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Game On 2.0

A large collection of playable video games.

Life Science Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne

Tue 25 Jun

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

Life Science Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Tue 25 Jun

Times vary / £8–£34

The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints

Prints from important German artists working between 1918 and 1919, including Schiele, Klinger, Kokoschka, Munch, Dix, Schmidt-Rottluff, Nolde, Beckmann and Käthe Kollwitz.

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Great Big Dance Off National Finals

The GBDO is a national dance competition for primary and secondary schools across the country. Here we will be turning our attention to the national finals for secondary schools. We have held 7 regional heats throughout the school year and now the top school face each other for the title of National Champion. Each school…

Cheltenham Town Hall

Tue 25 Jun

£13 (£8) / 0844 576 2210

The Greatness of Silence

Miami Mohsin's three-dimensional sculptures represent The Greatness of Silence. Many people are interested in searching for a hidden meaning, exploring the idea of a story, or understanding the reason behind an event. The more mysterious a piece, the greater the interest it can create. Searching for meaning, information…

Perth Business Centre

Tue 25 Jun


Part of Refugee Festival Scotland.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

Historic Underground

Learn about the history of Georgian Edinburgh through a tour of the Blair Street Underground Vaults.

Mercat Tours, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

£14 (£12; Children £9; Family £37) / 0131 225 5445

  • 12:00 – 13:15
  • 14:00 – 15:15
  • 16:00 – 17:15

Hot Water Comedy Club


Hardman Street, Liverpool

Tue 25 Jun


Soul and contemporary blues-folk from the Dublin-based songsmith.

Irish Independent Park, Cork

Tue 25 Jun


Infinite Velodrome - The nextbike

Our next bike on the suspended Velodrome is a ‘nextbike’, one of Glasgow's famous bike-share bicycles used in Glasgow over 1200 times from 2014 until 2017. This ‘SmartBike Comfort’ was one of 435 bike-share bicycles operated by nextbike UK in partnership with Glasgow City Council from the scheme’s launch in 2014.…

Riverside Museum, Glasgow

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 0141 287 2720

Jerron 'Blind Boy' Paxton

Jerron 'Blind Box' Paxton is a blues prodigy and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles.

Winston Theatre, Bristol

Tue 25 Jun



Debut writer-director Stephanie Turner also stars in this impressively staged indie film, playing single mother Lisa Wade. Lisa must move in with her father-in-law after the death of her husband. Struggling to find work, Lisa takes a job caring for Justine (Daisy Prescott), a young but opinionated girl with spina bifida.

Vue Omni Centre, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

£12 (£9) / 0131 623 8030

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Mapping Paisley's Textile Trade

Textile exhibition featuring works by professional weavers Heather Shields, Shielagh Tacey and their students.

Made in Paisley

Tue 25 Jun

Mary, Queen of Scots Exhibition

A diverse range of materials related to Mary Queen of Scots, including manuscripts, paintings, needlework and books.

Mount Stuart House and Gardens, Isle of Bute

Tue 25 Jun

£15 Includes general admission to the house and gardens.; £5 / 01700 503877

  • 14:00 – 14:30

Mill Trail: Become a Factory Inspector

Join factory inspector Augustus Snout and his assistant Scuttle on an inspection of the mill. Have a go at different jobs throughout your journey and experience the dangers of working in a cotton mill.

National Trust: Quarry Bank Mill, Wilmslow

Tue 25 Jun

£0.50 Admission applies / 01625 527468

Napoleon and Josephine: Their Taste and Legacy - 25 June

Napoleon was a self-publicist par excellence, promoting his power both militarily and politically. Success brought wealth and this was extravagantly dispensed to furnish the Bonapartes’ home at the Chateau de Malmaison. Follow V&A Guide Elizabeth Hamilton as she reveals some surprising pieces acquired by this…

Victoria & Albert Museum, London SW7

Tue 25 Jun

Members Desk

£15 / 020 7942 2000

Nature Night Camping at ZSL…

Back for 2019, ZSL Whipsnade Zoo is excited to bring you an overnight experience like no other, Nature Night Camping! Have you ever wanted to know what animals get up to at night? Now’s your chance with Nature Night Camping at the Zoo. Pitch your tent on our main lawn and spend the evening discovering what both…

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Dunstable

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 01582 872171

Nigel Slater's Toast

Theatrical version of celebrity chef Nigel Slater's award-winning autobiography, told through the tastes and smells he grew up with.

The Other Palace, London SW1E

Tue 25 Jun

£20–£84 / 0844 264 2121

Nights At The Circus

Production by current students on the boomsatsuma Professional Acting Diploma.

Circomedia, Bristol

Tue 25 Jun

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

One Sings, the Other Doesn't (L'une chante, l'autre pas)

Set during the struggle of the women’s movement in France in the 1970s, a subject very close to Varda’s heart. Pomme (Valérie Mairesse) and Suzanne (Thérèse Liotard) meet when Pomme helps Suzanne get an abortion after a third pregnancy which she cannot afford. They lose contact but meet again 10 years later when Pomme has…

Odeon Lothian Road, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 0131 623 8030

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Paolozzi Studio

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi is considered one of the most versatile sculptors in post-war Britain. He was born into an Italian-Scots family and grew up in Leith, Edinburgh, later moving to London. Throughout his career, Paolozzi combined his work as an artist with teaching in art colleges in British and, for periods, in Germany.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 624 6200

Paul Young

Soulful pop singer.

Octagon Theatre, Yeovil

Tue 25 Jun

£34 / 01935 422884

Pause ll Play

Works exploring the need to play.

Bargain Studio, St Leonards-on-Sea

Tue 25 Jun


  • 12:00 – 00:00

Photography: A Living Art - Then and Now

More info Use this image 'Tetrarch' (Christopher Bucklow) by Christopher Bucklow 26 November 2014 NPG x200113 The National Portrait Gallery began acquiring photographs shortly after its foundation in 1856, although the first photograph did not officially enter the Collection until 1932. Since then, the Gallery’s…

National Portrait Gallery, London WC2H

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 020 7312 2463

Pie & Mash London: Photography Exhibition

Permanent exhibition installed at Noted Eel & Pie House that documents the remaining pie and mash shops in London.

Noted Eel & Pie House, London E11

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 020 8539 2499

  • 11:00

Pirates & Mermaids

Choose your side amongst the pirates or splashing around with the mermaids in a competition for the ages.

Sea Life Manchester

Tue 25 Jun

£16.95–£20.95 / 0871 222 7741