Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Develop your archaeology skills at the Scottish Fisheries Museum on Saturday, April 8, with a guided look at cave paintings and rubbish left behind from the Iron Age.
If you’re a fan of the King then you better get to Glasgow this weekend for the Official Scottish Elvis Presley Festival! Expect multiple award-winning Elvis Tribute Artists, plus the chance to meet them at the after-show parties.
St Andrews Golf Week
From Sunday, April 9, take the chance to play a round on five different courses – including the iconic Old Course, host of last year’s Open Championship. Tuition sessions and competitions available too!
Head to Melrose in the Borders on Saturday, April 8, for the annual and oldest rugby sevens tournament. Seating tickets are now sold out, but ground and hospitality tickets are still available at this must-see event.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert is coming to Whitehall Theatre, Dundee, for the very first time! Downfield Musical Society present the jukebox musical journey from April 11.
The annual Walk Islay week is back from Sunday, April 9, so book your accommodation up now if you’re thinking of joining them! The guided walks are ideal for beginners or those who haven’t visited the isle before.
On Wednesday, April 12, you can get your creative juices flowing in the Beer Kitchen, Dundee, at Creative Dundee’s Make/Share evening with talks from successful illustrators, sculptors and printmakers.
Mackintosh at the Tron
Robin Cairns pays tribute to Charles Rennie Mackintosh in his new drama telling the story of the Dennistoun lad who became the most radical architect in Europe. Catch it at Glasgow’s Tron Theatre on Sunday, April 9.