Things to do this weekend in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Birmingham

Congratulations we have made it to the weekend again.  If you are stuck for something to do, why not check out these ideas:


Aberdeen Torcher Parade 2013 – Saturday 27th April 

Come along and watch Europe’s largest torch-lit parade wind itself through the City Centre.

With around 35 colourful floats, music and lots of fun, you have the opportunity to see the students of Aberdeen raising thousands of pounds for local charities and good causes.

Parade route is Marischal College – Schoolhill – Skene Street – Queens Cross – Albyn Place – Union Street and finishing at King Street.

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More Than a Game: How Scotland Shaped World Football Exhibition

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – Saturday 27th April

 Explore the hidden history of Scottish football in a story 600 years in the making! From Shanghai to Sao Paulo, follow the pioneering players and dedicated fans who helped foster the modern game across the world.

Through team strips, memorabilia and original footage, find out more about the tanner ba’ street games that children around the world have played for​ decades. Marvel at the world-class performances witnessed by capacity crowds at Hampden Park. 

Through this fascinating exhibition, discover why football is Scotland’s national obsession – see team kit, trophies and rare items associated with the legends of Scottish football including James McFadden, Denis Law, Bill Shankly and Sir Alex Ferguson.

And don’t forget, under 16’s go free! 


Beyonce – The Mrs Carter Show World Tour

LG Arena – Friday 26th and Saturday 27th April

See the international superstar live on stage at the LG Arena in Birmingham.