Another Glasgow weekend

It's nearly the weekend again. See how that happens? The same time every week. People get two days off work. Isn't it great how that happens? Now if only there was something to do with all that free time. Hey, wait a minute. There's plenty to do!

The Bishop's Wife is playing at the GFT tonight. Christmas, Cary Grant and a jealous bishop. What more can you ask for? If it's David Niven, you're in luck because the film has him too!

Friday night
Get into the Christmas spirit with A Gay in the Manger at the Arches. Join Tranny and Roseannah for a very special Christmas cabaret. The show will be on all this weekend and next.

Saturday afternoon
Saltmarket Design will be hosting a Christmas pop-up event upstairs at the Finnieston. Head down for photography, ceramics, homeward, stationary, jewellery and art. There will also be free workshops so check out the Facebook page for details.

Saturday night
If you haven't had a chance to check out the cool art deco interior of the Berkeley Suite, Saturday night presents a great opportunity to do so, with the Primal Scream after party featuring Richard Fearless of Death in Vegas.

Sunday afternoon
Sunday is your last chance to see Turner prize winning artist Lucy Skaer's solo exhibition at the Tramway. Exit, Voice and Loyalty includes work in ceramic, film, print and sculpture to create an exhibition that looks at time and memory. It is a large scale, ambition exhibition that transforms the Tramway 2 exhibition space.

Sunday night
Stay in, get takeaway from the Lemon Tree and watch season one of Malcolm in the Middle. I don't care what your age is, this show is genius. Try not to think of Heisenberg when you watch Bryan Cranston do his disco routine in the rollerskating episode. No actually, do. It makes it even better. Here it is on Youtube. That's how much I love you, people:

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