Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Dundee Rep‘s award-winning Ensemble take to the stage this week for their first production of the year, Ira Levin’s Deathtrap. This spine-chilling and mischievous ‘who will do it?’ theatrical comedy will be at the Rep until Saturday, March 10.
There’s Always The Hills…
As part of the Fort William Mountain Festival on Saturday, Feb 23, you can our Cameron McNeish, who will be giving an audio-visual presentation, reading from his new book There’s Always The Hills and doing book signings at Ellis Brigham, Fort William.
An Evening With Sally
Broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson will discuss her debut fiction title The Sealwoman’s Gift at Primavera Bistro in Newton Mearns on February 27. The event is free, but do book your place in advance.
A festival of après-ski music in a spectacular setting, Groove Cairngorm is the UK’s first and only snowsports music festival. Hit the slopes and dance the night away across February 23-24 at Badaguish Outdoor Centre, between Aviemore and Cairngorm Mountain.
Circus of Horrors!
Spellbinding circus acts from all over the world, with an added touch of the underworld for good measure. The UK tour of Circus of Horrors: Voodoo will be at Pitlochry, Perth, Dundee and Motherwell this week, after a successful night in Inverness.Sign up to our Weekly newsletter