The Edinburgh Branch formed between the wars, when the club moved from it's first Scottish premises in North Charlotte Street to its current home at 100 Princes Street in 1930. Today the Edinburgh Committee are pleased to welcome all branch and ROSL members to the conveniently located Edinburgh Clubhouse.

Members of the branch enjoy a varied programme of events including; Burns Supper, Scottish Members' Dinner and St Andrew's Day Dinner, as well as regular Arts Lunches with a host of interesting and entertaining speakers. Branch members meet for coffee mornings on the first Saturday of the month. These informal meetings provide an opportunity to catch up with friends and enjoy an informative lecture. Film nights, held in the comfort of the clubhouse, are popular with all members, as are the Bridge Club and Mah Jong group. 

Coffee mornings begin at 10.15am speaker at 10.30am. Talks may last until 11.30am. Priced at £5. Please pay on arrival. 

Saturday 1 April, 10.15am

Coffee morning - Speaker Prof Margaret Gill  'Eating sensibly for the good of the planet'

Saturday 6 May, 10.15am

Coffee morning - Speaker Martin Hunt, 'My life with the media'

Wednesday 17 May, 3.30pm

Edinburgh Committee AGM
Saturday 3 June, 10.15am Coffee morning - speaker - Martin Cornish on Antiques

ROSL ARTS supplement the branch event programme with a range of private views, concerts and recitals. During the Edinburgh Fringe Festival the clubhouse is a hub of activity with concerts, book talks and art exhibitions over the three weeks of the festival.