Best Events in November
Oh, November. While it might not have the sparkle of Christmas, that doesn’t mean it can’t be one hell of a magical month. Winter is coming but there’s a big few weeks choc full of great food, fun nights, quirky events and killer club nights on the way. Say yes to November - and all the treats it’s got in store - with our pick of some of the best events in Glasgow this month.
Last updated on 8th November 2017
Take the ultimate Glasgow experience as this walking tour takes you to some of the city's best bars. There will be three hours of talks and tastings as well as plenty of whisky knowledge.
Scotland is famed for its whisky and this walking tour of the West End will give you the full lowdown. Head to four different bars to discover a range of malts, learn more about its production and even which greats have been inspired by drinking it.
Get into the American spirit on Vinnicombe Street this November as Hillhead Bookclub put on a Thanksgiving feast. There will be turkey, pecan pie and plenty of £3 mojitos, along with live music from The Wasp.
From Sirens to Real, Gorgon City's albums have been soundtracking our lives for the past few years. Head to SWG3 this November to hear the iconic electronic duo work their magic.
Pussy Riot are landing in Glasgow for a performance of their iconic Riot Days. Told by members of the group, the performance retells their protest at Moscow's cathedral through monologues, film footage and theatre.
Hosted by Scotland's largest 1920s-themed cabaret and club night, this festive ball will certainly get you in the Christmas mood. One of the funnest November events, expect champagne, decadence and lots of dancing.
DREAD is one of the UK's most terrifying experiences and it's in Glasgow. Take a trip round the maze of horror this November and if you survive you will be rewarded with a portion of loaded fries at Drury Street Bar and Kitchen.
Strike a pose for this fun and quirky photo shoot. With bubbles and sweets provided, its a great idea for a November night out in Glasgow.
There's no lack of reasons to celebrate the last Friday of the month as it is, but the night of sweet disco beats coming to Hillhead Bookclub on the 25th offers even more of a reason to hit the town. Resident DJ Kev Stevens has featured on the same bill as the likes of Felix da Housecat and Horse Meat Disco and you’ll find him spinning an eclectic mix of disco, rare grooves and old school funky stuff from 9pm; go get stuck in.
O2 Glasgow is gearing up for a serious party this November. Festival of the Dead will be a massive Mexican-style party that brings huge DJ talent, circus acts, and performers to the city.
Dr Sketchy is unlike any life-drawing even you've experienced before. With cabaret stars as your models and The Riding Room bar as your backdrop, it's one of the most intriguing events in Glasgow this November