Upcoming tours, festivals and special events

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

An Easter egg trail for families, with the chance to embark on a self-led trail through historical National Trust sites.

Chip Wickham

GoGo Penguin and Matthew Halsall saxophonist and flutist mixing jazz, funk and rare groove.

Chris Difford & Glenn Tilbrook

The two members of the band Squeeze perform a selection of songs by the band, plus solo material fro each artist.

Code of the Streets

R&B, hip hop, dancehall, rare groove and reggae.

The Correspondents

Eccentric experimental duo, MC Mr Bruce and DJ/producer Mr Chuckles, mixing vintage sounds, electro, swing and drum & bass.

Dave Sharp

A show from the former Alarm guitarist, who has forged a solo career playing rootsy rock.

Dundee Afternoon Lecture

A series of talks in the topic of Geography and nature.

Dune Rats

This Brisbane-based threesome performs its own take on the pop-punk genre.

The Edinburgh Ceilidh Club

'Ceilidh! Is it too late to say I'm sorry, and ceilidh, could we get it together again?' Of course, singer from Marillion: at the ceilidhs of the Edinburgh Ceilidh Club, the bands have a caller, so never again need you be embarrassed at not knowing the steps.

Edinburgh City Singers Community Choir

Join in on weekly rehearsals with this amateur choir, formed in Edinburgh in 2014, singing pop, folk and light jazz.

Frazer Theatre Comedy Club

The Frazer Theatre Comedy Club hosts an evening of laughs.

Guid Crack Storytelling Session

Edinburgh’s long-running storytelling club, which meets on the last Friday of the month.

Hunee

Disk jockey residing in Berlin who has made waves on the electronic music scene with his eclectic choice in records.

Jamie Smith's Mabon

Welsh five piece formerly known as Mabon play music with a distinctive mixture of global influences including Breton, Basque, Galician and Basque as well as Celtic.

Jonathan Wilson

The singer-songwriter and musician born in North Carolina performs folk and psychedelic rock.

Justin Moorhouse

Comedian, actor and DJ.

Kevin Bloody Wilson

Australia's cult comedy king performs his too-crude-for-TV songs.

Little Adventurers

Outdoor activities for wee ones ages 2–5.

Louise Rutkowski

The Glasgow vocalist was best known for being a member of 4AD supergroup This Mortal Coil before launching solo career in 2014. Her second album, Home is due for release in 2020.

Mànran

Original songs in Gaelic and English with a driving backbeat from Mànran – a Scottish band who aim to take exciting, contemporary, Scottish trad-music worldwide. Since they were established in 2010, Mànran have performed at numerous folk festivals around the world, including a concert for the 2012 London Olympics.

March for Veterans

A ten-mile walk in aid of Blind Veterans.

McGuinness & Whitham On Tour

Talk featuring TT racer John McGuinness and motorbike racing expert James Whitham.

Michael Chapman

Blues country rock from the John Peel-championed Michael Chapman.

Morgan & West: Unbelievable Science 2.0

Theatrical science show for the entire family.

My Nu Leng & M8s

My Nu Leng & M8s and special guests come together for an unforgettable club night.

New Egham Singers

Charity concert featuring community choir New Egham Singers. Bring a picnic to enjoy.

Northampton Symphony Orchestra

The Northampton Symphony Orchestra is an amateur symphony orchestra founded in 1893.

NYCOS National Girls Choir

The NYCoS National Girls Choir is the national choir for girls aged 12–16 who aim to sing in the National Youth Choir of Scotland.

Phoenix Dance Theatre

  • Directed by: Sharon Watson

Leeds-based dance company.

Powerhouse Gospel Choir

Passionate gospel choir, led by T-Jae Cole.

Pretty Addicted

GDM (or Goth Dance Music – their own term) from Pretty Addicted, mixing dance beats with a hot mess aesthetic and punch-in-the-face sound.

Red Note Ensemble

Red Note is Scotland's foremost contemporary music ensemble.

Rews

Pop-punk duo of Shauna Tohill and Collette Williams.

Rosenethe Singers

An amateur choir based in Dunblane, with singers from all over Stirling, the Rosenethe Singers perform at least two concerts per year.

Saltfishforty

Orkney duo playing feisty fiddle and gutsy guitar with free spirited hoarse-edged vocals.

The Saturday Show

Saturday nights à la Stand are normally a sold out affair so it's worth booking in advance and getting in early for the edibles. (Food. Not punters.)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra: Chamber Sundays

Chamber music from SCO Principal Players.

Scottish Tattoo Convention

Body art lovers of the world unite and take over. Attracting artists from across the globe to get their jaggy paintbrushes all over your body, there's also music, burlesque, competitions, merch and the chance to just mingle with other lovers of the art.

Shane Koyczan

  • 4 stars

Canadian spoken word artist with a line in powerful and engaging poems.

SoLo Craft Fair

A travelling craft fair featuring a variety of independent traders.

Spark Trio

Organ trio from Glasgow that play contemporary jazz using the organ/guitar/drums format.

The Sunday Night Laugh-In

End the week with the generally very chilled Sunday offering, with a dolly mixture of comedians each time.

Tales of Whatever

A selection of performers share true stories.

Yung Lean

Swedish American hiphop artist.

The Marian Consort

Young vocal ensemble specialising in early music, directed by Rory McCleery.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

  • Written by: Haydn

The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1893, has a remit to serve the south and southwest of England, and in 2014 was voted the winner in Bachtrack's World's Favourite Orchestra poll.

Let's Hang On: The Music Of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons

This award-winning production is a musical journey through the prolific career of one of the most successful bands of all time - Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.

Ramshackle

DJs Patrick Nazemi, Chezney and Midas provide house, dance and electro.

The Silencerz

Nine-piece ska and reggae band.

Taste of Grampian

The largest food festival in the north of Scotland showcasing local produce and offering much fun entertainment for all the family. After 20 years at Thainstone Exchange, the festival has moved to P&J Live for 2020.