgh

    Welcome to Musselburgh Museum

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