The Cannae Miss List: March 16 – 22

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


Adam Smith Food Festival

Kirkcaldy, March 17.

A celebration of local food and drink with demonstrations, talks and tastings. Read More.


Aye Write!

Mitchell Library, Glasgow. March 15 – 25

Celebrate Scottish and international writers at Glasgow’s Book Festival, Aye Write!  Read more.



Shetland Schools Music Festival

Various venues, March 12-16.

Annual showcase of the skills and talents of the islands’ young musicians. Read More.


Neil Gow Festival

Dunkeld, March 16-18.

This annual event was established in 2004 to celebrate the life and music of Perthshire’s fiddle legend. Read More.


Twenty Fingers On A Piano

Swallow Theatre, Whithorn, March 16.

Duo B!zart are Belgian pianists Andre Roe and Geoffrey Baptiste present a concert designed for 5 to 10-year-olds. Read More.


Borders Art Fair

Springwood Hall, Kelso, March 16-18.

Over 50 stands representing over 60 high- quality visual artists and showcasing the best of the Borders and beyond. Read More.



Crieff Choral

Crieff Parish Church, March 18. An evening of music by Franz Schubert conducted by Peter Rutterford. Read more.


Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.