The battle took place on September 9, 1513, when James IV led a Scottish army into Northumberland, where they were met by an English force.
The programme at the castle culminates in a signature event, After Flodden - Commemoration And Coronation, on September 21 and 22.
A series of interpretative performances mean audiences can witness James IV's wife Margaret Tudor receiving word of her husband's death, discussing her son, the new king, and reflecting on her ambitious brother Henry VIII.
There will also be a staging of the coronation of the infant King James V.
On September 22, the Scottish Chamber Choir will be performing a concert in the Castle's Great Hall with music by the 16th-century Scottish composers David Peebles, Andro Kemp and Robert Johnson, alongside the work of James MacMillan.
painter Jack Vettriano will be making a personal appearance at the Glasgow Film Theatre at the end of September to introduce one of his favourite films, Blue Velvet by David Lynch.
Mr Vettriano will be in conversation about the film and his other inspirations ahead of the screening in the first in a series of special events scheduled during the five-month run of the Vettriano retrospective at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow.
The exhibition runs from September 21 to February 23 next year.
AN exhibition of "invisible" art will go on display at Abertay University's Hannah Maclure Centre this week.
Proof - a collection of artworks created by multi-disciplinary artist Beatrice Haines - was inspired by the artist's residency in the university's forensic science department this summer.
Using techniques forensic scientists employ to piece together what has happened at the scene of a crime, Haines' exhibition brings the history of objects collected in and around Dundee back to life.
The exhibition includes sculptures, etchings, videos, and digital prints, as well as an installation in which the viewer has the chance to play detective, entering a darkened room with a torch and uncovering the "evidence".
One of the main attractions is a series of "invisible" drawings Haines has created, which will be revealed by the artist as the exhibition progresses.
These will be pieced together each day to create one large work of art that will only become truly visible at the end of the exhibition.
It runs from tomorrow to September 2.