Kickstart your heart this month with our top picks focused on Halloween creeping!!
1. John Carpenter's – Halloween at Kelvingrove Art Gallery 28th October 8.30pm
Nothing strikes fear into the heart of Visit West End HQmore than Michael Myres so while we are telling you about this event, we will not be anywhere near it!!
Call us fearties if you will, but he never dies!! Take your life into your own hands to watch the sinister film at Kelvingrove followed by a DJ set to match the theme which we can only assume will be murderous?
The event has sold out but keep an eye on the Facebook page for updated info
2. Drive-in Movies at Riverside Museum 29th October 6pm/9pm
Drive-In Movies return for a second year to the banks of the Clyde.
Park up next to the Glenlee and catch family-friendly feature Ghostbusters at 6 pm.Or if you never want to sleep again... Scream at 9 pm. Munchies will be available, and all in aid of a great cause as the event is held by the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.
3. Rocky Horror LiveSunday 29th October 7.30 pm
It’s just a jump to the left……
and then a step to the right, into …. erm The Grosvenor Café where fans of Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon & Meatloaf can rejoice! The Rocky Horror Picture Show, featuring all-time favourite Dr Frank N Furter will be shown on an XXL screen.
Fans can act along throughout accompanied by Glaswegian drag queens while sipping on one of the Grosvenor’s fabulous cocktails! We are dusting off our best lab coats now!!
4. Murder Mystery 14th October
A little before All Hallows Eve but still with the macabre in mind, take part in a live-action murder mystery event across Glasgow.
Through the use of an app, you and 100 players will try to solve a Cluedo style who dun it. The winner will be treated to a champagne dinner and night in a luxury flat. Hopefully, there will be no sign of lead pipes or candelabras on that night!!
Sign yourself and a faithful team up at www.manhuntglasgow.co.uk
5. Makers Market 28th October 11 am - 4 pm
The Makers Market, a regular feature once a month at Hillhead Library is serving up a special Halloween Spooktacular on 28th October. Probably not selling eye of newt or fairy wings but expect pumpkin themes and cosy autumnal finds.
Find out more on Facebook.