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What's On - November

By EMeyer 31 Oct 2018

Alright folks,

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!

Bridget Jones’s Diary - Film with Live Orchestra @ Glasgow Royal Concert Hall  - 2nd November

Come and see the movie Bridget Jones’s Diary as never before with a 60-piece orchestra, whilst the film itself will be presented in stunning HD via a huge screen. Taking place in the Royal Concert hall, this is a must for any Bridget Jones fan! 
Based on the novel of the same name by Helen Fielding, the film adaptation starring Renée Zellweger as the title character follows the neurotic 32-year-old Londoner Bridget Jones trying to find love within a year and keeping a diary of her encounters. This leads her to a love triangle with her beguiling boss, played by Hugh Grant, and a disagreeable acquaintance played by Colin Firth. 

Tickets start at £29.50

GlasGLOW@Botanic Gardens - until 11th November

This Halloween, step into a magical world full of light, fantasy and fun at a brand-new event where Glasgow’s West End will be transformed by the imaginations behind the country’s biggest sound and light shows and the itison team.
Through the iconic gates of Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens, the world of GlasGLOW awaits.
Wander into another realm where dragons live on and worlds of light, sound and magic wait to be discovered with a finale that has to be seen to be believed.
Even better there’s firepits for toasting marshmallows; stalls with hot drinks (and hot toddies) to keep you warm as you explore; and a food village with plenty of gourmet goodies.

Tickets start at £12

Brushes at War@Kelvingrove - throughout November

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum will mark this years WW1 anniversary with the European debut of a world-class exhibition of 219 original paintings and drawings by the troops who served in World War I. Following a chronological narrative Brushes with War; Art from the Front Line portrays most major battles and all aspects of the First World War. Depicted in oils, watercolours and drawings the artworks were created by frontline soldiers from numerous countries from 1914 to 1918. 

The artworks illustrate the first-hand experiences and struggles through the eyes of the men who actually fought in combat, were wounded in action, taken prisoner and survived aerial dogfights. Independent of official censorship and free from the embellishment of popular propaganda the works share something of the soldiers’ personal brushes with war, capturing insights, moods and motifs often missed by official photographers and observers of the war.

Tickets are £7 and available at the door.

Tango Bar@Blackfriars - every Wednesday

Fancy a go at Tango or dying to show your skills?

Glasgow's longest running Argentine Tango event inside the Blackfriars bar in Merchant city has an ever popular mix of music and dancing to enjoy. It's a great place for beginners and experienced dancers alike to relax together in good company and have a good time dancing to an eclectic mix of tango music.
There's a good selection of food available from the bar itself till around 9pm so you can fortify yourself if you're coming straight from classes, work etc. 

The event is free and starts from 8.30pm.

Science Lates@Science Centre - 30th November

Looking for something different to do with your Friday night? Look no further than the Glasgow Science centre adult themed 2018 series of Science Lates; six events where we open the whole building for enjoyment - no kids allowed. There's shows, workshops and experts galore at the event too. There's also a fully stocked bar and tasty food straight from their kitchen available to purchase.

Tickets are £10 with a student discount.

This months hidden gem… 

Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis

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!

See you next month for the Christmas Edition :-)

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