What’s On in Glasgow: Hallowe’en 2013

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A wee Scottish Tumshie Lantern to guide you on your way if you’re out and about this dark night.


Send me photos of your fancy dress outfit and I’ll publish the best: Email

Dress up in style – grab a great outfits in Glasgow’s Vintage and Retro shops.

Handbags and Gladrags

The Glasgow Vintage Co Facebook

party dresssequin black evening dress   vintage co military

Halloween at the Children’s Wood

halloweenNorth Kelvin Meadow

Thursday 31st October 3.45  p.m. – 7 p.m.

There will be Fairy Lights, Pumpkin Soup, Tam Dean Burn reading Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson and story telling with Allison Galbraith.  Lantern Parade and Hallowe’en songs. Here’s one: www.youtube.com – Ding Dong The Witch is Dead

Full details

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North Kelvin Meadow can be accessed via Clouston Street or Kelbourne Street (G20 8PR

jintyJinty McGuinty’s Annual Halloween Party

 Thursday 31st October

Prize for Best Fancy Dress


From 8pm

0141339 0747

Jinty McGuintys, Ashton Lane, G12


sc centre halloweenHalloween Fright Night at the Science Centre

1st November  6  pm – 9.30 pm

Boo! Scotland’s biggest and best family Halloween party is back at Glasgow

You’ll be creeped out by the Critter Crunch, spooked by the High Flying Hags or take a chance on a close encounter with the BodyWorks Butcher. Name your victim for the Halloween Bushtucker Trial and watch the one who gets the most votes suffer! Muhahahaha!

For gentler souls there’s things like Freaky Finger Painting and the Eerie Elevators. The food will be horrible, with spooky witches fingers and bloody broken glass cupcakes.

£5.50 a skull, under 3’s go free.

Glasgow Science Centre, 50 Pacific Quay, Glasgow South Side G51 1EA


murder mystryMurder Mystery Dinner

31 October 2013 7 p.m.

House for an Art Lover

Join us on all HALlows Eve for a classic murder mystery- The Lush, The Judge and The Pianist. Sit back and be entertained by our professional actors, and interrogate them while you dine to expose the painful truth and the wicked red herrings. Guests will be welcomed at 7pm in the beautiful surrounds of the Mackintosh Suite for a glass of sparkling wine followed by a 3 course meal with accompanying wine.


Contact: 0141 353 4770 or 0141 353 4776

House of an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park Dumbreck Road, Glasgow South Side G41 5BW

park-mockupDrive In Movies at Victoria Park this Hallowe’en

October 31st – November 2nd

Victoria Park,
Early evening screening of family-friendly classic Ghostbusters (PG) followed by a late night fright-fest, John Carpenter’s Halloween (18) on each date.    

Glasgow’s Street Food Cartel will be providing gastro movie classics such as hot dogs, pizza and pop-corn while spooky lighting and creepy music will set the scene for the ultimate Hallowe’en night out.

Movie goers will be able to hear the movie through their car stereo to get the full surround sound experience to accompany the world’s biggest mobile LED movie screen.

£25 per car.

Tickets are available exclusively from itison.com and cost £25 for a car.

Further information can be found at drive in movies Facebook

– See more at: https://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/whatson/janutcinema.php#sthash.TCQnwLD9.dpuf

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The Cotton Candy Monster Club ft Easy, Tiger!, Jamie Flett and The Miss’s

Thursday, October 31, 2013 8:00pm
It’s Halloween on the 31st October and of course its time for some dressing up fun, spooky songs and silly blood themed drinks.

The Miss’s www.facebook.com/themiss.smusic
Jamie Flett www.jamieflett.co.uk
Easy, Tiger!

Fancy Dress

Expect loads of giggles and silly masks, its Halloween after all…
Pints from 2.60, spirits from 1.99 and bottles of beer and cider from 2.25.
Students, make sure you have your matric card to get a 20% discount on food.
Pizza served till late.

Dram Glasgow
232-246 Woodlands Road, G3 6ND



Thu 31 Oct 2013 21:00

The Grosvenor, Ashton Lane

haunted houseChildren’s Classic Concerts present Haunted House

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

2 November 2013

Join Children’s Classic Concerts at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for lots of family fun with Haunted House!

Fun for all the family this spooky season!

Join our madcap musical presenters Owen and Olly as they take on skeletons, vampires and scary withces! Not even Dracula or Darth Vader can defeat our ghostbusting heroes when they have the mighty RSNO and RSNO Junior Chorus on their side!

Don’t forget to come in costume to be in with a chance of winning a very special prize! Details to be announced on our facebook page!


0141 353 8000

The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3NY

day-of-the-dead-a5-11-copy-lst124851_thumbDay of the Dead

2nd November  8 p.m.

The Poetry Club

Slip into some fresh facepaint and practice your spooky dance – it’s Día de los Muertos! Expect a party full of music, choreographed dance and of course mucho tequila.


0141 204 5151

The Poetry Club is a hub for art, music, performance, spoken word and billows of smoke.

100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow G3 8QG

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