IT'S the first week of the school summer holidays - and there's so much happening around town!

Little Miss Sunshine, 
King's Theatre,
Until Saturday

This uplifting show celebrates the quirks of every family and the power of overcoming our differences as the Hoover family sets off on an 800-mile road trip. Get tickets at

Summer Parties,
Queen’s Park,
Saturday, 4pm

Melting Pot and Heverlee Beer are bringing a series of summer parties to the leafy setting of the Queen’s Park Arena bandstand. Visit

125 Years,
Bridgeton Bus Museum,
Sunday, 10am

Celebrate Glasgow’s transport heritage with a large gathering of former Glasgow buses along with special displays of transport-related artefacts. Email

Vegan Connections Festival,
The Briggait,
Sunday, 11am

This year will host 45 stalls as well as vegan information talks from local businesses making a difference in both the vegan and Scottish communities. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Vegan Tasting Menu,
Tomillo at Ocho,
Tomorrow to Sunday

Indian food with a twist is on the bill here. Any menu that combines tropical fruit with chilli is a winner in our book. Call 07891149765 to book.

20th Birthday,
The Lighthouse,
Tomorrow, 6pm

Celebrate as the centre turns 20 this year. Be the first to see a new exhibition spanning over three floors. Free to attend but register at Eventbrite.

Folk On The Fringe,
On The Fringe,
Saturday, 8pm

The next Folk On The Fringe takes place this weekend. Don't miss this one, lineup will be “a belter”, say organisers. This night is held on the first Saturday of the month. Tickets by Eventbrite.

Number 18,
Saturday, 2pm

See the Disney remake about a young elephant whose oversized ears enable him to fly.  Tickets by Eventbrite.

Modern Barbering,
Sunday, 10am

These workshops are full of inspiration and motivation. In the morning, you will see demonstrations by a top educator. Tickets at Eventbrite.

Giraffes Can't Dance Party,
Waterstones Braehead,
Sunday, 3pm

Storytime and activities to celebrate 25 years of Giles Andreae’s “Giraffes Can’t Dance.” Register at Eventbrite. 


Family Festival,
Kelvingrove Bandstand,
Until July 22

Expect three weeks of free family entertainment at the hugely popular venue. The opening festivities this weekend will see an amazing lineup of community talent. Head on over to to know more.