From ABBA tribute to pantos: Five things to do in Glasgow this weekend

From turning yourself into an elf to seeing a pumpkin being transformed into a carriage, just imagine what else we can do!

This weekend’s all about creating a magical spirit, and here’s one thing you can tick off your Santa list as we have five wonderful things to do in Glasgow. 

Time to stretch into the back of your wardrobe and grab your elf costume for the ‘Elf Family Fun Run’.

Though, if you don’t want to swap your pointed elf shoes for running shoes, feel free to pop along to the fayre for Christmas goodies, a magical Santa’s grotto, live carol singers and more.

Both events are free and taking place on Saturday, 11 am at Gartnavel General Hospital Great Western Road, Glasgow West End G12 0YN.

This Saturday you can be the Dancing Queen of Glasgow with ABBA’s Disco Wonderland tribute night.  

From Saturday 10pm to Sunday 3 am join SWG3 for your favourite ABBA songs as long as you have your vaccine passport and are over the age of 18. Tickets start at £9.25

If you haven’t already seen it, you have one last chance to go on Saturday to hear the “Tale as old as time!’

The pantomime is taking place at 7pm, church hall in Killoch Drive in the city’s Knightswood. The tickets have sold out but if you arrive at the venue that night there will be spots left.

It will be the first weekend the city’s biggest outdoor restaurant has opened its doors to Glasgow, transporting the visitors into a Winter Village.

The address is 28 Tunnel Street, with the event is beginning on November 26 and lasts until January 2.

You shall go to the ball. Join Cinderella, the two ugly stepsisters, the wicked stepmother, fairy godmother, and prince charming.

From November 27 to January 2, 297 Bath Street, Glasgow, the King’s Theatre will welcome you with tickets available for £13. 

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