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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!

area highlights

20th April 2015, Glasgow:

Dead Elvis by Michael Daugherty calls for solo bassoonist, Ryan Sullivan, to transform – complete with jumpsuit and shades – into the King of Rock n’ Roll, bringing Vegas to Renfrew Street in a radicle chamber piece inspired by the cultural legacy of the King.

20th April 2015, Glasgow:

Exciting young Scottish saxophonist Paul Towndrow joins our Jazz students in exploring the music of one of his idols, the legendary alto player Julian Edwin ‘Cannonball’ Adderly.

21st April 2015, Glasgow:

Legendary American southern rockers, Lynyrd Skynyrd perform at SECC’s Clyde Auditorium.

21st April 2015, Glasgow:

Celebrating 30 tremendous years of the UK’s original and premier sixties show, Solid Silver 60s brings you its most sensational line-up yet.

22nd April 2015, Glasgow:

In 2015 Sharleen Spiteri and Texas take to the road to celebrate an incredible 25 years of hit records.

22nd April 2015, Glasgow:

Jim McKenna returns to sound lab with a double programme of music of different electronic styles showcased via a wide variety of analogue synthesisers.

23rd April 2015, Glasgow:

To mark the 50th Anniversary of the death of Erik Chisholm, the BBC SSO gives the first performance for more than 60 years of the Glasgow-born composer’s Violin Concerto.

23rd April 2015, Glasgow:

The Progressive Playwright returns returns with readings of plays from up-and-coming playwrights.

24th April 2015, Glasgow:

No composer captures the soul of the Romantic piano quite like Chopin; and few living pianists play Chopin with more eloquence and truth than Ingrid Fliter.

24th April 2015, Glasgow:

This newly-formed vocal group will specialise in repertoire for smaller ensembles and soloists, with a particular emphasis on baroque and contemporary music.


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