Sunday Nights in Glasgow
Ah Sunday. You could succumb to The Fear, lock yourself away and watch the Antiques Roadshow. Or, you could embrace Sunday for the day that's in it, your last chance to cram a little more weekend into your weekend. Whether it's one last night on the razz in the city, just a wee hair of the dog in Merchant City, or a boozy brunch or Sunday roast that lingers on 'til late in the West End, Glasgow nightlife has some blinding choices for all your Sunday night needs.
Last updated on 25th April 2017
Have a chilled evening every Sunday at Brel with great food, beers, vibes and music. With free live music every Sunday from 8pm to 10pm head down for a beer or a bite and take in the tunes. Local musos play a lively blend of rock 'n' roll, rockabilly, country, blues and jazz. A chilled out conclusion to your weekend, and a great evening in the West End.
As part of the bank holiday weekend, George Fitzgerald is bringing his Hidden Places tour to Glasgow. Join him at The Poetry Club as he soundtracks a huge after party for RiverSide Festival.
Sunday's are indeed sacred at the Curler's Rest with incredible pub grub, ample Sunday papers, board games and live sport. With a toasty fire, comfy seats and great vibes, this is one mighty West End pub in which to ride out your hangover. Come early and leave late, Monday, what Monday?
Finish off the weekend with some great music and mighty banter in The Ben Nevis in Finnieston. Sunday trad sessions bring in some of Glasgow's finest contemporary players. Stave off the Monday blues with a wee dram, enjoy some cracking tunes and send off the weekend in style.
Finish off your weekend in style with Sunday Roaster at The Garage. Hear chart hits and old classics rehashed and remixed with resident DJs Garry and Andrew for a chilled yet stomping session. And, of course, drinks promos all night.
Sunday need never be a dull day again as Dr Sketchy's takes place every second Sunday of the month at Stereo. Sharpen your pencils and get ready to draw a mix of unique characters at this life drawing class with a difference; guests include burlesque stars, cabaret acts and contortionists.
For a lively, laid back end to the week, get yourself down to The Flying Duck every Sunday for one cracking folk session. With free live music every weekend, it's well worth a visit. All players are welcome to join in, so don't forget your fiddle.