The Glitter and Grind Revue returns for another night of Britain's best burlesque and cabaret. Harking back to the golden era of entertainment, the evening is sure to be a rip roaring success of variety performances of the highest calibre.
Cool and Quirky Events in Glasgow
Something a little different, slightly left of centre, kooky, offbeat; anything a bit strange and we're all over it. Luckily there is no shortage of quirky things to do in Glasgow. From foodie frolics, to movie nights with a twist, crazy club nights and a novelty hi-jinks, our fair city has got them all... and then some. So why not check out our guide to the weird, the wonderful and the quirky events in Glasgow.
Watch some amazing cabaret every Friday at Arta, showing everything from burlesque and magic to amazing live music. And afterwards you can stay for their club night for more music till late.
Get to Sloans every last Wednesday of the month at Sloans, who will put on a cheesy soundtrack while you feast on four different kinds of mac and cheese. There's a 'mystery mac' for some drama, and cheesy tunes in the background.
With the infamous GlasVegas Showgirl Roxy Stardust presenting and a whole range of amazing burlesque and cabaret performers in, this is one wild and quirky festival in Glasgow you probably shouldn't miss.
Not only will there be delicious street food and boozy hot toddies at this unique event, but you can also gaze at the stars from the iconic Botanic Gardens, as the space has been transformed into an immersive landscape of light, sound and fantasy with an incredible £500,000 investment.
Neverland is a quirky student night in Glasgow that's always got something outlandish going on. From bouncy castles to foam parties, Cone on your Head Night to Half Way to Christmas parties in June, this weekly Glasgow club night goes heavy on the whimsy. So next time you're in the mood for a novelty night out, this Sauchiehall Street nightclub is the place to head.
Film buff rejoice - at last, a quiz that lets you test out your movie knowledge! The Mostly Movie Pub Quiz at The Lane Bar pays homage to the bars location (they're attached to a cinema) and the top prize is a £50 bar tab for The Lane - you'd best get swotting!
Popcorn Horror is bringing Glasgow Horror Fest back for the fourth time and it's going to be a proper spooky show. Filled with events and panels, there will be escape room experiences, live horror movies, guest speakers and plenty more.
While it may only be held every 4th Wednesday of the month, Ball Drag Bingo is still one of the most unique nights out in Glasgow. Join Hillhead Bookclub as this unique night puts other bingo events in the city to shame with partying, bingo calling and booze galore.