A feast of activities are lined up for Glasgow over the next few weeks – literally as it happens in the case of the first-ever Riverside Seafood Festival which will take place on the weekend of Saturday, August 6 and 7.
Other events include an opportunity to cycle the city´s roads without the interruption of vehicles, the chance to stroke the Highland Coos at Pollock Family Day and, for the athletically-inclined, a spurt through the city centre by taking part in the Great Scottish Run. [Continue reading…]
Now that the summer months are upon us, it’s a time when many of us flock to festivals. There’s a good selection to choose from in Manchester, and even if you’ve missed some of them, others take place at various times of the year. Here are a few of the most well-known: [Continue reading…]
Glasgow’s Merchant City Festival celebrates its tenth year with more than 130 dance act, poetry recitals, street theatre and comedy over four spectacularly colourful days from July 21 to 24. [Continue reading…]
Miles Davis, Ray Charles, Dilly Gillespie and Sarah Vaughan– what do they all have in common? Yup, you’ve guessed it, they’ve all walked the mean streets of Glasgow at one time or another (although possibly they sauntered along the posher parts of the city). [Continue reading…]
Festival time is nearly upon us and most of us will have weighed up the expense of going and the chance of a good line up against the notoriously difficult journeys there and back carrying at least half of your belongings, and possibly even the kitchen sink. Now unknown to many is the simple fact that a festival needn’t be so exhausting, in fact Birmingham itself is home to one of the best festivals across the land – the Mostly Jazz Festival. [Continue reading…]
Stuck for entertainment in Glasgow during June 3 to 26? Hardly!!
The West End Festival turns its back on the recession by promising yet more acts and events than ever before at what has become one of Glasgow’s biggest – and most diverse extravaganzas – in recent years. [Continue reading…]