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Sunday 6 December, 2pm
Robert Louis Stevenson is one of the City’s most famous sons. His work is still retold with as much vigour and enthusiasm as when it was first published. Come along to the Writers Museum to hear readings form some of his most famous works, tales of the real events that inspired his most unsettling characters – Jekyll and Hyde – and explore the world of Robert Louis Stevenson.

Free and drop-in, no need to book.

Open Streets in Edinburgh temporarily open streets to people by closing them to cars.

Open Streets seeks to help to increase public exploration, use and awareness of the connected areas in the old town.  We are delighted that our four Royal Mile venues are participating with a series of free lively events.

Edinburgh Open Streets: From Brodie to Jekyll: The Worlds of RLS