What's On Glasgow - April edition
What’s on Glasgow – April edition
The easter bunnies are running about and most of you have been busy getting your assignments in, but there is no need to get stressed out with lots of cool stuff happening in April across Glasgow!
So sit back, get your music on and take a look at what’s on this month:
Bunny is a vital coming-of-age tale for our times, tackling the complexities of modern multicultural society with wit and heart from Olivier Award-winning writer Jack Thorne. Bunny is a funny, exhilarating and poignant play by Jack Thorne, the Olivier award-winning writer of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, as well as TV shows Skins, This Is England and National Treasure. The play is hosted by the Tron Theatre.
Tickets are £11 and available from the event site.
El Abrazo Milonga is a relaxed and enjoyable evening of traditional Argentine Tango social dancing. Resident DJ Jeff Allan plays music in tandas with cortinas. Tandas are composed of golden era tangos, milongas and tango-valses with some contemporary arrangements of the classic tunes as well. Know Tango or want to see it performed as well as finding out how to learn this exotic dance? Then come along to the CCA, tickets are £5 at the door.
Got talent and know you got what it takes? Are you ready to be discovered? Do you have a voice we NEED to hear? The X Factor is back, with Open Auditions at St. Enoch Shopping Centre for the next series of the show. Further details available on the event website.
Health Walks are a great way to take the first steps towards a healthier lifestyle and meet new people. The walks are all led by trained volunteers.
Why walk? It's free, it's fun, it makes you feel great and you meet new people.
We welcome people of all abilities on the Health Walks. Wherever possible we will adjust routes to improve accessibility. Further information available in their Facebook page on upcoming walks.
A modern twist on traditional variety, featuring local performers. Harking back to the good old days with a bit of everything, from drag to bellydance, comedy to hula-hooping. This event has something for everyone and takes place in the Panopticon! Tickets are £6.25 and available from the link above.
This month’s hidden gem…
Kelvin Hall has been transformed into an exciting centre of cultural excellent providing collections' storage, teaching and research, alongside a state-of-the-art Glasgow Club health and fitness centre. Join one of the volunteers for a free 45 minute tour to explore the history of Kelvin Hall and its new facilities. Further details available from the website.
That’s it for this month, see you all in a hot and toasty May!