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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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Garbage Band Workshop

21st March 2015, Inverclyde:

Owen and Olly would love it if you brought your homemade junk instruments along to the concert later this afternoon.

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21st March 2015, Inverclyde:

Percussion superstars Owen and Olly and friends will be drumming up a storm in Greenock with Junk Trunk – the latest show-stopper from family favourites Children’s Classic Concerts.

A Different Way Home

21st March 2015, Cumbernauld:

Stay-at-home Leslie always lived with his mother and is stricken with grief at her loss.

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27th February - 21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

A collection of small paintings, drawings, prints and tapestries by Alex Mary Lodge, inspired by Scotland’s wild and beautiful places.

Starting with Stories 2

21st March 2015, Edinburgh:
Hands-on introduction to live storytelling and the associated skills with leading storyteller and educator Fiona Herbert.

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21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

The Dance Caller is a vital ingredient for a successful dance event.

The King's Speech

16th - 21st March 2015, Glasgow:

It’s 1936 and King Edward VIII has abdicated for the love of Wallis Simpson.

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17th - 21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

Winner of over 30 major awards, Alan Bennett’s comic masterpiece was voted the Nation’s favourite play in a recent national survey.

Spamalot

16th -21st March 2015, Edinburgh:

Monty Python’s Spamalot gallops back out on tour to bring the West End production to theatres across the land.

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22nd March 2015, Glasgow:

Twenty years ago Britain’s favourite publican Al Murray, The Pub Landlord, embarked on his one man mission as the King Cnut of Common Sense, holding back a tide of bottled beer and ninny state nonsense.


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