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Sat 21 Sep - Wed 25 Sep
Saving her parents and solving a mystery.
21/09 - 06/10
The continuing story of the Crawley family, on the Big Screen!
22/09 - 26/09
Traditional songs in Gaelic and Scots.
James Corden gives a Tony Award-winning performance in this hilarious West End and Broadway hit...
A brand-new show from the award-winning Glaswegian chanteuse and University of Stirling Alumni.
A family don't tell their grandmother that she only has a short while left to live.
27/09 - 03/10
A trip back in time... marking 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
They've grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back...
Racial tensions escalate and the stakes are raised...
The hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show!
28/09 - 06/10
Stirling Guides and Scouts return with their new production for 2019.
02/10 - 05/10
Meet new people and share your creative ideas!
04/10 - 06/12
An astronaut undertakes a mission to uncover the truth about his missing father.
04/10 - 17/10
The wives of New York gangsters in Hell's Kitchen in the 1970s continue to operate their husbands' rackets after they're locked up in prison.
04/10 - 09/10
Learn new skills and share your hobbies with friends old and new.
"Arthur Miller's classic, A View From A Bridge is set in Broo...
07/10 - 08/10
Complex characters, fast-moving action and comedy.
Inspired by the birds and extraordinary plants that live on the bog.
Falkirk's hardest woman is back with a double bill!
Peter and Matthew support each other through their anxiety and autism.
Veera uses Live Action Role Playing to guide her brother through his difficult life.
Scheme birds either get locked up or knocked up...
A woman who re-wrote the rule book and re-invented the role of women in rock'n'roll.
Your chance to book early for one of the documentaries in the 2019 Central Scotland Documentary Festival...
Peter and Matthew support each other through each others anxiety and autism.
An annual celebration of noise, colour, culture, creativity, unity and endeavour.
Looking at the life of legendary 60 Minutes newsman, Mike Wallace.
A stunning stage adaptation of the classical tale of teatime mayhem.
12/10 - 13/10
How will robots and artificial intelligence change our lives?
Falling in love, getting marries and giving birth to Sama.
Exploring a flawed International Criminal Court war crimes trial.
Davide Bifolco, aged 16, was shot by a policeman who mistook him for a fugitive in 2014...
The Met: Live in HD presents Turandot
12/10 - 17/10
Shaping a new reality for the next generation of transgender sex workers.
Telling the life and story of Ella Fitzgerald.
Following the first-hand dangers facing refugees seeking asylum.
Cycling from Oklahoma to California in honour of the Dust Bowl migration of the 1930s.
Women had to fight for equality at work and home.
Four survivors and twelve young people come together to reconstruct the survivors' memories of what happened in Utoya that day.
Three people with hugely contradictory and social beliefs come together.
Travelling 20,000 miles by bike, kayak and rowing boat.
Going behind the scenes and below the belt of Joey Ryan's life.
Running a private ambulance in one of Mexico's wealthiest neighbourhoods.
A gay, transgender man is unprepared for the physical and emotional realities of pregnancy.
Interactive workshops, festivities and theatre-making!
14/10 - 18/10
Shedding light on the life and work of the Grierson sisters.
Experimenting on patients using sensory deprivation, forced comas and LSD injections.
A big screen tribute to an iconic funny-man.
A bittersweet theatrical rom-com.
Stories, sketches, songs and more - anything is possible.
Tommy Tiernan is back to rant, rave, dance and act!
Featuring a flying fish, fashion on a tin can and a mermaid who isn't afraid to make an exhibition of herself.
Shakespeare's most famous romantic comedy will be captured live from the Bridge Theatre in London.
A comedy of domestic drama across two generations.
Young people transforming from star struck pupils to superstars.
24/10 - 26/10
The Met: Live in HD presents Manon
Dance workshop with Thomas Small, multi-award winning Choreographer and Artistic Director of Dundee-based company, Shaper/Caper, exploring themes in their new production, The Unwanted.
Join contemporary urban artists from Recoat Design to learn new creative techniques.
Hear about Gordon's global travels!
Enjoy a wide variety of styles performed on accordion and violin with ...
A mixed programme that highlights the versatility of The Royal Ballet.
Part of the National Theatre Live's 10th birthday season.
The Met: Live in HD presents Madama Butterfly
09/11 - 10/11
Filmed live at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
10/11 - 12/11
Bringing the natural world to the big screen.
Browse a selection of works by Scottish-based artists and pick up a Christmas gift of two!
20/11 - 05/01
Another panto extravaganza not to be missed!
22/11 - 31/12
Have a browse around some Christmas stalls of arts and crafts.
The Met: Live in HD present Akhnaten
A fun-filled, interactive Christmas adventure!
26/11 - 24/12
A giddy and surprisingly modern reflection on fame, desire and loneliness.
A charming and funny story of love, mischief and mechanical dolls.
Discover a magical journey to the Land of Snow and Kingdom of Sweets.
17/12 - 18/12
The Met: Live in HD presents Wozzeck
A classic ballet, sure to cast it's spell over anyone.
Pushing to the limits in the most remote corners of the world.
Find out what's in store this season!
Young love in 19th-century Paris.
The Met: Live in HD presents Porgy and Bess
01/02 - 02/02
Craig Hill is back and raising a glass to his 20th solo show!
Telling the beautiful story of Odette and the Prince who falls in love with her.
14/02 - 15/02
The momentous life and cereer of the cellist Jacqueline du Pré.
Scotland’s cheekiest, spiky-haired scamp is back!
26/02 - 29/02
The Met: Live in HD presents Agrippina
Monument Dance showcase ballet, tap, jazz and contemporary dance!
13/03 - 15/03
The Met: Live in HD presents: Der Fliegende Hollander
An uplifting story of risk and triumph.
Breathing new life into what is arguably the best-known and most-loved classical ballet.
01/04 - 05/04
The Met: Live in HD presents Tosca
11/04 - 12/04
Two opera classics are drawn together in this re-creation of life in a south Italian village.
The Met: Live in HD presents Maria Stuarda.
A selection of original works by Ballet West.
An epic journey through the afterlife.
A thrilling and audacious adaptation of Greek tragedy.
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