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More details - Cancer Research UK Race For Life 5k /10k
Run, jog or walk. Raise £200 or £10. THIS IS BEATING CANCER. Sign up for Race for Life RIGHT NOW. Race for Life brings millions of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
University of Stirling
Sun 13 May

More details - Counterfeit Sixties Show
Re-live the sounds of the swinging sixties, as Britain’s No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era.
Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling
Sat 12 May

More details - Join Falkirk care home for fun from around the world this Care Home Open Day
A care home in Falkirk is inviting local people to join in its celebrations for Care Home Open Day. On Saturday 21st April, from 10am-3pm, the team at Caledonian Court on Victoria Road will be opening the doors to the care home for a free family-friendly event.
Victoria Road Larbert Falkirk
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Big Kid Circus
Big Kid Circus returns with an all new show, in the year we celebrate 250 years since the creation of the modern circus. To mark this event we introduce great new ground and aerial artists from England, Ukraine, Cuba and an hilarious new Clown Papeluxo. A perfect show for all the family to enjoy!
Forth Centre, Grangemouth Road, Falkirk
Wed 25 Apr to Sun 29 Apr

More details - Ghost Writer
A theatre company decides to stage a new production of Hamlet - fronted by a TV soap star and backed by a cast of second rate hams. Tragically at the last night party, Ruby a renowned reveler is found dead. We join the story 1 year later.
Linlithgow Primary School
Thu 17 May to Sat 19 May

More details - Cancer Research UK Race For Life 5k /10k
Run, jog or walk. Raise £200 or £10. THIS IS BEATING CANCER. Sign up for Race for Life RIGHT NOW. Race for Life brings millions of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
Hopetoun House
Sun 13 May

More details - White Eagle Spiritualist Church
A modern and independant spiritualist church which is affiliated to the United Spiritualists and meets every tuesday at 7.30pm in The Broxburn Bowling Club, Longbyres , Station Road, Broxburn .
The Bowling Club, Longbyres , Station Road. Broxburn West Lothian
Tue 24 Apr, Tue 1 May, Tue 8 May, Tue 15 May, Tue 22 May, Tue 29 May

More details - Edinburgh Antiques & Collectors Fair
Take part in Scotland’s largest antiques event. Quality vintage clothing and accessories, jewellery, ceramics, collectables, Art Deco items, pens, walking sticks and much more awaits. ATM machine on the showground, on site catering in the hall and free car parking.
The Lowland Hall, Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston Centre,
Sat 12 May and Sun 13 May

More details - Milngavie Music Club
CLARE HAMMOND, piano Haydn Fantasia in C major, Hob XVII: 4 Schubert 4 Impromptus, D899 Szymanowski Métopes: L’Isle des Sirènes & Calypso Malcolm Hayes Purgatorio Chopin Études, Op 25 Winner of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young Artist Award in 2015, Clare Hammond has been acclaimed as a rising star by BBC
Cairns Church, Buchanan Street, Milngavie
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Batman Richard Smith is back!
Bat expert Richard Smith is back at The Ecology Centre sharing his fascinating knowledge of bats. He will take you on a guided tour of our site and there will be lots of opportunities to see and hear bats in their natural setting. Refreshments will be available to purchase at this event.
The Ecology Centre, Kinghorn Loch, Kinghorn
Today

More details - Kenny Wheeler's Sweet Sister Suite & The Music of Mary Lou Williams
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra (SNJO) directed by Tommy Smith Presents Kenny Wheeler’s ’Sweet Sister Suite’ featuring guest soloists Laura Jurd (trumpet) and Irini Arabatzi (voice) and The Music of Mary Lou Williams featuring Brian Kellock (piano) Sweet Sister Suite was specially
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, New Auditorium, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
Today

More details - Amplifier
Amplifier Support Awooga. Artists performing: Amplifier.: Tickets avaiable.
O2 ABC2 Glasgow, Glasgow
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Franchise Opportunities Scotland
The franchise industry is booming in Scotland, with the British Franchise Association (bfa) predicting that the sector will be worth £1bn by 2020.
Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow 99 Gordon Street
Wed 25 Apr

More details - Speed Dating in Glasgow
Glasgow Speed Dating How speed dating in Glasgow works A great event to go to is Speed Dating in Glasgow. How it works is our friendly professional hosts will greet you and they will settle you in by briefly explaining the format of the Speed Dating evening.
Epoch, 48 Buchanan St, Glasgiw
Wed 25 Apr

More details - Enterteasement: Comedy! Magic! Burlesque!
Enterteasement is Glasgow’s monthly Comedy Magic Burlesque show. They proudly boast a 4.7 star average customer rating and have a reputation for sell out shows. If you’re looking for something new, fun and exciting, get your tickets now while you still can
The Admiral Bar, 72 Waterloo Street, Glasgow
Sat 12 May

