What's on - April/May 2018

What's on - April/May 2018

Spring is in full swing, which means some of our favourite annual events are back. From an exciting fire festival to a beauty weekend extravaganza, there's something for everyone.

Beltane Fire Festival

Beltane Fire Festival is back on Monday 30th April, which means summer must only be around the corner! Celebrate the changing seasons with the festival’s impressive display of fire, acrobatics and drumming on Calton Hill. The event runs from 8pm – 1.30am and tickets cost £9 when booked in advance.

Click here for further information or to buy tickets.

Edinburgh Yoga Festival

This stress-busting, anxiety-reducing, feel-good yoga festival is back for its third year and encouraging us to keep moving, keep breathing, and keep well. With a range of workshops and yoga classes in some of the city’s top yoga studios, there’s something for everyone from beginners to expert yogis. The Edinburgh Yoga Festival runs from Friday 11th – Sunday 20th May.

Click here for further information.

Life & Style

The annual Life & Style event takes place this year on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th May at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on George Street. Enjoy an express beauty treatment and Edinburgh Gin cocktail, and take advantage of the exclusive offers booklet. The first 500 ticket-holders will also receive a luxury goodie bag. As well as the fashion show main-event, there will also be a range of workshops and cocktail masterclasses.

Tickets cost £10. Click here to book.

Image credit: Beltane Fire Festival / Raini Scott

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