Reflections on Celts is a partnership tour between National Museums Scotland and the British Museum featuring two Iron Age mirrors, which tell very different stories, and help us to understand the relationships between communities in Britain 2,000 years ago.
The Rotary Club of Dunfermline Carnegie in association with Belles, The Glass Slipper and Chic Pea Funds raised for: • Seal Association • Dunfermline Advocacy • Fife Young Carers • Fighting Chance Project Doors open 6.45 for refreshments and shopping. Fashion Show will start 7.45
The exhibition introduces two major acquisitions to Dundee’s collection, the result of two significant but very different partnerships.
Discover takes over Stratford Library with Gareth P. Jones, award-winning author of the Thornthwaite twins series, on Thursday 27 October.
High Wire Adventure in the DARK at Nevis Range - Come along and join our high wire ropes course sessions in the dark! A great night for kids and adults!
Sample and learn about pairing Wine with Cheese at Cambridgeshire Wine School - suitable for everyone from beginners to connoisseurs. Taste 7 wines and 7 artisan cheeses locally sourced.
A Ranger-led walk, over easy ground. To recover/improve fitness & well-being. Booking not required
Inverness Ice Centre, Grand Re-Opening Inverness Ice Centre is all set for official grand re-opening after £700,000 upgrade The Inverness Ice Centre has undergone an extensive refurbishment which will ensure that the leading North ice sport venue offers the best possible facilities to continue to nurture Olympic, Paralympic, World and European champions of the future.
Charlie Landsborough, award-winning UK artist, heads out on his only UK tour this year playing songs from his 28 album career.
As part of The Portskerra Storytelling International Festival, local storyteller Alexandria Patience presents “Stories from here and there” – a mix of traditional Scottish stories given an extra twist with live original music by Donald McNeill.