More details - Brandenburg Concertos by Candlelight
Returning to Edinburgh in May to continue their 2018 Scottish season at St Giles’ Cathedral, the London Concertante will be performing two hallmark works of the Baroque era: J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 4 & 5.
St Giles’ Cathedral, High Street, Edinburgh
Sat 12 May

More details - Dr Paul Pub Quiz
Fun and friendly pub quiz action with local favourite quizmaster Dr Paul. Come and have a go at winning booze and cash and mystery prizes. Nice quick quiz, nothing too heavy. Finished by 8.30pm
Brass Monkey Leith 362 Leith Walk
Mon 23 Apr

More details - Beltane Fire Festival 2018
Celebrate the first signs of summer with a wild mix of fire, drumming, and acrobatics on a scale not seen anywhere else in the world ?? BELTANE FIRE FESTIVAL marks the changing seasons by bringing the ancient Celtic festival to a modern audience.
Calton Hill, Edinburgh
Mon 30 Apr

More details - Interrobang: Field Work
In the 1950s, American ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax conducted field recordings of Scots and Gaelic song. Now Interrobang, composer Paul Walker, and award-winning guests Stuart A.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Today

More details - Men with Coconuts & Friends
The award-winning musical improv comedy troupe are joined by new and established improvisers and sketch comedians as they present two hours of off-the-cuff scenes and original sketch comedy.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh
Sat 21 Apr, Sat 2 Jun

More details - Tad Talk: Oasis or Mirage? The Trad Gigging Economy in Scotland today
Festivals seem to flourish, CDs still pour from the pressing plants, musicians are fizzing with ideas and skill. All seems to be well in the trad scene today, but what is the reality for musicians, promoters and venues? Are there enough gigs? Has the folk club had its day? What do audiences want?
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Trad Talk Gig with Pete Coe
Following on from the daytime Trad Talk event, Pete Coe leads an evening of narrative folk songs, rooted in English traditions. He sings and plays classic ballads, historical broadsides, rural yarns, travellers’ tales, songs of love and loss and industrial protest.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Edinbal Dance Workshop: A Dance Tour of Europe
From social and energetic dances from Brittany or joyful group dances from the Basque country, to warm, exuberant Southern Italian dances or smooth couple dances from France, this series will take you on a folkdance tour of Europe!
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh
Wed 25 Apr, Wed 9 May, Wed 23 May

More details - Opening Concert: Passing It On
TradFest’s Opening Concert celebrates the tradition of handing down a tune, song, story or dance to the next generation through performances and social occasions.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Thu 26 Apr

More details - The Bernicia Suite: The Real Price of Fish
The personal story of Cellardyke skipper Daniel Henderson and the fishing tragedy which struck numerous coastal communities in 1900. Richard Wemyss leads the audience through this moving tale set to his compositions (played by a six-piece traditional band), poignantly illustrating the real price of fish.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Lift up your Voice
Singing makes you feel better, so come along to explore Scots song with two skilled enthusiasts, Scott Murray and Ruth Kirkpatrick.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Guid Crack Storytelling Session
You see, that’s what you get! Come and hear tales about things that should have been left alone, and what happened when they were not! Edinburgh’s monthly storytelling night returns to its spiritual home at The Waverley Bar. With guest storyteller Ron Fairweather.
The Waverley Bar, 3-5 St Mary’s St, Edinburgh EH1 1TA
Fri 27 Apr

More details - Inside Mariotta's House
We know it as John Knox House, but who did the property really belong to? Join Mariotta Arries, the true owner of the house, to hear the story of a wealthy burgess in 16th century Edinburgh.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh
Sat 28 Apr, Sun 29 Apr, Sat 5 May, Sun 6 May

More details - Journeys: The Women who made the Mountains sing
A unique, bilingual storytelling creation between Finnish Rune singer and storyteller, Anna-Maria Toivonen and Highland Perthshire storyteller, Claire Hewitt.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Nations United - Daytime
A Cultural Journey in the Heart of Edinburgh. A celebration of Scotland, South Africa, India and Brazil in the heart of Edinburgh. Join BE United for a day of dance, music, storytelling workshops, stalls and talks.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Aspects of Youth
Led by musical director Corrina Hewat and featuring traditional singer Scott Gardiner, Sangstream folk choir observes Scotland’s Year of Young People.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Perthshire Folk Tales: Book Launch
Bringing a piece of Perthshire to Edinburgh, co-authors Lindsey Gibb & C.A. Hope launch their ’Perthshire Folktales’ book, the latest in the folktales series from History Press.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sun 29 Apr

