Whats going on in GLASGOW this weekend? by Nicole Heaney and Holly Fleming

Neil Strauss, Waterstones, Sauchiehall Street, Fri 30th, 7pm

Author of The Game, Neil Strauss will discuss his latest book, The Truth: An Uncomfortable Book about Relationships. The Game made Strauss notorious as it guided us through his journey of becoming a pick up artist. Tickets are £2.

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Halloween at the Ark, North Frederick Street, Fri 30th &Sat 31st Oct

Best pumpkin carver wins a £20 bar tab on Friday and the best fancy dress £30 on Saturday. The bar will also be presenting live DJ’s, spooky themed cocktails and games. Oooohhhh!

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The Last Big £1 Sale, Sun 1st Nov, Randalls Antique & Vintage Centre, Glasgow Barras Market, 9am

What a way to round off your weekend with a traditional trip ‘doon the Barras’. With all items for £1 you’re bound to get your mitts on some bargains.


Dodgy, Sat 31st Oct, The Hug and Pint, Glasgow 7.30pm

Join the 90s legends as their new tour makes a pit stop in the city. If you’ve not heard of them check them out! Their first UK tour in over two years will see Dodgy showcase new material.



Whats going on in EDINBURGH this weekend? 

Kraft Ale Ascent, Fri 30th Oct, Leith Theatre, 5-11pm

Krafty Brew is delighted to present a brand new festival at Leith Theatre (Thomas Morton Hall) which will have a bit of everything, from amazing ale courtesy of Krafty Brew and Alechemy to Food and Wine courtesy of Edinburgh School of Food and Wine, gin from Edinburgh Gin, live music from Headliners Neon Waltz and 5 more acts including Irenie Rose. Tickets include entry, access to the acts, 10 tasting tokens and a full drink of your choice. 50 tickets available at half price(£12)


Black Cat Bone Album Launch, Fri 30th Oct, The Voodoo Rooms,7pm, £7 advance/ £9 at door

Black Cat Bone is a young British blues 4-piece rock band. A pounding rhythm section, percussion, layered vocals, catchy guitar riffs, heavy distortion and hollering harmonica. The Cats launch their debut album ‘Growl’. Support from Have Mercy Las Vegas, Holy Moly and the Crackers and home-grown talent Monticule.

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Teviot House of Horrors, Sat 31st Oct, EUSA, 9pm,£4

The Teviot House of Horrors! The whole building gets transformed as they throw open the gates to 1400 ghosts/ghouls/whatever you can find in your wardrobe for an unholy night of partying! This year they have a special guests- Midnight Beast. Tickets – £4 in advance, £5 at the door


Rugby World Cup Final 2015 Sat 31st Oct.

Catch it anywhere, just don’t miss it!