Various Locations Glasgow

Somewhereto_ participants will be performing in the buildings involved in Doors Open Day doing something they love. Look for the yellow symbol and check online to find out what’s planned.

Number in the Brochure: 184

Event Times

Venue: Maryhill Burgh Halls

Dates: 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th September

Activity: Film Screening of Amanda Craigs Maryhill Foodbank, a short documentary made by a young film maker focusing on the Foodbank in the local area and its importance to the community. Amanda will be providing a written blurb explaining the background to the film, her interest in Maryhill and the process of making the film. She also hopes to be giving a short talk and answering any questions as part of the weekday tours.


Venue: The Back Garden

Dates: 18th, 19th September

Activity: Photography Exhibition in a poly tunnel! Daniel White will be presenting images from his collections Light and Space and Flores in the unusual location of a functioning growing space.


Venue: Theatre Royal

Dates: 19th September

Activity: young artists and performers will be livening up the Theatre Royal with music, singing and dancing performances as part of tours.

Nathan Elliott is an artist and filmmaker living and working in Glasgow. Having recently been associated with LookUpGlasgow, Elliott seeks to further this format of investigating both Scottish cinema and history. His film will be running throughout the day:

Madeleine (1857-1950-2015)

·  Blythswood Square 1857, socialite Madeleine Smith stands accused in a scandalous murder trial. Newspapers cited, the trial of the century

·  Blythwsood Square 1950, accalimed director David Lean films a cinematic adaptation, Madeleine. Advertisments read, Here are the virile, violent facts that caused the most famous jury verdict in history

·  Blythswood Square 2015, Theres nothing very remarkable about its appearance. But, there is one house that is exceptional, for it has an interest that time can never change. Local residents pass by a small plaque that simply states a former residence, Madeleine Smith House.

LOXIE are Holly (13), Emily (11) and Teah (11).  An up and coming girl group building a reputation for being a really tight unit at such a young age.  Having played over 100 gigs, theyre ones to watch.

Venue: Tramway

Dates: 19th & 20th September

Activity: ChazB will be demonstrating his creative process in breaking (break dancing), showing how his basic ideas can develop into details and complex patterns.



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