Talks And Lectures events in Fife

View all the upcoming Talks And Lectures events taking place throughout Fife below or use the calendar to find events taking place on a specific month or date.

Events in Fife

Online Information Lecture:  A natural Path to health for body and soul through the teaching of Bruno Groening

Online Information Lecture: A natural Path to health for body and soul through the teaching of Bruno Groening

Selected dates between 12th April 2022 - 23rd September 2022
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This online lecture, is about a natural Path to health for body and soul through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
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What’s In Space?

What’s In Space?

19th May 2022

Join Astronomer Dr Anne-Marie Weijmans of the University of St Andrews in this interactive talk to look at planets, stars, satellites and all the other things that we can find in space.
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Graeme Hall The Dogfather - CANCELLED

Graeme Hall The Dogfather - CANCELLED

27th May 2022

The hugely popular and accomplished Graeme Hall (Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (very) badly) is bringing his wisdom, charm and puppy prowess to the Alhambra Theatre on 27th May!
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Women’s Day: The Maiden

Women’s Day: The Maiden

28th May 2022

Join us for a day celebrating women’s health including opportunities to learn and share about menstrual health, menstrual cycle awareness.
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Refugee Festival Scotland

Refugee Festival Scotland

17th June 2022 - 26th June 2022
Nationwide

Refugee Festival Scotland is back with a packed programme of events showcasing refugee arts and culture!
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The Parrish Times

The Parrish Times

21st October 2022

Former professional motorcycle and truck racer turned TV commentator and speaker/entertainer, Steve Parrish will share the uncut version of his hilarious biography The Parrish Times.
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An evening with Noel Fitzpatrick

An evening with Noel Fitzpatrick

18th November 2022

Noel Fitzpatrick returns to the stage this autumn with a brand-new show which will delight animal lovers of all ages and anyone who feels like they need some love, hope and healing in their lives!
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Day At Night: The Doris Day Songbook

Day At Night: The Doris Day Songbook

20th April 2023

A celebration of the life of Doris Day, featuring over 24 popular hits from the Doris Day Songbook, the songs interwoven with stories, anecdotes and facts about the life of this special lady.
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Francis Rossi - Tunes and Chat

Francis Rossi - Tunes and Chat

5th November 2023

Status Quo legend Francis Rossi is taking up his acoustic guitar to bring you a selection of well-known hits and some previously not-performed-live-before tunes.
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Events in East Renfrewshire

Events in Edinburgh and the Lothians

Spirits of the World

Spirits of the World

Selected dates between 22nd January 2022 - 26th November 2022

Book now and travel the world using just your tastebuds in this interactive tasting experience at Summerhall Drinks Lab!

Find out about Spirits of the World on What's On Edinburgh
Rum & Doughnuts

Rum & Doughnuts

Selected dates between 28th January 2022 - 23rd December 2022

Book your tickets now and spend your evening sipping on delcious Rum's paired perfectly with artisan doughnuts at Summerhall Drinks Lab!

Find out about Rum & Doughnuts on What's On Edinburgh
Monday Masterpieces: Weekly short talks

Monday Masterpieces: Weekly short talks

28th March 2022 - 19th September 2022

Make Monday mornings marvellous and join curators, wardens and learning specialists for weekly short talks exploring some of the greatest treasures of the Royal Collection!

Find out about Monday Masterpieces: Weekly short talks on What's On Edinburgh
Into the Archive: How Morris & Co.

Into the Archive: How Morris & Co.

18th May 2022

Join Emma Hardy, Art and Design Historian, and uncover what the historic logbooks of the Morris & Co. archive reveal about the firm, the personalities and the Victorian Period!

Find out about Into the Archive: How Morris & Co. on What's On Edinburgh
SCRR/RSE Peter Wilson Lecture - The time for rural is now

SCRR/RSE Peter Wilson Lecture - The time for rural is now

23rd May 2022

Come and hear inspirational speakers challenge and provoke us about how “the time for rural is NOW”

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From Lambskin to Latex: The History of Condoms

From Lambskin to Latex: The History of Condoms

25th May 2022

Join us at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on Wednesday 25th May as Dr Kate Stephenson explores the strange and fascinating history of condoms!

Find out about From Lambskin to Latex: The History of Condoms on What's On Edinburgh
Graeme Hall The Dogfather

Graeme Hall The Dogfather

26th May 2022

The hugely popular and accomplished Graeme Hall (Channel 5’s 'Dogs Behaving (very) badly') is bringing his wisdom, charm and puppy prowess to The Queen's Hall on Thursday 26th May!

Find out about Graeme Hall The Dogfather on What's On Edinburgh
Living Autospy with Dr. Suzy Lishman CBE

Living Autospy with Dr. Suzy Lishman CBE

26th May 2022

Join consultant histopathologist Dr Suzy Lishman CBE as she performs a living autopsy to investigate the effects of modern living on the body.

Find out about Living Autospy with Dr. Suzy Lishman CBE on What's On Edinburgh
Sextorical Lectures - The Beggar’s Benison & its Objects

Sextorical Lectures - The Beggar’s Benison & its Objects

27th May 2022

This talk explores The Beggar's Benison Club, an all male social group founded in 1732 in Anstruther, it's activities and its beliefs in sex and place these in a wider historical context.

What makes a ‘Masterpiece’?

What makes a ‘Masterpiece’?

27th May 2022

Join exhibition curator Isabella Manning for an introduction to Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace.

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RSPB Forth Islands Seabird Cruise

RSPB Forth Islands Seabird Cruise

Selected dates between 29th May 2022 - 18th June 2022

Come and join us on Maid of the Forth for this 3-hour special birdwatching cruise with expert commentary provided by RSPB staff!

Find out about RSPB Forth Islands Seabird Cruise on What's On Edinburgh
Speakeasy Story Share

Speakeasy Story Share

29th May 2022

Aural Picnic invites you to bring your mouth and your moxy for a Sunday Speakeasy story share at The Raging Bull on 29th May!

