What's On Edinburgh

Even though it's winter, the horses won't be wearing much.

Feature by Xavier Toby | 12 Nov 2006

What's On Edinburgh

ECCF Northern Light Charity Night
The Caves, Niddry Street South, Nov 4, 10pm-3am, £8+BF or £10, memerevolution.com/press.html
The Edinburgh Clubbing Community Forum (ECCF) in association with Edinburgh based sound and lighting specialists Northern Light presents a Halloween fancy dress party in four rooms with over 20 top DJ's, with all proceeds going to the Edinburgh Sick Kids Friends Foundation. With a wealth of entertainment and surprises, this is an event not to be missed.

Scrawl Collective Exhibition
Assembly, 41 Lothian Street, From Nov 9, Free, www.assemblybar.co.uk
A collection of special edition silk screen prints by some of the world's most respected graphic illustrators and a signed mural. The Scrawl Collective is a collaboration of the world's top illustrators who have created designs for clients such as Sony Music, Nike and Puma.

A Royal Rumpus
Cabaret Voltaire, 36 Blair Street, Nov 23, 11pm-3am, £5(£3), www.thecabaretvoltaire.com
A fundraising club night in aid of Edinburgh's Breast Cancer Institute featuring a four-way clash of the music scene's royalty. Kylie will take on Madonna, while Michael Jackson squares up to Prince, with prizes for the best dressed, goodie bags, makeovers and a host of special appearances from some of Scotland's finest performers and DJs.

Musselburgh Races
Musselburgh Racecourse, Linkfield Road, Musselburgh, Nov 24 from 12.20pm, £15pp, www.musselburgh-racecourse.co.uk
One of the most stylish racecourses in the UK, and one of Scotland's most popular leisure venues – seriously. Gamble away all your Christmas present money, or just drink it away while staring at all the glamorously dressed punters. Even though it's winter, the horses won't be wearing much.

Winter Wonderland
East Princes Street Gardens, Nov 24 – Jan 7, 10am-8pm, £4-£8.50, www.gildedballoon.co.uk/wwonderland
For its ninth year, Edinburgh's Winter Festival hosts one of Britain's largest outdoor ice rinks, along with fairground rides, traditional food, mulled wine, a big wheel and a traditional Christmas fair which includes locally produced Scottish goods.