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Events in Edinburgh in May 2020
View all the upcoming events in Edinburgh during May 2020 below or use the calendar to find events taking place on a specific month or date.
High energy & fun fitness classes, combining cardio and muscular strength exercises in a HIIT format, streamed live by Claire, an Edinburgh-based, certified fitness instructor & personal trainer. Read more
Slow Down Sundays is coming to you social distancing style on 24th May. Enjoy a live stream from some of The Pitt's best musicians playing back to back sets as well as bbq feasting platter deliveries! Read more
Can your household solve this crime from the comfort of the sofa? Award winning Murder Mystery Theatre Company, MurderedforMoney, go back online for four days of intrique and suspense in the 1920s! Read more
Learn hands on up-to-date techniques that could potentially save lives on this half day Emergency Canine Care Course held by Dog First Aid on 24th May in Livingstone Station Community Centre. Read more
Glencoe is the most famous glen in Scotland. This talk will focus on the township of Achtriachtan which has been the focus of recent archaeological investigation by the National Trust for Scotland. Read more
Ten-piece collective The Moods are a band with plenty to say, singing and rapping with raw passion and Edinburgh based Yoko Pwno present an exciting new take on the music of their native Scotland. Read more
Through the lens of this surrealist comedy inspired by the 1980s cult documentary Project Grizzly, Neck or Nothing follows one man’s spiral into obsession and isolation in the pursuit of a dream. Read more
Roddy Byers is stepping away from the side of the stage as the Specials’ lead guitarist and into the spotlight as the frontman/guitarist of his newest and best musical endeavor, the Skabilly Rebels! Read more
Live screening of The Welkin, a new play by Lucy Kirkwood. It's rural Suffolk in England, 1759. As the country waits for Halley’s comet, a young woman is sentenced to hang for a heinous murder.