Upcoming tours, festivals and special events

Only One Direction

Lookalike tribute to the world-conquering boyband.

Paul Carroll's Music Hall Tavern

Music, dance and comedy.

Power of Love

A celebration of legendary French Canadian Titanic warbler Celine Dion.

Rock‘n’Roll Back the Years

David Hamilton, together with live band The Fugitives and the Tiffany Girls, transport you back to those days of the beehive, mini-skirts and hot pants.

The Snake Davis Band

Mainstream jazz, soul, funk and pop by the well-travelled saxophonist and band.

Turing Fest

Amidst the cornucopia of arts and culture events in Edinburgh during the month of August, the Turing Fest focuses on innovation, science and technology and can be relied upon for some appearances by big names from within the digital community.

VIP Record Fair

Record fair of vinyl, CDs and music memorabilia. Visitors can buy rare and deleted vinyl from the Stones to Sex Pistols, Kinks to Kasabian, prog rock to hip hop to punk rock.


Classic folk rock singer from Austin, Texas.

The Dime Notes

The band perform 1920s New Orleans jazz, stomp and swing.

Holy Holy

The all star lineup, including Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey, perfom David Bowie’s The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars album.

The Jazz Bar Big Band

Big band jazz classics from this 17-piece ensemble of pros from all over Scotland.

Loch Ness Film Festival

An independent, grassroots festival in a truly unique and picturesque location.

Poetry Theatre

One-to-one encounters with poetry and dramatic monologue.

Risk a Verse

Late-night open mic poetry session.

La Cheetah Presents

One of Glasgow's most bangin' basements selects a guest for your approval.


Glasgow's well-established house institution continues to reign supreme, with residents Harri and Domenic and occasional big-name guests.


Alt-pop duo from Canterbury, whose debut EP The Movement of Time was released in 2018. Their single 'All Yours' reached number one on Hype Machine.

Goo Goo Dolls

Soporific MOR trio from Buffalo, New York who have been on the go for over twenty years now. Although 'Iris' is a fun slice of cheesy power balladry.


A BioBlitz is an exciting event where experts help the public to find, identify and record as many species as possible within a set location and over a defined

Shoot Your Shot

'One of Scotland's best-loved club nights.' – Resident Advisor


Pop icon, Bond singer and 1969 winner of the Eurovision Song Contest whose singing career spans six decades.

Dance to the Music

A history of dance from the 20s to modern day. Created by and starring Kristina Rihanoff (Strictly Come Dancing) and featuring a full cast of dancers including Chris Maloney (X Factor).

David Baddiel: Fame: Not The Musical

It's been a whopping 15 years since David's last stand-up show, so tonight he's exploring the different ways he's perceived: whether it's token Jew, new lad or comedy rock'n'roller.

Foster & Allen

Popular Irish folk duo whose career spans over 40 years and 30 albums.

Lee Nelson: Serious Joker

Serial sneaker-into-places-he-shouldn't-be, Lee Nelson, returns with a new standup show.

Rockin & Rollin with Laughter

A new show featuring the Merseybeats, Beryl Marsden, Mick Miller, Barni Flint, the Merseys and the Dakotas mixing TV with pop music.

Bing Live

Bing and his friends are coming for their first ever stage show. Bing, Sula, Coco and Pando teach you how to tell stories, dress up and sing songs.


The original soppy Irish boy band with granny appeal head out on their farewell tour.

The Courteeners

Mouthy Manchester indie outfit touring their latest album Concrete Love.

Jack White

Ragged blues from the former White Stripes/Raconteurs/Dead Weather guitarist/singer.

JJ Gilmour

The former frontman with the Silencers performs his Celtic rock banter.

Peter Andre

Reality TV hawker and singer (remember 'Mysterious Girl'?) Andre sings and no doubt flexes his muscles a fair bit.

Sheridan Smith

The singer and actress performs a range of popular songs.

X Factor Live

The most bankable auditionees from the latest series of The X Factor perform for your pleasure.

Alan Carr: Yap, Yap, Yap

The camp face of Chatty Man proves his status as the King of bitchy comedy.

Alan Davies: Little Victories

Sharp and inventive wit from the QI regular, award-winning actor and former Jonathan Creek and Whites star.

Aled Jones

Mothers' favourite, TV presenter and former choir boy Aled Jones performs a mix of inspirational songs.

Aliens Love Underpants

  • Directed by: Adam Bampton-Smith
  • Written by: Claire Freedman

A close encounter of the 'pantastic' kind.

Andy Parsons: Live & Unleashed – But Naturally Cautious

You'll know him best from Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, Parsons is satirical and politically witty.

Angelos and Barry

Entirely improvised silliness from two of the world's deepest thinkers.

Baroque by Candlelight

  • Written by: Vivaldi

This costumed show immerses audiences in the music of some of the world's greatest romantic composers.

The Basil Brush Show

Basil Brush and his human chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey) present to you a show jam packed with fun, storytelling and song.

The Big Chris Barber Band

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

Bless 'Em All

A tribute to our Armed Forces of yesterday, today and tomorrow with all the great songs and music of the 1940s.

Bootleg Sixties

The Overtures present a concert of the biggest and best songs of the 60s.

Cardinal Burns

The successful sketch troupe (two of which were in the celebrated Fat Tongue) show off their surreal sketchiness.

Carpenters Gold

Carpenters Gold brings back the biggest The Carpenters' hits on stage.

Charlie Landsborough

Septuagenarian country singer who is as entertaining on stage as he is melodic, heads out on his farewell tour.

Chris & Pui Roadshow

CBeebies favourites Chris Jarvis and Pui Fan Lee present a show packed with songs, games and fun for the smallest members of the family.

The Chuckles Of Oz

The Chuckle Brothers present their unique take on the famous musical in which Dorothy goes to see the wizard. To me. To You. Etc.