It's a unique festival in a great area of the city, it's the community spirit and independent nature of the event that makes it stand out.
If you didn't manage down to the Southside Studios new exhibition last weekend, then why not call in, the gallery is open all weekend. Saturday and Sunday are the last two days of the MFA Exhibition at the Tramway and the Hidden Gardens would be a great place to sit in the sun.
On Sunday, The Tramway are launching their 'Outside Art' Project at the St. Andrew's Drive flats in Pollokshields from 1-4pm. They have Team Extreme the BMX and skateboarding org building a temp half pipe and putting on a show- you can even have a go if you dare! Street dance, graffiti art and fun! * thanks to Lisa for this info
How about finishing off the weekend with some free comedy? Ha Ha comedy are holding their weekly Raw Comedy event, on Sunday night, at the Ivory Hotel. This week featuring Keir McAllister and some new acts.
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The interior of Urban beauty is really nice, it's quite small inside but well thought through and decorated. They have a large range of beauty and complementary therapy treatments including massage, skin treatment etc and all at reasonable prices,. I would recommend you try Urban Beauty the staff were lovely and really friendly and it's a nice and relaxing environment.
They are open late Wednesday to Friday.
916 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow G41 2ET
Phone: 01416 166602
For more information click here
On the opening day when I dropped in the whole family were in helping out, Alisons husband was putting up some more shelves and their two children were doing a tremendous young apprentice job of manning the til - spotting that I'd short changed (by accident) when I paid for my goods. It must be every kids dream, to have a mum who owns a sweet shop - they are prob the most popular kids in class now.
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