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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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Year-round, Glasgow:

A unique contemporary arts organisation at the heart of Glasgow’s city centre and vibrant cultural community, CCA’s eclectic programme includes visual arts, music, film, talks and performance - which means there’s always something interesting going on.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Exploring the world-wide importance of religion in people’s lives, the museum promotes understanding and respect between people of different faiths and none.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Get a flavour of medieval Glasgow in the city’s only house to survive from this time.

Year-round, Glasgow:

A fine 18th century mansion filled with wonderful collections of Spanish art (including work by Goya, El Greco and Murillo), antique furniture, silverware and ceramics, plus an impressive library.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Housed in large halls in George Gilbert Scott’s University buildings on Gilmorehill, the museum features extensive displays relating Scottish anatomist and scientist William Hunter, who died in London in 1783.

Year-round, Glasgow:

The Hunterian Gallery is now housed in a modern, custom-built facility that is part of the extensive Glasgow University Library complex.

Year-round, Glasgow:

Enjoy the sights, sounds and stories of the world’s favourite game - in the country that took football to the world - as part of The Hampden Experience.

Sundays Year -round, Glasgow:

The Urban Market is a weekly curated market celebrating the curious, original and creative.

 29th November - 31st December 2014, Glasgow:

An unusual elf joins a crew of tiny elves who are wrapping and boxing toys for a Christmas Eve delivery to all the girls and boys.

Year-round, Central Belt:

Nearly 2,000 years ago, the Antonine Wall was the north-west frontier of the Roman Empire.

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