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Ryder Cup Gala opening

See a fantastic mix of contemporary music and Scottish talent to celebrate the arrival of The Ryder Cup in Scotland...

Comics, quizzes and cosplay at Glasgow Comic Con 2014

If the words “jings”, “crivens” and “help ma Boab” mean anything to you, you’ll know that comics have been an important...

Queen's Baton Relay: 20 – 23 June

After almost a week of travelling around Scotland’s southern parts, the Queen’s Baton is well on its way home to...

Quirky tales from Scotland's pubs and bars

In Scotland, a trip to the pub often involves more than just a drink and a chat: it can mean...

Star athletes competing in Glasgow ahead of the XX Commonwealth Games

In just under six weeks, the venues of the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will be filled with the cacophony...

Catch Frankie Boyle, Eleanor Catton and many more at Glasgow’s Aye Write! Book Festival

  Aye Write! – perhaps the best-named of all the Scottish book festivals – returns to Glasgow’s Mitchell Library on...

Scotland's Puppet Animation Festival turns 30

Scotland’s Puppet Animation Festival has been delighting kids from the Scottish Borders to Shetland for exactly three decades now, making...

Who Do You Think You Are? Live! comes to Scotland

If you have ever seen Who Do You Think You Are? on the TV, then if you’re anything like me,...

Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month, an international celebration of all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and more. This year, as...

Art installations to light up the February nights

With the days slowly starting to get longer, it seems that some artists are keen to make the most of...

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