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Festivals in Scotland

When summer comes, Scotland comes alive with a string of festivals to suit all tastes. Reflecting the active lifestyles and wide-ranging interests of the 21st century, today’s festivals cover a mix of activities. If music is your scene, you can experience the very best in live performances from the cream of international rock, folk, pop, classical and jazz artists. Be there or be square.

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16th - 26th October 2014, Lanarkshire:

This festival has something for everyone, whether your passion is music, dance, drama, arts and crafts, or literature.

19th October - 2nd November 2014, Aberfeldy:

This year, Play Poland Film Festival - the biggest celebration of Polish cinema abroad - will visit Aberfeldy.

20th October - 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

In a year that the world came to Glasgow to celebrate the Commonwealth Games and the Year of Homecoming we bring you Scotland’s annual celebration of LGBT culture, Glasgay!.

10th October - 28th November 2014, Glasgow:

The biggest celebration of Polish cinematography abroad – Play Poland Film Festival, starts in Glasgow on 10th October and is a real treat for cinema lovers.

28th & 29th November 2014, Dundee:

A mixed programme featuring international speakers, award-winning films and exhibitions held in Dundee University’s Bonar Hall.

24th January 2015, Edinburgh:

Extreme adventure filmmaking comes to the Festival Theatre.

12th - 29th March 2015, Glasgow:

The Glasgow International Comedy Festival returns with some of its favourite comedy friends, top television names and spectacular stand-up stars.

29th - 31st May 2014, Aberdeenshire:

The May Festival offers a range of events, featuring music, film, science, Gaelic, literature and more.

7th - 31st August 2015, Edinburgh:

One of the world’s greatest arts festival involving the city’s major theatres and concert halls and a whole range of smaller venues, too.


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