Our What’s On Scotland guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events this weekend and in the coming week
The Burdies: Stories, Songs & Folk Drama for Midwinter
Edinburgh, Dec 8
Learn about the midwinter traditions about Wrens and Robins in this participative guide to producing and performing folk dramas.
Cumnock Town Hall, Dec 9 – 10
Suitable for even the youngest theatre-goers, this festive new musical adventure lets audiences find out what happens when Santa gets sick!
1001 Nights at Widow Twankey’s B&B!
Edinburgh, Dec 7 – 8
As a part of Strange Town’s 10th Anniversary, the 11-14s put on a panto-spectacular featuring four villains, three genies and more.
Bahookie – The Fire and the Fiddle
Glasgow, Dec 7
Check out a totally unique take on Scottish music when this Celtic four piece throw Glasgow’s biggest, most rocking Christmas party!
Xerox’s Paradox – John Butler
Dundee, Nov 6 – Dec 31
NEoN Digital Art Festival takes over Slessor Gardens with an exhibition of posters for public space by Glasgow based artist and animator, John Butler
Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.