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On Sunday 18 November Edinburgh switches on its Christmas lights with everything culminating around 5pm, to mark the occasion the award-winning Printing Press Bar & Kitchen is serving up a special Sunday lunch for families in partnership with Sparkle Arts to ensure that you can dine, relax and still enjoy the best of the festivities.


Sparkle Arts specialise in performing arts classes for children bringing magical themes to life through dance, drama and music. Their team will be on hand to entertain your children with performances, costumes, props and puppets while you dine, and it’s all for charity. With Children’s Day just around the corner, Sparkle Arts is kindly donating all fees to The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen’s nominated charity for 2018/19, CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland). Your little one's imaginations will be inspired with two magical pirates and princesses themed classes, suitable for three to 12-year-olds, and they’ll enjoy a complimentary hot buffet with sweet treats as part of the package, taking the stress out of Sunday cooking.


The classes will be held at 12.30pm and 3pm with places available to those adults dining on the £22.95 Sunday lunch special (two courses with a glass of Prosecco or house wine). The Sunday roast Tweed Valley beef sirloin as well as a weekly special or a tasty vegetarian option, served with a delicious gravy and all the trimmings. Following on from that you'll finish with a seasonal fruit crumble and custard to share. All we ask is a donation to CHAS per child per class with the funds going directly to charity. There are limited Sparkle Arts places available for each sitting, so don’t delay. For those children not participating in the class, under-12s can eat for half price with under-fours dining for free. Pre-book your Sparkle Arts Sunday special here: 

Printing Press Bar & Kitchen 

Sunday 18 November 

12.30pm and 3pm sittings 

£22.95 two-course Sunday lunch with a glass of Prosecco or house wine


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