October 9 - November 9, 2013. Scotland's annual celebration of LGBT culture.New artists, comedy, music, film, theatre, visual art, performance, literature, club nights, education, community arts - varied, transgressive look at LGBT identity/ film. Line up includes work by Jackie Kay, Scottee, Tina C, Maw Broon, Terry Neason, Stef Smith, Martin O'Connor & Donna Rutherford.
December 31, 2013 noon-10pm, New Year's Eve traditional celebrations with street processions, parties, fireworks and live music concerts. Part of Winter Festivals events beginning with St Andrew's Day, November 30, through Hogmanay, to Burns Night, January 25, 2014.
January 3, 2014, 9pm-1am, at Underground Bar, 6a John St, Glasgow. Chat up with old friends and meet new faces on first Fridays of the month, as the popular DJ Corky spins some favorite tunes. The BearScots gang will be on hand to say hello and hand out a wee sweet treat. The party gets going at 9 and will keep you entertained til the wee small hours.
February 11-15, 2014, King's Theatre. Global star, legendary entertainer, Barry Humphries' creations include iconic Australian housewife Dame Edna Everage and exuberant cultural attaché Sir Les Patterson. A final bow across the UK for one of the world's sharpest wits and finest comic talents; a meditation on loss, gender, climate change, gay marriage and ethnicity.
July 19, 2014, annual parade, stage, festival, entertainment. Saturday Parade normally takes route from Kelvinway to Kelvingrove Park. Pride Fringe takes place July 19 - August 3, 2014. See their website for updates.