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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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14th November 2014, Glasgow:

Rock superstar Bryan Adams will be plugging in once again and hitting the road with a full band this November to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the multi-million selling album, ‘Reckless’.

14th November 2014, Glasgow:

Celebrating 50 years of UK No 1 hit singles, for one night only, The Magic of Motown hits town.

15th November 2014, Glasgow:

A shy young boy from Liverpool is re-christened Billy Fury and becomes one of Britain’s best loved rock stars.

20th October - 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

In a year that the world came to Glasgow to celebrate the Commonwealth Games and the Year of Homecoming we bring you Scotland’s annual celebration of LGBT culture, Glasgay!.

3rd - 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

Hailed as one of the best musicals of all time, Blood Brothers has triumphed across the globe.

15th November 2014, Glasgow:

Manchester legends James make a welcome return to the live arena with special guests Starsailor.

14th & 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

An evening of song, laughter and legendary stories is promised when you come along to this enthralling tribute to Patsy Cline.

14th & 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

An evening of song, laughter and legendary stories is promised when you come along to this enthralling tribute to Patsy Cline.

12th - 15th November 2014, Glasgow:

A night of riotous comedy from Mull Theatre based on Compton Mackenzie’s popular novel of a community of plucky Scottish islanders.

16th November 2014, Glasgow:

Pianist Paul Harrison returns with his latest lineup of Mario Caribé (bass) and John Lowrie (drums).


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