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Things to do Places to go
Charlotte Square Gardens, Edinburgh. Edinburgh International Book Festival - the world’s largest public celebration of the written word with hundreds of author events, debates and workshops. Visit www.edbookfest.co.uk for further details, today until August 31.
Inverlochy Castle, near Torlundy, Fort William. Lochaber Agricultural Show, 9.30am-5pm, Saturday.
Bellabeg Park, Strathdon. Lonach Highland Gathering and Games, noon-6pm, Saturday.
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, Kinnaird Head, Fraserburgh. Re-enacting the Castle – Historic Scotland interpreters talk about the Fraser Family, 10am-5pm, Saturday.
Duthie Park, Aberdeen. Clydesdale Horse Show, 10am-5pm, Saturday; Aberdeen Pony Show, 10am-6pm, Sunday.
Milltimber Bieldside Cults Festival. Fun Dog Show, stalls, calligraphy, model trains, clog and square dancers plus coffee morning Outreach Centre, Cults, 10am-noon and 2-4.30pm, Saturday; Art Exhibition, Newton Dee, Milltimber, 10am-5pm, Saturday and Sunday; Sponsored walk or run along old railway track in aid of Grampian Osteoporosis Trust (phone 01224 898021 for further details). Registration, Former Cults Railway Station), 9-11am; Calligraphy and model trains, tea and coffee, Outreach Centre, Cults, 2-4pm, Sunday.
Hazlehead Park, Aberdeen. DAWGS Family Fun Day featuring dog agility, dog displays, trade and charity stalls, noon-4pm, Sunday.
Heathfield Park, Grantown. Highland Games, 11am-5.30pm, Sunday.
Blairbeg Park, Drumnadrochit. Glenurquhart Highland Gathering and Games, from 10.30am, Saturday.
Various Venues. Edinburgh International Festival featuring the finest creators and performers from the worlds of the arts. Phone 0131 473 2099/0131 473 2000 or visit www.eif.co.uk for further details, today until September 6.
The Arches, Argyle Street. Alien Wars – an interactive total reality adventure similar to the Aliens films. For 15 minutes you are taken on foot, in a group, through a maze of smoke filled corridors, intermittent lighting, research facilities and lift systems trying to avoid the indescribable. Instead of watching the film - you're in it! Phone 0870 240 7528 for further information; 0870 240 7528 to book or visit www.thearches.co.uk, 2.30-10pm, today, tomorrow and Monday until Wednesday; noon-10pm, Saturday and Sunday until August 31.
Marryat Hall. Burns and Harris Craft Fair with demonstrations throughout the day and an opportunity to purchase many of the products from suppliers, 10am-6pm, Wednesday.
St Andrew’s Church, Alford. Open Day with small art exhibition and refreshments, 10.30am-4pm, today.
St Ninian’s Church Hall, Nairn. Coffee Morning, 10am, today.
Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve, near Aboyne. WalkDeeside Guided Walk. Phone 013398 80081 for further details, 10am-1pm, today.
Tarland. Pittenderich Guided Walk with WalkDeeside. Phone 013398 80081 for further details, 10am-1pm, tomorrow.
Free Church Hall, Millbank Road, Thurso. Thurso Horticultural Society Annual Show, 6-9pm, tomorrow.
Alford Public Hall. Alford Bowling Club Prize Bingo. Families and children welcome, 7pm for 7.30pm, tomorrow; Donside Camera Club Exhibition and Coffee Morning, 10am-2pm, Saturday.
Church of Scotland, Castle Street, Dingwall. Centenary Flower Festival, 10am-4pm, tomorrow and Saturday.
McManus Collections Unit, Barrack Street, Dundee. Guided tours. Phone 01382 432364 for further details and to book, 11am and 2pm, tomorrow and Saturday.
Ross Crombie Hall, The Courtyard, Ashgrove House, Foresterhill Road, Aberdeen. Tea Cosy - alternative art, craft and design fair with tea, cakes and music, 5-8pm, tomorrow; 10am-4.30pm, Saturday.
Keith and Dufftown Railway. Phone 01343 870429 (today)/01340 821181 (tomorrow until Sunday) or visit www.keith-dufftown-railway.co.uk for train times from 11.25am, tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday. Try your hand at driving a diesel shunter, 1-2pm, Sunday.
