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CLUBS

SATURDAY, JAN 7

LUVELY: JANUARY SAIL

10.30pm-3am

The Liquid Room, 9c Victoria Street, Edinburgh. 0131 225 2564. For those who just can't stop partying, big house party from this established club.

SUBCULTURE 11 pm-3am The Sub Club, 22 Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 0141 248 4600. The hardest working residents in the land, Harri and Domenic do what they have been doing best for 11 years.

SUNDAY, JAN 8

BOOTYLUSHOUS 10pm-3am Medina, 45-47 Lothian Street, Edinburgh. 0131 225 6313. More of a Sunday social than a full-on glam affair with R&B, hip hop, soul and funk.

OPTIMO (ESPACIO) 11pm-3am The Sub Club, 22 Jamaica Street, Glasgow. 0141 248 4600. Every Sunday with JD Twitch and JG Wilkes.

WEDNESDAY, JAN 11

WE ARE... ELECTRIC, 11 pm-3am Cabaret Voltaire, 36-38 Blair Street, Edinburgh. 0131 220 6176. Gary Mac and Flix mixing up their signature blend of digital funk and analogue punk.

THURSDAY, JAN 12

LEMON ... THE KINGS OF INDIE,

10pm-3am

ClubVDub, 165 Hope St, Glasgow. The sharpest indie cuts and freshest hits.

SHAKE IT, 10.30pm-3am Ego, 14 Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 0131 478 7434. Sexy house grooves.

FRIDAY, JAN 13

CHINAWHITE, 9pm-3am Chinawhite, Bath Street, Glasgow. The Glasgow version of the London celebs' club kicks off the weekend in style.

VANDAL, 10pm-3am The Liquid Lounge, 94 West Regent Street, Glasgow. 0141 353 6333. DJs Mash (XFM) and Gianni (Haptic) with electronic house music.

NUKLEAR PUPPY, 10pm-3am Ego, 14 Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 0131 478 7434. Residents Jason Cortez and Phil York keep the hard dance flag flying in the capital with special guest Reece Elliot (Wild Child).

MUSIC

WEDNESDAY, JAN 11

CELTIC CONNECTIONS, Times vary Various venues, Glasgow. 0141 353 8000. The premier Celtic and traditional music festival returns for its 13th run, with the finest talent. Until Jan 29.

STEPHEN FRETWELL, 7pm The Garage, 490 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. 0141 332 1120. Glasgow date for the acoustic troubadour.

CARLOS NUNEZ, 7.30pm Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. 0141 353 8000. Revivalist of Spain's Celtic music traditions, drawing on flamenco, fado, gypsy, North African and Cuban styles. Appearing with La Fura dels Baus Theatre Company. Part of Celtic Connections 2006.

THURSDAY, JAN 12

CHRIS STOUT QUINTET, 8pm Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. 0141 353 8000. Fiddler's Bid man Chris Stout performs with his own band and John McSherry's At First Light. Part of Celtic Connections 2006.

THE LEVELLERS, 8pm The Arches, 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow. 0870 240 7528. Special unplugged performance.

FRIDAY, JAN 13

A BEATLES APPRECIATION, 8.30pm The Lemon Tree, 5 West North Street, Aberdeen. 01224 642230. Bands including Eskimo Blonde and GirlsSaidNo pay tribute to former Lemon Tree DJ and music obsessive, John Gillan, performing tracks from right across the Fab Four's career.

LUNASA WITH LE VENT DU NORD, 9.30pm. The Old Fruitmarket, Albion Street, Glasgow. 0141 353 8000. Fast and furious Celtic music from this Irish band who'll leave your heart racing. They're joined by those talented folks from Quebec, Le Vent du Nord.

FAMILY DAYS OUT

SATURDAY, JAN 7

IRN-BRU CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARNIVAL, Times vary SECC, Finnieston Quay, Glasgow. 0870 040 4000. Europe's biggest indoor funfair. Plenty of thrills and rides to get your adrenalin pumping. Also on Sun-Fri.

IMMORTAL PHARAOH: TOMB OF THUTMOSE III, 10am-5pm City Art Centre, 2 Market Street, Edinburgh. 0131 529 3993. This major exhibition features an exact replica of Thutmoses' burial chamber in the Valley of the Kings. Also on Sun.

RSPB BIRD WATCHING IN THE PARK, 11am pm. Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch. 0845 345 4978. Come along and learn more about the birds that visit the park. Also on Sun.

SUNDAY, JAN 8

ADOPT A BEACH, 1.45pm Lunderston Bay, Cloch Road, near Gourock. 01475 521 458. All welcome to help clean up the beach.

WEDNESDAY, JAN 11

TORCHLIT PROCESSION, 4.30pm George Square, Glasgow. 0141 353 8000. Launching Celtic Connections. If you'd like to take log on to celticconnections.com.
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