Southside Fringe,

Various venues,

From tomorrow

The 17-day annual festival will see between 30 to 50 local venues host around 100 to 200 art, drama, cabaret, comedy, music, literature, spoken word, health and lifestyle and food and drink events. Visit

Barras Food Trucks Fest,

Moncur Street,


Peruse a fantastic selection of eateries and some of Glasgow’s finest DJs providing the soundtrack for the day. Free to attend.

Princess for a Day Brunch,



Frozen’s Anna will meet and greet kids in time for breakfast. Plenty of entertainment will be put on, including storytime, arts and crafts and games and singing. Tickets by Eventbrite.


Barrowland Ballroom,


Catch the very best DJ talent from around the country, from the Northern Soul, Mod and 60s R&B scenes. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Walk of Hope,

Glasgow Science Centre,


Starting at 4.15am, see dawn break and raise awareness and valuable funds for the Centre for Help, Response and Intervention Surrounding Suicide. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Community Cinema,

Number 18 Venue,


Number 18’s Community Cinema brings affordable experiences for all and all events include food and drink with the movie ticket. This week, it’s Ocean’s 8. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Bearsden Festival,

Bearsden Academy,


Head along for the grand opening with art, food, music and our the inaugural Community Awards ceremony recognising volunteers. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Gods of Rap,

SSE Hydro,


This once in a lifetime tour marks the anniversary of three landmark albums: Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Enter The Wu-Tang 36 Chambers’, Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back’ and De La Soul’s ‘3 Feet High and Rising’. Visit

Gladdy Wax,

The Rum Shack,


Don’t miss one of the UK’s best loved revival dee jays and sound system operators. Tickets by Eventbrite.


Tron Theatre,

Until May 31

A mini-festival of edgy and provocative new work. An ideal opportunity to escape and enjoy the very best in new engaged and engaging projects. Head to