Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Henry Jabbour, former medical researcher at Edinburgh University, realised his dream of becoming a painter in 2010 and now opens his first solo exhibition in Edinburgh’s Union Gallery on Saturday, March, with gallery mascot, Dennis the dog!
More than one hundred musicians will be onstage for this 40th anniversary event, performing a varied program of traditional music from Scotland and beyond in Eden Court Theatre, Inverness on Saturday, March 4.
Braemar Mountain Festival
Whatever your outdoor interest – from ski-touring to munro-bagging – you’re catered for in Braemar from March 3 – 5. Talks, workshops, food and live music are all hot on the extensive programme so click here to find out more.
The first exhibition in Scotland of work by Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger comes to Dundee Contemporary Arts and Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery simultaneously from March 4. Mark Wallinger Mark comprises paintings, sculptures and films.
Glasgow Comedy Festival
Thursday, March 9, sees the opening night of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, comprising a whopping 470 shows across 50 venues. For our top picks check out the Scots Magazine’s March issue, and for the full programme click here.
Mountain Minds Quiz
In Dundee’s Queen’s Hotel on Wednesday, March 8, test your knowledge of mountaineering in Scotland with a Mountain Minds quiz organised by mountain clubs in Dundee and Tayside. The Scots Mag are entering a team – can you beat us?
Variety Last Chance!
Allan Stewart’s Big, Big Variety Show at Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre closes on Saturday, March 4, and tickets are still available! Read our Wendy’s review of the show here, and snap up the last tickets here.