Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
A classic pantomime involving a beautiful princess, a handsome prince and some serious snoozing.
Stand Up in The Basement
Some big laughter therapy with top TV faces, staged in a cosy and underground environment.
A professional chamber choir founded in Jan 2016, that aims to provide development opportunities for Scotland's professional choral singers.
Exhibition showcasing the craft skills taught at Glasgow's further education colleges.
The mononymous singer and actress.
The Jersey Notes
The Jersey Notes treat you to an evening of nostalgia as they recreate the style and sounds of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons. Featuring hits including 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and 'Bye Bye Baby'.
Top of the Gorge Festival
Adventurous outdoor festival with guided walks, cycling challenges, speakers and more.
Lou Lou's Vintage Fair
Find unique, handpicked quality goods with stalls of vintage fashion, accessories, home, collectables and more from some of the UK's finest vintage traders.
CMA Songwriters Series
The Country Music Association's Songwriters Series looks at the best of country singer-writers.
Dane Baptiste: The Chocolate Chip
Baptiste is back on international tour with a brand new stand-up show.
A verbatim theatre show about women's relationships with their bodies, devised by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter.
Syrian classical guitarist in recital.
The Big Draw
Art workshops encouraging people to be creative and develop their drawing skills.
Dundee Women's Festival
Two weeks of events, dramas, discussions and workshops, the theme for 2020 is 'Women Making Waves'. The idea is to keep informed, stay confident and make a difference.
Galloway Music Festival
Competitive music festival for amateur musicians of all ages. The syllabus covers a wide range of categories including piano, brass, woodwind, recorder, strings, ensemble, vocal, choral, jazz, recital, composition, speech and Scottish traditional, with members of the public welcome to attend all competitions.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Singer-songwriter from York.
The Remedy Club
KJ McEvoy and Aileen Mythen, Irish American/roots duo.
Ullapool Dance Festival
Dance festival with classes for all ages and abilities where you can learn something new or brush up a little on established movement skills.
Indie folk collective from Glasgow that manages to squeeze eight members on stage each night.
Jazz sounds from Shaddad, whose voice echos Nina Simone.
Scotland's premier string quartet was founded in 1960 and maintains close relationships with composers all over the UK, as well as playing dozens of concerts a year in venues all over the world. The quartet's current lineup is Tijmen Huisingh (violin), Gäelle-Anne Michel (violin), Catherine Marwood (viola) and Mark Bailey…
The Pasadena Roof Orchestra
The Orchestra celebrates the music of the great entertainers from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to Billie Holiday and Bix Beiderbecke.
Comedy Club Smiley Spaces
Comedy night featuring three headline comedians.
Roddy Doyle, author of the likes of The Commitments, The Van, The Barrytown Trilogy and most recently Smile, talks about his life and work. Roddy Doyle (born 8 May 1958) is an Irish novelist, dramatist and screenwriter. Several of his books have been made into films, beginning with The Commitments in 1991. Doyle's work is…
The Antics Joke Show
Comedy night, potentially winning Best Pun title.
The acclaimed quartet borne of four long-time musical friendships.
Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre
The Socks return with a new show of songs, sketches, socks and violence.
NYOS Junior Orchestra
The NYOS Junior Orchestra, formerly the National Children's Orchestra of Scotland, is the junior ensemble of the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland and is open to children aged 8–13.
Hats Off to Led Zeppelin
One of the top UK Zeppelin tribute bands, managed by no other than the real band's manager's son.
Ian McKellen on Stage
Sir Ian McKellen celebrates his 80th birthday by touring the UK with a brand new solo show, with profits benefiting different causes at each location.
Mark Steel: Every Little Thing’s Going To Be Alright
Mark Steels talks about being adopted, and the remarkable things he discovered when searching for his biological parents.
Folk singer-songwriter, famed for the Ivor Novello Award winning song 'The Streets of London'.
Shakespeare Schools Festival
A unique arts-education initiative enabling young people to perform abridged productions of Shakespeare's most famous plays.
The Harpenden-based chamber choir, formed in 1960, has a repertoire ranging from Byrd to the 21st century, and gives six to eight concerts per year.
Stand-up show featuring the best in Scottish comedy types.
Celtic folk with touches of bluegrass, soul, country and zydeco from Vancouver band.
Grimsby-based psychedelia-soaked classic rock trio.
Bristol Chamber Choir
The Bristol Chamber Choir has been making music in the city for nearly 200 years and is the oldest British musical society to have performed regularly in public.
- Written by: Faure
The Kammerphilharmonie Europa was founded in Cologne in 2006 and engages young musicians from 18 European countries.
Folky indie pop from Wales.
The Swing Commanders
Vibrant and versatile group performing an exciting mix of 1940s classics, boogie-woogie, western swing, 50s jump jive and more.
The UK's largest music festival.
Caithness International Science Festival
Annual festival that features workshops, science and drama presentations, speakers and competitions. The 2020 Family Fun Day will take place on Saturday 21 March at the East Caithness Community Facility.
The Cat Empire
Latino-ska-funk hoedown from this Melbourne six-piece. Look, no guitars!
South London quartet making dark, melodic pop.
Hip Hop v Dancehall
The Doctor's Orders presents a battle of hip hop v dancehall.
Folk metal from Finland, of course. Their name means 'forest clan'.
Colonsay Book Festival
A book festival hosted by the beautiful inner Hebridean isle of Colonsay. As well as readings and performances, the emphasis is on meeting and chatting with the writers, plus debate and good craic in the pub.
Award-winning singer and entertainer with a diverse repertoire.
Edinburgh's Festival of Ireland
A little bit of Ireland descends upon Edinburgh around St Patrick's Day as the city celebrates the rich culture of the Emerald Isle. This is a multi-arts, family-friendly celebration of the links between Edinburgh and Ireland, with storytelling, music, comedy and lots and lots of dancing.