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Al Murray: One Man, One Guvnor

A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.

St James Theatre, London SW1E

Mon 28 Jul


£12.50 / 0844 264 2140

  • 19:30

Jim Lambie

A solo exhibition of the Glasgow-born installation artist and sculptor, including his iconic 1999 work ZOBOP.

Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 0131 225 2383

Part of Generation.

  • 11:00 – 18:00

Dalziel + Scullion: Tumadh | Immersion

Work from the celebrated environmental artists, exploring relations between mankind and the natural world, shown at An Lanntair in Stornoway and Dovecot in Edinburgh.

An Lanntair Arts Centre and Cinema, Isle of Lewis

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 01851 708480

Part of Generation.

  • 10:00 – 23:00

Please Stay

Musical comedy set in the Locarno Dance Hall in Glasgow in the early 60s, starring Chris McClure.

Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow

Mon 28 Jul

£13–£16 / 0141 332 1846

  • 19:30

Cairnie Mega Maze

See if you can find your way out of the giant maize maze and into the fun yard where go-karts, swings and a straw-bale fortress await. Also have fun fruit picking and enjoying the tea rooms. In celebration of the Ryder Cup, this year's theme is a golfer.

Cairnie Fruit Farm, by Cupar

Mon 28 Jul

£5.75 (£4.75; Children £6.75 OAPs and under-3s go free) / 01334 655610

  • 09:30 – 17:30
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Scokendia Ensemble

Bringing together young musicians from Scotland, Kenya and India to connect, collaborate and perform during Culture 2014.

Queen's Cross Church, Aberdeen

Mon 28 Jul

£10 (£6)

  • 19:30

The Pitiless Storm

On the eve of the Scottish referendum, on the most important night of his life, a left wing trade unionist goes through a crisis of conscience as he is forced to question his political and moral beliefs in the face of a sea-change in his country’s political life. Starring David Hayman and presented by Fair Pley.

The Barony Theatre, Bo-ness

Mon 28 Jul

£12 (£10) / 01506 822953

Please note: this is a preview show.

  • 19:30 – 21:00

John Byrne: Sitting Ducks

A long-overdue, full-scale overview of John Byrne's long career as one of the best-loved and most individual visual artists in the country, focusing on his portrait work and gathering 50 key works from drawings to large-scale paintings, including iconic paintings of Tilda Swinton, Robbie Coltrane and of course Byrne…

Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 0131 624 6200

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Katie Paterson: Ideas

Work from Glasgow artist who makes vivid and laconic works based on astronomical events and cosmological processes.

Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 0131 556 4441

Part of Generation.

  • 10:00 – 18:00

American Impressionism – A New Vision

An exhibition bringing together some 80 paintings that chart the response of American artists to French Impressionism. Works by Monet, Degas and Berthe Morisot provide context and there are popular works by the likes of Whistler, Sargent and Cassatt, but also less well-known paintings by artists such as Theodore Robinson…

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Modern Two

£8 (£6) / 0131 624 6200

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Seamus Heaney's translation of the epic poem Beowulf, which tells the story of a young warrior battling with powerful monsters.

Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Mon 28 Jul

£12 (£8) / 0141 552 4267

Part of Culture 2014.

  • 20:00


An exhibition all about how your body works, with the chance to perform a virtual autopsy, run in a giant hamster wheel and become a 'snot ninja' (lovely). Compare your physiological stats with other visitors and find out about all the latest scientific research into your very own body.

Glasgow Science Centre

Mon 28 Jul

Included in admission / 0141 420 5000

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland

For Generation, the Portrait Gallery shows for the first time in Scotland Luke Fowler’s 61-minute film The Poor Stockinger, the Luddite Cropper and the Deluded Followers of Joanna Southcott.

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 0131 624 6200

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Golden Hare Book Group

Get your book on with some fellow bibliophiles at this monthly book group.

Golden Hare, Edinburgh

Mon 28 Jul

Free / 0131 629 1396

  • 18:30

Graham Fagen: Cabbages in an Orchard

Graham Fagen has been researching the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his peers, and this exhibition presents work by Mackintosh and others, selected by Fagen, alongside new work.

Reid Building, Glasgow

Mon 28 Jul

Reid Gallery

Free / 0141 353 4500

Part of Generation.

  • 11:00 – 17:00

Public Enemy

The original and best hardcore political hip hop act in the world, still fighting the power.

Sub89, Reading

Mon 28 Jul

£28 / 0118 959 5395

Singin' in the Rain

Jonathan Church's production of the all-singing, all-dancing 1940s romp.

Bristol Hippodrome

Mon 28 Jul

£15–£47.50 / 0844 847 2325

Van Morrison

Legendary Irish curmudgeon and hugely influential blues and jazz artist plays tracks from his career.

Slieve Donard Resort And Spa, Newcastle

Mon 28 Jul