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Scotland’s largest city Glasgow is second to none in the country when it comes to entertainment. From its history as Scotland's largest seaport, Glasgow is now the cultural hub of Scotland, serving as home to fantastic art galleries, theatres and live music venues.


Saturday 28 March 2020

Jamie Pollock

Gig

Jamie Pollock

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

Chart & Pop Music

 King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

 20:30

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Des Clarke: Happy Place

Comedy

Des Clarke: Happy Place

Comedy

 The Garage, Glasgow

 20:00

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The Marley Experience Plus Support

Gig

The Marley Experience Plus Support

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Reggae

Tribute Bands

Hard Rock & Metal

 Stereo, Glasgow

 19:00

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Alun Cochrane: Brave New Alun

Comedy

Alun Cochrane: Brave New Alun

Comedy

 Oran Mor, Glasgow

 20:00

From £17Select
THE STYLE COUNCILLORS "Café Bleu" Tour

Gig

THE STYLE COUNCILLORS "Café Bleu" Tour

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

Soul

Chart & Pop Music

Jazz

Tribute Bands

 St Lukes & The Winged Ox, Glasgow

 19:00

From £19Select
Susie Mccabe: Born Believer

Comedy

Susie Mccabe: Born Believer

Comedy

 King's Theatre, Glasgow

 19:30

From £24Select
A Play a Pie & a Pint - the Infernal Serpent

Theatre

A Play a Pie & a Pint - the Infernal Serpent

Theatre

 Oran Mor, Glasgow

 13:00

From £17Select
Nordic Giants

Gig

Nordic Giants

Gigs

Rock, Indie & Alternative

Hard Rock & Metal

 Drygate, Glasgow

 19:00

From £20Select
Raheil Ahmad: Bad Muslim

Comedy

Raheil Ahmad: Bad Muslim

Comedy

 The Hug And Pint, Glasgow

 22:00

From £10Select
Thomas Craven: ATTENTION!

Comedy

Thomas Craven: ATTENTION!

Comedy

 The Hug And Pint, Glasgow

 20:30

From £6Select



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Scotland’s largest city Glasgow is second to none in the country when it comes to entertainment. From its history as Scotland's largest seaport, Glasgow is now the cultural hub of Scotland, serving as home to fantastic art galleries, theatres and live music venues. Glasgow's position as Scotland's main powerhouse means that it is blessed with hosting many of Scotland's national arts organisations, including Scottish Opera and Scottish Ballet whose performance home can be found at the city's Theatre Royal. Just a few of its museums and galleries include the Gallery of Modern Art, the Hunterian Museum and the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. While Glasgow's intellectual standing in Scotland remains, the city also offers more visceral pleasures for thrill-seekers - visitors can catch one of the country's two biggest football teams, Celtic and Rangers, or partake in the city's world famous live music scene. Some of the world's finest musicians have passed through Glasgow, whether in the intimate surroundings of King Tut's Wah Wah Hut or the ultra-modern SSE Hydro Arena.