Raising money for two cancer-based charities, this cabaret extraordinaire is focusing on Prince. The Glitter and Grind Review will be paying homage to his highness with their usual mix of high-jinx and naughtiness.
Best Events in March
We're mad as March hares for all the great events in Glasgow this month; from Mardi Gras to Paddy's Day and Mother's Day, we don't need an excuse to go out this month. Samba-fuelled parties, sushi masterclasses and murder mystery events... there are some cracking things to do in Glasgow this March, so check out our guide to the best things to do.
Become an expert sushi maker as YO! invites you to Sushi School. Master the art of nigiri making, maki rolling and hand roll creating, with a step-by-step masterclass filled with advice and delicious dishes.
Three mouthwatering courses? Immersive entertainment? A murder mystery? Get all that and more as Murder On Titanic returns for a special afternoon tea with a twist. You can even bag yourselves tickets for less than £30.
In the mood for something a little different? Shake up your usual Wednesday night antics with a visit to this Merchant City favourite where cabaret performances, slinky burlesqye and a speed raffle awaits. What more could you want?
Single and ready to mingle? Join Pink Lobster Dating as the specialists take to Metropolitan for a night of classic cocktails and speed dating. What are you waiting for? Put down the phone, stop swiping and get your tickets now.
From craic and banter in the West End, to live music and flowing Guinness in Merchant City, St Patrick's Day is gearing up to be a big one. Whether you're looking for an authentic Irish pub experience or a hipster-twist on all things green, these are the places to be come March 17th.
Killer Kitsch has been there through the good times and through the bad, and this month they're here to heat things up. Head over to Buff Club for a Tuesday night filled with massive tunes, good vibes and hella fun.
Come Sunday 31st, it's time for all mums to get treated good and proper as the city comes alive to treat that lovely lady in your life. From slap-up meals and delicious courses to afternoon teas and charming cocktails, see what Glasgow is down for this Mother's Day.
You're crying out for some alternative entertainment, aren't ya? Here's where the eclectic Hillhead Bookclub can oblige; hosting a kooky night of Ball-Drag antics, this bingo night dishes out a cash prize of up to £500, with tongue in cheek banter and a load of laughs.