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Fruitfly

 
Start date
19 April 2014
End date
19 April 2014
Hours
11pm-4am
Cost
£8, £10 on the door
Address
The Arches Glasgow 30 Midland Street Glasgow G2 8DL, Scotland
Telephone
+44 (0)141 565 1000
Email
info@thearches.co.uk
Directions
Central train station or St Enoch subway station

For extroverts and perverts everywhere, this playground of pleasure is guaranteed to brighten up any weekend. As always, resident DJs Fisher & Price can be found playing uplifting to hard house in the main room to an extremely up-for-it mixed/gay crowd. Martin Valentine plays garage and US house in the members' room and there are guest DJs on a regular basis.

A hassle-free night in like-minded company is always a sure thing. Dress to impress, as you never know who you'll bump into.

Other Events

 
  • Farmers' market

    19 Apr

    At Glasgow's Farmers' Market in the South Side's Queen's Park, local suppliers sell goodies like smoked Scottish salmon, heather honey and organic cheeses. Local foodies and visiting browsers gather to sample the produce.
  • Pressure

    25 Apr

    Always a cut above, Pressure is on the last Friday of the month, delivering top tunes and damn fine guests each and every time. Pressure residents, techno messiahs Orde Meikle and Stuart McMillan, always pull in a crowd that expect nothing less than perfection every time.
  • Inside Out

    26 Apr

    Launched in December 1996, Inside Out is one of the most popular nights in the UK on the superstar DJ circuit, held at The Arches on the final Saturday of the month.
  • Freefall

    03 May

    Due to public demand and in the interests of human decency, Inside Out residents Simon Foy and Alan Belshaw have been given free musical reign to showcase their turntable wizadry. On the first Saturday of the month the boys can be found blasting out their familiar hard, uplifting euphoric sounds to a very animated yet intimate crowd at the Arches.
  • Body & Soul Fairs

    03 May

    Are your chakras wonky? If so, then head to Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall for the quarterly Body & Soul Fairs. They offer many alternative ways to feel good, from complementary therapies, books and crystals to organic products and a whole lot more.
  • Sunday Social

    04 May

    Feel in need of a rest, a chat, some good music, food, the papers? The Sunday Social aims to bring you all the things you like to do on a Sunday. With some atmospheric engineering the Arches is transformed into a comfort zone with a pavement café, multi-media gallery and club. The vibe is relaxed, the seating generous. The primary concerns are good conversation, good music, exploring and unwinding in a deadline desert. This is converse clubbing, mixed-media style.
  • Colours

    10 May

    Get your glad rags on and get ready to party as the Colours bandwagon rolls into town and pulls into the Arches on the second Saturday of every month.
  • The Funk Room

    16 May

    Get back to the funk with this monthly night at The Arches, which will feature the best international funk DJs and artists, with live music from some legends of the soul and funk scene.
  • Southside Festival

    24 May

    Glasgow's Southside festival brings together the local community for a day of music, culture and fun in Queens Park and the Glasshouses. The day-long festival features a parade, funfair and park gala as well as art, film and musical performances.

  • The Waverley

    01 Jun

    First launched in 1947, The Waverley sails from Glasgow Science Centre down the Clyde coast. One of the world's last sea-going paddle steamers, she continues to take passengers at a stately pace as far as the Isle of Arran.
  • Glasgow Science Festival

    03 Jun

    The University of Glasgow is the brains behind the city's annual Science Festival. Absorb fascinating facts at film screenings, talks and workshops in venues on campus and around the city centre. The programme features both events for families and adults.
  • West End Festival

    06 Jun

    The West End Festival brings music, film, art and performance events to the venues and communities of Glasgow's West End. The opening Scottish-style Mardi Gras parade is followed by everything from blockbuster films to street parties.
  • Coloursfest

    07 Jun

    Glasgow's Coloursfest has gained a loyal following and the event now fills the Braehead International Arena. Fifty DJs spinning tunes in six different arenas keep a crowd of 10,000 dancing until the wee small hours.

  • Glasgow Music Fair

    21 Jun

    Attracting dealers and exhibitors from across the world, the Glasgow Music Fair comes to the Royal Concert Hall. For one or two days, punters can browse the busy stalls and pick up prized CDs, vinyl and music memorabilia.

  • Glasgow International Jazz Festival

    25 Jun

    First held in 1987, the Glasgow International Jazz Festival brings swing to the Merchant City area of the city and further afield. It is now one of the major Scottish jazz celebrations, annually attracting an impressive and eclectic line-up of international artists.

  • Glasgow Mela

    28 Jun

    The O2 Glasgow Mela celebrates the city's multiculturalism with a day of music and dance from the Indian sub-continent. Set in beautiful Kelvingrove Park this is a lively and colourful day out, regardless of the Scottish weather.

  • M&D's

    19 Apr

    Test your mettle on the Tornado or the underslung Tsunami or enjoy something a little less hair-raising at M&D's, Scotland's theme park. Located outside of Glasgow, each ride is charged separately but unlimited wristbands are also available.
  • Glasgow Warriors Rugby Season - Magners League

    19 Apr

    Rugby Union side Glasgow Warriors welcome Magners League teams to Firhill Stadium Stadium for the 2011/2012 season. Matches are generally played on Friday evenings - please visit the club's website for full details of all fixtures.

  • Tenement House

    19 Apr

    The Tenement House in Glasgow's city centre is a step back in time. See how Glaswegians lived in the city at the turn of the 19th century, with gas lamps, box beds and coal fires. Photographs and memorabilia are also on display.