A unique musical journey through the rich history of Edinburgh's Old Town. Discover an Edinburgh vibrant with life, music and the occasional murder, with songs performed by Graeme E. Pearson, a native of Edinburgh.
It is often forgotten that songs with stories were the only way people had to communicate with each other. Modern humanity is used to the internet, radio and television constantly pumping out information. OOR Tours is a return to the simple format of live entertainment with no fancy visual effects (except for the Tartan Trousers) or amplification. The small closes, streets and courtyards of Edinburgh’s Old Town are ideal for exploiting this and provide excellent acousitcs.Who is this tour suitable for?
The musical tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town is suitable for all ages. It is family friendly and can appeal to young and old. It is also available for corporate entertainment, team building, birthdays, stag or hen parties or just friends.What are you getting for our money?
A unique view of Edinburgh’s Old Town from a native. There are ghost tours a plenty and various other attractions in Edinburgh, but none to compare with the only musical walking tour of Edinburgh. Individuals within groups have the option of paying an extra supplement for a CD or T-shirt.What happens if the weather is really bad?
We can start at a local pub near the Tron Church and the layout of Edinburgh's Old Town provides plenty cover from the elements. There is also the option of diving into one or two of the pubs that Graeme knows so well.
A unique musical journey through the rich history of Edinburgh's old town. Discover an Edinburgh vibrant with life, music and the occasional murder. Graeme E Pearson is a native of Edinburgh. He will perform live traditional and modern songs relating to real events and characters that shaped The Royal Mile. A bright and entertaining introduction to Edinburgh. Family friendly, or great for Hen and stag parties. History and stories of Edinburgh with songs, traditional and modern, performed by Graeme E. Pearson. Walk with Graeme and experience the key events that shaped Edinburgh with songs.