Dunnottar Church, Stonehaven. Sale with tables, silent auction, trails, home baking, tea and coffee, 2-4pm, Saturday.
HM Theatre, Aberdeen. One-hour tour. Book in person at Music Hall, HM Theatre or phone 01224 641122, 10.30am, Saturday.
Nairn Community Centre. Nairn and District Flower Show with craft work and home cooking, 1-4pm, Saturday.
Fraserburgh Fire Station. Car Wash in aid of Broch Seals Swimming Club, 10am-4pm, Saturday.
Newhills Church, Kepplehills Road, Bucksburn, Aberdeen. Fun Day, from 11am, Saturday.
Ferrycroft Centre, Lairg. Bat Walk with Highland Council Countryside Ranger. Phone 01549 402638 for further details, 8.30-10pm, Saturday.
Central Park, Dyce. Dyce Rotary Family Fun Day and Parade, 1-5pm, Saturday.
Eday Gardens, Aberdeen. Fun Day, noon-4pm, Saturday.
Royal British Legion, Nairn. Royal Air Force Association Nairn Branch Coffee Morning, 10am, Saturday.
Skene Church. Skene Guild Flower Festival, 10am-4pm, Saturday; 2-4pm, Sunday; Aberdeen Gospel Choir Concert, 6.30pm, Sunday.
Lhanbryde Community Centre. Gala Day, noon-4pm, Sunday.
Victoria Hall, Ballater. Focus Craft and Design Fair, 10.30am-4.30pm, Sunday.
Cannich Village Hall, near Drumnadrochit. Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm, Sunday.
Fraserburgh College Car Park. Charity Car and Bike Cruise in aid of RNID, 6-10pm, Sunday.
Seaforth Club, Nairn. Vegetable Show, from 1pm, Sunday; Caroline’s Tombola in aid of Nairn Ceilidh Group, 7.30pm, Monday.
HM Theatre, Aberdeen. Quadrophenia, 7.30pm, tonight; 5.30pm and 8.30pm, tomorrow and Saturday.
Dundee Rep Theatre. The Little Shop of Horrors, 7.30pm, tonight and tomorrow; 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Saturday.
Kames and District Recreation Club, Tighnabruaich, Argyll. Mull Theatre present Island Nights Entertainments - theatre, storytelling, song, verse, music and dance, 7.30pm, tonight. Also at Rothesay Pavilion, Isle of Bute, 8pm, tomorrow; Cove Burgh Hall, Argyll, 8pm, Saturday; Coll Village Hall, 7.30pm, Monday; An Talla, Isle of Tiree, 7.30pm, Wednesday.
Aberdeen Arts Centre. Wayward Theatre presents A Chorus Line, 7.30pm, tonight until Saturday; Aberdeen Creative Theatre present Return to the Forbidden Planet, Wednesday until August 29.
Castle Fraser, near Sauchen. Outdoor Theatre: Illyria present Mowgli Stories (take a picnic). Phone 0844 493 2164 for further details and to book, 7-10pm, tomorrow.
Perth Theatre. Caledon – Alan Beck, Jamie MacDougall and Ivan Sharpe along with Musical Director Michael Barnett mix traditional favourites with contemporary Scottish classics, 7.30pm, tomorrow; The Elvis Collection starring Billy J McGregor, 8pm, Saturday.
Musa Art and Music Cafe, Exchange Street, Aberdeen. Chemical Callum, 8.15pm, tonight; Blyde Lassies, 8.15pm, tomorrow; Michael Janetta and Laura Henry, 8.15pm, Saturday.
Blackfriars, Inverness. Blue Belly, 9.30pm, tonight; Broomielaw, 9.30pm, tomorrow; B.I.R.O, 9.30pm, Saturday; Ceilidh Night with Dougie and Michael, 9.30pm, Monday and Wednesday.
Blue Lamp, Aberdeen. Aberdeen Blues Club: Alvin Youngblood and The Gerry Jablonski Blues Project, from 8.15pm, tomorrow.
Red Shoes Theatre, Elgin. Friday Night Live. Phone 01343 548614 for further details, 5-7pm, tomorrow.
