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What’s on in Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest city, offers year-round attractions and year-long entertainment. Home to both Scottish Ballet and Scottish Opera, Glasgow has a first-class arts scene, and its bars, clubs, exhibitions, galleries, restaurants and theatres provide a rich mix for all ages and all tastes. Reflecting its reputation as the ’Friendly City’, Glasgow has an extensive programme of annual festivals. These include the Glasgow Film Festival, the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, the Glasgow International Jazz Festival and the Glasgow Arts Fair - to mention just a few. There’s no doubt about it, there’s always something happening somewhere in Glasgow. The city just has it all!

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Various dates, 22nd November - 21st December 2014, Glasgow:

Artists’ displays inside gazebos line the right flank of GoMA, Royal Exchange Square – creating the perfect site to display a wealth of original artwork in natural daylight.

4th October - 28th December 2014, Glasgow:

Join our celebration of food at Glasgow Fort and savour the flavours from around the globe.

8th November - 28th December 2013, Glasgow:

Fans of Merchant Square’s weekly Craft & Design Fair can get their weekend shopping fix early from now on after organisers added an extra day to the popular event following demand from customers and crafters.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Celtic’s Visitor Centre is situated at Celtic Park, one of the biggest football stadiums in Europe.

Year round, Glasgow:

Glasgow Science Centre is one of Scotland’s must-see visitor attractions and there are loads of things to see and do.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Located in picturesque Kelvin Park in the West End of the city, Kelvingrove is certainly a must-see museum.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Situated in the heart of the city centre, and the second most visited contemporary art gallery outside London, GoMA houses Glasgow’s contemporary art collection.

Year-round, Glasgow:

With their impressive glass houses and extensive plant collections, the Botanic Gardens enjoy an international reputation.

Year-round, Glasgow:

A social history museum and glass house situated in Glasgow Green, the oldest public space in Glasgow.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Comprising over 9000 works of art bequeathed to the city of Glasgow by Sir William Burrell, this priceless collection includes ceramics, prints, carpets, tapestries and paintings.

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