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William Morris in Fashion

William Morris in Fashion

1st June 2022

This talk takes a light-hearted look at the dress of his family, friends and colleagues in artistic circles and the use of Morris furnishing fabrics for clothing around 1900 and in the 1960s.

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Lecture Series June - Rebel Spirit

Lecture Series June - Rebel Spirit

2nd June 2022

In this talk on 2nd June, Alex Thomson, whisky tourism professional, will explore the connections between Scotch Whisky and the Jacobites.

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The Georgian House: Historical Wine Tasting

The Georgian House: Historical Wine Tasting

3rd June 2022

Succumb to the sensory wonders of the weird and marvellous wine creations forgotten through history as you join us in the Georgian House kitchen for this Historical Wine Tasting event!

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Parapsychology: The Cutting Edge

Parapsychology: The Cutting Edge

4th June 2022

Parapsychology: The Cutting Edge will be a day of talks, seminars and plenary panels with some of the leading academic researchers in the UK exploring the latest psychical research and findings.

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John Roy Stuart: The Bard of Culloden with Michael Nevin and Michael Fry

John Roy Stuart: The Bard of Culloden with Michael Nevin and Michael Fry

9th June 2022

Who was John Roy Stuart? What is his poetic legacy? And what were his heroic deeds during the Rising of 1745? Join Michael Nevin and Michael Fry as they address these questions!

Mediumship Development Weekend Workshop with Sandra Aetheris

Mediumship Development Weekend Workshop with Sandra Aetheris

11th June 2022 - 12th June 2022

Sandra Aetheris' new weekend workshop covers the fundamentals of mediumship. She'll guide you through the process of making a deep connection to Spirit through evidential mediumship.

Private Readings with Sandra Aetheris

Private Readings with Sandra Aetheris

13th June 2022

Sandra Aetheris offers her service as a Psychic and Medium for a day of Private Readings at The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre on 13th June.

Find out about Private Readings with Sandra Aetheris on What's On Edinburgh
Dame Sheila Hancock: Old Rage

Dame Sheila Hancock: Old Rage

15th June 2022

Spend an evening with one of Britain’s best loved actors of the stage and screen, as she opens up about her ninth decade!

Find out about Dame Sheila Hancock: Old Rage on What's On Edinburgh
Harvey Nichols Rum Fair

Harvey Nichols Rum Fair

16th June 2022

Join us at Harvey Nichols Edinburgh as we discover our range of modern and vintage rums from around the world at this special event on 16th June!

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Surgeons’ Hall Book Club

Surgeons’ Hall Book Club

17th June 2022

Join us in the Fellows Library for the inaugural Surgeons' Hall Reading Group where we will discuss 'The Butchering Art' by Lindsey Fitzharris!

Find out about Surgeons’ Hall Book Club on What's On Edinburgh
In Conversation with the Sopranos - CANCELLED

In Conversation with the Sopranos - CANCELLED

21st June 2022

Get the real story behind what Vanity Fair called “the greatest pop-culture masterpiece of its day” when three of The Sopranos’ most iconic cast members sit down for a chat.

Find out about In Conversation with the Sopranos - CANCELLED on What's On Edinburgh
Edinburgh Pride: Anne Lister’s Edinburgh with Stef Lauer

Edinburgh Pride: Anne Lister’s Edinburgh with Stef Lauer

22nd June 2022

Join Stef Lauer, founder of Anne Lister's Edinburgh walking tours, in the Georgian House Drawing Room for an evening of secret codes and stolen kisses as we hold our very first Pride event!

Food, Drink and the Maintenance of Health

Food, Drink and the Maintenance of Health

22nd June 2022

Hear from Professor David Gentilcore on the subject of Food, Drink and the Maintenance of Health, 1500-1800 at this talk, tour and wine reception on Wednesday 22nd June!

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An Evening with Rebecca Solnit

An Evening with Rebecca Solnit

24th June 2022

The Portobello Bookshop is absolutely delighted that Rebecca Solnit will be coming to Edinburgh for a special evening event at the Assembly Rooms on 24th June.

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Phases of Matter Film Screening + Director Q&A-

Phases of Matter Film Screening + Director Q&A-

24th June 2022

Award winning Film - Phases of Matter screened in the Playfair Hall at Surgeons' Hall Museums, followed by a Director Q&A.

Find out about Phases of Matter Film Screening + Director Q&A- on What's On Edinburgh
Sextorical Lectures - Cotqueans, Domesticity & Edinburgh’s Queer Sites

Sextorical Lectures - Cotqueans, Domesticity & Edinburgh’s Queer Sites

24th June 2022

This talk, at Gladstone's Land on 24th June, draws on a variety of primary materials to examine Queer domestic life in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The UK Frequency Experience Roadshow - Edinburgh

The UK Frequency Experience Roadshow - Edinburgh

25th June 2022

An exciting and interactive Face 2 Face event showcasing how revolutionary Quantum technology delivers a completely holistic approach to harmonising the Bioenergetic field.

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Fran Lebowitz

Fran Lebowitz

26th June 2022

Fran Lebowitz, the star of Netflix’s Pretend It’s A City, will be live in conversation at the Usher Hall Edinburgh on Sunday 26th June 2022. Do not miss it!

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Lecture Series July - Adventures in Banking

Lecture Series July - Adventures in Banking

7th July 2022

Join us at Gladstone's Land on 7th July and take a trip back in time to discover hidden stories of the early days of Bank of Scotland, and its extraordinary Head Office building on the Mound!

Find out about Lecture Series July - Adventures in Banking on What's On Edinburgh
An Evening with David Sedaris

An Evening with David Sedaris

10th July 2022

David Sedaris will take An Evening With David Sedaris across the UK and Ireland in summer 2022. Catch him live at the Usher Hall on Sunday 10th July!

