Your monthly guide to What's On in Glasgow
You’ve put down your Halloween decorations and Christmas is fast approaching!
However, there are still a ton of fun stuff to do in November across Glasgow and whilst the weather may be getting chillier it’s time to grab your waterproof boots and jacket and head out to see what’s on!
Want to improve on your Ceilidh dancing skills or want to show the world your moves? Come along on Wednesday to Café Source in Merchant City for these fun informal classes, doors open at 19.15 and are £5.50 at the door.
Glasgow Green plays host to its yearly 5th November bonfire celebrations! Open from 5pm there will be food stalls, rides and the fireworks kick off at 19.30! Best of all, its free to attend!
Did you know the Kelvingrove museum has a fully restored and working organ? Come along either Saturday at 1pm or Sunday 3pm to listen to the organ, best of all, its free alongside free entry to the museum!
The Oran Mor plays host to its regular Pub Theatre and the Autumn season is starting! The Autumn season includes plays by the cream of Scottish writing talent, an exciting combination of award winners and emergent voices. They all have one thing in common, great story telling crafted into the space of a lunch hour, for your entertainment.
That’s 13 world premieres with subjects as diverse as – estranged friends, drug smuggling, fear of flying, and Macbeth’s witches. Explore darkly comic menace in a lodging house, on the late night sleeper and in an all night gym; present a rollicking satirical cabaret and delve into the fascinating lives of film stars Burton and Taylor.
Tickets available from here.
Come along to Duke’s Bar in the west end for their weekly open mic night. Want to listen to some hidden talent or fancy showing everyone yours? Then this is the place for you!
Free entry all night.
This months hidden gem…
Glasgow Cathedral to the east of the city with its adjoining Victorian graveyard is supposedly where the patron saint of Glasgow, St. Mungo built his church and his remains are interred within the Cathedral. Constructed in 1197 this is one of the oldest medieval churches in the UK and also one of the few to survive the reformation mostly intact! Open 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday and 1pm -3pm Sundays.
That's it for this month everyone!