We know it’s quite some time off, but if you need a reason to head Northwards later this year and have never visited Aberdeen before, maybe this could help you decide.
The British Science Festival will be running from September 4th – 9th and has a programme packed with various events sure to entertain those of all ages. The festival is being hosted by the renowned University Of Aberdeen, and while in the ‘Granite City’ there will be many other summer events taking place to compliment your stay.
You can find out much more about the science festival on the official site here.
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March 15th – April 1st 2012 Various venues across Glasgow.
Glasgow’s comedy festival has been entertaining residents and visitors of this famously vibrant city since 2003. The festival has grown to include more than 300 shows, held in dozens of venues across the city. If you are familiar with Edinburgh’s comedy festival and have enjoyed shows there, the smaller Glasgow event should be right up your street.
The festival is popular and well-known throughout Scotland and the UK, so if you are planning to visit from outside the city be sure to book your Glasgow hotels early to avoid disappointment.
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“Scotland-wide celebrations for the Year of Creative Scotland 2012 have been mapped out by the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs.
On a visit to Glasgow Print Studio, Fiona Hyslop unveiled a map representing our creative nation by artist Murray Robertson as she confirmed more details of the 2012 programme.
The Year of Creative Scotland 2012 will begin with a bang this Hogmanay, with a spectacular fireworks display in Scotland’s capital, and will continue until December 31, 2012. Through an exciting programme celebrating our world-class events, festivals, culture and heritage, the year puts Scotland’s creativity in the global spotlight with a More >
With only weeks until xmas, the usual array of incredible festive celebrations, including late night shopping and a surprise-filled Treasure Hunt, it’s little wonder that Edinburgh has been voted the best place in the UK to enjoy Christmas and Hogmanay. This year you can enjoy the German Market, the stunning Big Wheel and one of the largest outdoor ice rinks in Europe, the city’s streets come alive with an incredible, bustling atmosphere thanks to a magical programme of festive events and activities, starting from the end of November right up to the beginning of January.
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