10 things to do this week: Theatre, music and comedy

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IRON: Translating Territories

January 29 – February 6. To free. Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL.

This exhibit from the Royal Scottish Academy showcases diverse understandings of the world around us as well as the potential and complexity of iron, a material that has been used throughout history. The exhibition will showcase the work of a pan-European group of artists, all bringing a unique perspective on how iron can be used in our lives and in art.

https://royalscottishacademy.viewingrooms.com/

Banff Mountain Film Festival

January 30. Tickets from £17.50. Festival Theatre, 13/29 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9FT.

This film festival presents a new collection of short films from the most prestigious mountain film festival in the world. The films come from the world’s best filmmakers and adventure explorers who push their limits in some of the most remote and amazing corners of the globe. There are two shows during the day, both showing a different selection of films.

https://www.capitaltheatres.com/

Fatal attraction

February 1-5. Tickets from £23. Kings Theatre, 2 Leven Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9LQ.

Based on the film, James Dearden’s new play Fatal Attraction brings this classic thriller to audiences across Scotland. The show stars multi-award winning actress and British pop sensation Kym Marsh as the iconic Alex Forrest.

https://www.capitaltheatres.com

Festival Handle: Wildlife

January 29 – February 5. Pay what you can. 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh EH9 1PL.

Fauna is a series of ten large format posters with a tailor-made augmented reality application to discover on your smartphone. Visitors can explore the imaginary worlds hidden behind the graphic prints in this exhibition.

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Big Garden Bird watch

January 30. To free. Dreel Hall, High Street West, Anstruther, KY10 3DJ.

Join the Anstruther and District Allotment Association for a day of birding in Dreelside Woods. Start the day by making bird feeders followed by an hour of bird watching before heading inside for a hot chocolate.

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Blind Tiger Comedy – Year of the Tiger Special

February 1. Tickets from £6. Ooh Mami, 7 Bernard Street, Leith, EH6 6PW.

Leith’s Monthly Comedy Night returns for a night of stand-up comedy featuring some of the best comedians on the circuit. The evening will be hosted by Michael Welch fresh off a sold-out Edinburgh Fringe race. There’s a great cast to choose from and multi-award winner Liam Withnail will headline the show.

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When the fish start crawling

January 29. Tickets from £22. Town Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ.

Scottish composer and producer Jim Sutherland presents one of his most ambitious projects to date. The project, created in collaboration with BAFTA-winning filmmaker Morag McKinnon, explores the climate crisis and humanity’s relationship to nature through the lens of Caithness’ birthplace in Sutherland.

https://www.celticconnections.com/

Dalmeny Ladies Day

January 29. Tickets from £40. Dalmeny Park House Hotel, Lochibo Road, Barrhead, G78 1LG.

Join the Dalmeny Park House Hotel for a fun night out, just for the girls. Perfect for family, friends or a day at the office. Tickets include a glass of bubbly on arrival, a three-course meal plus a Take That tribute party and DJ to see the rest of the night.

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An Edinburgh Burns Night

January 29. Tickets from £62 per person. Near Warriston, 2 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1PG.

Start your evening with a guided tour of The Real Mary King’s Close, exploring the uniquely preserved streets and spaces beneath Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Afterwards, guests will be escorted to Amber Restaurant at the top of the Royal Mile where you will be treated to a three-course Burns Taste of Scotland menu.

https://bit.ly/TRMKC_BurnsNight2022

Manipulate Festival: Acqua Alta – The Crossing of the Mirror

January 29 – February 5. Pay what you can. 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh South, EH9 1PL.

Acqua Alta is an interactive virtual reality installation retracing the odyssey of a man and a woman faced with rising waters. Through the screen of a smartphone, the pages of a paper pop-up book become the stage for a dance performance.

Visitors will receive instructions on how to download the app to their smartphone and tablets will be available for those without access to a device.

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Charlotte Cohen


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