Including goNORTH, the Spring Fling and festivals in Leith and East Neuk
In the run-up to one of the most action-packed summers in the UK, June welcomes a fantastic fusion of sport and culture in the Year of Creative Scotland. This month will bring together some of the most exciting new initiatives in 2012 with Scotland’s best cultural events to show off our creativity at its best.
A small and intimate contender on the Scottish music festival scene. Set in the gardens and woodlands of Inshriach House by Aviemore, it brings together 300 Scottish musicians to offer something special to its 1000 guests.
The vibrant community of Leith shows off its festival skills with a fun-packed programme of events including exhibitions, concerts, walks, talks and films. Festival Gala Day, Sat 10 Jun, and Leith Festival Tattoo, Sun 18 Jun.
Taking place in the National Trust's Georgian Harmony Garden, the Borders Book Festival attracts world-class literary figures. Highlights include John Cleese, Michael Parkinson, Judy Murray Joanna Trollop, Arabella Weir, Richard Ingrams and Anne Reid
Taking over the West End of Glasgow each year, the festival treats the ears to a great musical line-up, tantalises all the senses with a carnival and delves into the creative depths of local studios and exhibitions with the Hidden Lane open days.
World-class, critically-acclaimed music, art and literature converge on this corner of Fife. Though chamber music remains at the heart of the programme, the festival's most varied selection yet includes musical surprises, international authors and imaginative art-works, all located in quirky venues. The 2017 lineup…
An age-free arts festival with music, literature and spoken word, visual art and crafts, film and theatre as well as a programme of talks and debates. Featuring Raghu Dixit, Elisabeth Flett, The Vaselines, Alasdair Roberts, Nic Gareiss, Penny Stone, Liz Lochhead, Padraig O Tuama, Iain Macwhirter, Gerry Hassan, Jeane…