Cabaret in Glasgow
Cabaret in Glasgow has grown in popularity over recent years, with avant garde performances in fashion once again. While there are only a couple of venues who host regular cabaret nights, there are lots of Glasgow bars and clubs that play host to visiting acts bringing their fun time shows to the city. Check out our guide to bars with cabaret in Glasgow, and watch this space for visiting shows.
Last updated on 12th March 2018
Join the wildest nights in cabaret and burlesque at this revue, with your infamous GlasVegas showgirl host Roxy Stardust and a whole range of amazing performers, this is certainly a performance worth staying up for.
Join Joe Black in celebrating the villains of your favourite musicals at this fun and fabulous cabaret night in Glasgow. Black celebrates the baddest in the land in his own inimitable fashion.
Club Cabaret is Arta’s premier weekly show, bringing a variety show filled with everything from burlesque and magic to live music, and afterwards enjoy their club night until the early hours.
The Flying Duck is home to monthly club night Spangled Cabaret in Glasgow. The City Centre bar hosts cabaret acts and alternative performances of a wild night of swing, soul, ska, synth and everything in between. Held on the third Saturday of the month, this wild club night is a fun and frivolous affair in the Glasgow secret bar.
When it comes to cabaret in Glasgow, the Riding Room is the go-to bar for all things raucous and rollicking. This late night bar in Merchant City hosts live performances almost every night, with cabaret and burlesque shows making up a huge portion of the programme along with musicians, magicians and all manner of weird and wonderful entertainers.
Every second month, Arta transforms into a 1920s haven with cabaret acts, music from a big band and plenty of vintage tunes to keep your toes tapping. The Bang Bang Club may be new to Glasgow's cabaret scene, but has gathered a loyal following of vintage lovers. Held on the first Friday of every second month, this cabaret night in Glasgow is well worth waiting for.