Film, Comedy

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Refugee Festival Scotland

This annual festival of arts and cultural events and activities celebrates the contribution of refugees to our communities and promotes better understanding of why people seek sanctuary.

Various venues: Scotland

Wed 3 Jun

Times & prices vary

Thu 4 Jun

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Fri 5 Jun

Times & prices vary

…and 16 more dates until 21 Jun

The Gatsby Club Presents: Carnival of Illusion

Scotland's largest 1920s themed cabaret and club night, featuring live band, DJ set, cabaret, magic, competitions and haunted characters from the golden era. Dress code: masters of magic, 1920s horror film characters, vamps and vixens, damsels in distress, tuxedos, flapper dresses. No riff-raff!

Glasgow University Union

Sat 20 Jun

£14 / 0141 339 8697

Part of West End Festival.

Gladstone's Bag: Classic Films with Live Music

Programme of films from the 1890s to the 1920s featuring stars of the era including Fatty Arbuckle and Charlie Chaplin.

Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, Glasgow

Sat 14 Mar

Free (donations welcome) / 0141 553 0840

Part of Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

Horror/Comedy Animated Shorts and Talk

A series of horror and comedy short films from the London International Animation Festival, plus a talk on animation and programming a film festival.

Clapham Picturehouse, London SW4

Tue 10 Mar

0871 902 5727

Lady and the Tramp

Disney's first animated feature in cinemascope has mongrel Tramp helping pedigree pooch Lady out of a sticky situation and falling in lurve along the way. Richly drawn with hummable tunes and endearing characterisations, this is the classic Disney mix as before. Lovely spaghetti-eating sequence.

Rutherglen Town Hall

Sat 14 Mar

0141 613 5700

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Luminate: Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival

Luminate celebrates our creative lives as we age by offering a wide range of inspirational arts activities with and for older people, as well as events for audiences and participants across the generations.

Various venues: Scotland

Thu 1 Oct

Times & prices vary

Fri 2 Oct

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Sat 3 Oct

Times & prices vary

…and 28 more dates until 31 Oct

On the Rocks Student Arts Festival

The seventh year for this student-run arts festival promises more shows, concerts and exhibitions for all the family.

Various venues: St Andrews

Fri 3 Apr

Times & prices vary

Sat 4 Apr

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Sun 5 Apr

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…and 7 more dates until 12 Apr

Opera de Paris: Gounod's Faust

Familiar to all Tintin fans as the favourite work of bonkers soprano Bianca Castafiore, Gounod's Faust is here screened live from Paris.

Ciné lumière, London SW7

Thu 12 Mar

020 7871 3515

Institut Francais Du Royaume-Uni, London SW7

Thu 12 Mar

£15 (£12; Students £8) / 020 7871 3515

Short Com

Short Com brings you the funniest independently made short comedy films from upcoming comedy and filmmaking talent. Supporting mental health charities CALM and SAMH.

CCA, Glasgow

Sat 14 Mar

£6 (£5) / 0141 352 4900

Part of Glasgow International Comedy Festival.

Silent Comedy Films

An evening of silent classic comedy films from the 1890s to the 1920s, accompanied by live music and sound effects from Gladstone's Bag.

Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, Glasgow

Sat 14 Mar

Donations accepted / 0141 553 0840

Part of Glasgow International Comedy Festival.


The magically long-haired Rapunzel has spent her entire life in a tower, but now that a runaway thief has stumbled upon her, she is about to discover the world for the first time, and who she really is.

The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

Fri 10 Apr

Children £4.50 / 0121 643 5858

Watch Bad Movies with Great Comedians: Masters of the Universe

Watch 80s cult 'classic' *Masters of the Universe' with a commentary provided by Joe Heenan and Billy Kirkwood who endeavour to explain – through the medium of laughs – why the film is just so terrible.

CCA, Glasgow

Mon 16 Mar

£5 / 0141 352 4900

Part of Glasgow International Comedy Festival.