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The Gatsby Club Presents: Carnival of Illusion

A 1920s-themed cabaret and club night, complete with Masters of Magic, sideshow, fire acts, ancing girls, live music and a gramphone DJ.

Glasgow University Union

Sat 28 Mar

£14 / 0141 339 8697

That'll Be the Day

Step back in time with a brand new edition of the popular touring show, and hear rock'n'roll hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

Hall For Cornwall, Truro

Sat 28 Mar

£24–£27 / 01872 262466

The Life & Music of Jim Reeves

Al Grant takes on Jim Reeves, singing all the favourites like 'Welcome to my World', 'Moonlight & Roses' and 'Danny Boy'.

The Webster Theatre, Arbroath

Sat 28 Mar

£19.60–£20.72 / 01241 435800

Scottish Tattoo Convention

Body art lovers of the world unite and take over. Attracting artists from across the globe to get their jaggy paintbrushes all over your body, there's also music, burlesque, competitions, merch and the chance to just mingle with other lovers of the art.

Corn Exchange, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£20 per day; £30 for a weekend ticket / 0131 477 3500

Simple Minds

The Scotrock stalwarts make the rounds on this greatest hits tour, following their popular 5x5 tour in 2012.

Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Sat 28 Mar

£39.50 / 01492 872000

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Edinburgh International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace

The Middle East Festival draws together people from a wide range of spiritual backgrounds, cultures, traditions and communities to celebrate peace and mutual understanding via spiritual, educational, artistic and cultural events.

Various venues: Edinburgh

Sun 29 Mar

Times & prices vary / 0131 331 4469


The Grammy Award-winning three-piece from San Francisco plays rock-pop with elements of roots rock.

Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£26.50–£32.50 / 0131 228 1155

With Magic Numbers.

Madama Butterfly

  • Directed by: Ellen Kent
  • Written by: Puccini

Ellen Kent presents Puccini's heartbreaking story of a beautiful young Japanese girl who falls in love with an American naval lieutenant. Starring Elena Dee and Miki Mori.

The Edinburgh Playhouse

Sat 28 Mar

£15–£37.50 / 0844 871 3014

Royal Opera House, London WC2E

Sat 28 Mar

£9–£190 / 020 7304 4000

Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra

Rootsy, bluegrassy six-piece with tweed outfits and fedoras to complete the ye olde country feel.

The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£7 / 0131 556 7060

With Daniel Meade & The Flying Mules and The Strange Blue Dreams.

Sensational 60's Experience 50th Anniversary Tour

The Marmalade, Herman’s Hermits, Chris Farlowe and Steve Ellis’ Love Affair perform their evergreen hits.

Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple

Sat 28 Mar

£26–£28 / 01271 327357

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Mehboob Nadeem and Vijay Kangutkar

Classical Indian music from Nadeem (sitar) and Kangutkar (tabla).

Reid Concert Hall, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£10 / 0131 651 4336

The Big Chris Barber Band

The veteran slide trombonist leads his big band in a programme of swing and New Orleans-style jazz.

Connaught Theatre, Worthing

Sat 28 Mar

£18.50 (£16.50) / 01903 206206

Pavilion Theatre, Worthing

Sat 28 Mar

£18.50 (£16.50; £14.50) / 01903 206206

Dunedin Consort: St Matthew Passion

Bach's magnificent sacred drama is a pillar of the baroque repertoire, and one of the most gripping and moving works ever written. Here it's performed by the lean and hungry Consort under the direction of John Butt OBE, in the stripped-down version that they've made famous. Instead of a group of soloists and a large mixed…

St John's Kirk, Perth

Sat 28 Mar

£19 (£15; Students £5) / 01738 633192

RSNO: Classic FM Hall of Fame: John Suchet's Beethoven

Television presenter John Suchet is a Beethoven nut, having written several books about the composer, and here he presents the 'Egmont' Overture, the Piano Concerto No 3 featuring the winner of the Scottish International Piano Competition, and the barnstorming Symphony No 5. Peter Oundjian conducts.

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Sat 28 Mar

£15–£35 (disabled £7.50–£17.50; under 26s/mature students/unemployed £6; under 16s free) / 0141 353 8000


Folky indie and country blues from this Dundee band previously known as Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward and Fisher.

Drygate Brewery, Glasgow

Sat 28 Mar

£12 / 0141 212 8810

With Harry & The Hendersons and Charly Houston.

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Bipolar Sunshine

Genre-bending hip-hop, indie and drum & bass from Manchester musician Adio Marchant.

Electric Circus, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£10 / 0131 226 4224

St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£8 (£5) / 0131 226 0673

Music for Passiontide and Easter by Lassus, Praetorius, Scheidt, Schein and Schütz.

Richie Sampson's The Drifters Revue

Relive the magic of The Drifters with Richie Sampson, who has performed with various members of the band.

Grosvenor Casino, Portsmouth

Sat 28 Mar


Scots Music Group Ceilidh

Fundraising ceilidh of traditional music and dancing.

St Bride's Centre, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£8 in advance; £10 on door (£6 in advance; £8 on door) / 0131 346 1405

with Da Hooley

The Bootleg Beatles

Re-live the sights and sounds of the 60s with the most established Beatles tribute band.

Sands Centre, Carlisle

Sat 28 Mar

£28 / 01228 633766

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Ceilidh with Saxofolk and Bal Folk with Philippe Plard

French/Western European version of a ceilidh with local band Saxofolk followed by Bal Folk dancing on live music from Philippe Plard, an energetic French melodeon player.

St Peter's Church, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£11 (£9) / 0131 662 9171

A dance workshop for beginners takes place from 4.30–6pm.

Collar Up

Indie signed to Edinburgh label Permwhale.

The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh

Sat 28 Mar

£5 / 0131 651 5859

With The Deadly Winters and Scott John Longmuir.

  • 19:00 – 22:00 Collar Up The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh

GaGa: Queen Tribute

An evening devoted to the music of the rock group.

Ludlow Assembly Rooms

Sat 28 Mar

£16 / 01584 878 141

The Johnny Cash Roadshow

Cash tribute from singer/songwriter Clive John.

Borough Theatre, Abergavenny

Sat 28 Mar

£18 / 01873 850805

Lapa in London

A celebration of the music and culture of Rio de Janeiro with dancing, music and Brazilian food.

The Forge, London NW1

Sat 28 Mar

£10 (Students £8) / 020 7383 7808

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