Deep Sea World in North Queensferry has launched a series of live music shows (and water-based puns).

It’s hoped that Saturday Sound Waves, which will be taking place on every Saturday throughout the summer, will see up-and-coming artists from across Scotland making a splash as they perform live in the aquarium’s café.

Deep Sea World’s Aisling Thornton said: “An aquarium may not be the usual type of venue to play live music but we’ve been delighted by the response that we’ve got both from the artists and from visitors.
“The plan is to have up to two acts playing on each day with a mix of their own music and some covers,” she added.

Former front man of Must Be Something, Stephen Gibbons, Stephen Gibbons, played the first of the shows last weekend, while acts already lined up include Alan McKim, Nathan Delamar, Craig Souter; The Aspect; Richard Naysmith and Graeme MacDonald with more are to be confirmed. Fife Youth Radio will also be at the aquarium on various dates throughout the summer.

Saturday Sound Waves will be taking place between 10am – 4pm every Saturday throughout the summer holidays. Visit for more information.