April 18, 2018
April 20 – July 1
Alex & Me is an intimate autobiographical account of a road trip from Toronto to New Orleans and then back north to New York – a broken love affair between a man and a woman.
April 20 – May 7
Rose Marcus’ first UK exhibition furthers the artist’s themes of public space and its intrinsic use of private experiences.
April 17 – May 7
This new solo commission of audio-visual and sculptural works by Glasgow-based Torsten Lauschmann takes its title from a war of words that broke out in 18th century Paris when an elitist French opera had to make way for a sudden wave of populist Italian opera.
Until May 4
Pat Kramek: West Side Glory at the Harbour Arts Centre in Irvine comprises a collection of paintings by the Ayrshire artist portraying the stunning Scottish west coast from the Outer Hebrides to the Rhins of Galloway.
Until May 5
One of the greatest American dramas of the 20th century, Eugene O’Neill’s hugely moving and personal Pulitzer Prize-winning Long Day’s Journey Into Night delves into the private lives and failings of a conflicted family, while revealing insights into his own upbringing.
Michael Palin CBE FRGS has been a force to reckon with in the world of entertainment and literature: a member of the wonderful Monty Python group, he is a comedian and actor, a BAFTA Award winner and BAFTA Fellow, a prolific writer and, as a travel documentary film maker, he has taken viewers around the world.