Christmas Shopping In Glasgow

  GLASGOW CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Glasgow is brilliant for Christmas shopping and when it comes to choice, nowhere in Scotland can come close to Glasgow! With top shopping attractions like St Enoch Centre, Buchanan Galleries, Princes Square, Argyll Arcade, House of Fraser and John Lewis to name just a few! GLASGOW WEST END CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Glasgow’s […]

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The Good Food Show Glasgow

The Good food show is coming to Glasgow SECC from 4-6th November. You will be spoiled for choice over the course of this event with so much to do and see and celebrities a plenty. If you have been following The Great British Bake off you will be familiar with Paul Hollywood and his typically […]

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Oran Mor 2016 Christmas Panto

The Christmas Panto held at Oran mor will be The Princess and The Pie. The Panto will be staged from 28th November – 23rd of December on Mondays – Saturdays. Times of the performance vary from 12pm, 1pm and 2pm depending on which day you book. For full details of dates and times and to […]

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Fox Star Community Arts Festival Kelvingrove Bandstand

On Saturday 24th of September and Sunday 25th of September the Kelvingrove Bandstand will be host to various performances of music as well as the event providing visual art, spoken word and children’s activities. There will be workshops taking place with the theme being the environment and the Kelvin River, suitable for the kids and […]

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Glasgow Mackintosh Festival

Glasgow Mackintosh Festival The Mackintosh festival 2016 celebrating the life of Charles Rennie Mackintosh will take place in Glasgow from 1st October until 31st October 2016. This is the 5th Annual celebration formerly known as the Creative Mackintosh Festival. Charles Rennie Mackintosh was Glasgow’s most famous architect, designer and artist. The Events, exhibitions and tours […]

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Vegan Fete at the Flying Duck Glasgow

The Flying Duck is a vibrant pub and club based in Glasgow city centre. They opened their doors in 2008 and have set about to host some truly unique and curious events. It really is a quirky and fun venue with a great reputation. The Flying Duck hold a monthly event where the basement is […]

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Glasgow Merchant City Festival

When there is talk about Scotland, the first place which might popup in people’s mind would be the nation’s capital – Edinburgh. This city is fill of monumental landmarks such as the Edinburgh Castle and the Holyrood Palace, however, less than an hour’s drive away, lies the largest city of Scotland, Glasgow. Although this city […]

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Summer Nights Festival 2016

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has a deep history and wonderful culture. It was named a European City of Culture in 1990 and is renown for its vibrant and energetic year-round arts scene. The city has a reputation for its beautiful architecture, as well as for its live music. These two combine […]

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A Play, A Pie and A Pint at Òran Mór

Òran Mór is situated in Glasgow’s West End is an attractive venue with a unique and vibrant atmosphere. A play, A Pie and A Pint is the UK’s most successful lunchtime theatre programme, with 38 plays a year and most recently the 400th lunchtime play. The plays are on Mondays – Saturdays and they start […]

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Kings Theatre Glasgow Presents The Rocky Horror Show

Kings Theatre Glasgow Presents The Rocky Horror Show The Rocky Horror Show marks its 40th year anniversary of worldwide productions with a performance set to be the biggest party in town. The Performance is coming to The Kings Theatre Glasgow from the 8th – 13th August. The show is naughty, so be prepared for some […]

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The Glasgow West End Festival 2016

This year the West End Festival will take place between Friday 3 rd of June and Sunday 26 th June. Whether its music, meditation, kids activities, walking, talks, beer tasting or pretty much anything else, there is something for everyone. So far we have been lucky to have such excellent weather and long may it continue as we […]

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Glasgow International Comedy Festival

Comedy Festival In Glasgow The International Comedy festival in Glasgow is taking over Glasgow this March with the city’s 14th annual International Comedy Festival. Glaswegians are renowned for their hospitality and good humour so it’s no surprise the Glasgow International Comedy Festival is one of the world’s best comedy festivals. With 420 shows across 42 […]

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There has been such a sudden up rise in online travel agents (OTAs) these days that they have quickly become the “norm” when it come to booking hotel rooms. They have certainly allowed for people to shop around much more quickly than ever before as it allows them to compare rates of many hotels in […]

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Byre’s Road is one of Glasgow’s most famous streets for eating, shopping, and culture. It is in the heart of the stylish West End – the area that Glasgow’s arty and literary types gravitate to, home of the city’s main university, and the old base for BBC Scotland. Byre’s Road is long and you can […]

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The West End Festival is in it's 10th year

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This years Glasgow’s West End Festival will be celebrating it’s 20th year this summer. The festival’s longevity is of no surprise due to the popularity growing year on year. This year is to be of no exception as locals and tourists alike head towards Glasgow’s West End to take in the atmosphere. The West End […]

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The university was founded in 1451 making it the fourth oldest University in the English speaking world. The University Of Glasgow is ranked in the world’s top 100 universities placing 51st in the world and 9th in the UK in 2013. The University was originally located in the city’s High Street but since 1870 the […]

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The Glasgow Botanic Gardens are located in Glasgow’s West End by the River Kelvin. The gardens were created back in 1817 and consist of several glass houses, the most notable being the Kibble Palace. Originally used for concerts and events and wasn’t until 1891 when the City Of Glasgow incorporated the parks and gardens. The […]

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People travel all over to get a taste of the Glasgow West End experience. One of Glasgow’s attractions in particular has forged it’s way through the noise and has established itself as a “must do” attraction in Glasgow. Òran Mór is a thriving arts & entertainment venue located right at the top of Byres road […]

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Complimentary to it’s cultural reputation Glasgow offers an array of performing arts. From within it’s internationally renowned theatres to it’s many street performers Glasgow expresses itself artistically like no other. Standing out amongst Glasgow’s highly acclaimed theatres is the often praised King’s Theatre. Opened in 1904 on the designs of prolific theatre artist Frank Matcham, […]

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Festivals in Glasgow are as abundant as the praise the reap. With celebrations, street fairs, parades and carnivals taking place throughout the year, the streets of Glasgow burst with atmosphere season by season. One of Glasgow’s larger attractions is the ‘Celtic Connections’ festival which gathers around 80,000 visitors to the Glasgow area. Held every January, […]

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