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An Evening of Mediumship with Eric Sweder. In Centre

An Evening of Mediumship with Eric Sweder. In Centre

22nd July 2022 - 22nd June 2022

Join us in-Centre and experience mediumship that aims to connect us with the energy of those who have passed on.

Find out about An Evening of Mediumship with Eric Sweder. In Centre on What's On Edinburgh
Susie Dent - Presents The Secret Lives of Words

Susie Dent - Presents The Secret Lives of Words

23rd July 2022

Take a journey into the curious, unexpected, and downright surreal origins of the words we use every day with lexicographer, best-selling author and Queen of 'Dictionary Corner', Susie Dent!

Find out about Susie Dent - Presents The Secret Lives of Words on What's On Edinburgh
Sextorical Lectures - Seduction, Scotland & the Law: A Special Relationship

Sextorical Lectures - Seduction, Scotland & the Law: A Special Relationship

29th July 2022

Join Clement Knox, author of Strange Antics: A History of Seduction to find out more about seduction in 18th-century Scotland!

Kate Downie: The Art of Crossing

Kate Downie: The Art of Crossing

3rd August 2022

In this talk Kate Downie will discuss the magnetism of Bridges for herself and though the eyes of other artists, and what makes them special in all their forms.

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Lecture Series August - Macbeth: A Usurper’s Fate

Lecture Series August - Macbeth: A Usurper’s Fate

4th August 2022

Historian Elizabeth Cory Lopez will delve into the roots of Macbeth, son of Findlay, and what his life, culture, reign and mythical legacy can tell us about the evolution of Scotland as a nation.

Find out about Lecture Series August - Macbeth: A Usurper’s Fate on What's On Edinburgh
Tessa Asquith-Lamb: Treasures and Foxes

Tessa Asquith-Lamb: Treasures and Foxes

4th August 2022

Tessa Asquith-Lamb explains her processes in creating her beautiful artworks and shows how her collections help her create beautiful lyrical works full of symbolism, love tokens, friendship and hope.

Find out about Tessa Asquith-Lamb: Treasures and Foxes on What's On Edinburgh
Nicola Murray: The Eclectic Back Catalogue

Nicola Murray: The Eclectic Back Catalogue

5th August 2022

Nicola Murray will give an informal illustrated talk about her art practice, looking at an eclectic back-catalogue of work inspired by her interest and training in science.

Find out about Nicola Murray: The Eclectic Back Catalogue on What's On Edinburgh
Day of Readings with Kim Moore-Cullen

Day of Readings with Kim Moore-Cullen

7th August 2022

Kim Moore Cullen offers her service as a Medium for a day of Private Readings and Spiritual Assessments on 7th August!

Find out about Day of Readings with Kim Moore-Cullen on What's On Edinburgh
Edinburgh International Festival: Detention Dialogues

Edinburgh International Festival: Detention Dialogues

21st August 2022

A series of verbatim scripts featuring the voices and powerful stories of refugees from around the world.

Find out about Edinburgh International Festival: Detention Dialogues on What's On Edinburgh
Professor Brian Cox: Horizons World Tour

Professor Brian Cox: Horizons World Tour

1st September 2022

Having set two Guinness World Records with his previous sell-out World Tour, Professor Brian Cox is back with a brand-new Arena show for 2022 which will come to the Edinburgh Playhouse!

Find out about Professor Brian Cox: Horizons World Tour on What's On Edinburgh
Ricky Ross

Ricky Ross

23rd September 2022

Songwriter and lead singer for Deacon Blue, Ricky Ross is taking his new solo album and autobiography on tour! Catch him live at The Queen's Hall on Friday 23rd September!

Find out about Ricky Ross on What's On Edinburgh
An Evening with Lucy Worsley on Agatha Christie

An Evening with Lucy Worsley on Agatha Christie

9th October 2022

Spend an evening with the Queen of History, Lucy Worsley, as she delves into the fascinating life of the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie.

Find out about An Evening with Lucy Worsley on Agatha Christie on What's On Edinburgh
Last Podcast On The Left

Last Podcast On The Left

10th October 2022

Last Podcast on the Left barrels headlong into all things horror at The Queen's Hall on Monday 10 October!

Find out about Last Podcast On The Left on What's On Edinburgh
Martin Bayfield’s Rugby Legends

Martin Bayfield’s Rugby Legends

19th October 2022

Join former England international and true giant of the game Martin Bayfield at the Festival Theatre as he embarks on his ‘Rugby Legends’ UK tour.

Find out about Martin Bayfield’s Rugby Legends on What's On Edinburgh
Adam Frost

Adam Frost

20th October 2022

Spend an evening with award-winning British garden designer and 'Gardeners’ World' presenter, Adam Frost, as he shares advice and amusing stories from a lifetime in the garden.

Find out about Adam Frost on What's On Edinburgh
Paul Hollywood

Paul Hollywood

12th November 2022

Great British Bake Off star Paul Hollywood is hitting the road with a brand-new tour for 2022. Catch him at the Usher Hall on Saturday 12th November!

Find out about Paul Hollywood on What's On Edinburgh
In Conversation with Stacey Dooley

In Conversation with Stacey Dooley

15th February 2023

Join Stacey Dooley on February 15th at The Queen's Hall Edinburgh to celebrate the publication of her new book, 'Are You Really OK? Understanding Britain’s Mental Health Emergency'.

Find out about In Conversation with Stacey Dooley on What's On Edinburgh
Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Living Dangerously

Sir Ranulph Fiennes: Living Dangerously

1st March 2023

In Living Dangerously, Sir Ranulph Fiennes offers a personal journey through his life, from his early years to the present day.

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Events in Glasgow

Glasgow Central Station Tours

Glasgow Central Station Tours

7th February 2022 - 31st December 2022

Glasgow Central Tours offer you the chance to explore behind the scenes of Glasgow's most iconic and busiest landmarks, Central Station!

