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|08 Feb 2023||CINE[STHESIA] Queer Identities in Broadcasting||National Library of Scotland at Kelvin Hall, Glasgow|
|16 Feb 2023||M2TM Scotland 2023 - Glasgow Heat||NICE N SLEAZY, Glasgow|
|08 Feb 2023||GSF Feel Good Future Information and Development Session||University of Glasgow|
|28 Feb 2023||Couch Surf (February)||The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow|
|17 Feb 2023||Peter Powers||The Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow|
|25 Feb 2023||Red Crust Festival - Winter Warmer Glasgow 2023||Ivory Blacks, Glasgow|
|14 Mar 2023||Couch Surf (March)||The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow|
|23 Feb 2023||Alex Gray launches Questions for a Dead Man||Waterstones Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow|
|18 May 2023||Glasgow Adjudication Workshop||citizenM Glasgow|
|13 Apr 2023||Caity Baser SWG3 Glasgow||SWG3, Glasgow|
Festivals in Glasgow are an experience you cannot miss if you want to live the true spirit of the city. From Food Festivals to comedy, music and more, Glasgow has them all. Glasgow Film Festival is among leading UK film festivals featuring new local and international films from all genres; mainstream, art-house experimentation; well-loved classics, cult and also includes filmmaker guest appearances and interactive workshops. Some other Film Festivals in Glasgow are - Glasgow Short Film Festival, Glasgow Music and Film Festival, Havana Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow Youth Film and World of Film: International Festival Glasgow. Glasgow International Comedy Festival brings together top comedy stars from around UK and the very best of home-grown Scottish talent for a comedy extravaganza with more than 513 shows across 18 fun packed days and across 54 city-wide venues making it Europe’s largest comedy festival. Glasgow West End Festival is Glasgow’s largest cultural event with over 400 events across 80 venues taking place in the month of June every year, it includes music, local history events, exhibitions, theatre, dance performances, workshops and film screenings. Festival of the Dead Glasgow is a contemporary event with themes of carnival, circus, theatre and unadulterated partying with giant skull processions, acrobats, circus performers, live music and Professional skull face painting.
Celtic Connections is a winter music festival over 3 weeks with 2,100 artists and 300 events making it the largest annual music festival of its kind. It has seen performances from some big names in the past like Snow Patrol, Alison Brown, Anna Coogan, Beth Nielson, Teenage FanClub, and many more. TRNSMT 2019 is a Scottish rock and indie music festival that takes place on Glasgow Green, it has become the quintessential event with the biggest acts in the rock and indie spectrum. Previous headliners include Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead, The Killers, Kasabian, and Biffy Clyro among others. Glasgow International Jazz Festival is an annual music festival featuring home-grown and international jazz talent spreading their magic across the most iconic venues in the city like Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow City Halls, The Old Fruitmarket, Saint Luke's and Drygat among others. Glasgow Summer Sessions is an outdoor summer concert series held at Bellahouston Park, with a lineup of rock, indie, dance and hip-hop stars. Performances in the past include N.E.R.D., Bugzy Malone, The Wombats, Twin Atlantic, DMA's and more.
If you want to attend a Glasgow Food Festival, check out Scottish Street Food Festival, Glasgow Real Ale Festival and The Gin to my Tonic Show. Scottish Street Food Festival is a 3-day festival that takes place at the iconic Riverside Museum celebrating Scotland's vibrant and ever-growing Street food culture with food trucks, restaurants, food vendors, suppliers & producers showcasing what they have to offer. Glasgow Real Ale Festival is a beer festival held at Briggait, with over 100 beers from breweries across Scotland and the rest of the UK, from pale hoppy ales to darker stouts and porters and ciders as well. The Gin To My Tonic Show at SEC Centre, is the ultimate Gin Festival hosting over 50 premium gin and tonics brands from across the UK and beyond, offering a spectrum of flavors with unlimited tastings. With well stocked-gin, vodka, rum and cocktail bars, cocktail making master classes, blind taste challenges, presentations from distilleries, tonic and garnish tutorials, and theatrical bartender performances, this is the ultimate gin experience.
Music, Food or Comedy? Or all together? Head over to an upcoming Glasgow Festival near you for the experience of a lifetime.