GlasgowLiving’s Weekend Whereaboots (20/9)
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 21st October, 1pm-5pm, Wild Cabaret
After the huge success of our last event, GlasgowLiving is hosting another fun, free and fabulous afternoon at Wild Cabaret. You are invited to join us in the Merchant City for an event dedicated to showcasing what you have to offer and the chance to network with like-minded creatives and businesses. Indulge in some light refreshments and delicious food, whilst enjoying our programme of compelling speakers, entertainment and innovative (read: refreshingly non-awkward) networking. Tickets went fast, so due to popular demand, we’ve released an extra 20 tickets. To sign up, click here.
Sunday 23rd October, 4pm-6pm, Gesso
Mayuko’s Kitchen are hosting another Sushi Workshop, with Japanese chef Mayuko, teaching you how to make different styles of sushi including nigiri, maki and temaki using fresh salmon, tuna and vegetables. The 2-hour class includes a free sushi mat and chopsticks, as well as a complimentary glass of wine. For more information, click here.
Thursday 20th-Saturday 22nd October, 8pm, The SSE Hydro
Following the success of his BBC TV series, Gary Tank Commander is performing at The SSE Hydro. The show will see Cpl Gary McLintoch’s biggest and most dangerous mission to date… For tickets, click here.
Thursday 20th-Sunday 23rd October, various times, CCA: Centre for Contemporary Arts
This is the 14th year of Scotland’s only Human Rights film festival, Document. The festival will kick off with Betzabé García’s Kings of Nowhere (Los Reyes Del Pueblo Que No Existe) and will close with Maya Goded’s Sundance Selected Plaza de la Soledad. There will also be a rare showing of Peter Watkins’ six hour La Commune (Paris 1871) at the University of Glasgow. For tickets and more information, click here.
Thursday 20th October, 7:30pm, Clyde Auditorium
Legends of Zelda fans, rejoice! Based on the popular game series, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses features live orchestral performances and a giant screen showing scenes of the series. For tickets, click here.