Entertainment listings: 16 - 22 August
Taking lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender life as its theme, this exhibition includes work by David Hockney and Nan Goldin.
GoMA, Glasgow (0141-287 3050), until 1 November
Warhol, Vija Celmins, Ellen Gallagher, Alex Katz and Damien Hirst.
National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh (0131-624 6200), until 8 November
EDVARD MUNCH: PRINTS
Containing the lithograph version of The Scream.
Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow (0141-330 5431), until 5 September
Pieces from the American video art pioneer's Passions series of silent, slow-motion films examining human emotions.
Pier Arts Centre, Orkney (01856 850 209), until 5 September
SUSANNE NIELSEN, GANGHUT AND ROB HUNTER & JOHN LOUDEN
A solo artist, a collective and a duo, all with a connection to Dundee, present work.
DCA, Dundee (01382 909 900), until 30 August
THE DISCOVERY OF SPAIN
Celebrating Spanish culture through the eyes of British artists and collectors, this exhibition covers the period from 1800 to the 1930s and includes work by Goya, Picasso, Velzquez and David Bomberg.
National Gallery Complex, Edinburgh (0131-624 6200), until 11 October
MHAIRI KILLIN: ABSENT VOICES
New craft work from the Iona-based artist exploring the traditions and heritage of her home island.
An Tobar Arts Centre, Isle of Mull (01688 302 211), until 5 September
THE LAST DAYS OF JACK SHEPPARD
Film and installation from London-based artists Anja Kirschner and David Panos focusing on the meetings between 18th-century criminal Jack Sheppard and author Daniel Defoe in the aftermath of the South Sea Bubble financial crisis.
CCA, Glasgow (0141-352 4900), until 26 September
THE BEAUTIFUL GAME
Artists and athletes from the UK and America explore the affinity between the worlds of sport and art.
Hannah Maclure Centre, University of Abertay, Dundee (01382-308 324), until 30 October (Monday to Friday)
ADAM BARKER-MILL: COLOUR PLAY
The light artist transforms the gallery with his colour creations.
Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen (01224 639 539), until 19 September
SPIN ON THIS
Recoat pedals forth and celebrates its second birthday with art inspired by bikes from the likes of Will Barras, Russell Dempster and ilovedust.
Recoat, Glasgow (0141-341 0069), until 6 September (Tuesday to Sunday)
CERITH WYN EVANS AND THROBBING GRISTLE: A>P>P>A>R>I>T>I>O>N
This collaborative sound installation from the Welsh artist and industrial music collective uses mirror mobiles and "audio spotlight panels" to create a sculptural experience that is never twice the same.
Tramway, Glasgow (0845 330 3501), until 27 September
THE TIES THAT BIND
More Homecoming fare with six artists, three local – Hugh McIntyre, Christine Milne and Catriona Taylor – and three based oversees – Kate Phillips (America), Derek Beggs (Germany) and Deryk Houston (Canada) – showing painting, photography and mixed media work.
Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries (01387 262 084), until 19 September
THE MOWGLI STORIES
Rudyard Kipling's jungle adventures come to life with music, masks and puppetry from open-air theatre company Illyria. (Ages 5+).
Castle Fraser, Inverurie (0844 493 2164), Friday, 7pm
Just when we thought they couldn't be any more omnipresent, the stadium rockers come at us from all angles with their new 360-degree tour. With support from The Hours and Glasvegas.
Hampden Park, Glasgow (0844 481 5789), Tuesday, 5pm
ORKESTRA DEL SOL
Edinburgh's blistering carnival ensemble brings the party to Aberdeen.
The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen (01224 641 122), Friday, 8pm
THE DARK HOLLER II
Celebrating American roots music and performance with a day of gigs, workshops and film. Artists include singer-songwriter Martha Scanlan, toe-tapping troubadour Pokey LaFarge and bluegrass band The Hot Seats.
Tolbooth, Stirling (01786 27 4000), Saturday
The punk rock newcomers who formed in the basement of an Edinburgh caf in 2006 tour in support of their new single, Just Two Girls / Glasshouses.
Electric Circus, Edinburgh (0131-226 4224), Tuesday, 8pm; Black Sparrow, Glasgow (0870 220 1116), Wednesday, 8pm; The Tunnels, Aberdeen (01224 642 662), Thursday, 8pm; The Greenside Hotel, Leslie, Fife (01592 743 453), Friday, 8pm
THE SMITHS & MORRISSEY TRIBUTE NIGHT
Performance poet John Hegley and the worthy Woodenbox With A Fistful of Fivers are among the acts paying homage to the iconic Mancunians.
King Tut's, Glasgow (0870 169 0100), Friday, 8.30pm
The gravelly-voiced Dundonian troubadour takes his show on the road.
Woodend Barn Arts Centre, Banchory (01330 825 431), Saturday, 8pm
This reverb-laden Brooklyn band often sounds like a cheerier Joy Division.
Stereo, Glasgow (0141-222 2254), Tuesday, 8pm
Cheeky ska-inspired tunes from this Glasgow group.
Captain's Rest, Glasgow (0141-332 7304), tonight, 8pm
ALY BAIN & PHIL CUNNINGHAM
Traditional folk from the fiddle and accordion duo.
Old Pulteney Spiegeltent, North Berwick (07500 772 720), tonight, 8.30pm; Perth Concert Hall (01738 621 031), Wednesday, 7.30pm; Howden Park Centre, Livingston (01506 777 666), Thursday, 7.30pm; Arts Guild Theatre, Greenock (01475 723 038), Friday, 8pm; Queen's Hall, Dunoon (01369 702 800), Saturday, 7.30pm
BE A FAMILIAR
Glasgow-based indie-pop septet with girl/boy harmonies and trumpet flourishes.
Captain's Rest, Glasgow (0141-332 7304), Friday, 8pm
FIRST YOU'RE BORN
Edinburgh company Plutot la Vie stage a comedy by Danish playwright Line Knutzon about the changing lives of six misfits.
Byre Theatre, St Andrews (01334-475 000), until 28 August, 7.30pm (not Sundays or Mondays; Wednesday and Saturday matinee at 2.30pm)
THE LIFE OF STUFF
Gangsters, pharmaceuticals and paranoia collide in Simon Donald's Scottish crime comedy.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre (01796 484 626), Wednesday, 8pm and Thursday, 2pm, then various dates until 14 October
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
Aristocrats and aphorisms la Oscar Wilde, as Bookends Theatre Group presents his famous comedy about a dandy leading a double life.
East Kilbride Arts Centre (01355 261 000), Wednesday-Friday, 8pm
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Five energetic actors flit between playing the fairies, nobility and rude mechanicals in this outdoor production from Illyria. (Ages 8+)
Brahan Estate, Dingwall (01349 861150), today, 7.30pm; Logie Steading, Forres (01309 611 378), Tuesday, 7.30pm
FUR COAT AND MAGIC KNICKERS
A shopaholic, a personal shopper and a second-hand bargain hunter meet in this one-woman comedy from theatre duo The Msfits (actress Fiona Knowles and writer Rona Munro).
Bunessan Hall, Isle of Mull (01688 302 828), Tuesday, 8pm; Druimfin, Isle of Mull (01688 302 828), Wednesday and Thursday, 8pm
Part performance art, part philosophy class, Edinburgh-based theatre company Magnetic North explores the life of Henry David Thoreau.
Gilmorehill G12, Glasgow (0141-330 5522), Thursday-Saturday, 7.30pm (Saturday matinee at 3pm)
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