Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Last chance to catch the exhibition of paintings by Eva Ulrich at Tomatin Distillery! The specially commissioned paintings which portray the spirit of Tomatin’s range of five new whiskies The Five Virtues will be on display until the end of November.
DSO In Concert
Dundee Symphony Orchestra will perform Dvorak Symphony no. 7, Brahms Academic Festival Overture, and Mendelssohn violin concerto at Dundee’s Caird Hall on Saturday, November 25. The concert will be conducted by Robert Dick, with a guest appearance by soloist Maya Iwabuchi, leader of the RSNO.
Book Week Scotland
Monday, November 27, marks the start of Book Week Scotland! Hundreds of events are taking place across the country – click here for the full line-up. If you can’t make it to an event, then go online for the Virtual Festival!
The Dundee Mountain Film Festival is back from Friday, November 24, in the Bonar Hall. It’s the UK’s longest continuous running mountain film festival, so you can expect a fantastic international programme of speakers, as well as award winning films and exhibitions.
See the history of Scotland brought to life in incredible ice sculptures as part of this year’s Edinburgh’s Christmas. The immersive walk-through experience will be on George Street until December 24.
Don’t miss the Highland and Moray Food and Drink Festival on Saturday, November 25, in Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, for stalls full of delicious local produce, and a live chef’s theatre.