The re-introduction of Lynx into the wild; President Donald Trump’s policies on National Parks and how a local lass became a consultant herbalist for the cult TV series, Outlander, are just some topics being discussed at the Belladrum Verb Garden on Friday.
Next year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival will be out of this world as it takes on a sci-fi theme, it has been revealed.
Some 60 years ago, a group of ordinary working people set out to change the world, or, at the very least, let fellow Scots know how they felt about the then current political and social situation the country was in.
They’ve been having a whale of a time in Fortrose recently.
After the roaring success of Designosaur last year, Dynamic Earth is bringing the prehistoric world back into the digital age for this month’s half-term school holidays.
It’s appropriate that Scottish music legend Midge Ure has chosen to kick off his latest UK tour in Inverness, for the city helped shape his career and taught him how to cope with life on the road.
By the end of this year, Aberdeen Art Gallery the Cowdray Hall and Remembrance Hall buildings should be open following a major £30million redevelopment.
Attracting thousands of fans and more than 40 acts, the Hebridean Celtic Festival is celebrating its 23rd birthday in style
From small beginnings, the Hebridean Celtic Festival has grown to become a hugely successful international multi award-winning event, which doubles the population of Stornoway to around 16,000 over the four days it takes place.
Instead of searching for Nessie this winter, actress Charlotte Forbes will search for fame and fortune in Inverness.
Scottish clan chiefs are sending out a rallying call to kilted clansmen to join them at The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in August as the theme of the event this year is to be Splash of Tartan.
For more than a decade, going to see Phil Cunningham and his musical pals – many of them household names including Eddi Reader, Karen Matheson and Kris Drever – in concert has become an essential part of the festive season.
Glittering jumpsuits, big band with backing singers, showstopping tunes - it can only mean one thing. Elvis is back in the building.
Country music fans in Inverness and Aberdeen are in for a real treat as American country music spectacular Nashville Live swings into town.
The stage is set for Inverness to host two world-class piping competitions this week as hundreds of pipers from as far afield as Canada, America, New Zealand, Australia and Europe descend on the city for two days.
It feels like Christmas celebrations in Inverness have begun in earnest now that Phil Cunningham has presented his Christmas Songbook show at Eden Court.
Susan Welsh saw Eddi Reader at Eden Court, Inverness.
For the fourth night in succession I was in Eden Court reviewing a show.
The last time I was in the village of Strathpeffer it was with a friend from Austria.
It’s a tradition that’s been around for more than 500 years.
Banff Mountain Film Festival – a must for mountain lovers and adrenalin fans, writes Susan Welsh
One of the most flamboyant and charismatic stars of the original glam rock era, Marc Bolan and his band T. Rex achieved worldwide fame.
Whatever the weather holds, the outlook is sunny for the Highlands and islands this year, thanks to a host of top-class entertainment and events taking place, writes Susan Welsh
Highland Homecoming gets off to a flying start next week when the World Sheepdog Trials take place, writes Susan Welsh
War and football may seem like odd bedfellows, but author Daniel Gray is equally fascinated by both subjects.
Inverness is going to be party central, but what else is happening across the country? Here’s a selection of some of the highlights: GRANTOWN
Some guys have all the luck. Guys such as Paul Metcalfe, who considers himself lucky to possess a voice that sounds an awful lot like Rod Stewarts.
VisitScotland’s regional director, Jo Robinson, talks about what she’s looking forward to in Aberdeen and the shire this summer.
A new paperback edition of Peter Irvine’s Scotland the Best: 100 Places has been published and features 100 extraordinary Scottish places selected by Peter, accompanied by stunning images from some of Scotland’s finest photographers. Here, Peter gives us a flavour of his favourite places in the Highlands.
Chase the cobwebs away with a bracing dip – or cheer on those brave enough to take the plunge.
Fascinating speakers are heading to Inverness and Aberdeen to give inspirational talks, writes Susan Welsh
Midge Ure has had a varied career, from the mid-70s with teeny-boppers Slik, through The Rich Kids and Thin Lizzy to Ultravox and Live Aid, and of course a successful solo career.
Licensed to thrill and thoroughly entertain audiences, Hollywood legend Sir Roger Moore promises Aberdeen theatregoers a night they’ll never forget.