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Creative Glasgow

Disarmingly blending sophistication and earthiness, Scotland’s biggest city has evolved into one of Britain’s most intriguing metropolises and a haven for the visual arts.
The Life Gallery at the Kelvingrove




Orchestral rock, serious theatre, musical dramas – the Citizens Theatre is one of Scotland’s top performance venues. The theatre is firmly entrenched in Glasgow life and engaged in education and community work. It’s well worth trying to catch a gig here, or book an entertaining guided backstage tour through the Victorian theatre space (; 119 Gorbals St; tours £10).


Glasgow is the king of Scotland’s live-music scene. Year after year, touring musicians and travellers alike name Glasgow one of their favourite cities in the world to enjoy live music. One of the city’s premier music pubs is King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, a 300-capacity grassroots venue hosting bands every night of the week. Oasis were signed after playing here.

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