Scotland events highlights for the month of March include the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, the Scottish Motor Show, and the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
Glasgow Film Festival
21st February – 4th March 2018, Glasgow
Glasgow Film Festival is one of the leading UK film festivals. Glasgow Film Festival 2018 takes place Wednesday 21 February – Sunday 4 March. Our audience is central to our programming and our ethos – we aim to enable our audiences to experience the best international cinema. GFF programme regularly features: new local and international film from all genres; mainstream crowd-pleasers to groundbreaking art-house experimentation; the return of well-loved classics alongside rare cult gems; with filmmaker guest appearances, interactive workshops and discussion panels to complete the mix!
Scottish Motorcycle Show
3rd – 4th March 2018, Ingliston, Edinburgh
Scotland’s biggest and best motorcycle show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre this March with all the latest models, major manufacturers, and breathtaking live action. The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, held on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th March 2018, is a haven for anyone with a passion for motorcycles.
Major bike manufacturers will showcase their new models for 2018. Plus there will be exclusive offers from the dealers on new and 2017 motorbikes. Bag a bargain in the Bike Jumble and browse the Retail Village where a host of traders will be able to fit you out with new leathers, boots or helmet. If you want to improve your bike’s appearance there’s a wide array of suppliers to help make your bike stand out from the crowd.
Take a ride down memory lane in the Classic Bike magazine hall where you can find Scotland’s biggest collection of classic motorcycles spanning over 80 years.
Edinburgh International Science Festival
31st March – 15 April 2018, Edinburgh
2018 marks the 30th edition of the Edinburgh International Science Festival powered by EDF Energy, the world’s oldest festival of science and this year’s programme promises to be as inspiring and challenging as its predecessors!
Running from 31 March – 15 April, the capital will be host to over 200 workshops, discussions and exhibitions; all with the aim of exploring our incredible world and understanding the role of science and technology as part of the theme of ‘Life, the Universe and Everything’.
The Science Festival presents almost 270 events for families and adults over the course of two weeks. The vibrant and varied programme includes everything from fun family days out to new exhibitions, shows and performances, discussions with pioneering thinkers and some very special events.