Edinburgh International Festival and Lothian Buses are teaming up to offer a Lowland Hall bus link to the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston during the festival. The Lowland Hall is the stage for three shows this year: 2008: Macbeth, Meine faire Dame – ein Sprachlabor, and Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir (Aurores). The bus leaves from George Street 90 minutes before the start of each performance.
Scottish folk music stars will come together for Undefeated: The Kenny Caird Testimonial at St Andrew's in the Square, Glasgow, on July 28. Caird, who died last week after a battle with cancer, was the organiser, promoter and master of ceremonies of the Star and New Dawn folk clubs in Glasgow. Two concerts will be staged, featuring artists including Dick Gaughan, pictured, Sheena Wellington, Ian Bruce and Ian Walker.
Called to the bar
AN exhibition of Adrian Wiszniewski's work has opened at Bar Gandolfi in Glasgow. The exhibition, in collaboration with Glasgow Print Studio, features a selection of the Scottish artist's etchings and screen prints.
Until August 15. www.glasgowprintstudio.co.uk
Stage is set
Gotcha!, a new one-man play from Charles Barron and Paul Hughson, comes to Aberdeen Arts Centre on Saturday. The play, which revolves around a traffic warden, deals with issues such as sectarianism and independence.
Just three week's training time remains until Arthur's Seat becomes the location for NVA's Speed of Light project during the Edinburgh International Festival. During the nightly performances the hill will be soundtracked by an electronic score created by participants. Runners will wear light suits and walkers will create the music through their movements.