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Game On 2.0

A large collection of playable video games.

Life Science Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £15 (£11; 5–17s £8; Family £34; under 5s free) / 0191 243 8210

Life Science Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Mon 17 Jun

Times vary / £8–£34

The Gorms

Upbeat Scottish/Irish music.

Whiski Bar & Restaurant, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 556 3095

  • 21:30 – 00:30

Hatmosphere

Pop-up hat shop featuring wares from over 45 designers from around the world, for all your wedding and Ascot-related finery.

Old Brompton Gallery, London SW5

Mon 17 Jun

Free / +447459111053

  • 11:00 – 19:30

ICC Cricket World Cup

Cricket world cup matches.

Somerset County Cricket Ground, Taunton

Mon 17 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 0845 337 1875

International Comedy Edinburgh Previews 2019

Every year we present a selection of the top shows warming up before heading North to the Edinburgh Festival. Your ticket entitles you to see both full shows for less than the price of one in Edinburgh. NOTE EARLIER START TIMES 1st show starts 8pm, 2nd show starts 9.15pm. Check www.downstairsatthekingshead.com for…

The King's Head, London N8

Mon 17 Jun

£7.70

It's (Not) Only Rock'n'Roll …

Exhibition of music photography by Mark Allan, whose subjects include Freddie Mercury, U2 and more.

Barbican Centre, London EC2Y

Mon 17 Jun

Library

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7638 8891

James Capper: Mudskipper

British artist James Capper unveils his newest work, a large scale mobile sculpture.

Royal Docks, London E16

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / Free / 02075010688

Ji Liu

Chinese piano virtuoso who's also a fashionista, a pescetarian and a breakdancer.

Clarendon Muse, Watford

Sun 16 Jun

£10–£16 / -

Jolly Tots

Designed to enhance your children’s co-ordination and rhythm and nurture their natural love of movement in a structured yet relaxed environment. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to join in and share the enjoyment with their tot, there is an emphasis on nurturing relationships between the adult and the child as well as…

Jerwood DanceHouse, Ipswich

Mon 17 Jun

Times vary / £6 / 01473 295230

Liam Gallagher

Former Beady Eye front man and the other brother from Oasis.

The Round Chapel, London E5

Mon 17 Jun

£33 / 020 89860029

Melrose Festival

Annual festival featuring a variety of events including the crowning of the Melrose Queen, a ball, pipe bands and a fancy dress parade.

Various Venues, Melrose

Mon 17 Jun

Times & prices to be confirmed

Nights At The Circus

Production by current students on the boomsatsuma Professional Acting Diploma.

Circomedia, Bristol

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £15 (£10) / 0117 924 7615

Pong to Playstation

An exciting exhibition exploring video game culture, design and history from the 1970s to the present day.

North Lanarkshire Heritage Centre, Motherwell

Mon 17 Jun

Free

  • 09:30 – 16:30

RSPB at the Castle

Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 April Friday 12,Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July Friday 18, Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 October We love nature — we're passionate about wildlife and wild places. We believe the environment should be at the top of the agenda whether the subject is building houses, setting up wind farms…

Lauriston Castle, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 228 1155

Scotland from the Sky

Scotland from the Sky brings a selection of the breathtaking aerial photography, featured in the book of the same name, on a tour of some of our most atmospheric properties. Included in the admission price. No booking required. Historicenvironment.scot/events.

Fort George, Inverness

Mon 17 Jun

Included in admission / 01667 460232

  • 09:30 – 17:30

The Slightly Annoying Elephant

David Walliams' children's book about a bossy, slightly annoying blue elephant is brought to life through puppetry in this adaptation.

The Little Angel Theatre, London N1

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / £13.50 (£11.50; Children £11.50) / 020 7226 1787

Theodor Kern: Landscapes

Exhibition of oil paintings by Austrian artist Theodor Kern.

Wardown Park Museum, Luton

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 01582 546 722

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel is an exhibition of photos taken on a walk guided by Iranian musician Mohammad Mohammadi Champiri in response to the question of what he would take into the future. The question was posed as part of a round-table discussion with artist Anahita Razmi and curator at Glasgow…

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0141 334 2422

Part of Refugee Festival Scotland.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Trash Mondays

Resident DJs supply the best in hip hop, house, R&B, trap, drum & bass, bassline and garage.

The Brighton Coalition

Mon 17 Jun

£3–£5

  • 23:00 – 05:00

We Also Asked for Love: Gay Men's Narrative Portraits of Resilience and Resistance

Narrative portraiture artwork by Eleonora Scalise featuring ten diverse gay men.

Whitespace, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 07814 514771

Weird Plants by Chris Thorogood

Venus fly trap by Chris Thorogood

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 248 2909

Women, War And The West End

This free exhibition celebrates the female business owners, nurses and medics, designers, and other strong-willed women of Glasgow’s West End who kept the country running and were active in the war effort, both at home and abroad. The Project is generously funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Using a new exhibition space…

Tenement House, Glasgow

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0844 493 2197

Part of West End Festival.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

200th Anniversary of Lord Byron's Don Juan

Byron's Don Juan is one of the wittiest and most entertaining poems in the language. This exhibition celebrates its 200th anniversary with display of unique material from the archive of its original publisher, John Murray.

National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 623 3734

  • 10:00 – 20:00

9 to 5 the Musical

Musical comedy based on the hit film which centres on three office workers who turn the tables on their sexist boss, starring Louise Redknapp, Amber Davies, Natalie McQueen and Brian Conley

Savoy Theatre, London WC2R

Mon 17 Jun

£20–£224 / 0844 871 3000