Events Around Tayside

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More details - Dundee Arts Café: Guns, Violence and Toxic Masculinity in the USA
Frequently, the reports that reach our shores from the other side of the Atlantic tell the story of a country dealing with the aftermath of a tragic mass shooting. The USA’s complex relationship with guns can be traced back to the Empire, the fight for independence and the American constitution.
The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum, Albert Square, Dundee
Tue 1 Oct 19

More details - Café Science Dundee: Silent Witness – What Teeth Can Tell Us
Everyone has their own dental profile that makes us unique and one of a kind. This means when someone dies who cannot be identified, their teeth can help build a story of the person’s life.
Medina Bar and Grill, 113 Nethergate, Dundee
Mon 16 Sep 19

More details - Ranzas
Formed in 2014 Ranzas are a four piece New-wave Indie Rock Fuzz Pop band hailing from the West of Scotland. Ranzas play fuzzy spacey riffs with catchy lyrics that you’ll be sure to love! The band released their debut EP ‘Save Me Now’ in 2017, which was a collection of their early songs.
15 Ward Road Dundee
Fri 6 Sep 19

More details - 2nd EuroSciCon Congress on  Enzymology and Molecular Biology
On behalf of Enzymology and Molecular Biology Conferences 2019 Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite Academics, Counsellors, Educators, General Practitioners, Health educators/promoters, Research scientists, Self-help group facilitators, Social workers, Teachers, Business delegates and Young researchers
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thu 22 Aug 19

More details - Zippos Circus 2019 'The Magnificent Top Hat'
First time here! Scotland’s Favourite Zippo’s Circus is back on the road for 2019 with a new show titled The Magnificent Top Hat, celebrating 21 years since ringmaster Norman Barrett first appeared at Zippos Circus.
Riverside Park, Riverside Drive, DUNDEE
Tue 25 Jun 19

More details - Craig David
Global superstar Craig David and his full live band will perform at Dundee Slessor Gardens on Friday 7 June, bringing an arsenal of hits and his signature dynamic performance to his only full concert in Scotland in 2019.
Slessor Gardens Dundee
Fri 7 Jun 19

More details - Dundee Arts Cafe: Changing Stop and Search in Police Scotland
The police practice of stop and search in Scotland was at one time being conducted at a rate about seven times higher than that of the London Metropolitan Police. It was unaccountable, largely unrecorded and mostly ‘ignored’ by political leaders and the media.
The McManus, Albert Square, Meadowside, Dundee
Tue 4 Jun 19

More details - Macbeth
Giuseppe Verdi’s dramatic retelling of the Shakespeare Tragedy returns to its home turf as Tayside Opera brings its 2019 Macbeth tour to Birnam, Brechin, St Andrew and Dundee.
The Space Theatre, Old Glamis Road, Dundee
Thu 30 May 19

More details - Café Science Dundee: How Does Your Barley Grow?
Cereals provide more calories to the human diet than any other source. And grain from cereals such as barley are also critical for brewing and distilling, especially of whisky, our most valuable export.
Avery & Co, 34 South Tay St, Dundee
Mon 20 May 19

More details - Charity Valuation Day - Jewellery - Thursday, 25th April 2019
Charity Valuation Day featuring Jewellery. Experts John Kelly and Robert Torrens on hand to give a verbal valuation for a fee of £3 per item which is donated to Maggie’s Centres, Dundee. The event starts at 10.30 am until 3 pm.
Scottish Antique & Arts Centre
Thu 25 Apr 19

More details - Dundee Arts Café: Russian Politics under Putin
Many observers of Russian politics have been perplexed by the high levels of popular support which President Putin has been able to command.
The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum, Albert Square, Dundee.
Tue 16 Apr 19

More details - Café Science Dundee: Can Earth Stop Climate Change?
The world keeps getting hotter, and the effects of global climate change are a threat to all life on Earth. The level of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere also reached record highs in modern times.
Avery & Co, 34 South Tay St, Dundee.
Mon 18 Mar 19

More details - Sponsored Fundraising Organathon
The Friends of the Caird Hall Organ invite you to an all-day feast of organ, instrumental and choir music on Saturday 23rd February. Between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. a relay of seventeen organists will entertain, with contributions from choirs, violinists and a clarinettist. Stay all day or come and go as you please.
Caird Hall, City Square, Dundee
Sat 23 Feb 19

More details - Dundee Arts Café: Random Access Memories: Nostalgia and Videogames
Many of us today have fond memories of playing video games in our childhood, and continue to be video games fans to this day. The sights, sounds, and styles of classic games such as Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros. or Doom have impacted on everything from graphic design and fashion to music and film.
The McManus: Dundee Art Gallery and Museum, Albert Square, Dundee
Tue 5 Feb 19

More details - Café Science Dundee: Health Promotion: The Road to Rehabilitation
How many fruit and veg should you eat every day? The “have you had your five-a-day?” campaign is an example of successful health promotion – where people are informed to make the easy choices about their health.
Avery & Co, 34 South Tay St, Dundee
Mon 21 Jan 19

More details - Discovery Days 2019
Join us at the University of Dundee to listen to our newest professors and award-winning teachers & students, as they share with us the ideas that inspire them. Everyone is welcome.
Main Lecture Theatre (LT3), Dalhousie Building, Old Hawkhill, Dundee.
Wed 9 Jan 19

More details - The Dundee Christmas Lecture 2018
Josh Littlejohn: Together we can end homelessness In the lead up to Dundee’s participation in the nationwide Sleep in the Park event on 8th December, we are delighted to be joined by the mastermind behind the event and Social Bite Founder Josh Littlejohn, who will discuss the importance of working together to find
Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee
Sat 1 Dec 18

More details - Café Science Dundee: Are E-cigarettes Safe for Your Arteries?
E-cigarettes are gaining popularity as an alternative to traditional cigarettes, with an estimated 2.9 million people in the UK vaping, instead of smoking. Health bodies advise they are much less harmful than smoking and politicians are encouraging the promotion of e-cigarettes as an aid to giving up smoking.
Avery & Co, 34 South Tay St, Dundee.
Mon 19 Nov 18

More details - Dundee Arts Café - Frankenstein: The Books That Made The Monster
The teenage author of Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, was an avid reader, as her detailed diaries reveal. But her most iconic creations, Victor Frankenstein and his Monster, are fatally corrupted by their own exposure to books.
The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum, Albert Square, Dundee
Tue 13 Nov 18

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