Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
More than 50 gardens, parks and woodlands all over the country are currently participating in the Scottish Snowdrop Festival 2017, so click here to find a garden near you and click here for our gallery.
The Red Shed
Dundee Rep presents Mark Thomas’s mighty Miner’s Strike monologue, centred around the socialist shed in Wakefield where he politically came of age. Catch it on Saturday, February 4.
Scottish Pottery Innovation
Key objects from National Museums Scotland’s collection have been brought together for this exhibition in the Grand Gallery to showcase the importance of Scotland’s industrial development. Open, with free admission, from Friday, February 3.
Scottish Caravan and Motorhome Show
Food on Film
The Kingussie Food on Film Festival triumphantly returns for a tenth year with three days of foodie celebration, February 3-5. Don’t miss the food hall for the very best of local produce.
The February Fest in Clachaig, Glencoe, is based on three basic principles: good beer, hearty food, and great craic. Running from February 3 to March 4, their evenings makes the perfect, warming end to a day in Glencoe’s winter landscape.
Winter Skills Talk
Mountain Safety Advisor with the Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS), Heather Morning, is giving a fascinating Winter Skills talk on February 8 in one of our favourite haunts, The Mountain Cafe.
BAFTA TV stars
Kids can join BAFTA and stars from CBBC for a fun workshop on Tuesday, February 7, at Glasgow Film Theatre. The TV Presenters Masterclass is free to attend, but must be booked in advance.