The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2017 DVD

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2017 DVD

format: DVD   |   compatibility: PAL+NTSC (worldwide)Region 0 (worldwide)
ref: EMTDVD134   |   released: July 2017   |   condition: new

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Full coverage of the 68th Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo live from the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle.

The world's most spectacular military Tattoo will host a parade of talent from all around the world whilst celebrating 'Splash of Tartan'.

Set against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, the spine-tingling presentation includes Massed Bands of Her Majesty's Royal Marines, Tattoo Highland Dancers, crowd favourites the Massed Pipes and Drums plus many more.

The Tattoo, commences on 4th August and runs until 26th August 2017.

Earlier this year the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo announced a new partnership with the Scottish Diaspora.

The partnership will look to ignite renewed interest in Scotland's national fabric while at the same time reaching out to everyone with a link to Scotland: those that live in Scotland, those with a family connection, those visiting and those simply with an interest.

"Splash of Tartan offers a fabulous opportunity for everyone to get involved, dress the part and join in the celebration and pageantry at the Tattoo. We are looking to get the word out, not just across Scotland and the United Kingdom but to everyone abroad who is linked to Scotland - in whatever way - to join us in a remarkable set of celebrations in front of our great Castle at the heart of the City of Edinburgh. Kilts, trews, sporrans, plaids, hose and bonnets are all de rigeur." Brigadier David Allfrey, Chief Executive and Producer of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

"Our partnership with The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has been a long-time coming; it's an excellent way to propel the fascinating history of Scotland's clan heritage to the fore, and encourage others to explore their Scottish roots, of which there are many. The Clans and Families are steeped in history, but it is within a modern context and making it relevant for today that matters. It's going to be a wonderful sight to witness people from the Highlands, Lowlands and Borders of Scotland and the world, descending on the iconic grounds of Edinburgh Castle, tartan aplenty!" Sir Malcolm MacGregor of MacGregor, 24th Chief of Clan Gregor, and Chieftain of the Children of the Mist.

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