Suzanne McLaughlin

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SEVEN THINGS Here's what's on in Scotland this week: Seven things for seven days

1 HOCUS Pocus… the spooky classic Disney film, is coming to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall this October, accompanied by live orchestra. The perfect Halloween treat, Hocus Pocus in Concert will feature a screening of the complete film with Emmy®-winning composer John Debney’s musical score performed live to the spooky classic film. Get tickets and further information at

SEVEN THINGS Here's what you can get up to in Scotland this week? Seven things for seven

1 MARTIN Kemp, the hot one from Spandau Ballet, is doing a “back to the 80s” gig in Edinburgh this week. Dig out those 1980s clothes, grab your dancing shoes, and prepare to enjoy a night of pure “Gold”. And Yes fancy dress is encouraged! This Friday at the Liquid Rooms. Run quick before they sell out. This will be an awesome good times night out, it’s “True”. Tickets available at the venue and at

What's on in Scotland this week? Seven things for seven days

1 IT’S doors open day all around Scotland this week – a chance to poke your nose into all the civic buildings, parks, palaces, churches and libraries that your nosiness desires. Edinburgh’s doors open website lists all the places you can go and timings. Edinburgh is this weekend and Dundee is next weekend, September 23-25. Info HERE.

What can you do in Scotland this week? Seven things for seven days

1 THE Glasgow Youth Film Festival opens with a bang this weekend with a screening of See How They Run, a film by Tom George with a nod to the classic Agatha Christie whodunnits. The GYFF is a programme of events at the Glasgow Film Theatre in conjunction with the BFI Film Academy and 16 young Scottish film buffs. The whole weekend is dedicated to young adult film, with workshops and screenings galore. Tickets are reduced price for young adults. The festival runs from September 16-18. For more in

What's on in Scotland this week? Seven things for seven days

1 “MY heart’s in overtime and baby you’re behind the steering wheel…” Mind The Darkness? Who didn’t love I Believe In A Thing Called Love? Anyway the modern glam rockers are headlining the Vibration festival in Falkirk tonight and there are a few tickets still available. Get yourself a ticket and head down. There will be food tents, festival feels, headliners’ stage, disco tent and a secret disco. Braw. All the details at

Here's what's on in Scotland this week - Seven things for seven days

1 SCONE Palace is where it’s at this week. The mighty Otherlands Festival hits one of Perthshire’s prettiest spots and the gardens of the palace will become a veritable cornucopia of cutting edge music, forward thinking independent art, comedy at the Pavilion Stage, glamping, vintage shopping stalls and a wellness sanctuary. There are street food pop up’ that are a foodie’s dream in the Gannet Grounds and my mouth is watering at the host of options. The music is, as expected with a festi