Portmahomack Hotel. Live music, 9pm, tomorrow.
Heugh Hotel, Stonehaven. Stonehaven Folk Club: Wendy Arrowsmith. All welcome, 8.30pm, tomorrow.
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. Friday Live with the best of local blues and folk singers, from noon; Edinburgh’s Orkestra del Sol, 8pm, tomorrow; Scottish Cultures and Traditions session featuring Eddus, Hepburn and Leith, from 12.30pm, Saturday.
Eden Court, Inverness. Mairearad Green, 4pm, Saturday.
The Rusty Nail, Aberdeen. Johnny Carr and The Cadillacs, 9.30pm, Saturday.
Grantown Grammar School. Highland Chamber Orchestra, 7.30pm, Saturday.
Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, Kinnaird Head, Fraserburgh. Night at the Light: USA folk group Hogeye Navvy, 6.30-8pm, Saturday.
Ironworks, Inverness. Michael Jackson Tribute Night, Saturday.
Woodend Barn, Banchory. Michael Marra. Tickets from 01330 825431 or online at www.woodendbarn.co.uk, 8pm, Saturday; Spooky Men Chorale – one of Australia’s most talented and whacky choirs (tickets as above), 7.30pm, Wednesday.
Strathpeffer Pavilion. Highland Chamber Orchestra, 3pm, Sunday; Caledon, 8pm, Wednesday.
Red Shoes Theatre, Elgin. Moray Jazz Club, 8-10.30pm, tonight.
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. Phil Bancroft Quartet, 8pm, tonight.
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen. Belhaven Sunday Jazz, from noon, Sunday.
Glen Mhor Hotel, Inverness. Ness River Rhythm Kings play jazz from the 20’s and 30’s, 9-11pm, Tuesday.
The Tunnels, Aberdeen. The Vivians, Kashmir Red and Vesuvian, 8pm, tonight; The Fire + 1, 4 Star Sunday, Erroll Street Invitational followed by The Indo Silver Club, from 8pm, tomorrow; Talkshow, Amy Sawers and Redfoot The Fence followed by Bliss (Tech House and Electro) Night, from 7.30pm, Saturday; Shotgun Dawn, Downfall and guests, 8pm, Sunday.
Cafe Drummond, Aberdeen. Blues Night with Blues Deluxe, 10pm, tonight; The Hidden Masters (ex The Needles), Echo Red and Dead Heirs, 8pm, tomorrow; Ska Night with Root System and The Catch 22’s, 9pm, Saturday; Omerta, More Than A Joke, Corpses, Kchgh, Grader and Clearer the Sky, 6pm, Sunday; Open Mic, 10pm, Wednesday.
Cellar 35, Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen. Oscillations – 60s music with DJS Psychedelic Jim and The Pulverisor spinning garage, psych, soul, ska, beat and other sounds of the period, 8pm-1am, Saturday.
Royal British Legion, Nairn. Nairn Ceilidh Group Summer Ceilidh with Inver Ross Accordion and Fiddle Orchestra, 8-11pm, tonight.
Grantown Grammar School. Scottish Country Dance with Colin Dewar, 8pm, tomorrow.
Station Hotel, Stonehaven. Stonehaven and District Country Music Club: Whiskey River. Social, line and partner dancers welcome. Phone 01569 740600 to book a table, 8.30pm, Saturday.
North Kessock Community Hall, Black Isle. Social Dance with Willie Simpson, 8pm-midnight, Saturday.
Memorial Hall, Dufftown. Old Time Dance Monthly Social, 7.30pm, Wednesday.
The Lime Tree Gallery, Achintore Road, Fort William. My Heart Is In The Highlands by Horatio McCulloch, 9am-9pm, today until Wednesday.
Duff House, Banff. On the Edge of Buchan – Part 2 by one of Scotland’s best-loved contemporary painters John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo); Homecoming Scotland, 11am-5pm, today until August 30.
Monymusk Arts Centre. Dunecht Art Class, 10am-4pm, today until September 4.
Tore Art Gallery, Black Isle. Fresh As Paint by Clare Blois and Christine O’Keeffe, 10.30am-4.30pm, today until Sunday, Monday and Wednesday.