Find out about Glasgow Central Station Tours on What's On Glasgow
Wednesday Highlight Talks

Wednesday Highlight Talks

Selected dates between 27th April 2022 - 22nd June 2022

On selected Wednesdays throughout the year the team at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and volunteers hold a Highlight Talk exploring the life and works of Robert Burns!

Find out about Wednesday Highlight Talks on What's On Glasgow
The Cramb Residency: Maggie Nicols

The Cramb Residency: Maggie Nicols

18th May 2022

Vocal artist Maggie Nicols will share an extraordinary wealth of experience in Scottish and International music and arts as part of the 2022 Cramb Residency!

Find out about The Cramb Residency: Maggie Nicols on What's On Glasgow
Dr Jo Meacock, Geraldine Shenkin and Peter Tuka - Painting For My Life

Dr Jo Meacock, Geraldine Shenkin and Peter Tuka - Painting For My Life

19th May 2022

The authors of this extraordinary book with be joined by Marianne's daughter to discuss her life and paintings!

Emma Gannon: (Dis) Connected

Emma Gannon: (Dis) Connected

19th May 2022

Bestselling business author and podcast host Emma Gannon discusses her manifesto for staying human on the internet with Aye Write!

Find out about Emma Gannon: (Dis) Connected on What's On Glasgow
Gerry Hassan, Joyce McMillan & Professor Tanja Bueltmann

Gerry Hassan, Joyce McMillan & Professor Tanja Bueltmann

19th May 2022

A welcome back to Aye Write in person after last year’s successful digital event!

Graeme Thomson with John Dingwall - Themes for Great Cities: A New History of Simple Minds

Graeme Thomson with John Dingwall - Themes for Great Cities: A New History of Simple Minds

19th May 2022

Graeme Thomson andJohn Dingwall discuss the illuminating new biography of one of Britain's most influential bands, written with the full cooperation of Simple Minds.

Helen FitzGerald and Hannah Graham: The True Crimes Behind Crime Fiction

Helen FitzGerald and Hannah Graham: The True Crimes Behind Crime Fiction

19th May 2022

Join Helen FitzGerald and Hannah Graham for a fascinating look at the crime world in fact and fiction.

Kayo Chingonyi, Dean Atta and Janette Ayachi, More Fiya

Kayo Chingonyi, Dean Atta and Janette Ayachi, More Fiya

19th May 2022

One of Aye Write's new poets from last year returns with an excellent new anthology of black British voices!

Miles Jupp: History

Miles Jupp: History

19th May 2022

History is the brilliant debut novel from acclaimed comedian, writer and presenter Miles Jupp!

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Nathan Evans: The Book of Sea Shanties

Nathan Evans: The Book of Sea Shanties

19th May 2022

Whether you're young or old, gather around and discover the riotous world of sea shanties with local boy and international bestselling singer Nathan Evans at Aye Write!

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Suzanne Wrack: A Woman’s Game

Suzanne Wrack: A Woman’s Game

19th May 2022

A Woman's Game by Suzanne Wrack explores the history of women's football from the Victorian era – with players in high-heeled boots – to the present day!

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Annabel Abbs and Natasha Solomons - Women Finding a Voice in Historical Fiction

Annabel Abbs and Natasha Solomons - Women Finding a Voice in Historical Fiction

20th May 2022

Real historical figures are given back their voices in these striking new novels from Annabel Abbs and Natasha Solomons.

Celia Imrie and Fidelis Morgan: Orphans of the Storm

Celia Imrie and Fidelis Morgan: Orphans of the Storm

20th May 2022

Olivier Award-winning actress, Celia Imrie and the researcher, fellow actress, and director Fidelis Morgan discuss their new book, Orphans of the Storm!

Find out about Celia Imrie and Fidelis Morgan: Orphans of the Storm on What's On Glasgow
Donald Meek and Eoghan Stewart: An evening of Gaelic poetry

Donald Meek and Eoghan Stewart: An evening of Gaelic poetry

20th May 2022

Join Donald Meek and Eoghan Stewart for an evening of Gaelic poetry as part of Aye Write 2022!

Dr Hilary Jones - Frontline

Dr Hilary Jones - Frontline

20th May 2022

Join Hilary Jones, the well-known and trusted GP who has appeared on many TV shows, as he discusses his first novel, Frontline at Aye Write 2022!

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Helen Lewis: Difficult Women

Helen Lewis: Difficult Women

20th May 2022

Popular journalist and broadcaster Helen Lewis brings a history of feminism in 11 fights to Aye Write 2022!

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Louise Candlish and Kate Ruby: From the Thriller Page to the TV Screen

Louise Candlish and Kate Ruby: From the Thriller Page to the TV Screen

20th May 2022

The author of the recent STV drama Our House and a TV producer turned novelist discuss their latest thrillers!

Mark Woolhouse - The Year the World Went Mad: A Scientific Memoir

Mark Woolhouse - The Year the World Went Mad: A Scientific Memoir

20th May 2022

A new look at the pandemic from one of the leading scientific voices in Scotland, Mark Woolhouse.

Mihir Bose and Calum Jacobs: Is a Non-Racial Sports World possible?

Mihir Bose and Calum Jacobs: Is a Non-Racial Sports World possible?

20th May 2022

Two writers approach the subject of racism in sport and look forward with positivity.

Oliver Milman: The Insect Crisis

Oliver Milman: The Insect Crisis

20th May 2022

Oliver Milman's The Insect Crisis is a topical and urgently needed book about another impending environmental disaster.

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Val McDermid with Ruth Wishart: 1979

Val McDermid with Ruth Wishart: 1979

20th May 2022

Join Val McDermid in conversation with Ruth Wishart at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as she discusses her new book, 1979 as part of Aye Write 2022!

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Adrian Turpin, Ann Landmann, Keira Brown & Ruth Wishart - What Have We Ever Learned from Book Festivals?

