January what's on

January what's on

 

Darth Veggie croppedWhy not start the New Year off by eating a Star Wars pizza, grabbing a vintage fashion bargain or even attending a Burns Night ceilidh?

Mamma’s Pizza in the Grassmarket celebrated its 30th birthday by launching its own Star Wars menu. Featuring pizza specials such as BBQ-D-2, Cheese-3PO and Boba Feta, this is perfect menu for pizza-loving, Star Wars fans. You might also receive a special treat if you bring in your Star Wars cinema ticket…

The Star Wars menu runs until Sunday 31st January. For more information click here.

Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is back and they will be bringing their fabulous January sale to Edinburgh on Saturday 30th January. For anyone who loves vintage fashion, this one is for you! Taking place at George Street’s Assembly Rooms, the event runs from 11am – 4pm. For more information click here.

Celebrate the life and works of Scottish poet, Robert Burns, at Teviot on Monday 25th January from 8pm. Organised by the Edinburgh University Students’ Association, tickets cost £5 and include a ceilidh, haggis, neeps and tatties. For more information click here.

 

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