Days Out in Glasgow

Planning a day out in Glasgow couldn’t be easier. The city’s bulging with things to do and places to see, so you won’t have to look far for a brilliant day out in the city.

Effective Models for Data-driven Collaborations Between Universities and Government

The Lighthouse

## Through a combination of case study experiences and practical interactive exercises this eve …

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How can Data Science benefit from our local Scottish Software industry?

Cuprum Building

Can the Data Science community benefit from understanding more about the Scottish Software indu …

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Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival

Mitchell Library

A festival celebrating Scottish and international writers and writing. …

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Glasgow International Comedy Festival

Various venues: Glasgow

Glasgow's comedy festival birls back into your life, getting ever more impressive with each out …

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Creative Writing: What you need to know about character with David Pettigrew, BA MPhil, University of Strathclyde

Mitchell Library

Characters are one of the main ingredients of a good story, and even for writers of non-fiction …

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Smut Slam Cabaret

The Bungo Bar & Kitchen

Raw stories based on real experiences, created by touring artist and professional potty-mouth C …

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Theresa Breslin with Bernard Ponsonby, Creative Writing Club of the 3Ls Student Association, University of Strathclyde

Mitchell Library

Theresa Breslin O.B.E. will provide an insight into her writing world, the inspiration and disc …

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C2C: Country to Country

The SSE Hydro

Country music extravaganza featuring some of Nashville's biggest stars. The 2020 lineup include …

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Drawing Outside

Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover

6-week long drawing workshop covering a range of techniques with artist Sharon Thomas. All leve …

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Bruce Downie and Paula Larkin, Govanhill's Built Heritage

Mitchell Library

Loved and Lost is a journey through the ever-changing landscape of Govanhill. Explore the build …

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Creative Writing: Write What You Know with David Pettigrew, BA MPhil, University of Strathclyde

Mitchell Library

'Write what you know' is one of the most common pieces of creative writing advice but also one …

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Stuart Cosgrove with Recollective, Barrowland Ballads

Mitchell Library

Behind the blinking neon, at the very back of backstage, the artists of Recollective (Chris Les …

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