Adrian Turpin, Ann Landmann, Keira Brown & Ruth Wishart - What Have We Ever Learned from Book Festivals?

21st May 2022

A must for book lovers and festivals fans - come along and join the conversation!

Cameron Wyllie and Alison Colwell - Head Teacher Tales

Cameron Wyllie and Alison Colwell - Head Teacher Tales

21st May 2022

Two Head Teachers from very different schools tell tales from the classroom and staffroom!

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Damien Lewis - The Flame of Resistance: American Hero. French Hero. British Spy

Damien Lewis - The Flame of Resistance: American Hero. French Hero. British Spy

21st May 2022

Drawing on a plethora of new historical material Damien Lewis upends the conventional story of Josephine Baker.

David Hendy - The BBC: A People’s History

David Hendy - The BBC: A People’s History

21st May 2022

David Hendy presents a new history of a global institution that defines Britain and created modern broadcasting.

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Dr Sohom Das - In Two Minds: Stories of murder, justice and recovery from a forensic psychiatrist

Dr Sohom Das - In Two Minds: Stories of murder, justice and recovery from a forensic psychiatrist

21st May 2022

In Two Minds is an honest, revealing and at times humorous memoir from the highly regarded Forensic Psychiatrist, Dr Sohom Das.

Emma Smith – in conversation with Val McDermid Portable Magic: A History of Books and their Readers Home What's on Emma Smith – in conversation with Val McDermid Portable Magic: A History of Books

Emma Smith – in conversation with Val McDermid Portable Magic: A History of Books and their Readers Home What's on Emma Smith – in conversation with Val McDermid Portable Magic: A History of Books

21st May 2022

Emma Smith and Val McDermid will be exploring the unexpected and unseen consequences of our love affair with books!

Gideon Coe, Stephanie Gibson and Craig McAllister - The Perfect Reminder: The Story of Trashcan Sinatras’ I’ve Seen Everything

Gideon Coe, Stephanie Gibson and Craig McAllister - The Perfect Reminder: The Story of Trashcan Sinatras’ I’ve Seen Everything

21st May 2022

Some chat and a few songs to celebrate the 1993 album I’ve Seen Everything by the Trashcan Sinatras.

Iain Hood, Maggie Ritchie and Philip Miller - Glasgow Art in Fiction

Iain Hood, Maggie Ritchie and Philip Miller - Glasgow Art in Fiction

21st May 2022

Three new novels from Iain Hood, Maggie Ritchie and Philip Miller take their inspiration from Glasgow and its artists.

Jenni Fagan with Claire Mitchell QC and Zoe Venditozzi Witches of Scotland Podcast

Jenni Fagan with Claire Mitchell QC and Zoe Venditozzi Witches of Scotland Podcast

21st May 2022

Join Zoe and Claire from The Witches of Scotland podcast for a special live recording with Jenni Fagan, author of Hex!

Justin Webb - The Gift of a Radio: My Childhood and other Train Wrecks Chaired by Ruth Wishart

Justin Webb - The Gift of a Radio: My Childhood and other Train Wrecks Chaired by Ruth Wishart

21st May 2022

The candid, unsparing and darkly funny memoir from the Radio 4 broadcaster and journalist, Justin Webb.

Karen Lloyd and Andrew Painting - Restoration and Rewilding Against the Odds

Karen Lloyd and Andrew Painting - Restoration and Rewilding Against the Odds

21st May 2022

Two outstanding nature writers will discuss their books dealing with restoration, rewilding renewal and repair.

Lianne Dillsworth, Sean Lusk & Melissa Fu - Fiction Across the Centuries

Lianne Dillsworth, Sean Lusk & Melissa Fu - Fiction Across the Centuries

21st May 2022

Lianne Dillsworth, Sean Lusk & Melissa Fu present their spectacular new historical novels – each taking place in a different century!

Lorna Cooper and Vicky Spratt - The Basics of Food and Shelter

Lorna Cooper and Vicky Spratt - The Basics of Food and Shelter

21st May 2022

A topical session on the current cost of living crisis – and what can be done about it.

Matthew Keeley Introduces... Liam Konemann, Julie Owen Moylan and James Cahill

Matthew Keeley Introduces... Liam Konemann, Julie Owen Moylan and James Cahill

21st May 2022

Glasgow-based writer and teacher Matthew Keeley introduces this panel of debut writers as part of Aye Write 2022!

Otto English and Kathleen Wyatt - Pants on Fire

Otto English and Kathleen Wyatt - Pants on Fire

21st May 2022

These two authors should help you to tell the truth from the many, many lies we’ve been told.

Find out about Otto English and Kathleen Wyatt - Pants on Fire on What's On Glasgow
Professor Dame Sue Black - The Books that Made Me

Professor Dame Sue Black - The Books that Made Me

21st May 2022

Professor Dame Sue Black shares the books that have inspired, entertained and moved her over the years.

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Rachael Blok, J B Mylet and Jacqueline Roy - Haunting Psychological Thrillers

Rachael Blok, J B Mylet and Jacqueline Roy - Haunting Psychological Thrillers

21st May 2022

These thrillers all share a psychological theme, and institutional settings that will stay with you for a long time.

Sam Fowles - Overruled: Our Vanishing Democracy in 8 Cases

Sam Fowles - Overruled: Our Vanishing Democracy in 8 Cases

21st May 2022

Sam Fowles presents an insider's view into how our government has undermined our democratic principles from a barrister who took the Prime Minister to court.

Sarah Pinborough, Harriet Tyce and Dominic Nolan - Nailing Biting Thrillers

Sarah Pinborough, Harriet Tyce and Dominic Nolan - Nailing Biting Thrillers

21st May 2022

If you like a thriller that will keep you up at night, turning 'just one more page' – these are the books for you!

Shon Faye - The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice

Shon Faye - The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice

21st May 2022

A landmark book that signals the beginning of a new, healthier conversation about trans life.

