The year-long programme of events will be celebrating the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.
November 2014 Events
Events across Scotland in November 2014.
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too!
Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
School holiday festival that introduces children to animals with fun events & quizs
A weekend of non-stop fiddle music, including talks, concerts, masterclasses, workshops, recitals and ceilidhs.
The Real Scottish Christmas Fair will bring together Scottish makers, designers & traders from across Scotland.
Scotland Sings takes place throughout the year, giving visitors the chance to sing in public through a series of events around the country.
The stall holders from the Angus Farmers' Market will be looking out their tartan bonnets to take part in the Tartan Week festivities. This is a chance to celebrate Scottish people, heritage and culture and of course to sample all the market brings with first class local produce.
Explore a full range of whiskies and exclusive ale. Open seven days a week. Holidays: 25th and 26th of December and the 1st and 2nd of January.
Now into the third week, Glasgow Beer Week is celebrated in different venues throughout Glasgow. What more needs to be said!
Founded in 1993, with appearances by Sir Ian McKellen and Rhona Cameron, the Glasgay! festival celebrates its 21st anniversary in 2014.
An eclectic programme of arts and music that extends over five-weeks. The events will be taking place at arts venues, public buildings, craft workshops, hotels, pubs, Cafes and theatres across East Dunbartonshire, taking the event through the villages and towns before the grand finale at Mugdock Country Park with the week-long music festival.
Set out on a ghostly candlelit tour of Traquair. Meet Traquair’s numerous ghosts and hear a few tall tales along the way.
Now into the 10th year, this festival features a full lineup of wonderful concerts featuring the finest of Scotland's musical talent as well as some international guests.
A celebration of the rich woodland culture and ancient Hallowe'en rites of the Borders in a variety of locations around the beautiful Tweed Valley.
Experience the best of contemporary songs along with folk, traditional songs in this interesting 10 day event, which has evolved to be an important event in Scotland's musical calendar.
Scotland's international film festival for young audiences (3+) taking place annually over three weekends at Dundee Contemporary Arts.
Africa in Motion is a largely volunteer-run festival, founded in 2006 by Lizelle Bisschoff. This film festival spans both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Heralding the culture of African film-making with an eclectic range of works, films are often accompanied by directors’ Q&As, workshops, music performances and arts exhibitions.
Skye's first Swing and Jazz festival in different locations around the Island. Looks like it will be great fun! The festival includes swing, big band, jitterbug and jive showcasing new and established stars in the Scottish jazz world. This years festival has a 1920's theme.
A city-wide celebration of science that offers fun, entertainment, inspiration and curiosity for all ages, The diverse programme features hands-on workshops, science shows, lectures, debates, comedy, exhibitions and a schools programme.
Now in its third year, St Andrews Food & Drink Festival will offer a month long celebration of food and drink in and around the beautiful town of St Andrews. Some of the attarctions this yera include chef demonstrations, tastings, special Festival menus in venues across town, an extended Fife Farmers’ Market with pop-up restaurant, and events involving a wide range of delicacies.
15 years since the first event back in 1998, the Dundee Dance Event brings together party people for a day dedicated to the celebration of house music.
The Highland's capital hosts their annual fireworks display. Display begins at 7.30pm
A small festival of film premieres and a handpicked selection of works by international debutant directors.
A small traditional music festival set to brighten up the otherwise dreary month of November.
The Royal Marine band feature in one of the largest remembrance concerts in Britain.
A six-day event that will bring together some of the world's most talented fencers from 30 countries who will vie for Commonwealth glory. Visitors will also get a chance to try their hands at fencing alongside. There will be a range of many other family friendly activities and refreshment stalls.
The Saltire is a week-long festival of music, culture and heritage. East Lothian is the birthplace of the Scottish Flag and The Saltire Festival celebrates this fact alongside St Andrew's Day.