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What’s on Glasgow and the Clyde Valley

In 2006, readers of Condé Naste Traveller magazine voted Glasgow their Favourite UK City. Glasgow has something for everyone. Let’s start with the Art Nouveau Glasgow Style for which the city has become famous - a style epitomised by Glasgow’s celebrated son, architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. A shopper’s paradise, Glasgow is also home to over 200 arts organisations. The city is stylish too, with funky bars, boutique hotels and a vibrant nightlife. As if this isn’t enough, Glasgow is surrounded by some of Scotland’s best scenery. There’s the rolling hills of the Clyde Valley, the beautiful walking country of East Dunbartonshire and, further afield, towns and villages such as Paisley, Hamilton, Biggar, Greenock and Gourock - not to mention the amazing World Heritage Site of New Lanark. Only a day’s excursion from Glasgow, they offer a range of attractions and activities that the whole family can enjoy.

regional highlights

30th March 2015, Glasgow:

Catch Blue, one of Britain’s most successful pop groups, as part of their brand-new tour for spring 2015.

30th March 2015, Glasgow:

This spectacular concert is an annual event which is a highlight in the East Dunbartonshire Council Instrumental Music Service calendar.

31st March 2015, Glasgow:

The love story that gripped Paris is back by public demand.

31st March 2015, Cumbernauld:

Secrets, storytelling and sibling rivalry.

1st April 2015, Glasgow:

Starring the Korean soprano Elena Dee and the Japanese soprano Miki Mori.

2nd April 2015, Glasgow:

It’s hard to imagine a creative spirit more Russian than Rachmaninov – or more Scottish than James MacMillan.

2nd April 2015, Lanark:

A Punch and Judy stall on a Scottish seaside front.

2nd April 2015, Glasgow:

In the second of three new, early evening concerts, the Edinburgh Quartet continues to investigate various influences on the music of Felix Mendelssohn.

31st March - 3rd April 2015, Hamilton:

New College Lanarkshire present BOOGIE NIGHTS The 70’s Musical Written by Jon Conway Script associates Shane Richie and Terry Morrison Based around British culture in the 1970s, the decade that taste forgot, “Boogie Nights - The 70s Musical” tells the heart-warming story of Roddy O’Neil, his friends, their lives, loves and experience of growing up in the DISCO decade.

3rd April 2015, Lanark:

The Johnny Cash Roadshow, the only show to be endorsed by the Cash family, is a musical adventure unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of the music legend that is Johnny Cash.

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