Wendy Erskine, Jem Calder and Gerda Stevenson - Short, But Perfectly Formed Stories

Wendy Erskine, Jem Calder and Gerda Stevenson - Short, But Perfectly Formed Stories

21st May 2022

AWendy Erskine, Jem Calder and Gerda Stevenson... authors who excel in the fine art of short-story writing talk about their new collections.

William Atkins - Exiles: Three Island Journeys

William Atkins - Exiles: Three Island Journeys

21st May 2022

Occupying the fertile zone where history, biography and travel writing meet, Exiles is a masterpiece of imaginative empathy.

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Alice Morrison - Walking With Nomads

Alice Morrison - Walking With Nomads

22nd May 2022

The adventurer and TV presenter Alice Morrison takes us on three remarkable and inspirational journeys across Morocco.

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Darren McGarvey - The Social Distance Between Us

Darren McGarvey - The Social Distance Between Us

22nd May 2022

The Social Distance Between Us is the much-anticipated follow-up to Poverty Safari from the Glasgow-based rapper, journalist and commentator Darren McGarvey!

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David Alston, Kate Phillips and Cass Ezeji -The Tannahill Event: White Supremacy, Black Lives and Scotland’s Role in the Slave Trade

David Alston, Kate Phillips and Cass Ezeji -The Tannahill Event: White Supremacy, Black Lives and Scotland’s Role in the Slave Trade

22nd May 2022

Generously supported by The Tannahill Fund this promises to be an unmissable session on Scotland role in the Slave Trade.

Gabrilella Braun and Oliver Burkeman - A True Work/Life Balance

Gabrilella Braun and Oliver Burkeman - A True Work/Life Balance

22nd May 2022

These books might help us adapt to a new way of working and a better way of living.

Gerry Badger - Another Country: British Documentary Photography Since 1945

Gerry Badger - Another Country: British Documentary Photography Since 1945

22nd May 2022

Gerry Badger's Another Country is a compelling social and cultural history of Britain showing how photographers have depicted the country over the last seventy years.

Glasgow City of Poets - Launch

Glasgow City of Poets - Launch

22nd May 2022

The Wee Retreat are delighted to be hosting the launch of Glasgow-city of poets on 22nd May as part of the Southside Fringe Festival!

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Ian Rankin - The Dark Remains

Ian Rankin - The Dark Remains

22nd May 2022

Bestselling author Ian Rankin and Scottish crime-writing legend William McIlvanney join forces for the first ever case of DI Laidlaw, Glasgow's original gritty detective!

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Joanne Harris and Janice Hallett

Joanne Harris and Janice Hallett

22nd May 2022

Best-selling authors Joanne Harris and Janice Hallett discuss their latest thrillers, which have school settings in common.

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Louise O’Neill and Daisy Buchanan - Unflinching Contemporary Fiction

Louise O’Neill and Daisy Buchanan - Unflinching Contemporary Fiction

22nd May 2022

Two absolutely brilliant contemporary novels by two rising stars in the business!

Patrick Elliot - Joan Eardley, Land & Sea: A Life in Catterline

Patrick Elliot - Joan Eardley, Land & Sea: A Life in Catterline

22nd May 2022

Eardley's experiences on the wild Scottish coast, illustrated with some of her most remarkable drawings and paintings.

Rosemary Shrager and S J Bennett - Unlikely Sleuths

Rosemary Shrager and S J Bennett - Unlikely Sleuths

22nd May 2022

Cosy crime is back, but I bet you weren't expecting these detectives...

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Rupal Patel - From CIA to CEO

Rupal Patel - From CIA to CEO

22nd May 2022

An ops manual for entrepreneurs that reveals how the techniques of the CIA can help you to thrive in the world of business.

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Simon McCleave, Clare Whitfield and Charles E. McGarry - Wild Island Thrillers

Simon McCleave, Clare Whitfield and Charles E. McGarry - Wild Island Thrillers

22nd May 2022

Three windswept islands provide the setting for these gripping thrillers from Simon McCleave, Clare Whitfield and Charles E. McGarry!

Toby Harnden - First Casualty: The Untold Story of the Battle That Began the War in Afghanistan

Toby Harnden - First Casualty: The Untold Story of the Battle That Began the War in Afghanistan

22nd May 2022

Orwell Prize-winning Toby Harnden author tells the gripping and incredible story of the six-day battle that began the War in Afghanistan.

Tom de Freston and Nick Blackburn - The Art of Grief and Trauma

Tom de Freston and Nick Blackburn - The Art of Grief and Trauma

22nd May 2022

Tom de Freston and Nick Blackburn present two spellbinding memoirs which detail paths out of grief via art.

An Evening With Kate Philips

An Evening With Kate Philips

26th May 2022

Join Waterstones for a talk by the author of the ground-breaking 'Bought and Sold', the story of how and why thousands of Scots made money from buying and selling humans... a story we need to own.

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Jarvis Cocker in Conversation: Good Pop, Bad Pop

Jarvis Cocker in Conversation: Good Pop, Bad Pop

28th May 2022

Join legendary musician and broadcaster Jarvis Cocker live in conversation at Tramway to celebrate the publication of his highly anticipated new book Good Pop, Bad Pop!

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My Life With My Father, George Orwell

My Life With My Father, George Orwell

28th May 2022

The Scottish History Society is delighted to host a talk by Richard Blair, son of George Orwell, on his father, his life and his legacy.

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An Unforgettable Experience 2 - Martin O’Neill Plus Special Guests

An Unforgettable Experience 2 - Martin O’Neill Plus Special Guests

29th May 2022

Martin O'Neill is one of Celtic's most successful managers and 1st Star is delighted to bring him to the SEC Armadillo on May 29th for this fantastic event!

