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  • The exterior of King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in St Vincent Street, Glasgow
    King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
  • Shoppers walk along the street stalls on Candleriggs during the Merchant City Festival
    Merchant City Festival
  • The World Pipe Band Championships, Glasgow Green, east of the city centre of Glasgow
    The World Pipe Band Championships

A great way to experience Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley’s flourishing creative scene is at its exciting arts and cultural events.

From the high profile Glasgow Film Festival to the literary Aye Write! festival and the Merchant City Festival, events are held throughout the year at venues across the region.

The Glasgow Film Festival in February presents a fortnight of premieres and red carpet events, all open to the public to join in.

March sees the Aye Write! Book Festival celebrate the best of Scottish and international writers, while the Glasgow International Comedy Festival also gets into full swing – expect some laughs from comedy’s biggest names.

Discover music, theatre, gala days, dance and comedy at the West End Festival in June with choral music, folk, rock and jazz alongside author readings, guided walks and all types of dance, or enjoy an exciting programme of unique and innovative performances, including world premieres, at the Merchant City Festival in July.

In August, witness a winner being crowned at the World Pipe Band Championships on Glasgow Green. In the culmination of a week of events in the Piping Live! festival, more than 200 bands come together in a dazzling sound and vision experience of traditional pipes and drums.

Whether you want to catch the latest art exhibition or spend a family day out, the superb choice of arts and culture events in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley won’t disappoint.

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  1. Gradings

    Glasgow

    Borderline perform Sue Glover's internationally renowned 18th century drama.

    Dates

    14 Apr 2015 to 18 Apr 2015
  2. Junction 25 New Work

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    A new work from Junction 25.

    Dates

    20 Mar 2015 to 21 Mar 2015
  3. Gradings

    Glasgow

    Top new theatre from some of the country's best talent.

    Dates

    20 Apr 2015 to 25 Apr 2015
  4. Gradings

    Glasgow

    A silly and unexpected take of the classic tale.

    Dates

    18 Mar 2015
  5. Gradings

    Glasgow

    Hosts of popular comedy-horror podcast to stare into the abyss of Great Britain, Great Britain to stare back, laugh.

    Dates

    25 Mar 2015
  6. Scarred For Life

    Type

    Arts & Cultural

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    Photographs of people with congenital heart disease, showing their scars.

    Dates

    4 Mar 2015 to 15 Mar 2015
  7. The Slab Boys

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    One of the best-loved works in twentieth-century Scottish theatre, revived in a major new production directed by David Hayman.

    Dates

    12 Feb 2015 to 7 Mar 2015
  8. Scottish Opera: Kido (Ages 3-4)

    Type

    Sport & Leisure

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    Scottish Opera's new show for youngsters and their carers is fast paced and full of fun.

    Dates

    19 Mar 2015 to 20 Mar 2015
  9. Scotland + Venice Exhibition

    Type

    Arts & Cultural

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    The Scotland + Venice exhibition will look back at Scotland's contribution to the prestigious Venice architecture Biennale from 2004-2014 and how Scotland's architecture has been represented internationally for the past 10 years.

    Dates

    6 Feb 2015 to 18 Mar 2015
  10. Lippy

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Glasgow

    A drama about four women who decide to kill themselves.

    Dates

    8 Apr 2015 to 11 Apr 2015
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