Our What’s On in May 2019 guide shows there is so much to see and do this Spring in Edinburgh! The Angels Share Hotel is placed just off Princes street in the city centre making it the perfect base for your next trip. Check out some of our top recommendations for this May below!
Scottish Ballet – Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd May
Celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, the Scottish Ballet present a world premiere of Spring! Dextera & Elite Syncopations. These performances are on one evening only are guaranteed to send you home smiling.
RuPauls Drag Race: Werq The World – Monday 6th May
The official RuPaul’s Drag Race World Tour returns with an all new show this year. Michelle Visage hosts this production taking you on a journey to save the galaxy with queens including Violet Chachki, Kameron Michaels and Kim Chi!
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Tuesday 7th May
Noel Gallagher returns to Edinburgh following his sell out Edinburgh Castle concert in 2018. The Oasis legend will be at the Edinburgh Playhouse for one night only this May.
Michael McIntyre: Big World Tour – Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd May
Michael McIntyre’s tour Showtime was the biggest selling comedy tour in the world in 2012 breaking the record at London’s O2 arena. Playing sold out shows around the world in Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand he has had a fantastic few years. This year he is taking his high-energy observations on a world tour!
Edinburgh Marathon Festival – Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May
The second largest marathon festival in the UK returns this May for a weekend of racing! Open to runners of all abilities from professional athletes to beginners there are 7 races in total range in length from juniors 1.5k to the full marathon. Even for non-runners this is a great event to take in the atmosphere and cheer on those taking part!
Leah Macrae: My Big Fat Fabulous Diary – Thursday 30th May 2019
The Scottish star from Gary Tank Commander and River City returns to theatre this May with her new show ‘My Big Fat Fabulous Diary’. Delving into the hysterical pages of her personal diary there are some comedy songs and ballads along the way! This show is not to be missed!