Festival 2018
Various venues, until Sunday

This is the last chance to enjoy the fun-filled cultural programme of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships. Areas hosting sport will be buzzing with live music, circus, dance, theatre, visual art and much more at dedicated sites. Visit festival2018glasgow.com to see the full programme.

Festival of Drag
Virginia Street, Saturday and Sunday

The first event of its kind in the city, enjoy a variety of family-friendly fun, including drag queen story time, a pageant, drag shows bars, comedy, food and face-painting. Free to attend.

Lunch with Moana
Darcy’s, Sunday

Join the fearless Moana for games, storytime, a colouring competition, singing, dancing, prizes and surprises. Tickets are £16.76 per child, with fee, and include a kid’s buffet and cordial station. Buy at eventbrite.co.uk.

Trainspotting night and rave
SWG3, Saturday

A screening of seminal Scottish classic Trainspotting will be shown in the Galvanizers, with a ‘90s indie rave taking place after the film. Night kicks of at 9pm until 3am. Tickets are £16.75, with fee, at tickets-scotland.com.

Dockyard Social
95-107 Haugh Road, tomorrow to Sunday

The family and dog-friendly street food market is back in time for the European Championships closing party. Grab some amazing food cocktails from a brand new indoor gin garden. Tickets are £5 at dockyardsocial.com.

10’s Across the Board
O2 Academy, Sunday

Enjoy a night in the company of some of the contestants from series 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. In attendance will be Asia O’Hara, Kameron Michaels, Miz Cracker, Yuhua Hamasaki and winner Aquaria. Tickets are £32.88, with fee, via eventbrite.co.uk.

City Halls, tomorrow

Step up to the podium for a celebration of top tunes and medal-winning performances in a special concert for all the family. Cheer on different sections of the orchestra as they go for gold in a musical relay race. Tickets are £8, plus fee, via glasgowconcerthalls.com.

Evening Ceilidh
Merchant Square, Saturday and Sunday

Get your dancing shoes on and limber up for two nights of Celtic Connections ceilidhs. So, grab your partner and spin across the floor to your favourite tunes. Free to attend. Visit festival2018glasgow.com for details.

Dance Along Trolls
Old Fruitmarket, Saturday

Pack up the little ones for this family-friendly screening of Trolls that will have the entire crew dancing in the aisles – literally. Learn all the key dance moves before the movie starts then dance along to “Can't Stop The Feeling.” Tickets are £6.60, with fee. Book at ticketmaster.co.uk.

Summer Nights
Kelvingrove Bandstand, until Sunday

The two-week long festival winds down. Van Morrison takes over tonight, with The Fratellis taking to the stage tomorrow and Roddy Frame on Sunday. Buy tickets at ticketmaster.co.uk. The festival feature premium street food outlets also.


Food and Drink Tour
Venue TBC, ongoing

Wander through the West End and taste some of the best Scottish food and drink the city has to offer, enjoying the banter and Gaelic, while exploring the history and culture of Glasgow itself. Discover the area’s hidden gems as you visit six restaurants, shops and bars, sampling some gin and a wee dram along the way. Book a tour at glasgowfoodndrinktour.co.uk.