Family

Looking for fun things to do with the family? You’ll be spoilt for choice in Glasgow, with lots of family-friendly attractions and activities. From Dinosaurs to Dali to Tallships and city tours, you won’t find a better city to entertain the whole family.

Spoons for All with Cormac Byrne

City Halls

The rhythm wizard Cormac Byrne will have you exploring a variety of techniques with the spoons …

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Kids Come & Try Samba Drumming (4-7 years) with Big Groove

City Halls

Bang on a drum, strike a cowbell or thwack a tambourim - all good noisy fun!  Why don’t you …

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All Age Samba Band (ages 8 - adult) with Big Groove

City Halls

Join Helen Carmichael from Big Groove Promotions as she turns a group of wannabe drummers into …

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Design & Build

Bridgeton Library

Lego MINDSTORMS uses Lego Technics combined with motors and sensors to create all sorts of robo …

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Jock's Jocks: Behind the Scenes with Gary West

Waterstones

Jock's Jocks:  Behind the Scenes with Gary West A talk  …

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There’s Always the Hills: A Lifetime of Books and Wild Places

Waterstones

Cameron McNeish is an award-winning writer and television presenter whose fields of interest in …

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Trad Strings Masterclass with Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas

Hall

A two-day masterclass for players of violin, viola, cello and string bass10am – 3:30pm both d …

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Ukulele School with Finlay Allison

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

A two-day Ukelele school10am – 3:30pm both days (doors open 9.45am) Celtic Connections Ukule …

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Muppets From Space

Glasgow Film Theatre

For their sixth big screen adventure, the focus of our Muppet attentions is Gonzo, that blue, h …

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Dove Tales: Home Front

Waterstones

Dove Tales:  Home Front A talk  …

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Celtic Connections 2020

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

“If there’s one thing that makes wintertime in Glasgow great then it’s Celtic Connections …

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Bluegrass Masterclass with Sierra Hull

Hall

Three-time winner of the IBMA Mandolin Player of the Year Award and co-founder of the First Lad …

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