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Arts in Scotland

Scotland has always inspired creativity, and its rich culture, beautiful landscapes and colourful people have long been a focus for song, drama, literature and art. Today, art, in all its many forms, is very much alive and well in Scotland – and a major attraction for visitors. Literary art, performance art and the visual arts can be experienced and enjoyed the length and breadth of the country in every imaginable type of venue. Come and sample the abundance of talent Scotland has on offer. You won’t be disappointed.

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Varmints

29th April 2015, Inverness:

There was once only the sound of bees and the wind in the wiry grass, the low murmuring of moles in the cool dark earth, and the song of birds in the high blue sky.

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29th April 2015, Aberdeen:

Join us for an evening of Comedy, Cocktails & Cupcakes.

Normal/Madness

29th April 2015, Peebles:

Kirsty’s mother is inappropriate, embarrassing and definitely unusual.

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28th & 29th April 2015, St Andrews:

Each year St Andrew’s Dance Society hold a themed end-of-year show at the Byre Theatre to showcase its talent.

William Soutar Birthday Lecture

30th April 2015, Perth:

Willie Soutar was a Perth poet who stands comparison with Scotland’s best.

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30th April 2015, Edinburgh:

Edinburgh’s world-famous Beltane Fire Festival is a modern version of an ancient celtic festival celebrating the turn of the seasons.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

30th April 2015, East Lothian:

Oscar Wilde’s classic combining drawing room comedy and gothic horror is a gripping and hugely entertaining theatrical event.

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30th April 2015, Skye:

Forsaken’ is the story of an island set at the moment of depopulation, of a struggle for survival and a struggle with the past.

The Straw Chair

30th April 2015, Kirkcaldy:

Set in the first half of the 18th century, The Straw Chair tells the story of seventeen year old Isabel and her minister husband’s arrival on the remote island of Hirta, also known as St Kilda.

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30th April 2015, Stornoway:

World War II and the islands of Great Todday and Little Todday are suffering a severe whisky shortage; but things change dramatically when a ship runs aground carrying 50 thousand cases of whisky.


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