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What's On in Stirling
Stirling what's on. Lots of events and things to do around the area. Theatre, cinema, events, concerts, tickets, courses, classes, charity events, lectures outdoor events.
Located in the heart of the old town of Stirling, an intimate venue for music, performance, exhibitions and arts classes. Re-opened in 2002, after a sensational restoration and redesign by award winning architect Richard Murphy, Stirling Tolbooth has quickly established a reputation as one of the best live music venues in the country.
A relaxing family friendly venue, macrobert stirling provides a huge variety of activities for all ages in the heart of the University of Stirling, ranging from live performances, movies, an arts based creche, workshops, exhibitions, birthday parties, a fully licensed cafe, bar and restaurant. The very best in live entertainment with the macrobert cinema in Stirling offering an excellent choice of movies.
Vue Cinema Stirling is located on the Forthside waterfront development. It boasts wall-to-wall and ceiling-to-floor screens. All auditoriums have Dolby Digital Surround Sound and the latest digital projectors to provide the ultimate picture and sound quality. The cinema has 1,061 seats over eight screens and is the biggest cinema in Stirling.
Entertainment for all the family. Music, drama, courses, classes, concerts, conferences, flower shows, fashion shows and much much more. The Albert Halls has been at the heart of Stirling's artistic and civic life for over 100 years, acting as a focus for the local community. The Albert Halls are only a few minutes walk from Stirling City Centre.
Stirling Museum, Art Gallery, Cafe, Aillie's Garden, Meeting Rooms. The Stirling Smith first opened to the public in August 1874, and has served Stirling for over 130 years. The Smith holds one of the most important collections in Scotland, spanning centuries of Scottish, British and World history.
Visit Stirling University Art Collection, A hidden treasure contained within a masterpiece of post-war Modernist architecture. Open to the public 7 days a week with a changing schedule of exhibitions. Much of the work was purchased in the late Sixties and the Seventies and Comprises over 500 works including paintings, sketches, tapestries, sculpture and silver.
Looking for something to do with your leisure time. You are sure to find something that suits your interests with this selection of activities, courses and classes that are taking place all over Stirling and the Surrounding area.
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