What's On in Glasgow - June
Exams are over, the weather is balmy and you now have more time on your hands than you thought was possible!
Well, do not worry, there is a plethora of things for you to get excited about and dig into in Glasgow during June, here's the What's On Glasgow! June edition!
Eat & Drink festival @ SEC - 31st May to 3rd June
The SEC plays host to the yearly Eat & Drink festival in conjuction with the Ideal Home Show Scotland during early June. Featuring food and drink vendors from across the UK there will be food trucks, tasty treats to take home, live cooking demonstrations, fresh produce and some unique drinkable concoctions! Best of all, tickets are only £8 if you use the 2-4-1 deal linked!
A Play, A Pie & A Pint: Mini Musicals Season@Oran Mor - 4th to 30th June
The Oran Mor plays hosts to its mini Musicals as part of its regular A Play, a Pie & A Pint theatre programme and the West End Festival. Tickets start at £10 and does indeed include a pint and a pie!
West End Festival - 31st May to 30th June
The yearly West End festival brings together music, theatre, good food and other events all across the West End during the month of june. From Comedy to street parties and Open Days to Food events, there is something for everyone. With the weather looking to be a belter it has never looked so good! For the event programme see here.
Glasgow Science Festival - 7th to 17th June
The yearly Glasgow Science Festival returns in splendour, with focus on bringing science to the masses! From talks about womens role in science to taking part in actual science experiments there are many fascinating events taking place throughout the 10 day festival. See here for the programme.
Bard in the Botanics 2018: The Star Cross’d Lovers Season - 20th June - 28th July
The yearly Bard in the Botanics festival returns in style! Scotlands biggest Shakespeare festival in is back and this years theme is the romantic plays from Shakespeare such as Romeo and Juliet. Taking place in the Botanical Gardens just off Byres Road, its a perfect setting for outdoor theatre. So check out the event programme here, grab your friends or lovers and snuggle up under the sunshine.
Glasgow Mela@Kelvingrove Park - 24th June
Now several years running, the Glasgow Mela has become Scotlands biggest multicultural festival, taking place in Kelvingrove Park. Coming from the Sanskrit word “to meet”, the Mela has become an eagerly anticipated fixture on the cultural calendar of the city. From stalls selling products and food to music from across the world its a great day out. Best of all, its free! This year even has an awesome headline act, Miss Pooja, the worlds biggest female Bhangra music artist!
This months hidden gem...
House for an Art Lover
Constructed based on Charles Rennie Mackintosh drawings, this arts and events venue in Bellahouston Park has been a much beloved addition to the Glasgow art scene. Featuring regurlarly changing exhibitions to an Art Garden there is plenty to see and enjoy. Easy to get to by public transport this a place not to be missed!
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