Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Acoustic three-piece (Ewan MacPherson, guitar, mandola, vocals; Jenny Sturgeon, vocals, shruti, harmonium; Lauren MacColl, fiddle, viola, and vocals) playing grassroots folk.
Top Of The Pops
Resident DJs play pop, dance and guilty pleasures.
Blas is a celebration of Highland and Gaelic culture, focusing on music through a strong programme of Scottish and European acts. There are also ceilidhs, plays, poetry and dance spread over nine days across the Highlands with performances in Inverness, Fort William, Oban, Gairloch, Portree and plenty of other wee…
illumination: Harbour Festival of Light
A festival celebrating both the natural and built heritage of Irvine's historic waterfront. Highlights of last year included lantern parade, the illumination light trail across Irvine Harbourside, an illumi bike display with stunt cyclists and a dazzling mix of light installation, fire show and aerial acrobatics at the…
Upstairs at the Adam and Eve
Each month a whole bunch of ace stand-ups show off their capabilities in a blend of tried and tested material and new stuff.
Jim Mullen Organ Trio
Mainstream jazz combo.
A cast of clowns use water, cobwebs, bubbles and dry ice to create a world of wonder in which a bed becomes a boat, a web of cotton envelops the audience and one tiny piece of paper begins a blinding snowstorm.
'Maverick' Glasgow indie band.
Hyperdub boss and forefather of the dubstep genre.
Royal Southern Brotherhood
Blues and rock'n'rock supergroup from New Orleans, Louisiana featuring Cyril Neville and Devon Allman.
A host of funny names and faces trying their darndest to make you laugh.
Contemporary instrumental folk sextet.
Hepworth Brass Band
Hepworth Brass Band, one of Yorkshire's most popular brass ensembles, was founded in 1882 and celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2007. Its repertoire consists of brass band favourites, extracts from Mendelssohn and Rachmaninov and standards by the likes of Arlen and Brubeck.
The Silver Dollar Country Music Club
Evening of country music.
Three-piece production, DJ and vocal team.
Inspiring Women Society
A group where women can share ideas and knowledge.
Former RuPaul's Drag Race queen.
Jazz and soul singer from Bristol.
Orcadian four-piece playing trad and folk sounds.
Kinross-shire's Winter Festival
A mix of family fun including pantos, music, street market, carols, fairs and Christmas activities.
Traditional Irish music with global influences from the band formed at Ulster University. Ciara McCafferty (vocals), Ciaran Carlin (whistles) and Paul Starrett (guitar) are joined by Armagh siblings Emer and Conor Mallon on harp and uilleann pipes.
Melancholic electronica and acoustic sounds from James Yuill.
Foolish Notion presents a family-friendly look at Robert Burns' best-known works through poetry and stories from Andy Cannon and live music from folk musician Wendy Weatherby.
From the Colorado Rockies comes a blend of bluegrass and beyond.
RSNO: Viennese Gala
Welcome in the new year with the RSNO's annual set of waltzes, polkas, and arias, including Strauss favourites 'Voices of Spring' and 'On the Beautiful Blue Danube'. Holly Mathieson conducts.
Talented piano player/vocalist Mike Kearney leads this funk/blues five-piece.
Andy Williams tribute show starring Jimmy Osmond.
Ladies Lunch Club
Fun lunchtime workshops for women.
Got 2 Sing Choir
Community choirs offering vocal tuition with no audition required.
Always Be Comedy
A hand-picked selection of up-and-comers, established folks and mystery guests get together for laughs, games and pure fun.
Helena Kay-Barry Green Quartet
The award-winning saxophonist performs with the pianist.
The renowned baroque ensemble in concert.
Scottish Clarinet Quartet
Scotland's leading clarinet quartet in recital.
- Written by: Faure
The Kammerphilharmonie Europa was founded in Cologne in 2006 and engages young musicians from 18 European countries.
One of Glasgow's finest young DJs with a mix of 80s jam, Detroit classics and house.
Out of the Box
Pop into MUSA and try a new 'Out of the Box' challenge each month. These self-led activities for families are available every Sunday. Ask at Reception to get started on your learning journey.
Develop your archaeology skills and discover fascinating facts about people of the past. Suitable for ages 7–12. Booking is essential.
Victoria Hislop: The Sunrise
Victoria Hislop talks about her new novel The Sunrise.
The singer-songwriter from Holywood, Northern Ireland, performs soulful folk rock songs with his band.
Pianist and composer in recital.
The singer-songwriter and pianist performs her own Americana and folk music.
A small ensemble dedicated to consort singing of Renaissance polyphonic music.
- Written by: Chopin
Recital by a pianist with a special affinity for British music.
An opportunity to see new performances by visiting theatre groups and performers.
Purple Comedy Night
Regular stand-up night.
Walkabout's Super Bowl LII Party
Watch the Super Bowl live on big screens with full commentary, stats and American snacks.
We Are Funny Project
Open mic comedy for new material and new acts. The show is a blend of more seasoned 10 minute spots and a smorgasbord of acts doing five minute sets.
The Fay Hallam Trinity
Sixties and 70s sounds mixed with Northern soul.
Folk singer who won BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year award in 2014.
Four-piece playing blues and rock.