More details - Family Ceilidh
Come with family and friends to dance well-known Scottish dances and sing well-known songs. All the dances will be called and there will be easier circles for the littler ones. A fun introduction to sociable dancing with live music and some stories too.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sun 29 Apr

More details - Giants
Two giant storytellers tell the tales of the gargantuan race of beings who once populated the earth. Mapping their rise and demise through myth and folktale, Alice Fernbank and Svend-Erik Engh take a loving look at the lives of the giants and their gradual departure from the earth.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sun 29 Apr

More details - A Flame of Wrath for squinting Patrick
Fresh as today’s headlines, a contemporary story of murder, treachery and revenge based on a tale from the annals of Highland clan history.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Mon 30 Apr

More details - Mary Rushiecoats and the Wee Black Bull
A circle dance-story celebrating the full moon of Beltane and the cosmic bull, an ancient rite of passage to summer. Featuring traditional ballads from Scotland, moon stories from Japan and the most beautiful ‘Buffalo Woman’ from the Great Plains. With Linda Williamson and Mio Shapley.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Mon 30 Apr

More details - Scotland's National Music: Hamish Henderson: New Voice on the Carrying Stream
Fred Freeman shares his knowledge on the renowned father of the Scottish Folk revival, highlighting his contributions as song maker and poet, birthing a new wave in the carrying stream of culture.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Tue 1 May

More details - Brighde Chaimbeul ft. Aidan O’Rourke
Winner of the 2016 BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award, and 2017 Scots Trad Music Awards ‘Up and Coming’ nominee, Skye musician and piper Brighde Chaimbeul is one of Scotland’s fastest rising stars.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Tue 1 May

More details - CAFÉ CEILIDH
Join friends from the Scots Music Group for an afternoon session of traditional songs, music, poems and stories, held in the relaxed setting of the Storytelling Court. All are welcome to listen or bring a tune for a turn!
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Tue 1 May

More details - Young Night Thought
Named after a small Robert Louis Stevenson poem, ’Young Night Thought’ is a new album of original contemporary folk from Kirsty Law.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Wed 2 May

More details - Street Performance for May Day: Musicians & Mummers
Wanted! Performers on all instruments suited for street parties - Brass, Reeds, Pipes (A, D, C), Accordions, Shawms, Drums, Percussion - and people who like costuming, dancing and acting out.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Wed 2 May

More details - Sheesham and Lotus & 'Son
One of the most popular old-time roots acts in North America. Noted for their highly original presentation, the band have created a sonic and visual language that is very much their own, utilising instruments they’ve created, like the Sepia-phonic Monophone and the Contrabass HarmoniPhoneum.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Thu 3 May

More details - Scotland's National Music: The Songs of Robert Tannahill
Paisley’s Robert Tannahill continues to be celebrated as one of Scotland’s finest songmakers. With his beautifully delicate pastoral songs and an empathy for minority communities which sets him apart from many of his eighteenth-century contemporaries, Tannahill remains hugely influential.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Thu 3 May

More details - Where I Stand: A New Conversation
The result of a collaboration forged at a residency in Mumbai in March 2018 which brings together two young artists from Scotland and two from India, combining music and storytelling to reflect on the connections, differences and influences that link the two countries.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Fri 4 May

More details - The Rymours
The Rymour Club was formed in 1903 in tribute to the poetic inspiration of Scottish Song and Folklore. Regional songs and children’s lore abound in this celebration of the preservation and study of Scottish song.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Fri 4 May

More details - Rob Heron & The Tea Pad Orchestra
Forget lazy pastiche; this collective live and breathe their own North-Eastern style, combining western swing, country blues and ragtime hokum. What began as four friends studying traditional music now sees them play throughout the UK and Europe.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 5 May

More details - Scots Music Group Songbook Launch
All are welcome to Scots Music Group sing-a-long event, singing favourite Scots songs in chorus to celebrate SMG’s launch of a brand-new songbook, ‘50 Mair Favourite Traditional Scots Songs’. All singers welcome – novices and seasoned sangsters – the more the merrier! Hosted by SMG’s weekly singing groups.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 5 May

More details - Kin: Fortune, Feuds & The Family Tree
Fierce loyalty, camaraderie and inherited blessings flirt with devilish deeds, treachery and dark ancestral secrets in this intimate exploration of those we cannot choose – our nearest and dearest families.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sat 5 May

More details - Family Beltane 2018
This delightful Beltane Fire Society tradition allows parents to share in the magic of the Beltane story with their little ones through storytelling, face painting and arts & crafts.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sun 6 May

More details - Robin Hood: Riot, Rant & Rebellion!
WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE! An evening of anarchic tales from around the world, celebrating Robin Hood’s role in Scotland’s May Day traditions.
Scottish Storytelling Centre, 43-45 High Street, Edinburgh,
Sun 6 May