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The girls are back! This time with some of your favourite iconic female artists and girl groups from the 80s, 90s and 00s! Sit back and enjoy some top hits from Spice Girls, Atomic Kitten, Madonna, Girls Aloud, Little Mix, Adele, Cher, Shania Twain…and so many more. Let's go girls!
Stirling Highland Games is back in 2022 after 3 years. The event attracts visitors from all over the world so we can provide them with an amazing cultural sporting experience.
Scotland's leading equestrian event, the Land Rover Blair Castle International Horse Trials runs 25th - 28th August, set at beautiful Blair Castle in Blair Atholl.
We are excited to be part of Loch Ness 24 on Friday 26th August - Sunday 28th August and we are looking for volunteers to help the event. We have many different roles to choose from.
The Aberdeen Mela – One World Day is a cultural event celebrating and promoting the diversity of culture and community within the local area of Aberdeen and the North East of Scotland as well as across the country.
Art Walk Porty is an annual festival of contemporary art celebrating the local artist community of Portobello.
We are planning to redesign our rooms to make them a safe attractive space for the people we support. To pull this off we will need a big helping hand.
A National Theatre of Scotland production. Written by Uma Nada-Rajah and directed by Debbie Hannan. How far will a politician go? Bold, satirical and uncomfortably funny, Exodus explores systematic deception and the indifference to human suffering.
Doors Open Days is part of a Europe-wide celebration known as European Heritage Days with events taking place every September in 50 countries and over 20 million visits recorded annually. Coordinated nationally by the Scottish Civic Trust, a variety of different buildings will take part in the programme all over Scotland.
Join our Kiltie team for the Edinburgh Kiltwalk 2022! You’ll be supporting thousands of walkers across our 24-mile route whilst also having fun, making friends and creating memorable experiences that will last forever.