1. The main man Lewis Capaldi, live in your living room tonight at 7pm. Yes, the man who has taken he world by storm in the past few years is doing a free online gig. Just pour yourself a beer or phone a wee cocktail delivery and switch on. Starts at 7pm until 10pm and all the details are at www.facebook.com/Live-Streaming-Concert

2. Also live streaming is the one and only rock god himself, Mr Lenny Kravitz. His gig in Stuttgart is available all over the world via the kind folk at Live Streaming Concerts. The tour is named Here To Love. Let’s show him some love. The show kicks off on Wednesday at 5pm. Register at www.lennykravitz.launchaco.com

3. Stand with the Sudanese community in Scotland with this Black Lives Matter solidarity event. Today from 2pm-4pm the community will meet at Holyroo Palace in Edinburgh (please observe social distancing) to draw attention to human rights abuses, including the Mears Group “asylum hotels” scandal, a Home Office-approved “solution” that further abuses people’s human rights under lockdown. More information at www.facebook.com/events/313076879849692

4. The youth branch of the SNP, the YSI (right now chaired by Cailyn McMahon) is holding a launch event for the south of Scotland region. If you live or study or work in the south of Scotland and you are a young member of the SNP and the indy movement then please register for the Zoom meeting at www.facebook.com/events/563971707847654. Remember Bowie’s words “… and these children that you spit on as they try to change their world are immune to your consultation, they’re quite aware what they’re going through.” ’Mon the young team!

5. Dive in Cinema: A two-week online screening series co-programmed by a cohort of Scottish independent exhibitors and film festivals, co-ordinated by Glasgow Short Film Festival. The project offers a variety of fiction, documentary and experimental features and short films, as well as conversations with filmmakers, all the details at www.glasgowshort.org/online

6. The National Theatre of Scotland has been entertaining us in lockdown with live screening of Scenes for Survival. This week it’s “the one with the lockdown”. The blurb tells us that Ash and Charlie are two regular, same-sex flatmates. Stuck indoors during lockdown, they eat together, laugh together and watch shows together. But one night over dinner, stuck in a routine that they’re both just a little too comfortable with, something happens that might just turn their friendship on its head. Available at www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/latest/the-one-with-the-lockdown

7. This weekend has the launch of Stonehaven Folk Festival’s online edition, which ends today. The event includes old favourites and new acts in an exciting roster of concerts, ceilidh, workshops and sessions. The festival is also hosting the world’s first virtual World Paper’n’Comb competition, with the theme of the Eurovision Song Contest. Will we hear renditions of Iceland’s entry – the surefire winner for 2020, had Covid not robbed them of their crown? Here’s hoping. Find it a www.stonehavenfolkfestival.co.uk