February fun for you and the wee ones

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Celebrate Chinese New Year

Great Lanterns of China

Learn about Chinese culture at Scotland’s largest Chinese New Year celebration taking place across Edinburgh from 02 - 17 February. Highlights include the Chinese New Year Concert at the Usher Hall (09 Feb), the Giant Lanterns of China exhibit at Edinburgh Zoo and the opening of the brand new East Asia Gallery at the National Museum of Scotland on 08 February. The Museum will also run a special programme of events where you can try  calligraphy, paper and flower crafts. Find the full programme at chinesenewyear.scot

Get into jazz

Thrill Les Violons de Bruxelles

See the best of the new Brussels jazz scene at Thrill from 07 - 09 February. The festival programme kicks off with a celebration of music made famous by Belgian gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt with the five-star international Gypsy Swing double bill featuring Les Violons de Bruxelles + Rose Room. For full listings, visit thrill.brussels or Tel: 0131 473 2000.

Have a proper belly laugh


Check out the hottest new comedy club in town, The Glee, for a night of belly laughs. Performances from Paul McCaffrey, Jarlath Regan, Adam Rowe, Tom Wrigglesworth, Allyson June Smith, Rob Deering and Nathan Caton are all confirmed for the newly renovated 400-seat venue on 11 Renfrew Street. For tickets, Tel: 0871 472 0400 or visit glee.co.uk.

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