The 1920s was a period of contrasts and this exhibition explores the styles, ideas and events that shaped Scottish art during this influential decade.
Have fun discovering Edinburgh on this quirky, self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Timed to mark his 70th birthday, this major exhibition by contemporary artist Jock McFadyen displays new and existing paintings, alongside works from City Art Centre’s collection of Scottish art.
This exhibition is in collaboration with the Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation to celebrate what would have been film special effects superstar Ray Harryhausen's 100th birthday year.
Come along to our colourful and entertaining family-friendly exhibition to explore the stories hidden within some of our fantastic paintings.
Let us take you on an epic adventure! Follow in the footsteps of intrepid explorers to discover exotic lands and fantastic voyages through our hands-on, family friendly exhibition!
The hysterical sequel to the smash-hit show Menopause The Musical, is coming to the Alhambra Theatre for one night only on Friday 19th February!
This exhibition, drawn from Historic Environment Scotland's archives, explores Scotland's relationship to the sea and its impact on everyday life.
The Active8 Glasgow online program is a new FREE project that aims to improve the physical and mental health for residents of Summerston and the surrounding areas!
Browse the stalls and bag yourself a bargain at the twice weekly City Markets Bridgeton Cross Retail Market!
Have fun discovering Glasgow with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Spring events has teamed up with community cycling charity, Free Wheel North, to host virtual cycling event 'Cycle 21', encouraging people to take to the saddle to help raise much needed funds!
Flair Gymnastics Club have just opened a new facility within The Pitches in the Southside of Glasgow and have a range of new classes available for kids 5+!
After the success of their 6th SELL OUT Movies to Musicals Concert, Glasgow Philharmonia returns to the iconic Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for what will be their biggest show yet!
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities!
Hire-a-guide at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond for an exclusive dawn or dusk goose watching experience!
Join a Historic Tour of the University of Glasgow the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world!
Legendary adult mid-tempo contemporary psychedelic rock band from Atlanta, Microwave, will play King Tut's Glasgow on 19th February!
From January, Online Short Courses at Royal Conservatoire Scotland will offer a fun and inspiring programme for all ages – children, young people and adults!
DF Concerts presents Phil Madeley live at The Poetry Club Glasgow on Friday 19th February with special guests!
Platform Glasgow's community choir, Platform Singers, is now taking place online every Friday afternoon via Zoom!
With standing ovations and rave reviews, Sorry For Your Loss is a must see! Catch it at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Friday 19th February!
Walking Tours in Glasgow is now offering a two hour Street Art tour! This mural and modern culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow!
The Big Escape is a brand new interactive outdoor experience, played on your smartphone, which will turn Glasgow City Centre into a giant escape game!
Join Get Walking Lanarkshire on one of their regular health walks! Enjoy the fresh air, meet new people and have a good blether!
Join South Lanarkshire Leisure and Culture for a free programme of online art classes for adults and children including pottery, painting, dressmaking and drama to name just a few!
During February, come and take part in RSPB Lochwinnoch's amazing winter migrants scavenger hunt!
Author Victoria McNulty performs excerpts from a live adaptation of her book Exiles which she has created specially for Paisley Book Festival, and has a discussion about the work!
Renfrewshire-based writer Kirstin Innes has teamed up with Lochwinnoch singer and composer Outi Smith to tell the story of protest singer and activist Clio Campbell from Innes' novel Scabby Queen!
Join Intan Paramaditha and Sarah Maria Griffin as they discuss their works with author and Guest Curator Kirsty Logan as part of Paisley Book Festival!
Project Smok have fast become a recognised and household name in the traditional music scene and effortlessly blend trad music with contemporary new-age pop influences.
Join Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society for Roaches Coaches, a radio comedy set in a small-town bus depot, in a magical time before COVID-19 was invented!
Looking for a free educational activity for your child? Self Lab at Abertay University are currently running this online study for children aged 7 -11 years old in the Stirling area.