If you plan on checking out the nightlife in Glasgow, be sure to visit the Webflyers website for listings of what's going on. 

You will not likely have a hard time finding a place to drink in this town, as Glasgow is in no shortage of drinking holes, designer bars, and old-fashioned pubs.  Glasgow also has an active clubbing scene, including the Arches at Glasgow Central station and the Barrowlands (an excellent rock and pop venue).  You'll likely find more fashionable venues on Bath Street while Ashton Lane in the West End offers places more geared towards students and yuppies. The Merchant city is the new place to go with lots of pubs, bars and clubs either well established or popping up all over the place - this is the cool place to be.  The Merchant City also boasts being the heart of the gay district with a variety of bars and clubs.   There are over 700 pubs and clubs in Glasgow, so go out and explore for yourself!

The Classic Grand at 18 Jamaica Street - just down the road from Central station - is worth a visit if you're into funky tunes and dressing up. Despite a slightly ramshackle exterior the interior is smooth, with art deco styles and beautiful fittings highlighting its past life as a cinema. The Classic Grand is big into theme nights with a VIP Casino Royale party kicking off the Christmas party season. With live music and bands on most nights, it's a venue to rival the ABC, Carling Academy and King Tuts which are also all great venues to head to if you want to see some of Britain's newest bands.