The Great Tapestry of Scotland visitor centre in Galashiels is currently home for two panels from artist Grayson Perry’s The Essex House Tapestries: The Life of Julie Cope.
Edinburgh’s Art & Craft Collective is mounting an exhibition of paper sculpture and calligraphy by Panna Chauchan.
Gallery 2 in Kilmarnock’s programme of displays continues with the focus on accomplished painters such as David Taylor, Lynn Broadley and many more.
A Spring of Four Seasons is the name of an exhibition of top-rate artists at Glasgow Gallery.
Based on the best-selling novel of this century by Dan Brown (over 100 million copies sold to date), The Da Vinci Code has been adapted into a fast-paced stage thriller.
Opera Bohemia, Scotland’s professional touring opera company, is currently on the road with Mozart’s comedy The Marriage of Figaro.
Edinburgh’s Capital Theatres are offering backstage tours of its Festival and King’s theatres.
After two years online the Edinburgh International Harp Festival is back live in its new home at George Watson’s College.
For their 30th anniversary production, Northern Broadsides bring their bold, refreshing production of As You Like It, Shakespeare’s most musical comedy, to the Perth Theatre.
Art and Ornament at Dalkeith Palace celebrates the tercentenary of the Baroque master carver Grinling Gibbons (1648-1721).