The Cannae Miss List: Nov 25 – Dec 1

The Treacherous Orchestra

Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week


Beachy Head

Head along to Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh, for Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group‘s production of Beachy Head, a candid look at the emotional journey of those left behind following a suicide. From Nov 30 to Dec 3.


Festival of Brass

Across Saturday, Nov 26, and Sunday, Nov 27, Horsecross Theatre, by Perth is hosting the largest festival of brass music in the UK with over 1,200 players from Scotland’s youth bands and eighteen senior bands from Scotland and beyond.


Once Upon A Sunday…

A family fairytale fundraiser for UNICEF and Médecins sans frontières is running on Sunday, November 27, in Glasgow’s Cottiers Theatre, with storytelling , children’s theatre, songs, games and all MC’s by Libby McArthur and Sanjeev Kohl.


Culloden Open Doors

On Sunday, November 27, anyone with an IV, KW, AB or PH postcode is in for a treat as the National Trust for Scotland is opening the doors to the Culloden Visitor Centre free of charge to local visitors, for a day of family fun.


Edinburgh Food Social

This inaugural Indoor Food and Craft Market hopes to become a regular event so if you like your food, drink and crafts from local suppliers at affordable prices then head down to The Biscuit Factory on Saturday, Nov 26, and Sunday, Nov 27.


The Saltire Concert

One of the best highlights of the Saltire Festival celebrations, the Saltire Concert features Scots Mag favourites Skerryvore and the Treacherous Orchestra at the Brunton, Musselburgh, on Saturday, November 26.


A Christmas Carol

Chapterhouse Theatre return to The Buccleuch Centre with Dicken’s unforgettable tale on Tuesday, November 29, for a night that is sure to melt the heart of even the sternest of Scrooges.


Build It!

This week sees your last chance to see the National Museum of Scotland‘s model of itself – made entirely out of Lego! The 90,000-brick model is on display at the museum until December 1 as part of the Festival of Architecture.  divider

Katrina Patrick