Looking for some cultural inspiration this week? Then take a look at our critics’ top picks of events and shows happening across Scotland
Glasgow in Print
Glasgow in Print at Glasgow Print Studio is pretty much what it says it is: an exhibition of prints of Glasgow. They have been made for the show in a wide variety of print media by an invited group of 14 members of the studio. The imagery is vivid and diverse, but nevertheless much of it is recognisably Glasgow, if occasionally seen from an unusual angle.
Glasgow Print Studio, until 30 September, 0141-552 0704
Recommended by:Duncan Macmillan
Proms in the Park Scotland
Scotland’s Proms in the Park features the BBC SSO with soloists as varied as Elizabeth Watts and Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Jamie MacDougall presents an eclectic programme.
Glasgow Green, tonight, www.bbc.co.uk/events
Recommended by: Ken Walton
Play, Pie and Pint: Outside In
If it’s Autumn, it must be another Play, Pie and Pint lunchtime theatre season; and the latest six-show series shared between Oran Mor and the Traverse opens with Chris Grady’s Outside In, an inspired farce about crime and agoraphobia in 21st century Glasgow, followed by James Runcie’s new comedy Tap Dancing With Jean-Paul Sartre, which imagines a 1950s moment when Jean-Paul Sartre, Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn meet in Paris to discuss tap dancing, existentialism, and the meaning of life.
Outside In, Oran Mor, Glasgow, today and Traverse, Edinburgh, 11-15 September. Tap Dancing with Jean-Paul Sartre, Oran Mor 10-15 September; Traverse, 18-22 September and Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, 24-29 September. Tel: 0141-357 6200 / 0131-228 1404 / 01224 641122
Recommended by: Joyce McMillan
The 3D Festival is a two-day celebration on Dundee’s Waterfront to celebrate the opening of the stunning Kengo Kuma-designed V&A Museum. Friday night of 3D – Dundee, design and discovery, since you ask – will be headlined by party veterans Primal Scream, pictured, who will also be unveiling a new collaboration with their old chum Jim Lambie, known for his multi-coloured artworks. Elsewhere on the bill, rising pop troubadour Lewis Capaldi joins a predominantly hometown line-up, including Danny Wilson mainman Gary Clark, upcoming Dundonian singer/songwriter Be Charlotte and Andrew Wasylyk, the solo guise of Hazey Janes frontman Andrew Mitchell.
Slessor Gardens, Dundee, 14 & 15 September, www.vam.ac.uk
Recommended by: Fiona Shepherd