A city at the heart of art!
The city's rich cultural history continues to grow and thrive in a city which has played host to all of the greats.
Every client has a unique story to tell through the artwork they choose and Arusha enables them to tell it by providing a vast selection of internationally sourced, contemporary art. Find this gallery in the north of the city.
Assembly Rooms is the place for inspirational and charismatic events of all types, always guaranteeing the most memorable occasions. Elegance and beauty combine with everything you would expect from a modern of venue.
Bedlam Theatre is a unique, entirely student-run theatre in the centre of Edinburgh. Clearly visible from the Royal Mile in the heart of the city, Bedlam is a fully operational 90-seat theatre housed in an imposing neo-gothic church.
Beltane Fire Festival
The Beltane Fire Festival takes place on Calton Hill. At the procession’s head is the May Queen and the Green Man, followed by a cavalcade of characters who are intrinsically linked to them and their journey.
City Art Centre
The City Art Centre, in the centre, has a busy programme of exhibitions which change regularly to suit the interests of visitors. People see favourites from the city’s nationally recognised collection of Scottish art.
A contemporary visual arts organisation that delivers an exciting and ambitious programme of new exhibitions, commissions and projects. Collective’s programme presents contemporary art in all its diversity.
Dovecot Tapestry Studio
Dovecot Tapestry Studio has a century-long heritage of making and collaboration with leading contemporary artists. The Studio works to commission from private and public collectors around the globe.
A trip to Scotland’s capital isn’t complete without a visit to Edinburgh Castle. Part of The Old and New Town and standing majestically on top of a 340 million year-old extinct volcanic rock, the castle is a powerful national symbol.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Every year thousands of performers take to hundreds of stages all over Edinburgh to present shows for every taste. Performers from big names in entertainment to unknown artists take part, looking to build their careers.
If you like a little added sparkle with your live entertainment then the prestigious Festival Theatre is the place for you. The impressive glass facade imposes a sense of occasion as you enter the sleek and contemporary foyer spaces.
The Ingleby Gallery maintains an ambitious program of exhibitions and off-site projects by established and emerging artists. Over the past 17 years, it has secured a reputation as one of the country’s leading private galleries.
A continuous programme of temporary exhibitions by invited artists. Exhibitions are presented during spring, summer, autumn and winter periods and are accompanied by a public engagement programme.
The clean, fresh design of the modernised box office sits nicely alongside the Art Nouveau splendour of the original foyer, but it is the King’s auditorium that commands the wow factor; an Aladdin’s cave of Viennese Baroque.
The Laurel Gallery boasts an eclectic, exciting range of paintings from British artists plus limited edition giclee prints, ceramics, sculptures, glass art and jewellery. It’s a specialist art gallery in Stockbridge.
National Museum of Scotland
Follow the story of Scotland from prehistory to the present day, marvel at a spectacular array of over 800 objects and meet the Scots whose ideas, innovations and leadership took them across the world in the Discoveries gallery.
Open Eye Gallery
Open Eye Gallery is one of Scotland’s leading private art galleries. Set in the heart of the New Town of Edinburgh it represents leading Scottish contemporary artists including John Bellany, Leon Morrocco, Barbara Rae and John Byrne.
This is the largest working theatre in the UK in terms of audience capacity, seating 3,059 people over three levels. Originally used as a cinema, nowadays the venue is used for large scale touring musical productions.
Royal Lyceum Theatre
Home of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, the Royal Lyceum Theatre is a beautiful Victorian building which was built in 1883. It is an intimate and traditional venue, making it perfect for Festival theatre performances.
Royal Scottish Academy
The Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture runs a year-round programme of exhibitions, artist opportunities and related educational talks and events which support artists at all stages of their careers.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra is one of Scotland’s five National Performing Arts Companies, and is internationally recognised for its innovative approach to music-making and programme planning.
Scottish National Gallery
The Scottish National Gallery is in the heart of Edinburgh and houses one of the best collections of fine art in the world. See 4 exhibitions, 16 displays, and exceptional must-sees. There are also 64 events to attend.
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is a must-see venue for modern and contemporary art. It is home to a fantastic sculpture park and Pig Rock Bothy. Admission is free, however a charge may be made for special exhibitions.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Come face to face with Scotland, past and present, at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. See 5 exhibitions, 11 displays and some exceptional must-sees. There are also 17 events to attend. Admission is free.
Scottish Storytelling Centre
The Scottish Storytelling Centre is a vibrant arts venue located on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. The centre has a live storytelling, theatre, music, exhibitions, family events and workshops happening all year round.
Seashore Gallery is located in the small historic fishing village of Cockenzie in East Lothian. It is the working studio and gallery of painter and glass artist Fiona Crombie. Several workshops and classes are available to take part in.
Stills is a centre for photography. It’s open seven days a week and offers exhibitions and production facilities as well as a range of engagement opportunities for anyone to discover, enjoy and understand photography.
The Sutton Gallery was first established in 2012. In the gallery you will find a wide range of artwork in many different media, from oil and acrylic paintings to original prints like lithographs, screenprints and etchings.
The Brunton is the place to be for the best in quality music, theatre, dance, comedy, children’s shows and film – all year round. The theatre seats 296 in tiered seating and all seats have a clear, open view of the stage.
The Fruitmarket Gallery
The Fruitmarket Gallery brings to Scotland some of the world’s most important contemporary artists. The Gallery recognises that art can change lives and it offers an intimate encounter with art for free.
The Hub, Edinburgh’s iconic landmark, towers over the heart of the world’s leading festival city. This unique and spectacular venue is a stunning combination of award-winning contemporary design and classic Victorian architecture.
The Leith Gallery
The gallery represents many of Scotland’s established artists but its interests also extend to the discovery of exiting new artistic talent, showcasing within its four walls a wide range of Scottish contemporary artwork.
The Red Door Gallery
One of Edinburgh’s most varied and interesting galleries featuring work from emerging and established artists, jewellers and illustrators. If you are looking to bring back a memory from your trip to the city, head to Red Door.
Located on Broughton Street and established to bring the very best of the contemporary art scene to the public view, and to offer the finest service to buyer and artist alike, Union Gallery is a gallery with a difference.
Urbane Art Gallery
At Urbane Art Gallery you will find an extensive portfolio of artworks by award-winning artists from around the world. The Gallery’s staff work collaboratively with you to source the right work for your space and lifestyle.
A centre of excellence embracing the widest range of music and events, including rock, pop, jazz, world, blues, comedy, talks, school concerts, conferences, sponsorship events, ceremonies, lectures and recording sessions.