The venue pushes the boat out from today to Monday with a programme of performance, film and music. The latter is headlined by We Were Promised Jetpacks, who play on Sunday night, and the film programme is in the hands of Scotland's curly kilted cineaste and alumnus of Stirling University, Mark Cousins. Theatre includes the venues regular partners Shona Reppe, Frozen Charlotte and Johnny McKnight with his Random Accomplice company. Three event passes, which exclude the Jetpacks show, are £15 and £10 for the under-26.
l Musician Carol Laula and dancer Judy Fielding lead four days of music, drama, dance and storytelling at Glasgow's City Halls from October 15. Learn how to write your own music and create your own dance and theatre pieces. The project will culminate with an informal performance on the last day. Let's Make the Music and Dance is for ages 7-12 and costs £24.
l Summerhall in Edinburgh has just published its first non-Fringe programme with exhibitions and events during October and November themed on the connection between music and visual art. A show of the photographs of Johnny Cash by Jim Marshall, who had unparalleled access to the singer over a 10-year period opens on Sunday, as does an exhibition of 13 of Barry Feinstein's images of Bob Dylan on his contentious 1966 tour, the "Judas" year. Another gallery space shows posters from punk-rock politics, including Rock Against Racism and Anti-Nazi League events.
l Veteran rock and blue-eyed soul singer Terry Reid is at the Green Hotel, Kinross, on October 12 and 13 for one of his regular Mundell Music gigs. The man who is cited by the likes of Robert Plant and Roger Daltrey as the UK's finest vocalist has a special guest: chart-topper Rumer.