Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Classic Vehicle Event
Edinburgh’s West End, June 9
A host of classic vehicles – including an R-type Bently and a DeLorean! – take centre stage down the picturesque William Street in a brand new event in the capital.
Rock of Ages
Dumbarton Castle, June 9 – 10
With reenactments from multiple periods in the castle’s history, this fantastic family day out lets you wander through living history camps and meet characters across the centuries.
Dundee Comedy Club
Dundee Rep, June 8
Fern Brady and Scott Gibson
Ruthven Music Festival
Ruthven, June 8 – 10
Featuring two classical concerts from the acclaimed Ruthven Festival Players with four guest artistes and a programme of guitar and orchestra classics, old and new.
Call 01828 633924 for tickets
Alliance Trust Cateran Yomp
9th – 10th June 2018, Blairgowrie, Perthshire
Raising money for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity with a 52 mile walk across some stunning Perthshire scenery. Walkers of all abilities can take part in bronze (22 miles), silver (36.5 miles) or gold (52 miles) routes.
Tuk Tuk, Glasgow. June 14
Glasgow’s Indian street food specialist, Tuk Tuk, is hosting the city’s only potluck celebration of Eid with a specially created menu and Bollywood dance workshops.
Edinburgh, June 10
Thousands of women and girls wearing the colours of the Suffragette will movement march through the streets of Edinburgh for this mass participatory artwork.
Venues around Scotland, June 8-24
The third year of this eclectic wee festival kicks off around the country with events and exhibitions including Hilary Jack’s sculptural installations at Mellerstain House, SituLab’s site-specific composition at Craigsbank Church in Edinburgh, and a spoon-carving event in Lochgoilhead that explores timber detailing in Scottish architecture.
Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.