This month’s events

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  1. Where The Brazen Bands Shall Play

    Where The Brazen Bands Shall Play

    The premiere of a new commission commemorating HMS Unicorn's role in the First World War. An IWM 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund commission in partnership with Unicorn Preservation Society. Composed by Michael Betteridge & performed by The Wallace Collection and Kingdom...

  2. Payday Party

    Payday Party

    On the last Friday of every month enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco and nibbles. Plus we'll have live bands. - Free

    On the last Friday of every month enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco and nibbles. Plus we'll have live bands such as Calvin, Joker in the Hole and Huge Mouse Unplugged. Served to the first 50...

  3. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient artefact or bring a stuffed animal to life. Easy going, all talents welcome. We'll provide the materials. No booking...

  4. Where The Brazen Bands Shall Play

    Where The Brazen Bands Shall Play

    The premiere of a new commission commemorating HMS Unicorn's role in the First World War. An IWM 14-18 NOW Legacy Fund commission in partnership with Unicorn Preservation Society. Composed by Michael Betteridge & performed by The Wallace Collection and Kingdom...

  5. Payday Party

    Payday Party

    On the last Friday of every month enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco and nibbles. Plus we'll have live bands. - Free

    On the last Friday of every month enjoy a complimentary glass of Prosecco and nibbles. Plus we'll have live bands such as Calvin, Joker in the Hole and Huge Mouse Unplugged. Served to the first 50...

  6. Acting Up: Rehearsed Reading

    Acting Up: Rehearsed Reading

    Tearaway Writers present - Pay What You Can £12.00 / £10.00 / £8.00

    A night of performed writing, featuring darkly humorous, dramatic, and comedic plays by the talented local writing group, the Tearaway Writers. Running time: 1h 45m Ages 12+ Contains some sensitive subjects such as death and...

  7. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient artefact or bring a stuffed animal to life. Easy going, all talents welcome. We'll provide the materials. No booking...

  8. Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra

    Tommy Smith Youth Jazz Orchestra

    Free-£12

    Since its formation in 2002, the TSYJO has become synonymous with performances that channel the energy, creativity, and excitement of jazz and celebrate the work of the music's greatest composers. Hear the future of jazz as these young musicians showcase their prodigious skills and enthralling...

  9. Public lecture by Professor Stephen Gardiner

    Public lecture by Professor Stephen Gardiner

    Beyond institutional denial: a global constitutional convention for future generations

    Join CEPPA (Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs) for a public lecture on climate justice as part of Climate Week. The lecture will be given by Professor Stephen Gardiner of the University of Washington. Humanity is in deep institutional denial. Current institutions are failing future generations, in part because there is a governance...

  10. James V: Katherine

    James V: Katherine

    Raw Material and Capital Theatres present - Pay What You Can: £20, £18, £16

    "If a young woman made you smile, you wouldny want to see her set on fire, would you?" Katherine Hamilton is a nineteen-year-old woman facing arrest and trial in the King's court, with only her quick wit as defence against execution. James V: Katherine is a dramatic interpretation of key events during a turbulent...

  11. Evidence Based Early Diagnosis (EBED) Conference

    Evidence Based Early Diagnosis (EBED) Conference

    Exploring new diagnostics -- big promise, big challenge

    Are you an innovator, researcher, clinician, policy-maker, or regulator who is interested in early diagnosis? You might be a patient, a member of the public, or a shareholder in a company making exciting technology in this area. If so, join the Mackenzie Institute for Early Diagnosis to explore what success looks like for the...

  12. Knox Lecture 2024 --- Professor Elizabeth Anderson

    Knox Lecture 2024 --- Professor Elizabeth Anderson

    Categorical inequality and the economy of esteem

    The Knox Lecture is an annual public lecture in the area of philosophy. This year's speaker is Professor Elizabeth Anderson (Michigan), who will be speaking on the topic of 'Categorical inequality and the economy of Esteem'. Social theorists have had considerable empirical success in modeling social hierarchy in terms of 'categorical inequality'. In this...

  13. Centre for Energy Ethics: Long Field Loop by Rebecca Sharp

    Centre for Energy Ethics: Long Field Loop by Rebecca Sharp

    FREE but please book

    Join Poet, playwright, and interdisciplinary artist Rebecca Sharp for the finale of her Centre for Energy Ethics resicdency, where she will launch her new collection of poems, Long Field Loop. When so much of moving forward includes looking back, the poems in Long Field Loop make space for making amends --- a space where...

  14. ROH 23/24 Season: Message in a Bottle (12A)

    ROH 23/24 Season: Message in a Bottle (12A)

    The peaceful village of Bebko is alive with joyous celebrations. Suddenly, under attack, everything changes forever. Three siblings, Leto, Mati and Tana, must embark on perilous journeys in order to survive. Message In A Bottle is a spectacular new dance--theatre show from five--time Olivier Award nominee, Kate Prince, inspired by and set to the...

  15. Quantification and the Persepolis Fortification Archive

    Quantification and the Persepolis Fortification Archive

    An exploratory workshop

    With more than 15,000 original texts, the Persepolis Fortification Archive is one of the largest surviving governmental archives from the ancient world. The surviving texts date from the 13th to the 28th regnal years of Darius I (509 to 493 BCE), with the majority falling between regnal years 21 and 24. The archive records...

  16. "Protest and Persistence: Analysing the Sweida Movement's Dynamics and Future Pathways."

    "Protest and Persistence: Analysing the Sweida Movement's Dynamics and Future Pathways."

    "The protest movement that erupted in Sweida last year continues to gain attention, particularly as it unfolds in a region predominantly inhabited by the Druzes. These protests, primarily led by the Druze community, a prominent religious minority in the region, have been driven by grievances over economic deterioration, corruption, and the demand for political...