What’s on locally in November 2019

Hand-picked local events, by the Lochend team, based on things we love!

Bonfire Night 
5th Nov Guy Fox night
There are a few local small firework displays with big bonfires but if you fancy a big spectacular display the best ones are in Bridge of Allan or at Callander House in Falkirk.
The bonfire is lit from 6:45 and fireworks start at 7:30. Tickets are £12 Family (2 adults, 3 children) / £5 adult / £2 child / £4 concession (student or senior) / 4 students for £12
The entertainment starts at 6:30 and the fireworks start at 7:30. Tickets are Free.

24-18th Nov @ various times
Dean country Park, Kilmarnock.
For it’s second year, Illuminight is lighting up Dean Castle for a few weeks to make the most out of the dark autumn nights.
Adults- £12 Kids- £6 Family- £33

25th oct – 10th Nov @ 5pm- 9.15pm 
Botanic Gardens, West End of Glasgow.
A Magical night with amazing lights and sounds that transport you to another world. With Byres road right next to it theres is plenty around to make a day and night out of it. 
Between £9 – £18 depending on day and age.

10am – 5pm until 12th Jan 2020
Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow.
A major retrospective photographic exhibition, which is curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney and features iconic names and moments in music from the 1960s along with more intimate and emotional later work by this acclaimed and prolific photographer.
Tickets are £5/£7.

23rd Nov 2019
The Engine shed, Stirling
A day to get hands on and learn what a big role timber has to play in the buildings in and around Scotland over the years. Learn how Crannogs and Stirling Castles great hall were made along with the skills and techniques to make them.