Milngavie Music Club

The Milngavie Music Club goes Nordic to kick-start the new year and the second half of their season with a concert of powerful music. Formed in 2006, the Engergård Quartet has become one of the most sought-after ensembles from Scandinavia, having performed successfully across Europe and America. The ensemble brings an exciting calling card from their native land with Grieg’s dramatic quartet, and close the show with another Nordic masterpiece, the only quartet composed by Finn Sibelius in his maturity, which promises to be intense and very personal.

February 14 at 7.30pm

Tickets from £14

Milngavie music club, 11 Buchanan Street, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8AW

Crime and Punishment in Medieval Scotland

With Edinburgh Castle as the backdrop for the story of Gilbert Savage, the Executioner: an Englishman, a prisoner of the Scots who is given the choice to kill or be killed. Dressed in black and equipped with the gruesome tools of his trade, including the ‘heading axe’, ropes and knives, the Executioner recounts the nature of crime and punishment during the Medieval times in Scotland.

February 10-13 at 11.15am, 12.15pm, 2pm and 3pm

Tickets included in normal admission price

Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NG

Conversations with Stacey Dooley

Stacey Dooley’s first stop on her 10-date tour will be Glasgow’s SEC Armadillo. Conversations with Stacey Dooley will see the journalist and previous Strictly winner share tales from her already remarkable career including the challenges of journalism in today’s political climate and constantly shifting media landscape. Now one of the BBC’s most popular younger broadcasters through her investigative documentary series, join her for a thought-provoking and informative evening.

February 10 from 6.30pm

Tickets from £19.85

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


Now in its 25th year, the multi-award winning West End show is taking the stage of the King's Theatre in Glasgow. The Buddy Holly Story is a feel-good show full of drama, passion and excitement, featuring a cast of talented actors and musicians. The show follows Buddy’s life, from his rise to fame to his last performance at The Surf Ballroom in Iowa and features two hours of arguably some of the greatest pop songs ever written including That’ll Be The Day and Shout along with many others.

February 11-15 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Tickets from £13

King's Theatre, 287 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JN


Organised by Aberdeen City Council, in partnership with arts producers Curated Place, Spectra returns for its fifth year to light up winter nights this February with an extraordinary experience of light and sound. Bringing together artists, thinkers, musicians and businesses to provide an all-round experience with interactive sculptures, architectural projections and experimental music, all inspired by this year’s theme of Scotland’s Coasts and Water.

February 13 -16 from 6pm-10pm


Aberdeen Streets, Aberdeen, AB1

North South East West

This exhibition of textile art is Sheila Dalgleish’s third solo show. The art reflects Sheila’s travels in Scotland and beyond, exploring the landscapes she has come across on her travels. Her fascination with the finer details as well as the wider perspective appears in a variety of ways in each piece of work. Her travels have taken her across Europe, from the Outer Hebrides, to Iceland, Greenland, Norway and the Netherlands and this exhibition focuses on travels from several years ago.

February 10 -15 from 10am-4pm


Dundas Street Gallery, 6A Dundas Street, Edinburgh New Town, EH3 6HZ

Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of)

Join Tron Theatre Company and Blood of the Young for a unique, colourful, all-female adaptation of the definitive rom-com Pride and Prejudice. The show tells the story of five vaguely familiar young women, all of whom have a story to tell. Overlooked and undervalued, these women can’t be the romantic lead in their own story so have to play a supporting role in someone else’s. Fighting over men, money and microphones, let the ruthless match-making commence.

February 10-15

Tickets from £14

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Grindlay Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9AX

Portrait of a Lady on Fire

The fourth feature from French writer-director Celine Sciamma, Portrait of a Lady on Fire won both the Queer Palm and Best Screenplay awards at last year’s Cannes Film Festival. The film explores the nature of hidden love, the power of the creative process and the sensuality of the gaze. Set in 18th century Brittany, the film follows the story of Marianne – an artist commissioned to paint a portrait of an Italian noblewoman’s daughter who must never know the nature of Marianne’s visits. Cinematographer Claire Mathon ensures that every scene in the film is full of promise.

February 14 from 8.15pm-10.17pm

Tickets from £7

Dundee Contemporary Arts, 152 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4DY

The Sound of Springsteen

Musical ability and a passion for the work of Bruce Springsteen led to the formation of The Sound of Springsteen in 2017. Each member of the eight-piece band brings their own unique ability as a performer and an undeniable love of music. The band members themselves boast impressive careers, with previous UK tours and recordings with big names in the music industry under their belts. Although only recently established, the band are showing signs of a successful career and have made it clear that their passion for Springsteen outweighs all others.

February 14 from 7.30pm

Tickets from £22

Albert Halls, Dumbarton Road, Stirling, FK8 2QL

Twist and Pulse

2020 marks the 10-year anniversary of dancing duo Twist and Pulse. To celebrate their Britain’s Got Talent win in 2019’s Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions, the boys embark on their first tour this month. Not only do they boast two top 3 Britain’s Got Talent finishes, they have also appeared on numerous TV shows and have won awards at the Great British Pantomime Awards. For your chance to see the British Champion of Champions, don’t miss their show at the SEC next week.

February 14 at 7pm

Tickets from £28.40

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