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Sarah McLean joins the Cultural Venues team as Business Development Manager (Maternity Cover). Get to know a little more about Sarah in our interview.

 

 

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We look back at some of the highlights from the last decade at Assembly Rooms. 

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 The Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival will be at Assembly Rooms Edinburgh this weekend Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 February.

Faisal Abdalla and Hollie Grant take to the stage as Fitness class headliners. Hear more about what inspires and motivates them.

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The Prince’s Trust Scotland Financial & Business Lunch, May 2019 Now in its tenth year, The Financial & Business Lunch is a fundraising event in aid of the Prince’s Trust Scotland which brings together over 300 leaders from the financial and broader business community to explore the challenges and opportunities of today’s economic climate.

 

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Martin Ross, Technician at the Cultural Venues of Edinburgh

Events are never a success by pure chance – often this is dependent on all the small details, and every member of the team, coming together to create a well-executed and enjoyable experience. At Assembly Rooms, some of our clients don’t have much direct experience of delivering live events - and all the associated actions and potential requirements that come with them. But our skilled team of seasoned event professionals, known for their planning abilities and attention to detail, are on hand to ensure we deliver the complete package.

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Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival returns to the Assembly Rooms on 1ST and 2nd of February for another packed weekend of talks, classes and workshops to help us lead healthier and happier lives.

The festival will feature some of the biggest names in wellbeing, covering everything from vegan and plant-based diets, physical fitness and yoga, to menopause, mindfulness, mental health and dementia.  Key themes this year are loneliness, the importance of community, the power of music, and how physical activity impacts on our mental health. 

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Unique Events and the Edinburgh Tourism Action Group (ETAG) today announced that they are joining forces in January 2020 to celebrate Edinburgh’s Burns&Beyond with Johnnie Walker and Chinese New Year Festivals.  A very special programme of events will celebrate the alignment of Burns Night and Chinese New Year, which will both fall on 25 January 2020 – a coincidence of timing that only occurs every 76 years.

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The Assembly Rooms, a beautiful Georgian building in Edinburgh, has replaced all 888 lights in its iconic glittering chandeliers with LED bulbs in a bid to cut carbon emissions.

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TEN ALBUMS NOW IN THE RUNNING FOR £20K PRIZE AND COVETED TITLE OF SCOTTISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR

The Shortlist for this year’s Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award has been officially revealed ahead of next month’s final award ceremony at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh on Friday 6th September

Reece Ward, Bars and Catering Duty Manager at the Cultural Venues of Edinburgh.

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The expectation for companies and brands to act ethically has grown over recent years and for many, their socially responsible credentials are helping boost their reputation. Consumers place a lot of importance on a brand’s promise to give back, whether that be to the local community, by sourcing their products ethically or simply taking measures to be more environmentally sustainable.