Now 112 years old, the King’s is in need of a major redevelopment to meet the needs of today’s audiences, and today’s performers, and to safeguard it for generations to come.
From January 17
Musicians from across the globe will take part in over 300 events in venues throughout Glasgow for the largest winter music festival of its kind and the UK’s premier celebration of Celtic music.
Billy Boyter, chef patron at Fife’s Michelin-starred The Cellar in Anstruther is changing things up at the restaurant this autumn by focusing on one amazing nine course menu.
From January 2019
Telling the story of an expeditionary team of scientists who become trapped in the frozen Arctic wastelands.
As the year draws to a close, what better way to celebrate new beginnings than by joining the festivities at The Lookout – an exciting partnership between Edinburgh restaurant The Gardener’s Cottage and Collective, the organisation that has redeveloped the City Observatory site on Calton Hill.
With spectacular views across the River Tay, Tatha Bar and Kitchen brings delicious family dining to Dundee’s waterfront.
Review: In this production, we join the protagonist in his later years, with Rebus riddled with COPD, unkempt and struggling to find any joy in his retirement – in short – the Rebus that fans of his novels have come to love.
Scotland’s best loved farm shop has put together a calendar of festive events this winter including a sparkling Christmas night market, the opportunity to take part in Christmas wreath making classes and Christmas party evenings in the Steak Barn.
The coveted Young British Foodies Chef of 2018 was awarded to Roberta Hall-McCarron, head chef at The Little Chartroom in Edinburgh.
Based on the Oscar winning film which famously starred Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, Bill Kenwright’s inaugural Classic Screen to Stage Theatre Company production of Rain Man is a marvel.
Until Oct 13 Review
Written exclusively for the stage by Ian Rankin and Rona Munro.
Until Nov 17
Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard a brand new production of the West End smash ‘Shakespeare in love’ comes to King’s Theatre Edinburgh
Until Feb 2 Review
Kevin Clifton will join the cast of the award-winning smash-hit musical “ROCK OF AGES” in the role of ‘Stacee Jaxx’ when this outrageous performance comes to Aberdeen’s His Majesty’s Theatre from Monday, January 28, 2019 until Saturday, February 2, 2019.
Bowhouse, East Fife’s most popular monthly food market, will provide everything you need for your winter larder with a series of markets in October, November and a special seasonal market in December.
Until Sept 23
A very special tribute to the music of David Bowie is set to be a highlight of Aberdeen’s True North festival, which takes place over the weekend of September 20-23.
The in-house restaurant, Westward, looks out over Loch Crinan towards the islands and is included in the 2018 Michelin Guide and has been awarded L’Assiette Michelin (The Michelin Plate)
Until Nov 24
Scottish Opera’s 2018/19 Season begins in October with Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto, a revival of the 2011 production by award-winning director Matthew Richardson and designer Jon Morrell.
They say the culture of a country is best reflected in its cuisines. True to his Italian heritage, Chef Nico Simeone is set to bring
Until March 15
Following his highly anticipated return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, award-winning comedian Justin Moorhouse will bring his brand new tour to The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen in March 2019.
until Aug 11
Based on Norwegian playwright’s Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts (1881), a revolutionary play that was known to challenge social stereotypes, Spectres is an elegant retelling of a bourgeois family’s unravelling, as their secretive pasts unfold.
Divino has unveiled a fabulous new menu created by talented Head Chef, Francesco Ascrizzi, reflecting the wide variety of styles and delicious flavours that are
A bold and ambitious project by Scottish Opera, and supported by Renfrewshire Leisure, created ‘Paisley’s Opera House’ for an awe inspiring production of Pagliacci.
Le Di Vin, the chic wine bar in Edinburgh’s Randolf place is the proud purveyor of a glorious selection of wines. The impressive wine display is understandably the focal point of this elegant bar, dominating the room aside a range of convivial seating areas, a few intimate corners and a magnificent mezzanine floor.
If you’re in the mood for pizza after a trip round Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Basta! is only a ten minute walk through the quirky neighbourhood of Partick.