Experience Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden after dark this winter, and enjoy the use of light and shadowÂ designed to highlight the beauty of the garden. Performances begin on October 13 and run until November 6, with times starting from 5pm. Tickets available online or by phone. Wrap up warm and see the gardens as you’ve never seen them! Watch the video of last year’s highlights:
Kilts, ginger wigs, tartan bunnets â€“ that’s the dress code for this fun event. With a highly successful event taking place last year, the event will be returning to Murrayfield Stadium once again, with the number of attendees expected to reach somewhere around 4000.Â Walkers have a choice of distances â€“ 26, 12 or 5 miles â€“ and sponsor money goes to Scotland’s children’s charities, causes and schools. Make sure you sign up soon to avoid missing out on a fantastic and fun opportunity!
Ocean lovers need to get along to this, as one of only three Scottish dates for the UK festival. With superb, inspiring films about the sea (whether under or on it), you will be inspired and thrilled at what is in store. See the trailer below for a taster…
As part of the Edinburgh Science Festival this year, this evening event at Edinburgh Zoo takes in new developments as well as fun things like a silent disco. Keep an eye on the website for other events throughout the month.
Okay, so it’s indoors â€“ but bouldering at EICA while the weather is cold makes you stronger for the outdoors! There will be prizes and refreshments at Tiso afterwards, and with lots of new holds in the bouldering room, it should be exciting!
Programme two of this three day adventure film festival at the Filmhouse, Edinburgh. There are three films showing. Byornoya follows three brothers on a surfing trip in Norway, while Burn it Down, at just 4 minutes, captures longboarder James Kelly hurtling around Californian roads. Third on the bill is The Last Explorers of the Rio Santa Cruz. This documents an incredible journey on horseback along the famous river.
Programme one of this three day adventure film festival in Edinburgh. Showing tonight is Chasing Shadows â€“ a winter sports movie encapsulating all that is exciting about snowboarding. Set in mountain ranges as diverse as Chamonix and the Himalayas.
Adventures from all around the world are featured in a superb film programme. This year’s guest speakers include mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick (who also does stand-up), climber Dave MacLeod, photographer John Griffith and mountain biker Lee Craigie.