Compassion Prison Project Conference

Compassion Prison Project Conference

1st June 2022

ACE Aware Nation will be welcoming Fritzi Hortsman, founder of Compassion Prison Project, to Scotland for a special conference on 1st June.

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Brownfield Biodiversity Conference & Excursions

Brownfield Biodiversity Conference & Excursions

4th June 2022 - 5th June 2022

The Glasgow Natural History Society and the University of Glasgow invite you to join them for an exploration around how wildlife is finding a home within our cities brownfield sites.

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A Tea, A Talk & A Tunnock’s: The Digital Wave At The Govan Stones

A Tea, A Talk & A Tunnock’s: The Digital Wave At The Govan Stones

8th June 2022

Dr Megan Kasten reveals Strathclyde's early medieval interlace at this special event at The Govan Stones as part of Glasgow Science Festival 2022!

Book Launch: Meredith, Alone

Book Launch: Meredith, Alone

9th June 2022

Join the team at Waterstones Argyle Street on Thursday 9th June as they celebrate the launch of Claire Alexander's Meredith, Alone!

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Scotland’s National Chef launches Gary MacLean’s Scottish Kitchen

Scotland’s National Chef launches Gary MacLean’s Scottish Kitchen

9th June 2022

Gary MacLean, the first National Chef of Scotland, joins Waterstones Sauchiehall Street on 9th June to launch his Scottish Kitchen cookbook!

ColumbaFest

ColumbaFest

11th June 2022

Held on Saturday 11th June, ColumbaFest is a seasonal celebration of faith, culture, politics and creativity!

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An Evening with Dick Campbell

An Evening with Dick Campbell

12th June 2022

Join Dick Campbell as he talks to Sean McDonald of Blethered Podcast about Arbroath's season and his decades in football!

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Darren McGarvey In Conversation With Frankie Boyle

Darren McGarvey In Conversation With Frankie Boyle

13th June 2022

Join Darren McGarvey in conversation with Frankie Boyle, as they discuss Darren's upcoming book – The Social Distance Between Us: How Remote Politics Wrecked Britain.

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Hunting Killers

Hunting Killers

17th June 2022

Join Britain's Top Crime Investigator Criminologist Mark Williams-Thomas as he discusses the mind of a murderer and the cold-blooded cases which haunt him the most.

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How To Plan the Perfect Murder

How To Plan the Perfect Murder

30th June 2022

Join Adam - host of the UK True Crime podcast, Paul - host of the True Crime Enthusiast podcast and Michael - host of the Murder Mile podcast, for an evening of true crime!

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An Evening With Microdot At King Tut’s

An Evening With Microdot At King Tut’s

1st July 2022 - 2nd July 2022

This summer, the Microdot team will be venturing North of the border to Glasgow to present 'An Evening/Afternoon With Microdot' at the legendary King Tut's!

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The Jericho Chronicles

The Jericho Chronicles

4th July 2022

Inside The Ropes are thrilled to be bringing Chris Jericho back to Glasgow in July for The Jericho Chronicles tour!

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An Evening With Michael Pedersen And Ricky Ross

An Evening With Michael Pedersen And Ricky Ross

11th July 2022

Join prize-winning Scottish poet and author Michael Pedersen at Waterstones Sauchiehall Street as he discusses his intimate and dazzlingly original memoir of love, grief and male friendship.

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Cassandra Clare

Cassandra Clare

14th July 2022

Join one of the world's most successful fantasy fiction authors, Cassandra Clare, as she visits Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket to share an exclusive edition of The Last Hours: Chain of Gold.

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Rob Bell - Everything Is Spiritual Tour

Rob Bell - Everything Is Spiritual Tour

16th July 2022

New York Times Bestselling author Rob Bell brings his 'Everything is Spiritual Tour' to Saint Luke's Glasgow on Saturday 16th July!

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An Evening with David Sedaris

An Evening with David Sedaris

17th July 2022

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America's pre-eminent humour writers, catch his live tour at the Theatre Royal Glasgow on 17th July!

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Wildflower Wander at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond

Wildflower Wander at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond

6th August 2022

Join the team at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond for a guided walk which will show you how to identify some of the wildflowers on the reserve and hear about their historical uses!

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Clydebuilt Festival

Clydebuilt Festival

3rd September 2022 - 4th September 2022

Back for a fourth year, the Clydebuilt Festival will return to the Riverside Museum and The Tall Ship at Riverside on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th of September 2022!

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An Evening with Karl Kennedy - The Doctor Will See You Now!

An Evening with Karl Kennedy - The Doctor Will See You Now!

6th September 2022

Join Neighbours actor Alan Fletcher at Oran Mor Glasgow as he discusses his life as a musician and actor with particular focus on his 25 years playing the legend that is Doctor Karl Kennedy!

CrimeCon UK

CrimeCon UK

10th September 2022

New for 2022, CrimeCon is coming to the Hilton Glasgow on Saturday 10th September!

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A Night of Adventure: Cycling 3,500 Miles Round Pandemic Britain

A Night of Adventure: Cycling 3,500 Miles Round Pandemic Britain

13th September 2022

Join award-winning travel writer and broadcaster Simon Parker as he discusses cycling 3,427 miles around ‘Pandemic Britain’ during 2020 and 2021!

Dr. Jordan Peterson: Beyond Order

Dr. Jordan Peterson: Beyond Order

26th September 2022

Dr. Jordan Peterson is bringing his Beyond Order: 12 More Rules For Life Tour to the SEC Armadillo on 26th September.

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Professor Brian Cox: Horizons World Tour

Professor Brian Cox: Horizons World Tour

2nd October 2022

Having set two Guinness World Records with his previous sell-out World Tour, Professor Brian Cox is back with a brand-new Arena show for 2021 which will come to The SSE Hydro Glasgow on 2nd October!

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Gelong Thubten: A Monk’s Guide To Happiness Live

Gelong Thubten: A Monk’s Guide To Happiness Live

4th October 2022

Mindfulness pioneer Gelong Thubten will bring 'A Monk's Guide To Happiness' to Oran Mor Glasgow on 4th October 2022.

