What's on in Glasgow
Meet at McLellans Arch.
31 May 12.30pm at Glasgow Green, Glasgow.
Local young altrockers.
14 May 9pm at Bloc+, Glasgow.
Learn a variety of new acrylic painting techniques from artist Iain Connell and experiment with a variety of styles, surfaces and textures. By the end of the course, you’ll have completed four new paintings. Materials list provided upon registration.
To enroll complete the online registration form at 42southart.co.uk.
Booking is essential.
10 Apr–17 Apr, 8 May–12 Jun Wed 7–9pm at Pollokshields Burgh Hall, Glasgow.
Works by 19th and 20th century British artists including the Glasgow Girls and Boys, the Scottish Colourists and the Bloomsbury Group, as well as works by contemporary artists.
5 Apr–31 May Mon–Sat 9.30am–5.30pm at Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow.
Soul, funk and disco from Glasgow label Big Break Records (BBR) and residents Wayne Dickson, Malcolm McKenzie and Roddie Gibb.
20 Apr 11pm at The Admiral, Glasgow.
8 Apr 7.30pm at Broadcast, Glasgow.
Comedy spoof of 50 Shades of Grey.
13 May–17 May Mon–Fri 7.30pm at Pavilion Theatre, Glasgow.
Aka Glasgow electronica trio Apollo Gets The Girl.
5 Jun 8pm at The Art School, Glasgow.
Agatha Christie Theatre Company present the Queen of Mystery’s classic thriller, packed with red herrings and suspense til the very end.
18 Nov–23 Nov Mon–Wed 7.30pm; Thu 2.30pm & 7.30pm; Fri 7.30pm; Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm at Theatre Royal, Glasgow.
Hilarious and harrowing tale where we meet Steve Jobs and Chinese workers toiling to make our beloved iPhones. A retooled version of the controversial monologue whose ‘fact’-based story created a media maelstrom, written by Mike Daisey and performed by Grant O’Rourke.
17 May–19 May Fri–Sun 7.45pm at Main Auditorium at Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
Influenced by the like of Whose Line is it Anyway? and Fast and Loose, ToBeContinued take audience suggestions, no matter how silly, and transform myriad ideas into fast-paced improvised comedy.
22 Mar–30 Mar Fri & Sat 8.15pm at Vespbar, Glasgow.
Magazine launch for TLG, with 10% off all artwork.
30 Mar Noon at A. Gallery, Glasgow.
Kids can have a go too – shout out your funniest ideas for the comedians onstage to turn into wacky stories – completely on the spot!
23 Mar–30 Mar Sat 2pm at The Grosvenor Café, Glasgow.
Long-running weekly showcase for local songwriters performing original material, hosted by Gerry Lyons.
25 Mar–23 Dec Mon 8.30pm at Nice'n'Sleazy, Glasgow.
This short course from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland explores the world of musical theatre, introducing students to the techniques needed to perfect the difficult task of acting through song.
20 Apr–21 Apr Sat & Sun 10am–5pm at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow.
ADD-ART supports people recovering from addictions and is managed by the Arts and Health network in Glasgow East. They’ve partnered up with Ignite Theatre and the Write Attitude for this year’s Aye Write!, with all three groups performing works of their own creation.
17 Apr 2.30pm at Mitchell Library, Glasgow.
Patrick Barlow’s ingenious adaptation of John Buchan’s spy novel, in which four actors play 139 roles between them. Barlow’s adaptation is heavily influenced by Hitchcock’s 1935 film version. Directed by Maria Aitken.
15 Mar–16 Mar Fri 7.30pm; Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm at Theatre Royal, Glasgow.
Three office workers get their own back on their lying bigot of a boss and conspire to take over the company, all while singing along to 18 classic Dolly Parton numbers.
13 Aug, 14 Aug–15 Aug, 14 Aug–17 Aug, 17 Aug 8pm at King's Theatre, Glasgow.
Indie Rocks line-up.
20 Apr 7.30pm at Maggie May's, Glasgow.
Arts collective 85a presents the première of industrial horror film Chernozem (Black Earth). The night starts with a masked costume party with live music from Sister Deadfoot (8pm–10.45pm) then guests are invited to the GFT to watch a screening (11pm, tickets sold separately) then back again for an afterparty (12.30am–close) with ‘hypno-psych voodoo grooves’ from Golden Teacher and big beats from the 85A DJs.
29 Mar–30 Mar 8pm at The Flying Duck, Glasgow.