With the help of expert tutors, the Centre for Lifelong Learning at University of Strathclyde have developed an exciting range of classes to help keep you busy during July and August!
My Health Scotland are running an online 'Lockdown Life Changer' that will help improve all aspects of your fitness and nutrition!
Alzheimer Scotland's Dementia Advisor is now delivering free, interactive and informative online Dementia Friends information sessions throughout East Renfrewshire.
Move More is a programme of physical activity, advice and support for people at all stages of the cancer journey, contact the Macmillan East Ren team and find out how to get involved.
Scottish and international artists will reinvent artworks from American artist Allan Kaprow’s career across Jupiter Artland this summer.
A public trail of artworks by Scottish artists in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, led by creative producer Wezi Mhura.
Café 1505 has extended its outdoor seating into the courtyard of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Come and join us between 12pm - 8pm each day - no reservation required!
Calvin Z. Laing revisits the neighbourhood of his childhood in the suburbs of Edinburgh to present a new online performance Calvin & Jogging, filmed by Jen Martin.
This group exhibition, on now at the Scottish Ornithologists Club, brings together work by Emily Ingrey-Counter, Helen Kennedy and Liz Myhill!
Looking to entertain the kids? Come and spot our cuddly corgis hiding around Britannia’s tour route.
Have fun discovering Edinburgh with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
DIY Art is Edinburgh Art Festival's free series of activity packs specially designed by artists, inviting you to get creative at home!
Join us for an online for this years Edinburgh Free Fringe Festival - with shows every day from August 7th to 30th!
Artist and activist, Ellie Harrison (2012 and 2014 festival programmes), divulges details of her carbon footprint for transport.
This exhibition at Birch Tree Gallery features watercolours by Susan Macintosh from the Scottish Highlands and ceramics by Emily Hughes from Wales!
Don't miss this exhibition of new works by internationally acclaimed painter and printmaker Barbara Rae CBE RA on now at Open Eye Gallery!
Open Eye Gallery presents a large-scale mixed exhibition of selected artists to toast the spirit of the August festivals and to celebrate the re-opening of the Gallery post-lockdown.
Don't miss the legendary show, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience, when it returns to the Edinburgh Fringe this August!
Come along for some good exercise and great fun with Edinburgh Ceilidhs in Lauriston Hall during the Festival Fringe!
Fringe of Colour are hosting their first ever online arts festival with over 40 films made by Black and Brown people/People of Colour throughout August 2020.
The Gilded Balloon brings you a wee bit of Virtual Fringe magic in August with a great programme of shows!
SING SIGN: a close duet reflects on the multiple ways in which we communicate. In revisiting this work, Tuulikki will present a special live performance on-line, with her collaborator Daniel Padden.
In Scotland's Year of Coasts and Waters, join us for a new exhibition at John Sinclair House where we showcase fantastic material from the HES archives.
House of Jack is offering free, live and interactive online dance classes for adults and kids.
Palace Wardens, Holly and Rudy, are recruiting some Junior Wardens – are you up for the challenge?
Intro to Japanese is a fun introduction for anyone looking to travel to Japan, explore Japanese culture, learn the language or just try something new!
Invisible Cities offer family friendly guided walking tours of Edinburgh that showcase some of the city's historical landmarks and explore the social projects that make the city what it is!
In these socially distanced talks, discover some of the fascinating stories behind the famous and not-so-famous figures memorialised in the ruins of Holyrood Abbey.
Explore the furniture, fashion, textiles, lighting, ceramics, and printed material that defined Mid-Century Modern in this exhibition on now at Dovecot Studios!
The Modern Masters Women exhibition at The Scottish Gallery seeks to look back as well as forward, celebrating major female artists throughout their history.
Peter Liversidge revisits his 2013 festival commission Flags for Edinburgh which invited buildings across the city to fly a white flag that reads HELLO.
Rae-Yen Song expands on a project for the 2018 festival, drawing on autobiography and fantasy to speak broadly and politically about foreignness and what it means to belong, or not.
Featuring work from some world renowned photograhers, much of it never seen in Scotland before, Rock Stars: Photographic Portraits is now on at Gallery-Close!
Rosalind Nashashibi shares an online presentation of her two-part film commissioned for the 2019 edition of the festival.