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Liverpool Legends In Conversation

Liverpool Legends In Conversation

5th October 2022

Relive the highs and lows of the team that dominated the 80s when Liverpool Legends In Conversation, starring Phil Thompson, Bruce Grobbelaar & John Aldridge, comes to the Pavilion Theatre Glasgow!

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An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein in Conversation

An Evening With Debbie Harry and Chris Stein in Conversation

3rd November 2022

Moderated by Rob Roth, founding members of pioneering new wave band Blondie, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein explore their own history and discuss their lives in music.

Paul Hollywood

Paul Hollywood

11th November 2022

Great British Bake Off star Paul Hollywood is hitting the road with a brand-new tour for 2022, catch him at the SEC Armadillo Glasgow on Friday 11th November!

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David Lewis Gedge: Tales From The Wedding Present

David Lewis Gedge: Tales From The Wedding Present

13th November 2022

The Wedding Present's David Gedge celebrates the release of the second volume of his autobiography, Something and Nothing with a show at Glee Club Glasgow on 13th November.

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An Evening With Noel Fitzpatrick

An Evening With Noel Fitzpatrick

16th November 2022

Noel Fitzpatrick returns to the stage this autumn with a brand-new show which will delight animal lovers of all ages and anyone who feels like they need some love, hope and healing in their lives!

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An Evening With Fran Lebowitz

An Evening With Fran Lebowitz

16th April 2023

Fran Lebowitz, the star of Netflix's Pretend It's A City, will be live in conversation at the Theatre Royal Glasgow on Sunday 16th April 2023!

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Events in Lanarkshire

Night Shift at Drumpellier

Night Shift at Drumpellier

24th August 2022

As dusk falls Drumpellier comes alive, join this popular and free night walk and spot some nocturnal wildlife!

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The Festival of Great Creative Thinking

The Festival of Great Creative Thinking

13th September 2022 - 15th September 2022

Are you facing challenging problems in your work and personal life? Feeling stuck and lacking ideas or solutions? Well you’re in luck... because Great Creative Thinking solves everything!

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Francis Rossi: Tunes & Chat

Francis Rossi: Tunes & Chat

31st October 2023

Status Quo legend Francis Rossi is taking up his acoustic guitar to bring you a selection of well-known hits and some previously not-performed-live-before tunes at Motherwell Concert Hall!

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Events in Renfrewshire and Inverclyde

Business Matters in Renfrewshire

Business Matters in Renfrewshire

19th May 2022

Renfrewshire's largest business event, Business Matters, returns to Paisley for 2022 on Thursday 19th May!

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The Industry of Lonend & Seedhill - Heritage Walk

The Industry of Lonend & Seedhill - Heritage Walk

21st May 2022

Join The Urban Historian on 21st May for this heritage walk exploring the industry that grew up in the Lonened & Seedhill area of Paisley.

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Renfrewshire Business Network - May Meeting

Renfrewshire Business Network - May Meeting

27th May 2022

Increase your business contacts and grow your network at the next Renfrewshire Business Network meeting which is being held at Visiting Angels in Inchinnan on Friday 27th May.

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Events in Stirling and Falkirk

Scotland’s National Hero

Scotland’s National Hero

9th April 2022 - 23rd October 2022

Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero.

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A Foraging Feast

A Foraging Feast

Selected dates between 21st April 2022 - 28th May 2022

The Orangery Restaurant in Stirling is collaborating with Whitehouse Foraging to bring you a combined foraging and dining experience.

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Coffin Club Caledonia in the Central Belt

Coffin Club Caledonia in the Central Belt

Selected dates between 3rd May 2022 - 17th May 2022

Coffin Club Caledonia is coming to Stirling and Falkirk in May, offering a free and safe space to talk openly about your choices and wishes for your final send off.

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Learning Visit to Locavore Urban Farm

Learning Visit to Locavore Urban Farm

18th May 2022

Join Forth Environment Link as the team from Locavore take us on a talk and tour of their new 20 year leased urban growing plot! Formerly a council plant nursery within Bellahouston Park.

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Face Your Fear of Public Speaking - Online and In Person

Face Your Fear of Public Speaking - Online and In Person

23rd May 2022

Come along to our Open House, online via Zoom as well as in-person at The Mayfield Centre, to find out what Stirling Speakers can do for you!

Creative Stirling 10th Birthday

Creative Stirling 10th Birthday

24th May 2022

Join us on the 24th of May at Made in Stirling for a night of fun where we’ll be celebrating the last 10 years of Creative Stirling.

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Learning Visit to Tullibody Community Garden

Learning Visit to Tullibody Community Garden

25th May 2022

Join Forth Environment Link on a learning visit to Tullibody Community Garden and experience first hand how the community has transformed this growing space!

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Author Book Talk at Dunblane Library

Author Book Talk at Dunblane Library

2nd June 2022

Dunblane writer Angela T Edgar will be at Dunblane Library on Thursday 2nd June at 7pm talking about her debut novel 'What’s Left Behind'.

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Adrian Hayes - To the Ends of the Earth

Adrian Hayes - To the Ends of the Earth

20th September 2022

Join record-breaking adventurer and author Adrian Hayes at he takes audiences on a journey through the jungles, seas, deserts, ice caps and mountains of the world!

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Leo Houlding - Closer to the Edge

Leo Houlding - Closer to the Edge

11th October 2022

With a brief overview of his life, Leo’s brand new show will follow on from his previous tour (The Spectre Expedition, 2019) bringing audiences up to date with his audacious expeditions!

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Marti Pellow: Pellow Talk

Marti Pellow: Pellow Talk

5th November 2022

Spend an intimate evening with Marti Pellow when he brings his 'Pellow Talk' tour to The Albert Halls, Stirling on 5th November!

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