Glasgow Living's Weekend Whereaboots (22/9)
Welcome to the Weekend Whereaboots – our pick of events to enjoy in Glasgow on the fun days of the week. Enjoy – and if you have an event you’d like to share with us, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do!
Friday 23rd September, Loks Bar & Kitchen
Looking for a night out that combines delicious food AND amazing music? Well Loks Bar & Kitchen have you covered! This Friday, Papa Shandy & the Drams are playing and for £25 you can dine on a 3 course meal and enjoy the band, or £10 for music only. With a setlist including Mumford & Sons, AC/DC and Avicii, this will be a night everyone will enjoy. For more information, visit their website.
Saturday 24th September, 1pm/3:30pm, Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
Not strictly Glasgow, but it will be worth the trip to Motherwell for Fun Box’s superhero adventure! With two showings on Saturday, 1pm and 3:30pm, the wee ones will be delighted to see Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo. For more information, click here.
Sunday 25th September, 6pm-9pm, Braehead Arena
Get down to Braehead Arena this Sunday to watch Glasgow’s only professional ice hockey club in action playing against the Belfast Giants. For tickets click here.
Friday 23rd-Monday 26th, Byre’s Road
In the heart of the West End, Byre’s Road Book Festival will take place this weekend. Crime novel will play a big part in the festival, with it being Scotland’s favourite literary genre and all. There will also be a programme of conversations and discussions, signings, storytelling sessions, literary tours and a murder mystery event. For the full programme, click here.
Sunday 25th September, 6pm-3am, The Sanctuary
What better way to spend the Bank Holiday weekend, that to go out on a Sunday night? Starting at 6pm, this Day & Night Terrace party has all the makings for a perfect Sunday Sesh. For tickets and more informations, click here.
Thursday 22nd-Saturday 24th, various times, King’s Theatre Glasgow
Do you love musicals and all that jazz? (Sorry…) Well Chicago is in Glasgow! Arriving to the King’s Theatre on Monday, Chicago has brought some glam to the city starring John Partridge as Billy Flynn, Hayley Tamaddon as Roxie Hart and Jessie Wallace as Matron ‘Mama’ Morton. For showtimes and tickets, click here.
Saturday 24th, 8pm-10pm, Rollerstop Roller Rink
Thought roller rinks were just for kids? Think again! Get down to the Rollerstop Roller Rink and get your skates on to 80s and 90s hits, oh and fancy dress is encouraged. Skate hire is available. For tickets and timetables, click here.