Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Multicultural London comedy night showcasing up-and-comers on the circuit.
Funk-jazz courtesy of the Newcastle-based band.
Eclectic indie folk musician, plaintive troubadour and founder of the esteemed Fence Records.
Electronic dub reggae and roots.
Acoustic folk/blues five-piece.
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Australian psychedelic rock band.
New act showcase.
Hook laden indie guitar rockers from Northern Ireland.
King Of Cats
Melodic fuzzy rock from Sub Pop's Kyle Thomas.
Kingdom of Fife Real Ale and Cider Festival
A chance to sample more than 30 real ales from around the country, as well as wines, ciders and continental beers. Live music is on offer and all guests receive a commemorative beer glass and programme with detailed tasting notes.
Kingdom of Giants
Folk rock originals and some covers thrown in too.
Fun, sport and activity camps for children aged 4–17.
Kings of Cheeze
A night of cheesy tunes.
The Kings of Swing
A swinging musical journey with the world famous Kings of Swing Orchestra.
Kings Ov Leon
Tribute to the hirsute US rockers.
The King's Singers
Founded in 1968, the King's Singers are a way of making music rather than a specific bunch of guys; the original members have long since moved on but successive line-ups have upheld the commitment to clarity, precision and educating as well as entertaining the audience.
Upbeat pop songs from the London boy band with X Factor connections.
Kingston Third Age Orchestra
Kingston's amateur orchestra for musicians who can rehearse during the day.
Kingussie Dance Away
As the Bee-Gees once said – you should be dancing, yeah. Well, luckily for you, there's two whole days of dance in Kingussie, with performances, films, classes and a ceilidh.
Nope, not the rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae, but the jazz/electronic-touting group touring their first EP.
Wednesday night electro and house.
Night of cross-genre delights, new wave, Krautrock, spiky pop and freak beat from Charlotte and Rafla.
Indie project from Kim Talon, produced by Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley and Lee Ranaldo.
A mix of 60s sounds and biting guitar, all the way from Japan.
Fife-based, Danny Award-winning group playing classic and contemporary songs.
Kinross-shire Comedy Night
An evening of laughs all compered by Bruce Fummey.
Kinross-shire's Winter Festival
A mix of family fun including pantos, music, street market, carols, fairs and Christmas activities.
Brighton-based electropop and indie-folk collective.
Kintyre Songwriters Festival
A music festival aimed at showcasing and promoting Kintyre's home grown musical talent, along with appearances by a selection of higher profile guests.
English musician Kiran Leonard trades in a literate, off-kilter version of indie rock inspired in part by Dirty Projectors. His explorative discography has included experimental solo pop (2013's Bowler Hat Soup), a chamber trio LP inspired by literature (2017's Derevaun Seraun), and singer/songwriter-oriented indie rock…
Kiri Pritchard-McLean is a Hysterical Woman
Member of Gein's Family Giftshop, Kiri Pritchard strikes it out alone with an hour about genetics, gender and race.
Kirk Brandon Akoustik
Frontman of post-punk band Theatre of Hate and Spear of Destiny returns with a solo show.
Post-punk with a hint of Goth by the ex-leader of Spear Of Destiny and Dead Men Walking.
World renowned blues musician, former lead guitarist with The Fabulous Thunderbirds and multiple Blues Music Award nominee.
Kirkcaldy Film Festival
Kirkcaldy Film Festival features four days of classic movies, current releases, special events and workshops. Films screened at the 2016 festival include The Big Sleep, Rocky, Brassed Off and Alien: The Director's Cut. They also host the Scottish premiere of The Girl with All the Gifts, featuring author MR Carey and…
An informal weekly 5k run in Beveridge Park. Everyone is welcome, no matter how fast or slow (you're welcome to walk the route, bring your dog or push a buggy), so you can use it as a one-off fitness test, a chance to get some fresh air or come every week to try to beat your personal best time. It's friendly and free, and…
Kirkland Ciccone: Endless Empress
Kirkland Ciccone discusses his second book, Endless Empress: A Mass Murderer's Guide to Dictatorship in the Fictional Nation of Enkadar.
Kirriemuir Agricultural Show
Kirrimuir Agricultural Show is – rightly – proud of the fact that it's been about since 1877 and has survived both world wars and both foot & mouth outbreaks. With all the events you'd expect from a show of its kind, 2015 sees a new one added – tractor pulling.
Journalist and Fishnet author Kirstin Innes talks about her work.
Kirsty Duncan & The Donals
Kirsty Duncan sings classics from the Great American Songbook.
Kirsty Wark: The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle
TV presenter and journalist Kirsty Wark stops by to celebrate the paperback publication of her novel The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle.
Tribute band to KISS.
Kiss Me Kate
- Directed by: Steve Edis
- Written by: Cole Porter
A revival of Cole Porter's famous romantic musical, which was inspired by William Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew.
Kissy Sell Out's Rave On Tour
A full-stage production from Kissy Sell Out promising banging electronic sounds all night.
Kit Downes Quintet
Improv and contemporary jazz.
Kit Downes Trio
Subtle interplay and serious grooving from the Mercury-nominated piano trio.
Polished Brazilian electronic rock five-piece fronted by Sabrina Sanm.
The Kitchen Stools
Gentle indie rock in a similar vein to Travis or Texas.