Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

The Snow White classic returns to Glasgow, led by Scottish comedian Greg McHugh – better known as Gary: Tank Commander. McHugh is joined by Emmy winning comedian and actress Doon Mackichan as the Wicked Queen and River City stars Leah MacRae and Frances Thorburn. Taking the stage of the SEC Armadillo, the show is packed full of magic, comedy, special effects and show-stopping performances.

December 30 and 31

Tickets from £18.75

SEC Armadillo, Scottish Event Campus Exhibition Way, Glasgow City Centre, G3 8YW

Hogmanay at Sloans

Bring in the new year at one of Glasgow’s oldest pubs. Head down to Hogmanay at Sloans to celebrate the end of the year in style – strut your stuff at the ceilidh in the Grand Ballroom or enjoy party classics courtesy of their resident DJ on the first floor. Sit down for a three-course meal, complete with a half bottle of wine before heading to dance the night away.

December 31 from 7pm-2am

Tickets from £80

Sloans, 108 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8BG

Red Hot Highland Fling

This year's Red Hot Highland fling follows a similar approach to the successful 2018 event, bringing together local revellers and those from further afield. After first playing in 2013, Dorec-a-belle return to kick off the night. Award-winning folk rock band Torridon will be there to end the night, playing through the bells into 2020. Headliners of the evening Skippinish will be celebrating their 20th anniversary year and after selling out venues including the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall will ensure a ‘red hot’ highland fling.

December 31 from 8pm – 12.30am


Northern Meeting Park, Bishop’s Road, Inverness, IV3 5

Torchlight Procession

Take part in Edinburgh Hogmanay’s torchlight procession on Monday and blaze through Edinburgh alongside pipers and drummers as the procession makes its way through the heart of the Old Town. Culminating in Holyrood Park where all torchbearers come together to form an image of two people shaking hands which will be captured from the air and broadcast around the world. This family friendly event is sure to be an unforgettable.

December 30 from 7pm

Tickets from £14

North Bridge, St Giles Street or South Bridge starting points, Edinburgh

Hogmanay in the Sky

Football fans and non-football fans alike will enjoy bringing in the new year at Tynecastle, complete with a great view of Edinburgh’s famous fireworks display. When guests arrive outside the Main Stand Reception, they will be greeted by a piper alongside fizz and canapes being served. Guests will then be escorted to the top floor for a four-course meal in their new Skyline Lounge. There will be live music from Brian Le Vell throughout the night before heading onto the roof terrace to watch the fireworks before heading inside for more live music to close out the night.

December 31 from 7pm -2am

Tickets from £105

Tynecastle Park, McLeod Street, Edinburgh West, EH11 2NL

New Years Dook

A tradition apparently handed down by the fisher folk of Broughty Ferry, the traditional New Years Day Dook dates back to 1891. The dook has never been cancelled no matter the weather, and in 1989 the ice had to be broken with pick axes. The event has only grown over the years, attracting over 300 Dookers and 3000 spectators and this year is sure to be no exception.

January 1 at 3.30pm


Broughty Ferry Harbour, Broughty Ferry, Dundee, DD5

The Little Mermaid

The much beloved Disney film takes the stage of the Tivoli Theatre. Join the Little Mermaid on an underwater adventure. Alongside her friend Crab-Stick and under the guidance of her father, they’ll need to help the Little Mermaid find her feet and avoid the dark powers of the evil Ursula. Bursting with sparkles, glitter and laughter – it’s sure to be a favourite among the whole family.

December 30 – January 5

Tickets from £13

The Tivoli Theatre, 34-48 Guild Street, Aberdeen, AB11 6NB

Hogmanay at North Street

St Andrews Brewing Co is bringing Hogmanay to the small seaside town in a big way. Tickets include six drinks tokens, an appetiser buffet, dessert bar, live DJ and so much more. Across the screens throughout the bar, they’ll be showing the Hogmanay Street Party in Edinburgh while the DJ plays hits from the decade into the night. Earlier in the evening, they’re throwing a Kids’ Hogmanay Party for children 12 and under to have their chance to ring in the bells too.

December 31 from 4pm

Tickets from £25

St Andrews Brewing Co, 119 North Street, St Andrews, KY16 9AD

Ceilidh under the Castle

Set under the watchful eye of Edinburgh Castle, join hands with friends old and new to welcome in the new year with a full ceilidh band and plenty of locally sourced food and drink. The evening’s soundtrack will be provided by three superb ceilidh bands: Sleekit Besties, Skyte! And Cool Ceol Ceilidh Band. When midnight arrives, you can marvel in Edinburgh’s famous fireworks display.

December 31 at 8.30pm

Tickets from £65

Enter via the grounds of St Cuthbert’s Parish Church, 5 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, EH1 2EP

Hogmanay at the Old Course

For something extra-special this Hogmanay, the Old Course Hotel is hosting their Black Tie Gala Ball. The evening features a six-course meal, alongside live music and stunning views of the West Sands fireworks display. If you play on sticking around, it’s worth booking in for New Year’s Day Lunch or Jazz Carvery. Both come with a glass of fizz on arrival and a delicious selection of food to get stuck into.

December 31 – January 1

Tickets from £36.50 per person

The Old Course Hotel, Old Station Road, St Andrews, Scotland, KY16 9SP