Joanna Zuchowska

Platform: Flutter

Until December 5

Flutter is an interactive, immersive performance for 2-6 year olds that combines puppetry, music and stunning visuals to create a multi-sensory performance for small hands.

Theatre Royal Glasgow: Wee Hansel and Gretel

A wee version of a big ballet, recommended for wee ones aged 3–8. This specially-adapted, hour long show is the perfect way for young families to discover the magic of ballet.

Dean Castle Country Park: Illuminight

Until November 18

Our last year’s favourite autumnal event of the year is BACK. Illuminight in partnership with Lidl this year offers a fantastic night out for the whole family, a romantic treat for a couple or a fun evening with a group of friends. 

King’s Theatre Glasgow: Shrek The Musical


Shrek The Musical based on the Oscar winning DreamWorks Animation film is back! This hilarious, engaging and spectacular production is currently showing at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow until October 6th. 

King’s Theatre Glasgow: Fame

Until August 4

Based on the 1980 pop culture film, Fame The Musical following the live of students at the New York High School for the Performing Arts as they navigate their way through studying, exploring their creativity and young love.


Until July 21

Wizard of Oz – THE BEYOND BROADWAY EXPERIENCE has come to King’s Theatre, Edinburgh. This fantastic adaptation, follows the huge success of The Beyond Broadway Experience in 2016 & 2017, the Wizard of Oz will have you dancing down the Yellow Brick Road all the way to the Emerald City with a twist.


June 29 – July 8

TRNSMT a music festival held in Glasgow is coming back this year, bigger than ever.

Theatre Royal Glasgow I Derren Brown: Underground

June 5 – June 9

Direct from the West End, the multi-award winning master of mind-control and psychological illusion returns to amaze, astonish and enthral audiences with his latest smash hit show.

Edinburgh International Film Festival

June 20 – July 1

The Edinburgh International Film Festival is an annual fortnight of cinema screenings and related events taking place each June. Established in 1947, it is the world’s oldest continually running film festival.

Zealous Emerge Craft Prize I Pinkie Maclure

Perthshire-based stained glass artist Pinkie Maclure has won the £1000 Zealous Emerge Craft Prize for her work, which reinvents the medieval art form to explore the madness of the modern world, through darkly humorous stories and wryly observed imagery.