You must stay at home except for shopping for basic necessities, daily exercise, any medical need and travelling to and from essential work.
Most live events are being postponed or cancelled. Wherever possible we will publish updated listings to reflect this but we cannot guarantee we'll catch them all. We advise anyone thinking of attending an event to check with the venue and/or ticket provider beforehand – if in doubt, assume it is not going ahead.
Advice at this time is not to make unnecessary journeys.
News & information
Staying In is the New Going Out
A guide to home entertainment and live-streaming events during the crisis
The show I booked tickets for is cancelled, what should I do next?
ATG, Encore, Gigantic and more share their plan of action for the virus pandemic
Cancelled Scottish festivals that we're going to miss this year
A list of Scottish festivals that will not go ahead in 2020
Cinema chains close as Coronavirus measures take effect
Statements from Cineworld, Odeon, Picturehouse, Showcase and Vue
Restaurants: closures, social distancing and community help
How the hospitality industry is coping with the coronavirus pandemic
National Theatre of Scotland announces Scenes for Survival
Online programme to support the Scottish theatre sector and creatives
The rooms might be empty for the moment, but the music never is
What we can all do to help music venues in these trying times
Help for artists and venues
The closing of venues has cut-off the main source of income for many performers and the venues themselves. If you wish to help out, please consider contributing to these fundraisers and initiatives.
- Heckle the Virus – a crowdfund for comedians
- #FIGHTBACK with Music Venue Trust – a crowdfund in support of grassroots music venues
- Discover Music: Gigs in the Gaffs – for artists looking to keep the music alive whilst at home
- PRS for Music: Emergency Relief Fund – to support songwriters and composers