Don McCullin BOOKS A Day in the Life of The Beatles, co-written with Paul McCartney, is a series of photos and recollections from one day in 1968, after the release of Sgt. Pepper. See feature, page 28. Published by Rizzoli, out now.
Glasgow Fireworks/ Meadowbank Fireworks AROUND TOWN Both cities weigh in with their own spectacular fireworks displays in very different settings. See preview, page 12. Glasgow Green, Fri 5 Nov/Meadowbank Sports Centre, Edinburgh, Fri 5 Nov.
Richard Alston Dance Company DANCE Popular choreographer Richard Alston returns with new work Out of the Strong as well as revivals of past masterpieces. See preview, page 82. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Fri 12 Nov.
Instal MUSIC Sometimes exhilaratingly innovative, other times wilfully obscure, the annual exploration of sound, music, noise and performance returns. See feature, page 57. Tramway, Glasgow, Fri 12-Sun 14 Nov.
Mary and Max FILM Claymation film that shapes themes of loneliness and mental illness into a witty discourse on friendship. See review, page 42. Filmhouse, Edinburgh, Fri 5-Tue 9 Nov; GFT, Glasgow, Sun 5-Tue 7 Dec.
Discovery Exhibition: The Long Commute / Arcade VISUAL ART Parallel exhibitions by two of the UK’s most interesting video artists, George Barber and Jaygo Bloom. See review, page 89. Dundee Contemporary Arts, until Thu 14 Nov.
We Are What We Are FILM Allegorical Mexican horror in the Romero/Lynch mould, as a starving family must resort to cannibalism to survive. See review, page 41. GFT, Glasgow and selected release from Fri 12 Nov.
Simon Starling VISUAL ART The Turner Prize-winning artist Simon Starling mounts a new conceptual show exploring the East-West divide. See preview, page 88. The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Saturday 20 Nov–Tue 7 Dec.
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