Friday Adult Programme

PC Brown & Gavin Hastings: Tales from the Touchline

Harmony Marquee  /   4.30pm  /   £10  /   Buy tickets
Tomorrow’s People is delighted to have the support of rugby legends Peter Brown and Gavin Hastings in this special charity fundraiser event when they’ll talk about their love of the game and regale the audience with tales from the touchline. > MORE

Sounds of Science with Evelyn Glennie, Jill Jarman and Christopher Lloyd

The Times Marquee  /   5.45pm - 7.15pm  /   £20  /   Buy tickets
The Sounds of Science is simply unmissable – it’s the first time the festival has mounted a performance event on this scale. The world’s greatest percussionist, Dame Evelyn Glennie will perform a groundbreaking soundscape... > MORE

Scottish Opera : A Little bit of the Mikado

Scottish Opera Trailer, St Mary's Rd  /   5.45pm - 6.15pm  /   £10, £8 (c)  /   Buy tickets
Scottish Opera is back, bringing us more great pop-up operas from its theatre on wheels! This 25-minute adaptation of one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular comic operas features some of their most recognisable tunes... > MORE

Mr Darley's Arabian

Harmony Marquee  /   6.00pm  /   £12, £10 (c)  /   Buy tickets
95% of all thoroughbred horses are descended from one animal, an Arab stallion shipped from Aleppo to Yorkshire in 1704... > MORE

Michael Forsyth

Bruce Stevenson Marquee  /   6.00pm  /   £12, £10 (c)  /   Buy tickets
Former Secretary of State for Scotland, Michael is an outspoken Conservative politician who does not equivocate on the great issues of the day. > MORE

Hollie McNish - Nobody Told Me

Knight Frank Marquee  /   6.00pm  /   £10, £8 (c)  /   Buy tickets
The phenomenal spoken word artist performs poems and stories from her new collection. Prepare yourself for the raw energy and passion of Hollie’s very personal poetic take on parenthood... > MORE

Scottish Opera : A little bit of Mikado

Scottish Opera Trailer, St Mary's Rd  /   6.45pm - 7.15pm  /   £10, £8 (c)  /   Buy tickets
Scottish Opera is back, bringing us more great pop-up operas from its theatre on wheels! This 25-minute adaptation of one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular comic operas features some of their most recognisable tunes... > MORE

Kathy Lette

Harmony Marquee  /   7.45pm  /   £12, £10 (c)  /   Buy tickets
In The Boy Who Fell to Earth, Kathy wrote a story based on her personal experience of her son’s Asperger’s Syndrome. Jules now has a new role in Holby City... > MORE

Memories of a Lullaby - The Need to Remember and the Wish to Forget

Bruce Stevenson Marquee  /   7.45pm  /   £10  /   Buy tickets
Memories of a Lullaby is a one-woman show about theatre-maker, performer and visual artist Saras Feijoo’s experience of growing up in Venezuela. Drawn from multiple true stories, it reveals the constant tension between horror and beauty, despair and hope... > MORE

Ian McGuire : The North Water

Knight Frank Marquee  /   7.45pm  /   £8, £6 (c)  /   Buy tickets
An industry in its death throes, a remorseless killer, a cursed captain and a devious plot - this is the world Patrick Sumner finds himself thrown into as he boards an Arctic whaling ship in this atmospheric historical thriller... > MORE

Mike Rutherford

The Times Marquee  /   8.00pm  /   £14, £12 (c)  /   Buy tickets
Genesis are the stuff of rock and roll legend and for almost 50 years they have made great music. At their heart is Mike Rutherford, one of only two original members... > MORE

Scottish Opera : A little bit of Figaro

Scottish Opera Trailer, St Mary's Rd  /   8.00pm - 8.30pm  /   £10, £8 (c)  /   Buy tickets
Scottish Opera is back, bringing us more great pop-up operas from its theatre on wheels! In a 25-minute adaptation of Mozart’s irresistible opera, A Little Bit of Figaro...  > MORE

Evelyn Glennie in Conversation with Kirsty Wark

The Times Marquee  /   9.30pm  /   £14, £12 (c)  /   Buy tickets
The world’s premier solo percussionist, Evelyn was born in Aberdeenshire where she learned to play the clarinet and the mouth organ. She can still play the bagpipes... > MORE

Call me Dave

Harmony Marquee  /   9.30pm  /   £12, £10 (c)  /   Buy tickets
People call the Prime Minister lots of things, as this notorious and unauthorised biography reveals. Isabel Oakeshott traces David Cameron’s rise from television PR man to member of parliament, leader of his party and eventually leader of the country... > MORE

Cera Impala and The New Prohibition

Bruce Stevenson Marquee  /   9.30pm - 10.45pm  /   £10  /   Buy tickets
Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Cera Impala is a banjo-wielding mama who oozes wild style. Her voice is both unique and timeless, and her writing style just as magical... > MORE
 
 

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