The Mirror and The Light Book Launch

Wolf Hall, the first part in Hilary Mantel’s trilogy, was so well written that it won the coveted Booker prize and confirmed Mantel as one of the best writers in the world. The second part also earned itself a second Booker prize and left readers desperate for part three. Now, the long-awaited third part of the trilogy is released and is set to be the publishing highlight of 2020. Waterstones in Inverness will be opening early to launch The Mirror and The Light. Snag your copy for the special price of £18 when you pre-order the book using a special Hilary Mantel gift card that can be collected from any Waterstones before publication.

March 5 from 8am-7pm


Waterstones, Unit 69, Eastgate Shopping Centre, Inverness, Highland, IV2 3PR

Conservation in Action: Saving the Perth Mummy

The Perth Museum and Art Gallery are looking to save the Perth Mummy for future generations. This special exhibition will include the live conservation of Perth’s mummy, Ta-Kr-Hb, before she goes on display at the City Hall Museum. The exhibition will show visitors the threats to fragile objects in museums and the ways curators and conservators work to safeguard them.

March 2-8


Perth Museum and Art Gallery, 78 George Street, Perth, PH1 5LB

A Taste of the Past

This photographic exhibition explores how Perth has changed over the years, featuring 11 shops in and around the city each of which tells a story about food in Perth. The photos on show were taken between 1876 to 1948, and there's photos from today, too. Many of the buildings featured in the photos are still in use today and some are even the same business. Learn about the changes in these buildings and about the characters and history behind the businesses.

March 2-8


Perth Museum and Art Gallery, 78 George Street, Perth, PH1 5LB

Discover maps at Kelvin Hall

With a collection of over two million maps, there’s everything from early manuscripts and printed maps, to the latest digital mapping. The session will include an introduction to maps collections, highlighting their map images website, with more than 200,000 maps. There will also be a demonstration on how to use their geo-references, and spy tool viewers, along with how to purchase maps.

March 6 from 2-3.30pm


Kelvin Hall, 1445 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AW

Six Nations Rugby Brunch

Brewhemia’s Sportman’s Brunch returns for the third year, and this one promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Their rugby brunch is the best way to pass a match day morning ahead of kick off. There are two delicious brunch option and they will be joined by famous faces Alasdair Dickinson and Bryan Easson for a Q&A including pre-match insights and perhaps even a score prediction. There will also be the option to purchase raffle tickets in support of the Doddie Weir Foundation.

March 7 from 11am-1.30pm


Brewhemia, 1a Market Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1DE

AJ Live 2020

Strictly favourite AJ Pritchard brings back his tour after its debut in 2019. He says he's been planning the tour since he first started dancing at the age of 12. On his first time around he had everyone out of their seats and dancing, with standing ovations each night – 2020 promises to be no different. The show combines the best moments from Strictly, intertwined with new energy and packed with choreography for the whole family.

March 7 at 7.30pm

Tickets from £27.50

SEC, Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8YW

Lewis Capaldi

Fresh from his two Brit Award wins, Lewis Capaldi returns for his first arena tour. From playing in bars less than two years ago to two nights at the Hydro, it’s been a whirlwind few years for Capaldi, with his song Someone You Loved having gained over one billion streams. Earning himself his first American No1 this year, it seems things are on the up for this singing sensation. With an incredible voice and heartfelt lyrics along with an infectious personality, there’s nothing not to love about everyone’s favourite Scottish singer.

March 5–6 from 6.30pm

Tickets from £27.50

The SSE Hydro, Exhibition Way, Glasgow, G3 8YW

Dial M for Murder

TV and stage favourite Tom Chambers stars in this brand new production as the charismatic and manipulative Tony Wendice – an ex-tennis pro who has given it up for his wife Margot. But when he discovers she has been unfaithful, his mind turns to revenge and the pursuit of the ‘perfect crime’. Also feautring Coronation Street’s Christopher Harper and Hollyoaks’ Michael Salami, the story was made famous by Alfred Hitchcock’s world-renowned film.

March 3–March 7

Tickets from £13

Theatre Royal, 282 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 3QA

We Are In Time

This striking new theatrical production is a bold collaboration between four forward-thinking companies and artists. Through song, instrumental music and words, audiences will be told the extraordinary story of a transplanted heart, written by Pamela Carter. Guided through the story of two people about to be irrevocably connected through an incredible scientific feat.

March 6 at 7.30pm

Tickets from £20

Eden Court, Bishops Road, Inverness, IV3 5SA

Backstage Tour: King’s Theatre

There’s so much to discover about Edinburgh's King’s Theatre that most people don’t know. It opened in 1905 with the pantomime Cinderella and it has a burn running right underneath. The backstage tour of the King’s is a great chance to go behind the scenes and see the workings of the theatre. Take a trip down memory lane as you’re guided through the theatre’s interesting history.

March 7 from 10.30am

Tickets from £10

King’s Theatre, 2 Leven Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9LQ