Moray Art Centre, The Park, Findhorn. Sound of Sleat Shadows by Jon Schueler, 10am-5pm, today until Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday until August 29..
Kilmorack Gallery, Beauly. Summer Show, 11am-5.15pm, today until Saturday and Monday until Wednesday.
The Castle Gallery, Inverness. Mixed Summer Exhibition, 9am-5pm, today until Saturday and Monday until Wednesday.
Bridge View, North Esplanade West, Aberdeen. Glasgow Group Annual Show, 9am-6pm, today, tomorrow, Saturday and Monday until Wednesday.
Musa Art and Music Cafe, Exchange Street, Aberdeen. Homecoming Exhibition – textile work by Jill Blackwood; Kilts by Malcolm Cruickshank; Paintings by Angela Thouless, Caty Leveque and Andrew Fisher; Silver by Beverly Hutton Moore, 10am-11pm, today, tomorrow, Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Inchmore Gallery, near Inverness. Do Write Soon: Letters from the First World War; New Work by Allie Macdonald, 10am-5pm, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Groam House Museum, Rosemarkie. George Bain - Games and Gatherings, 10am-5pm, today until Saturday and Monday until Wednesday; 2-4.30pm, Sunday.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum, Viewfield Road, Aberdeen. Afghanistan Exhibition – illustrating the experiences of Scottish soldiers in Afghanistan, 130 years apart, 10am-4.30pm, today, tomorrow, Saturday, Tuesday and Wednesday; 12.30-4.30pm, Sunday.
The Tolbooth Museum, Castle Street, Aberdeen. Coming to Aberdeen – exploring the fascinating and varied guides to Aberdeen that have been issued since the 19th century. Phone 01224 621167 for opening times, today until Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Nairn Museum. Exhibition of themed cigarette cards dating from 1890-1939 with audio visual displays and a working model railway to guide visitors around the exhibits, 10am-4.30pm, today, tomorrow and Monday until Wednesday; 10am-1pm, Saturday.
Provost Skene’s House, Guestrow, Aberdeen. Crombie: The Story of a Textile Mill, 10am-5pm, today, tomorrow, Saturday and Monday until Wednesday.
Insch Connection Museum, Insch Railway Station. Insch Connections Abroad, 1.30-5pm, Sunday and Wednesday.
High Street, Dornoch. Continental Market, 9am-5.30pm, today until Saturday.
Neil Ross Square, Ellon. Farmers’ Market, 8.15am-12.30pm, Saturday.
Kirkhill Primary School, near Inverness. Village Market, 10am-noon, Saturday.
Kinross. 10am-4pm, Sunday.
CAR BOOT SALES
Huntly Mart. Plus indoor and outdoor market stalls,10am-4pm, tomorrow.
St Clement’s School Car Park, Dingwall. 8am-1pm, Saturday.
Elgin Auction Centre. Plus crafts and lots more, 10am-4pm, Saturday.
Meadows Nursing Home, Dornoch. Plus Summer Fete, 2-4pm, Saturday.
Staff Car Park, Baxters Highland Village, Fochabers. In aid of Children In Need. Phone 01343 820666 for further details and to book a place, from 9am, Saturday.
Thainstone Centre, Inverurie. Plus indoor and outdoor market stalls, 9am-4pm, Sunday.
The Glenfiddich Distillery. Artists in Residence Summer Exhibition, 12.30-5.30pm, today until Sunday.
The Cafe Bar, Belmont Cinema, Aberdeen. Paintings influenced by the coastal landscape by Eilidh MacAskill, 1-9pm, today until Wednesday.
Satrosphere Science Centre, Constitution Street, Aberdeen. BBC’s Walking with Beasts – the science behind the epic series and the amazing creatures of this epic time with giant life-size woolly mammoths, sabre-tooth cats and terror birds, among many others, plus fun interactive touch-screen games and quizzes, 10am-5pm, today until Wednesday.
Sensation Science Centre, Greenmarket, Dundee. Wallace and Gromit Animated Adventures – a fascinating insight into animation and a chance to create your own cartoon wonders in a series of fun workshops, 10am-5pm, today until Wednesday.
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