Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
A Doric Quartet
There’s a weekend of concerts in Perth Concert Hall and St John’s Kirk running February 17 – 19. Alasdiar Beatson joins with the Doric String Quartet for a musical journey through masterworks of piano and string through the ages.
Glasgow Film Festival
More than 60 UK and world premieres are on the programme for this year’s film fest, until Feb 26, with secret locations and live music to boot! Check out the full line-up here and Scots Mag reviews coming soon!
From Friday, February 17, you can catch an intriguing group exhibition in Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art which encourages the audiences to question the dominant narrative in a complicated world.
Explore the Rainforests
Can your family face up to the challenges and survive in the tropics? Take your chance to find out at the last Dynamic Earth‘s Rainforest Explorer Day on Sunday, February 19.
Head to The Stand Comedy Club in Glasgow on Wednesday, February 22, for a fundraiser night of comedy in aid of Epilepsy Scotland with host Susie McCabe.
On Saturday, February 18, Dundee Contemporary Arts will host Scottish director Lindsay Brown for a special screening of her BAFTA-nominated documentary short film Swan.
Capital Sci-Fi Con
Edinburgh’s not-for-profit comic and movie convention by fans for fans returns to the capital across February 18-19 at Meadowside Sports Centre. Look out for special guest meet & greets!
Best of Wildlife Photography
One hundred awe-inspiring images are on show at the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes. The free exhibition closes on Sunday, February 19, though, so get there quick!