Not sure where you’ll find the best musicals? Looking to find an art show at the cutting edge of modernity? We’ve answered all the most commonly asked questions about tickets and events near you to make your choice an easy one:
A trip to the circus is guaranteed fun for all the family. This traditional form of travelling entertainment has been around for over 250 years, offering everything from acrobats, jugglers and musicians to trapeze artists, clowns and illusionists. Book your seat – you’ll only need the edge of it - for tightrope walking, gymnastic tumbling and balancing acts. You’ll also get a kick out of the sideshow entertainers as they take over the ring.
If you’re in Glasgow, enjoy an evening with a view from the Grandstand Seating at Big Kid Circus at Intu Braehead, or watch the Magnificent Top Hat celebratory performance at Zippos Circus.
Expect to have a lot of fun. Scottish crowds are renowned the world over for being some of the most passionate in the world, so if you’re attending a music event in Glasgow, get ready to bounce. Oh, and learn the lyrics to Flower of Scotland before you go!
Of course, Glasgow is about more than just music festivals. Some of our favourites celebrate the best of the city’s top restaurants and bars, including:
There’s too much to choose from! Glasgow’s art scene and restaurant culture put the city into the ‘must-visit’ category, but even if you’re local you may find some inspiration below.
Whatever takes your fancy! Flying acrobats? Check. Dinner and a movie? Check again. Glasgow’s home to everything from ballet to basketball, as well as the world’s tallest cinema. So there's plenty to fill an evening out on the town.
Visit the circus. Take a ringside seat to watch thrilling and daring entertainment up close.
The MAC Theatre Belfast, or The Metropolitan Arts Centre, to call it by its full name, is one of the new incarnations of theatre in a spell of frantic arts regeneration in Belfast. Many residents will know it by its previous incarnation, The OMAC, Old Museum Arts Centre. The OMAC was housed in a Georgian building in the city centre; just a
ParagraphThe Grand Opera House is one of Belfast’s architectural treasures. Sitting on Great Victoria Street its front façade is a beautiful example of the work of architect Frank Matcham. It has undergone many refurbishments as part of its 119 year history from re-naming to repurposing as a variety hall, cinema and theatre. Now the theatre hosts l
Dangers to Dry JanuaryAfter the excesses of the Christmas period it makes sense to have a little time off from liver punching amounts of booze and gout inducing foodstuffs. But the whole of January? Are you sure? That’s a lot of days. Thirty-one to be exact and we’re only just reaching the halfway mark. If you’re persevering with ‘Dry January’ or s