What’s On In Scotland: Five things to do tonight

Hunter Hayes will perform tonight at the O2 ABC, Glasgow Picture: Craig Shipp

Hunter Hayes will perform tonight at the O2 ABC, Glasgow Picture: Craig Shipp

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OUR daily briefing gives you the run-down on the most exciting cultural events going on in Scotland this evening

MUSIC: HUNTER HAYES

American country artist Hunter Hayes is performing at the ABC in Glasgow as part of his Let’s Be Crazier tour.

The 22-year-old has already been nominated four times for a Grammy, won the Country Music Awards (CMA) New Artist of the Year, and is the youngest male to top the Billboard Hot Country sound chart, and is bringing that Southern charm here.

ABC, Glasgow

THEATRE: BRAVE NEW WORLD

The world premier adaptation of Brave New World is making its debut at the King’s Theatre in Edinburgh.

Directed by James Dacre, find yourself transported into a world where people are always happy and getting what they want, and love and empathy have given way to lust and pleasure. The fabric of this community is threatened when Lenina learns the pain of love and rises up against the World State.

Adapted by playwright Dawn King with original background score by These New Puritans.

King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

EXHIBITION: SALLY-ANN PROVAN: LA CURIEUSE FLEURISTE

Edinburgh-based milliner Sally-Ann Provan is putting on the first exhibition of her couture collection. Featuring photographs from Alistair Clark and film by Tao-Anas Le Thanh, the exhibition melds modern technologies with traditional techniques, creating transparent pieces from acrylic, resins and mother of pearl.

Hill Street Design House, Edinburgh

EVENT: GLASGOW’S MUSIC MILE

Glasgow is steeped in musical history, so what better way to learn it than on a walking tour?

From the Royal Concert Hall to the legendary King Tut’s, learn about the city’s musical past, following in the footsteps of classic bands like Oasis, Blur and the Manic Street Preachers.

2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

VENUE: OKTOBERFEST ON THE DISCOVERY QUAY

Live bands, authentic German food and a plethora of real ales, ciders and continental beers, Oktoberfest on the Discovery Quay is an unmissable event – and it’s for charity.

Hosted by the Dundee City Rotary Charity, the event will run from 6pm and all profits will go towards local charitable causes. Featured bands will include Raj Bandicoot, Unknown on Sunday, Pretty Shameless, and TonkaJ R Slims.

Discovery Quay, Dundee

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