The end of April marks one of the most eagerly-awaited weekends in the Rocktalk calendar the Shetland Folk Festival.
An Angus musician"s career is erupting with success in America, thanks to the Icelandic volcano ash crisis.
In three weeks, Dundee Rep opens its latest production, Sondheim's musical version of Sweeney Todd.
Persistent design problems come close to scuttling a gripping tale of cat and mouse.
They're tricky things, short stories. You would think, in an era of little time and less concentration, that a short, pithy, concise read would hit the spot with those who are perpetually juggling too much to do, with too few hours to do it in.
As Kirriemuir prepares to mount a major celebration of Peter Pan creator Sir J. M. Barrie, the town is also looking towards making an annual salute to another of its successful sons Bon Scott.
Would-be students may miss out on courses because they have been duped into thinking a foreign internet company is acting on behalf of UK colleges.
A major retrospective of the Arbroath-born artist William Littlejohn, who died in 2006, is being held in The Meffan in Forfar and Arbroath Library Gallery.
A little piece of another continent will be taken to Fife this summer, as the Big Tent Festival has announced that its theme for this year is Moving with Africa.
The celebrated Blues Bonanza will boogie into its 16th year in July, bringing world-class acts to the city and joy to the streets in what has been called one of the best free festivals in the world.