Big Vegan Fete

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    Like or loath Veganism, the Flying Duck is out to temp you. It’s hosting a food fete to celebrate the last day of World Vegan Month. Launching at 14.00 on Saturday November 30, it will run till 19.00. Still not tempted, well the: Smashing Tarts, VeganKind Monthly Subscription Box, GreenCity Wholefoods, Tocha’s World, Considerit More...

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By Hard-Copy On Thursday, November 21st, 2013
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Birthday Blues

  Cocktails can be pricey; so it’s refreshing to see a cocktail bar giving something back. The Blue Dog bar is celebrating its tenth birthday with free canopies and gifts for its guests (dispensed at ten More...

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By Hard-Copy On Monday, November 11th, 2013
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Tawona Sithole

    Need something to brighten up your winter? Then drop into the CCA this November 12. From 7pm, African artist Tawona Sithole will be delivering performance poetry with a difference. Mixing music with More...

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By Hard-Copy On Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
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Glasgow does Halloween

  Halloween’s hit Glasgow and the city has an eclectic mix of entertainment to keep the demons at bay. For the theatre fans, House of an Art lover will host a murder mystery dinner on October 31. Starting More...

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By Hard-Copy On Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
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Jack Vettriano

  The thought of art gallery admission fees may turn your stomach, but Jack Vettriano’s show will wash that bad taste away. For only £5 you can go to Kelvingrove Art Gallery between 11 and 5pm (Mon – More...

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By Hard-Copy On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
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Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival

  With Halloween looming, two ‘mental patient’ costume scandals have already hit the supermarkets. However hope is at hand for a brighter month, as Glasgow Film Theatre launches Scottish Mental Health More...

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By Hard-Copy On Monday, September 16th, 2013
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Introducing Editions

By Julie Shennan   Bridging the gap between amateur and professional art is Editions; an online magazine founded by Glasgow School of Art students, who wanted a forum for new work. Editions founder, Rachael More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
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Hard Rock Café Glasgow

By Laura Maxwell Once upon a time, a long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away, a man was sitting in a London café. A café he visited often due to its brilliant music and American-diner feel. But, like so many More...

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By Hard-Copy On Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
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The List

Want a Fringe experience without the Edinburgh train fare? Well look no further than the Tron theatre, as they host the award winning play The List. Following its run at the festival, Stellar Quines’s drama More...

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By Hard-Copy On Sunday, August 11th, 2013
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Naw Much of a Talker

  Many have tried and failed to write in Scots, what made Donald McLaughlin’s task harder was working from a Swiss manuscript. Having adapted Pedro Lenz’s novel Naw Much of a Talker to our native tongue, More...