The Cannae Miss List: September 21 – 27
Our What’s On Scotland guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events this weekend and in the coming week
Wigtown Book Festival
Wigtown, September 22 – October 1
New and well-loved authors alike grace this book festival with soul, celebrating the town’s unique literary heritage.
Findhorn Bay Festival
Findhorn, September 26 – 30
A mix of theatre and performance, exhibitions and live music, fine art and photography, talks and tours!
The Scottish Adventure Travel Film Festival
Poolewe, September 21 – 23
This film festival showcases the best in adventure travel films from the 1930s to the present day.
Stirling, September 21 – 13
Scotland’s crime writing festival is back with more gruesome events, as top authors divulge their secrets in talks, workshops and fun-filled events.
Biggar Science Festival
Biggar, September 21 – 24
Family festival with 30 events, including a screening of Before The Flood presented by Leonardo Di Caprio.
Baxters Loch Ness Marathon
Inverness Ice Centre, Sept 23
An opportunity for all kinds of runners – from full marathon to Wee Nessie – and a Sports Expo and cafe for hingers-on!
Loud Poets – To Infinity And Beyond
Netherbow Theatre, Edinburgh, Sept 21
Loud Poets bring you their monthly showcase of the UK’s top spoken word talent – inclusive, funny and at times heart-wrenching poetry for the masses
Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.
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