What's On Locally in February

4/02/2017 @ 8PM
Traditional scots fiddle playing and some amazing harmonious singing. 4 girls from Orkney
Tolbooth Theatre, Stirling
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4/02/2017 @ 10am to 4pm
‘Introduction to greenwood working’
Workshop day learning about green wood and making something to take away.
Green Aspirations Scotland, Tir Na Nog, Balfron
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16/02/2017 & 23.2.17  @ 2-4pm
‘The Stories of Art’
Lectures starting with Pop and Dada and how it influenced Scottish artists like Joan Eardley.
Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Stirling
£6 per lecture
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February and March.
Scottish Snowdrop festival runs through February and March. This wonderful wee flower blankets swaths of ground and the closest place to visit them en masse is at Gargunnock House. They open their doors to let visitors appreciate them. It’s 25 mins from here and is free. And at Duntreath Castle, 30 mins from Lochend. But they are truly amazing up at Cambo Gardens in the East Neuk of Fife. You could make a day out, visit St Andrews and then work your way back along the East Neuk, a really well preserved coastline with Cambs Gardens 10 minutes from St Andrews.
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24/02/2017 @ 8pm
‘Rose Room’
Gypsy influenced jazz, fabulously funky, hugely talented Scottish group
Tolbooth Theatre, Stirling
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15th-26th February @ various times
‘Glasgow Film Festival’
Fabulous array of films in my favourite cinema in Scotland
Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow
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27th February @ 6pm
‘Kings of Leon’
Have loved them since the beginning! when they looked like Lynyrd Skynyrd!!
SSE Hydro, Glasgow
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