The public will have a final say on which aspiring author and UHI student becomes a published playwright and sees their work performed
Nuart Aberdeen, the globally acclaimed street art festival, will make its long-awaited return to the north-east next month.
ARTYNESS: Liza Mulholland learns more about the history of ceilidhs in the Highlands and Islands and celebrates the reopening of our hospitality
The Tolquhon Gallery near Tarves is hosting From Kintyre to the Isles, a show of 45 new paintings by John Lowrie Morrison.
Pop-up Opera takes two specially-adapted trailers on the road with over 200 performances of five Gilbert and Sullivan shows.
A selection of new homeviewing and DVD options.
ARTYNESS: Barbara Henderson is embracing the promise as restrictions are eased, book shops are opening and new books are available
A cinema nerd can’t wait to begin her first term at university, creating distance from her father whose uncool jokes now grate on her teenage nerves.
Four days of music and song from Scotland’s best folk musicians is the promise from organisers of the Virtual Fèis Rois Weekend.
Highland-based band Lional are in a celebratory mood with their latest release – Happy Birthday – as the four-piece embrace post-punk undertones.
The couple bring their show to the P&J Live Arena on Monday, December 13.
The tapestry incorporates over 10 million stitches created by over 200 volunteers and at 104m long it is one of the longest in the world.