Jocky Wilson Said,
Òran Mór,
Today, 1pm

IT’S 1979 and rising Scottish darts star Jocky Wilson has travelled to America to play a series of exhibition matches. When he misses his ride to the next event however, Jocky finds himself alone and on the road. All the diminutive Fifer really wants is to get back home but there’s a long and challenging journey ahead. Written by Jane Livingstone, this is her third play for A Play, A Pie and A Pint at the West End venue. She is a previous winner of a BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award and is also part of this year’s BBC Writersroom.Visit for tickets. They play’s run ends on May 18.

Brexit Means Brexit!,
Tonight, 7pm

PALESTINIAN choreographer Farah Saleh and Professor Victoria Tischler are investigating the collective mental health of the residents in the UK since the Brexit vote. Looking at what led to that vote, but more importantly, what is happening right now: the fear, anger, polarisation of the society, racism - and what will happen next. What does Brexit entail on a personal level for “remoaners” and those who voted to leave? Through movement, text and film, this performance and discussion explores the rising nationalism around the world and reflects on ways of working together. Visit

Access Film Club
Tonight, 6pm

GFT, with the National Autistic Society Scotland, provides Access Film Club with screenings 
and post-film discussion. Written and directed by stand-up comic and YouTube sensation Bo Burnham, it’s “Eighth Grade” tonight which follows 13-year-old Kayla as she embarks on her journey towards high school. Crippled by self-loathing and insecurity, she creates YouTube advice vlogs that present a calmly confident persona to 
the world. The reality is a 
sullen resentment of her 
single dad, fragile friendships and a life that only seems to 
exist on social media. Visit