Best Events in November

It's safe to say that 2020 has turned out a little different to how we imagined when we were partying away on New Year's Eve, but that's doesn't mean your winter has to be blue. As the nights draw in and the weather turns, we're helping you to keep cosy with gourmet Sunday roasts, beautiful heated terraces and quirky at-home events. Check out our guide on the best events in Glasgow this November here.

Last updated on 27th October 2020




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The season of golden tatties, fluffy Yorkshire puds and velvety gravy is finally here and we couldn't be happier about it. Whether you're on the hunt for a charming boozer, swish brasserie or lively haunt, we've created a guide to Glasgow's very best Sunday roasts. Elasticated waistbands at the ready.

@ TT Liquor on Friday 6th November 2020 and 3 other Fridays

Fancy upping your mixology skills? TT Liquor are inviting you to get creative in the kitchen with their step-by-step virtual cocktail masterclasses. You'll receive a handy kit before the event, with all the ingredients and equipment needed to shake up your very own tipples, and there will even be a competition for the best handcrafted sip.

@ Online Event on Thursday 29th October 2020 and 3 other Thursdays

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Promising a night of bonkers fun, cool prizes and endless lols, The Big Quiz of Utter Nonsense is the perfect way to spend a night at home. Grab your housemates and settle in for 90 minutes of miming, drawing and drinking, with tickets starting at just £6.

@ Glasgow Central Station on Sat, 14th Oct 2017 - Mon, 30th Nov 2020

Seize those crisp autumnal days with this outdoor treasure hunt. Taking place all around Glasgow, this alfresco adventure will see you following a map, tracking down clues and (hopefully) finding some treasure. The ideal solution to your social distancing woes, the event will see you exploring the city's hidden backstreets and famous landmarks. 

While the days of soaking up rays with an Aperol in hand may be over, beer gardens are still going strong. Boasting handy coverings and cosy heaters, these outdoor spots are the perfect place to catch up with your pals in a socially-distanced setting. 

Haven't you heard? Staying in is the new going out. Luckily, that doesn't mean staying sober though - these handy booze deliveries will have you swigging on craft beer and quaffing cocktails without leaving the comfort of your own front room.

As the leaves fall from the trees and the days get crisper, there's no better time to get out and explore the beautiful trails that are right on your doorstep. From canalside strolls to county park stomps, we've rounded up Glasgow's best walks and where to grab a hearty lunch afterwards.