Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Traverse Theatre and Grid Iron present Jury Play, turning Traverse One into a Court of Law. A jury will be selected from the audience (you can opt out if you want to!) for an interact play exploring the role of the jury in a murder case. Runs October 3 – 7.
All Or Nothing
The smash hit musical theatre sensation celebrating the sound of The Small Faces is coming to Dundee Repetory Theatre from October 5 – 7, featuring the band’s timeless hits Itchypoo Park, Lazy Sunday and, of course, All or Nothing.
The Fort William Mountain Festival Minifest is on Saturday, October 7, giving visitors a glimpse of what’s to come in the main event in February. It promises to be a film night to inspire and enthral, suitable for all ages.
Scotland’s Festival Village welcomes a new line-up for autumn at the Craigdarroch Arms, opening with Canadian bluegrass and indie singer songwriter Sarah Jane Scouten – back by popular demand on Sunday, October 8.
A Hero Remembered
At the Wallace Monument across the first two weekends in October, costumed actors will provide an insight into the life of William Wallace with performances entitled A Hero Remembered. You can also catch additional performances of the popular Scotland’s National Hero.
Biggar Science Festival
Across Saturday, October 7, sees an all ages family day of interactive experiments and workshops, held in various venues around Biggar town centre. On Sunday, October 8, the science fest continues, with outdoor activities in Carmichael, and music in Biggar.