We are always keen to promote events which will help to attract more people to the Falkirk area. To upload your event please do so using the following link: www.list.co.uk/visitfalkirk
Venue: The Star & Garter Hotel
A computer club ran by Scottish Seniors volunteers to assist over 50's with their devices.
Venue: Cineworld Falkirk
A Los Angeles couple give up city life, buying a farm and following their dream of growing every ingredient they might want to cook with. The Biggest Little Farm is enlightening and entertaining, effectively balancing one family’s personal story with the practical ups and downs of starting a sustainable, biodiverse...
Venue: Falkirk High Street
Browse a range of local produce and hand made crafts at the Falkirk Market.
Venue: Beecraigs Country Park
Festive family experience at Beecraigs, with a Santa's Grotto, storytelling sessions, immersive sight, sound experiences, and more.
Venue: Blackness Castle
Scotland from the Sky brings a selection of the breathtaking aerial photography, featured in the book of the same name, on a tour of some of our most atmospheric properties.
Venue: Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
Steam train journeys with Santa on board with a present for every child and seasonal refreshments for the adults.
Venue: Callendar House
Intern at Santa's workshop under the guidance of the Head Elf and help get everything ready for the big day at this festive day out.
Joan (Manville) and Tom (Neeson) are a long-married couple whose contentment is shattered with Joan discovers a lump in her breast. The facts of cancer are covered in unsparing detail, but the acting makes it watchable, with Neeson investing Tom with gruff tenderness and Manville compelling as a woman who...
Lionel Essrog (Norton, who also adapted, directed and co-produced) is a Marlowe-style gumshoe with all the physical and verbal tics of Tourette’s syndrome, who sets out to discover why his boss Frank (Willis) has been shot. Despite a strong cast, the predictable twists and corny dialogue let it down.
Arthur Fleck (Phoenix) is an unsuccessful clown who wants to be a comedian, but he gradually turns to evil. This dizzying origin story about Batman’s nemesis is like an ode to 1970s New York City; Phoenix is astonishing and Phillips’s grave vision never swerves. Unmissable.
Roy (McKellen) is a con man who targets wealthy widows, and when he targets Betty (Mirren) her son Steven (Tovey) becomes suspicious. It’s a blend of several genres which don’t quite fuse and is ultimately diverting but far from essential.
Buddy (Frost) is a dog and former astronaut who finds an ally in Felix (Evans), a rich cat who styles himself after Batman. Not the most original idea (it’s all a bit *Zootropolis*) and the world-building isn’t that sophisticated, but a smattering of wit and first-rate vocal talent make it...
Cute and cuddly little mogwais become malevolent monsters if not properly cared for and wreak havoc in idealised small town America. A tongue-in-cheek Yuletide romp filled with in-jokes.
Venue: Macdonald Inchyra Hotel and Spa
Celebrate Christmas at the MacDonald Inchyra Hotel and Spa with a three-course meal and a DJ spinning tunes well into the night.
Another instalment in the popular fantasy adventure series.
Venue: Temple Falkirk
Delete > Earth-shattering kicks, industrial vibrations and an unrivalled vision that endlessly transports listeners into a state of awe.
Tim (Smith) is a former Pokémon trainer who teams up with Pikachu (voiced by Reynolds) to solve a mysterious car accident which leaves his detective father presumed dead. Reynolds’ voice skills are incredible, you don’t need to know about the franchise to get what’s going on and it’s a quirky...
Rex (Whitehall) is a corgi living in Buckingham Palace until Donald Trump (Culshaw) and his oversexed dog Mitzi (Hadland) arrive. Poorly judged Belgian animated feature with lame gags normalising sexual assault and bizarre underworld stereotypes and drug-based humour. Kids are unlikely to take offence but adults may feel that explaining...