CineNights by Cinescapes is excited to bring some shenanigans to the roof with our March 'Some Like it Hot' screening on 20th March at Rooftop 51 at Moxy Edinburgh Fountainbridge.
This online exhibition consists of 20 abstract paintings inspired by a special garden - bluets, redets, and yellowets, plus 6 video poems which follow the seasons at The Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh.
Have fun discovering Edinburgh on this quirky, self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Switch to Manual is an introductory workshop for camera users who tend to leave their camera set to Automatic modes and don’t unleash the full creativity that a DSLR or Bridge camera can deliver.
Enjoy a free guided lunchtime tour of the incredible Morris & Co exhibition every Thursday at 1pm with your exhibition ticket. Pre-booking essential.
Cask Smugglers are thrilled to present our brand new Secret Domes, which boast some of the best views in Edinburgh from a spectacular vantage point on the rooftop of Waverley station.
Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions!
This exhibition will explore how the desert communities of northern Peru have adapted to the impact of El Niño, the shifting band of warm ocean found on the Pacific coast of South America.
Join an expert guide on a tour of the world's most famous golf course. Walk in the footsteps of icons of the game and experience a player's eye view of the fabled links.
Oliver’s Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs have started mental health drop in sessions every Friday at Crosshill Business Centre, Lochgelly.
The Oliver’s Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs Saturday Kids Club is for families to have a safe environment to have some fun, so why not pop in and say hello!
Adam and Eve, an Acid Bath Killer, political polarisation, a mysterious cult AND a Doric jukebox musical are just some of the features of A Play, A Pie and A Pint's fabulous Spring programme!
Enjoy a wee walk and a premium whisky tasting in a local pub with a fun, local guide and see a new side to the city on your trip with this small group tour with Walking Tours in Glasgow!
AfroScots at GoMA brings together new acquisitions and existing works from Glasgow Museums' collection, reflecting complex dialogues around race, Empire, independence and post-colonial legacies.
The 'Coming into View' exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery celebrates the work of amateur photographer Eric Watt through the mid-late 20th Century.
Have fun discovering Glasgow with two, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt courtesy of Curious About!
Glasgow Central Tours offer you the chance to explore behind the scenes of Glasgow's most iconic and busiest landmarks, Central Station!
This is a 1.5 hour tour that will take you around all the main sites of the city, giving you an excellent opportunity to find out about Glasgow's rich history and culture!
Walking Tours in Glasgow is now offering a daily Street Art tour! This mural and modern culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow!
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities!
After two years of closure, the Gallery at Pollok House will reopen with an exhibition on 'Glasgow Boy' artist Edward Atkinson Hornel and his trips to Japan in the 1890s and 1920s!
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum holds delightful daily recitals by eminent local organists and visiting players!
Enjoy a walking tour and explore the thriving food scene of Glasgow's leafy west end with The Glasgow Food and Drink Tour!
Join Get Walking Lanarkshire on one of their regular health walks! Enjoy the fresh air, meet new people and have a good blether!
Architects were invited to design their vision for Hamilton's most famous landmark, the Mausoleum, now you have the opportunity to view these entries at this special exhibition at Low Parks Museum!
Our exciting family trail now includes LEGO! Fun for all ages, can you find all of our LEGO Argylls hidden around the Museum's First Floor?
Come and explore Kilbride Castle gardens! They cover some 12 acres and are situated above the Ardoch Burn and below the castle.
Join Stirling Old Town's most grumblesome Ghoul, the Happy Hangman, Jock Rankin, on a creepy, comic guided ghostwalk!
Learn to speak with more confidence and effectiveness with your local Toastmasters Club, Stirling Speakers.