27th April 7:30pm
Indie band “Broken Records” return with their realise of their 4th album ‘What We Might Know’. supported by “The little kicks” and “The cobalts”.
£9 if booked in advance, £11 on the door or £6 if you have a young scot card.
20th April- 7th May
Glasgow International is Scotland’s largest festival for contemporary art, celebrating everything arty. being a unique event in the European cultural calander, its one you dont want to miss!
various venues in glasgow.
26th April- 6th May
celebrating everything Scottish, come and soak up some Scottish traditions. Dancing, singing, performing and crafts what more could you want? ohh and a fire festival!
various venues in edinburgh.
14th April @ 2-3:30pm
Grandad and me is a moving story about a young girl who has lost her grandfather, the story follows her as she finds her grandads objects and uses her imagination to follow his footsteps on a magical adventure through time and space. written by Jon Bishop, for 5 years +
£8 tickets at the macroberts stirling.
7th and 8th April
Royal highland centre, Ingliston
Enjoy a weekend walking around the Royal Highland centre looking at all kinds of beautiful bikes!
there will be demonstrations, food and endless amounts of bikes!
£13.85 if booked now, will be more on the day.
23rd April @ 7:30-10pm
Mugdock Country Park Cinema club, Milngavie
Enjoy the classic American romantic comedy “Holiday”, staring Cary Grant and Kathrine Hepburn. Go a bit earlier and enjoy a lovely, chilled out drink and food at Charlie’s Theatre Cafe Bar before hand. Or if its still light enough, go for a wee wonder around and see the lovely country park.