Five Stuff You Should Do This Week


Live Operating Room

Join Sam Piri and Amy Straughan, award-winners, as they discuss all about the human body. In each live episode, they take a close look at a new patient’s anatomy and head into the operating room to investigate the human body’s structure in ways never before possible.

5 and 7 of Jan. 10-11 a.m.

Tickets from GBP 14.99 event

Digital Season RSNO

Many of the guest artists and original music performed by the RSNO, with a few surprises for guests, can now be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home following a redesign of the 2020-21 season. All concerts will be streamed during the winter months, available via subscription or on a pay-per-concert basis, and past events can be viewed after the fact.

January from February 2021

Prices from £ 2.50

Event online

Rapunzel Rapunzel

In a new online format, the National Theatre of Scotland has partnered with Historic Environment Scotland to offer you Rapunzel: A Hairy Fairy Tale Adventure. Audiences will watch the show from the comfort of their own homes with a “pay what you can” style, shot in the beautiful setting of Stirling Castle, so that everyone can enjoy the festivities this winter.

December 23, 2020 – January 4, 2021

Pay what you can online event

Paths to Other Places – Drawing Parallels

This latest exhibition at Linlithgow Burghalls features work by James Cosgrove. Predominantly rooted in drawing, the exhibition features works by Cosgrove inspired by notes he made in his journals and traced on cardboard or canvas. The paintings and drawings Cosgrove makes rarely refer to places or circumstances, but are the result of grouping seemingly disparate actions into an indeterminate plot line.

1 – 24 January 2021


Online event—Drawing-Parallels–James-Cosgrove


This show by Traverse Theatre Company takes a unique look at the very strange world we now find ourselves in and its impact on those who must still remain in their homes. After a successful run in August, Matilda Ibni’s alien play Shielders returns for a limited run this winter.

December 1, 2020 – January 31, 2021

Pay what you can online event

Charlotte Cohen


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