After last weekend when all the buses came at once - this weekend is going to be a much calmer affair.
On Saturday the Tramway presents 'A midsummer Day's Dream with Nurse Wound' A day of experimental sound and performance, Tramway are hosting a number of events and installations in Tramway 4 & 5 from 12 - 6pm in the lead up to the Nurse With Wound performance @ 7pm, with performances from the likes of Barry Burns, Luke Fowler, Mark Vernon and many others. The event is free but it is ticketed so call the Tramway Box Office 0845 330 3501
You could take a trip over to the Scotland Street School Museum and visit the A La Mode Exhibition and wander back via the Tramway to the Christoph Büchel In the main gallery space of Tramway 2, Swiss artist Büchel has created a fictitious, yet highly believable environment constructed inside a series of shipping containers. Viewers are challenged to explore sometimes claustrophobic spaces via a network of passageways and stairs, often taking on the role of victim and viewer simultaneously. It worth going to if you get a chance.
Since it's the season for Tennis you could hire a free court in Queen's Park and play some Tennis (wether you pretend to be Andy and Nadal it's completely up to you) If Tennis is not your thing how about Lawn Bowls the Council greens in both Bellahouston and Queen's Park are free (you might need a deposit for the bowls)
David Caldwell exhibition is open from 12 - 4pm at Albert Drive Studios on Sunday.