February 4, 2018

King’s Theatre Edinburgh I Pressure

February 13 – 17

D-DAY, June 5th 1944. 350,000 lives depend on the most important weather forecast of all time. Pressure, the acclaimed play by David Haig, is the remarkable real-life tale of two warring Allied meteorologists tasked with predicting the weather conditions for the D Day landings.

Glasgow Botanic Gardens I Mystical Gardens

February 15 – 25

Glasgow Botanic Gardens presents Mystical Gardens, an illuminated trail showcasing the diverse beauty of the gardens at night through stunning lighting, powerful soundscapes, fire performance and interactive street theatre. 

Dundas Street Gallery I Denis Ribas

February 18 – 22

After an absence of two years, the French/Catalan landscape artist Denis Ribas returns to the Dundas Street Gallery. Ribas’ depictions of Provence are often compared to the work of Vincent van Gogh, with their vigorous brush strokes, bold colours and multiple layers. Like the Impressionist school, he paints only outdoors, without retouching his work in the studio.

&Gallery I Bound : Unbound

Until February 28

The members of bound : unbound come from a variety of disciplines: all five artists come together through the medium of the book.

Fraser Gallery I Sam MacDonald & Kirsty Lorenz

Ongoing

Fraser Gallery in St Andrews welcomes two new artists! Both Sam MacDonald and Kirsty Lorenz are Scottish born artists whose work is very different and yet both draw on very different aspects of their living environments.

Tatha Gallery I Norman Gilbert

Until February 17

Tatha Gallery opens 2018 with a solo exhibition of extraordinary paintings by 91 year old artist Norman Gilbert.