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Some of the cast from Coal by Gary Clarke

‘Coal’ by the Gary Clarke Company

This riveting dance theatre show from award-winning choreographer Gary Clarke marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the 1984/85 British Miners’ strike.

Exterior picture of Deanston Distillery, the River Teith and some trees

A Dram with an Outlander Twist

A tour of Deanston Distillery, one of Scotland’s most interesting distilleries, with an Outlander twist.

A photograph of a building with daffodils in front of it.

Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum - Special Exhibitions

Visit the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum to discover the rich cultural heritage of Stirling and view two special exhibitions on display for a limited time.

Picture of an Orchestra in a hall

History Live Opening Concert

Opening History Live, we are proud to present our concert in partnership with Glasgow Philarmonia, Sistema Scotland, John Maxwell Geddes and The Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band.

A picture of The Happy Hangman

The Stirling GhostWalk

Learn about the great and the...not so good! Often the truth behind many of our best known tales is far stranger than the quaint and couthy legends they have produced.

Children and adults on green grass under a marquee with rocks and trees in the background

Gruesome Games

Come and test your bravery with The National Wallace Monument’s four new Gruesome Games for modern day warriors.

Exterior view of The Engine Shed

Heavy Metal Weekend

We invite you to join our Mötley Crüe at the Engine Shed for a weekend of ‘heavy metal’ at its best.

A man dressed in costume at a concrete statue in Stirling

Walking Tours

Find out all about Stirling’s incredible past on this one and a half hour walking tour from the Engine Shed to the castle.

Exterior picture of Cowane's Hospital

Cowane’s Hospital

Walk around this wonderful building and enjoy a Cowane’s cupcake in the tearooms.

Prison guard on in a cell

Old Town Jail Tour

Join us on a journey through the grim and gruesome history of Crime and Punishment in the Royal Burgh.

School children looking at a touch screen skeleton image

CSI Stirling

Be a Forensic Anthropologist for the morning!