November What's On

November What's On

 

Check out our roundup of the best events taking place this month:

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Edinburgh Short Film Festival

Back for its fifth year, this festival showcases the best of international and local short film. Running from Wednesday 11th– Sunday 22nd November, films such as Beverley and Dark Net will be shown. You can check out the full programme here.

 

Annie Mac Presents

Calling all music lovers! Radio one DJ, Annie Mac, is bringing her favourite line-up of acts to Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Saturday 28th November. This show is usually a sell-out so grab your tickets quick! Click here for more information or to book tickets.

 

Edinburgh Art FairEdinburgh Art Fair

The 11th annual Edinburgh Art Fair takes place from Friday 13th – Sunday 15th November. With 60 galleries showcasing the work of established and emerging artists from all over the world, artworks include everything from paintings, sculptures, and original prints, to photography, ceramics and glass. Taking place at The Corn Exchange, tickets cost £5/£3 concession. For more information click here.

 

 

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