Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
From 24-30 November, The Saltire Festival celebrates Saint Andrews Day in the Home of the Flag. Expect tours, ceilidhs, concerts, comedy nights, reenactments and, of course, golf!
Party With The Past
A night of music, dancing and surprises for those aged 14 – 18 is being hosted by the National Museum of Scotland on the evening of Friday, November 18. The new galleries come to life with live music, costumes and scavenger hunts!
Last week Glasgow kicked off its Christmas celebrations with the opening of the St Enoch Market, and this week Edinburgh gets into the spirit of the season with the opening of the Princes Street Market and fairground!
Perth Youth Theatre
Scotland’s oldest theatre-based Youth theatre is celebrating with a 50th Anniversary Gala Concert on Thursday, November 24 in Perth Concert Hall. The climax of a year of celebrations for the group is bound to be a great concert.
The Dundee Jazz Festival is on at venues across the city, including the Gardyne Theatre and the Frigate Unicorn. Click here for the full list of toe-tapping events on until November 20.
A weekend of non-stop music awaits at the Scots Fiddle Festival in Edinburgh this weekend from Friday, Nov 18, to Sunday, Nov 20. Concerts, workshops, and talks for players & listeners of all ages!
The European Curling Championships run this weekend in Braehead Arena, Glasgow, so click here for day-passes and head along to cheer on Eve Muirhead and the Scottish team from Saturday, November 19.
The Festival of Architecture comes to a close this weekend in Dundee, with a two-day event of illuminations, exhibitions and open doors. Light Nights includes interactive sound and light experience projected onto the city’s buildings.