Ruth Ewan revisits her Sympathetic Magick (2018) project, where she invited magicians to consider how they might use their magic to change the world!
Ruth Ewan revisits her Sympathetic Magick (2018) project with an online presentation of her short film, Worker’s Song Storydeck.
Shannon Te Ao revisits With the sun aglow, I have my pensive moods, a poetic meditation on themes of love, grief, sickness and healing!
The Hand Made Map Of The World is based on an original painting made in 2012 and newly newly sited for this current presentation on the Meadows.
Following on from her 2019 Art Late performance at Dovecot Studios, Tamara MacArthur creates a new online performance.
Edinburgh's deepest secret, the Real Mary King’s Close is buried deep beneath the Royal Mile... a warren of hidden streets that has remained frozen in time since the 17th Century!
With the iconic backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, 2020 sees The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo celebrate its 70th anniversary with ‘The Platinum Edition’.
The Palace gardens are a place of both beauty and history. Find out how the gardens have evolved across the centuries in these talks during August.
Traverse is delighted to present brand new, specially created, pieces from nine Young Writers online, with performers filming in their own homes under lockdown conditions.
Live Nation has announced the Utilita Live From The Drive-In concert series, set to bring some the biggest names of UK music to the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh this Summer!
Check out ComputerXplorers SEScotland's online kids computing clubs, the perfect way to learn the latest technologies and develop invaluable tech skills.
YogaBellies Edinburgh North is holding LIVE classes, starting from Wednesday 5th August and bookings are now open!
See Fife Zoo as you’ve never seen it before on Friday and Saturday evenings throughout August!
The art of Scottish drawing is celebrated in Lines from Scotland a new exhibition on now at Dunfermline Carnegie Library and Galleries.
Pregnancy Pilates helps to reduce those aches and pains, keep you active and benefit from some social time with other expectant women.
Join Sam Mace Wellness for an online weekly Pilates class for the over 60's and strengthen your back and core, rebalance your body and improve posture through re-alignment!
Through a combination of art, literature, advertising and movies, this exhibition highlights smoking as a social practice, focusing on the period from the 1800s onwards.
Using the labyrinth, earthship, yurt and lochside gardens to mindfully connect with nature, be with others in a like minded community and get creative in a simple and easy way!
With 21 stops where you can hop on and off to visit some of the city's leading attractions, City Sightseeing Glasgow is the perfect way to explore Glasgow!
Cranside Kitchen is a new free-to-enter outdoor venue, open seven days a week with a food market and beer garden located at Rotunda North!
Have fun discovering Glasgow with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
The Pop-Up Pro's are bringing their popular food market and beer garden, Festival Village, to Glasgow's Candleriggs Square!
This is a 2.5-3 hour tour that will take you around all the main sites of the city, giving you an excellent opportunity to find out about Glasgow's rich history and culture!
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities!
Take a personal tour around RSPB Loch Lomond with a guide looking for wildlife and discovering the unique history and management of the reserve!
In this online exhibition hosted by Cyril Gerber Fine Art, explore humankind as seen through the eyes of generations of artists, observing the similarities and differences between us all.
Invisible Cities offer friendly walking tours of Glasgow that showcase some of the city's historical landmarks and explore the social projects that make the city what it is!
Loch Lomond Faerie Trail is open for the Summer with a new trail mystery, new trail decorations and a wonderful new trail activity booklet!
Local artist Lee Robertson has been working on 'Love Letter to Glasgow' an exhibition which was due to be held in Sogo Arts on the Saltmarket, he's now taken his exhibition online!
Take a walk in the countryside on the brand new family trail at National Museum of Rural Life, and see what you can spot on the way to the farm!
This year St Andrew's Hospice are challenging YOU to rock your brightest item of clothing, dust off those glow sticks and get walking for their 'Not So Midnight Walk'!
Tenement Through Time is a new, innovative and interactive exhibition which explores tenement life in New Lanark between 1881-1971!
This exhibition showcases a selection of the photographs taken during Alan Dimmick’s residency at Stirling University.
Are you interested in recent history? Researchers in French studies at the University of Stirling have launched a new free online course called ‘Remembering Empire' and it's open to everyone.
Under The Trees is offering the chance for families to undertake the John Muir Award with them. It's a fantastic outdoor learning award, and is easy to achieve - even under our current situation!