Greetings from the tropics (also known as Glasgow!)
It's not long now until the new University session starts and many of you will be new to the City or even returning students, so to help you make the most of your time this month before your nose is buried in books at the library, check out the August Edition of our monthly What's On listing. Enjoy!
Set at Glasgow Green, this yearly 2 day championship features over 200 pipe bands from across the world, all competing for the that coveted world championship title. Running over 2 days this is a great chance to see the best of the best in piping! Tickets available here.
Set across Botanical Gardens is a spectacular outdoor dinosaur experience aimed at family audiences with over 30 installations of animated dinosaurs. Animatronics include arms moving up and down, tails swaying side-to-side, heads moving up and down, eyes blinking and jaws opening wide with roaring sound effects. Tickets available here.
Can you escape before the timer runs out? Clue HQ is running a series of fun escape games at their South Side location all through the summer. Want to see if you're smarter than your friends, then book a session and find out! Tickets are £60 for 6 people.
The Stand in the West End plays host to its weekly open mic night for stand up comedy each Tuesday. Featuring hours of laughter the evening is a great chance to see upcoming comedians at an affordable price! Tickets are £3 and available online and at the door.
The Kelvingrove Bandstand plays host to its yearly open air summer concert programme. Featuring several big name acts, such as Texas, there are still tickets available for some performances! Tickets available here.
For a guided tour of the more murky past of Glasgow, this tour tells you tales of all the spookier things from Glasgow's past, from robbers to Pirates. Get a chill down your spine and get a ticket.
This months hidden gem...
Free and a fun day out exploring, this trail takes you across Glasgow to see various street art all encompassing various themes. Best on a sunny day, this trip lets you see most of Glasgow in one easy walking route.