Black History Month

People's Palace & Winter Gardens

Join us for our special Glassford Portrait themed talk and handling sessions, where we will exp …

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Sunday Funday Pub-Style Book Quiz


Calling all Book Nerds! Join us one Sunday a month in our fully-licensed 2nd floor bar for our …

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Suggs: What a King Cnut: A Life in the Realm of Madness . . .

Pavilion Theatre

The Madness frontman takes to the stage with wild stories from his life in music. …

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Exchange Talk: Josh Armstrong

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice, Josh Armstrong, discusses his latest research pr …

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LGBT Wellbeing Collective


Are you passionate about changing the world for LGBTQ folk? Our collective aims to do just tha …

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Jurassic Beasts

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

Take a close look at Kelvingrove's dinosaur skeleton.  What can a skeleton like this tell us a …

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Martina Cole

Mitchell Theatre

It's a warm welcome back to Aye Write! for the Sunday Times No. 1 bestseller and 'undisputed qu …

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The Glasgow Rare Disease Showcase

Technology and Innovation Centre

Conference and networking event marking the progress in rare disease treatment. …

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Stephen James Smith and Guests

The Admiral

Stephen James Smith is a Dublin poet and playwright central to the rise of the vibrant spoken w …

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An Evening With Alan Hinkes OBE

University of Glasgow

Fjӓllrӓven and Ellis Brigham present a night with the only British person to have climbed all …

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If paintings could talk – the Glassford Family Portrait and the story it tells

People's Palace & Winter Gardens

As part of Black History month find out more about the mysterious Glassford Family Portrait and …

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Archives Sources for Family History

Mitchell Library

A friendly introduction to the unique sources in the Archives for genealogical research by one …

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