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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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A View From The Bridge

28th April - 2nd May 2015, Edinburgh:

This dark and passionate tale ranks as one of the great classics of our time.


2nd May 2015, Lanark:

Join a first class professional cast as they take you on the best of musical theatre from West End to Broadway.

52 Shades of Maggie

3rd May 2015, Edinburgh:

Maggie Muff is back in a brand new show 52 Shades of Maggie.


2nd & 3rd May 2015, Stirling:

Pirates and Princesses is the brand new show from Anya, Kevin and Gary (formerly of the Singing Kettle).

Mini(mal) Music Day for Kids!

3rd May 2015, Glasgow:

A fantastic morning of FREE music-making activities and events for children and families, inspired by the music of Steve Reich & Philip Glass.


5th May 2015, Inverness:

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

Whisky Galore

5th May 2015, Skye:

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.


5th May 2015, Glasgow:

All of Us is a bold new night of (mostly) true storytelling.

Culture Cafe: A L Kennedy

6th May 2015, Aberdeen:

A L Kennedy is one of the brightest talents on the current literary scene.


7th May 2015, Dundee:

How did a Roman soldier based in Northern Britain dress? What weapons did he carry? Using evidence from archaeology and contemporary sculpture, Dr Jon Coulston, School of Classics, University of St Andrews, answers these questions and many more, giving a fascinating insight into life in the Roman Army.

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