Glasgow life

Wednesday 23 continued Spons

Celtic v Hearts (’eltic l’ai-k. Kerry dale Street. l’arlshead. 551 8053. 3pm. £3l. Sl’l, football match.

Motherwell v Kilmarnock l-‘ii' l’arls'. .\lanse Road. .\lotherw ell. (llb‘LS’ 333333. 3pm. £13 £l7, Sl’l, football match.


Chinese And Korean Porcelain llunteriaii .v\rt (iallery. l'nivcrsity of (ilasgow. S3 llillhead Street. 330 5431. 5.45pm. l-‘i‘ee. Rose Kerr from the Victoria & :\ll\‘l'l \lllsctlllt giyes tt ltllls. University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal (‘oiieei-t Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. (rpm. l'ree btit ticlseted. Kenneth Roy disctisses ‘the runaway success of Scotland's other .-\ssenibly ‘.

Thursday 24

Book events

‘Nomad 13’ Launch the Annexe. ‘)a Stewarty ille Street. l’articls. 550 455-1. "pm. launch of the Nomad gay issue with readings frorn its writers.


Medical Matters At The Burrell Burrell ('ollection. 3000 l’ollolsshaws Road. 35'” 3550. l l.3(lattl. l'il‘c‘c. 'l‘hemed i—‘uided tour of the Burrell ('ollection with Dr KL‘ll' l'ilslicl'.

Celtic Conversation Pieces Royal ('oncerl Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 35.3 S000. 13.30pm. £3.50 £4. James Natightie giy es a talk entitled 'Riyals’. l’rt/‘I u/ (‘r'llrr' ('ri/rrtt'i'lrnrtv

Janice McNab ln Conversation With Moira Jeffrey 'l'ramway. 35 Albert l)ri\e. 3S7 3900. bpm. l‘ree. .lanice .\lcNab talks abottt her work on show in the Project Rooin with art critic .\loira

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University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal ('oiieert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. opm. l‘ree bttt ticketed. l’rofessor \Villiam \Valls‘er talks about his current book e\amining nuclear w capons.

Architectural Heritage Society Of Scotland .'\tlL‘lilltlL“\. 30‘) Bull] Street. 34S ~lt)"0. ".30pm. £3.50 tstudents l’reel. \lark ()‘Neill on the proposed changes for the city ‘s Kely ingroye gallery.

Other events

Burns Night Strayaigin. (iibson Street. 331 3on5. £3705. .\ traditional Burns night w ith line food. readings fae Rabbic. dram drinkin'. pipin'. reelin' and iiggin'.


University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal ('oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. 0pm. l’ree btit ticketed. ls'en Simpson and Allan Riach discuss lltrrns and .\lacl)iarniid.

House For An Art Lover

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Holiday highs

Whose holiday? Yours if you go along to this fair and find out about the places you can travel to on yottr holidays from lying on a beach in the Seychelles to trekking

in the llirnalavas.

Who will be there? There will be representatives from over I00 countries including tour operators. travel agents. places of interest and airlines.

What will they do? They will tell you about their cotrntry/city/resort. advise you how to travel. when to trayel. where to stay and what you can do once you’re there. Some of thetn will even be offering a cut price deal or two.

Anything else? There will be live entertainment. a giant climbing wall. food front around the world and competitions. so even if you can't afford a holiday you might

just win one.

I The lilo/iday And Travel Show. SECC. Fi'nnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. Fri l8—St/ll 20 Jan, 70am—6pm (Sp/n on Sun).

Other events

Burns Night Stravaigiti. (iibson Street. 334 3065. £37.95. See Thu 34. Burns Night llilton (ilasgow (it‘osycltot'. (ireat Western Road. 33‘)

SSI 1. £19.95. (‘elebrate Burns with a live course traditional menu followed by Scottish country dancing. at piper and a ceilidh.

Burns Night Bash Bar \‘im. ()7 slot West (ieorge Street. 330 3-1-1]. Spin. liree. Burns night celebrations with live music from the ('eilidh (‘lan and a free whisky for anyone who turns up in Scottish dress.

Saturday 26

Book events

Poetry In The Park 'l‘olleross Park. \Vellshot Road. 703 1863. I 3pm. Derek Read hosts an afternoon of poetry readings and music.


Big Garden Birdwatch 2002 RSl’B l.ochwinnoch Nature Reserve. l.args Road. l.ochwinnoch. 0l505 843603. l.l5 3pm. l-‘ree. linioy a slide show and demonstrations before assisting

10am-6pm: Fri & Sun 1 lain-«Spin. Free.

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Pollok House

Pollok Country Park. 9000 Pollokshaws‘ Road. 010 0‘2 1 0. Daily

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the reserve staff with the annual Big (iarden Birdwatcli.


Anti-war Conference (ilztsgow (‘aledonian l'niversity‘. (’owcaddens Road. 433 I333. l().3()ain. l‘rec. ('Nl) hosts a conference to discuss opposition to the war. More inlorttiation from cndscotm dial.pipe.\.com


Kilmarnock v Celtic Rugby Park. Rugby Road. Kilmarnocls‘. 0l5(i3 535lS-i. 5.35pm. l-‘ourth round Scottish ('up tie.


Winter Lecture (ilasgow (‘ailiedraL (’astle Street. 553 MUS. l lam 13.15pm. Free. Mr lain .\lcNair presents a lecture on the stained glass window s of (ilasgow (‘athedral

Other events

Farmers Market Mansfield Park. llyndland Street/l)umbarton Road. 387 3000. l0am~3pm. l‘ree. A chance to buy fresh prodttce direct from the farmers themselves.

country. this historic house features some of the finest Spanish paintings in Britain from the collection of Sir William Stirling Maxwell.

Scotland Street School Museum

MUSQUH‘ Of Education. 225 Scotland Street. 287 0500. Mon-Thu 8t Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 8. Sun limit-(300‘. Free. Designed in 1904 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland tron‘ 1872 onwards.


Sharmanka Kinetic

2nd Floor. 14 King Street. 5552 7080. Performances Tue 1pm. lhu 7pm. Sun 0pm; families Sun 3pm. £3 tS.‘2: under 10:; treei. An bout-long mechanical ballet perfonned by Eduard Bersudsky 's kinetic sculptures made from scrap metal and tiny $43.“ 5335.. wooden figures.

St Mungo Museum of Religious Life And Art 2 Castle Street. 5513 255i". Mon—Thu 8i Sat ll)£llll"5)l)lllj Fri 8. Sun

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Life Drawing I.ow l’arks Mttsettm. l3‘) Muir Street. Hamilton. 0|(it)8 333333, l.30- 3.30pm. £40 per term. See Sat 1‘).

Other events

Holocaust Memorial Day - The Scottish Ceremony Royal (‘oneei-i Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 3pm. l’ree. Time to remember the mistakes of the past to ensure they are not repeated.

Monday 28


University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal (‘oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. (ipm. l‘ree. Iain Anderson discusses ‘the soil and soul of Israel and Palestine”.

Tuesday 29


University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal (‘oncert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. bpm. l‘ree. lain Anderson chairs a discussion titled "l'he Rambling Boy-s’.

Other events

North Lanarkshire Youth Arts Festival l'ntil Sat lo lieb. Venues ty times vary. (llb‘h’ 3075 l 5/0l33b 733SS7. North l.anat'kshire (‘ouncil and (‘umberitauld 'l‘heatre join forces to pin on an arts festival for 1-1 3l year olds. It includes events such as new writing. l)J workshops. dance. sculpture. animation. drama and a short film festival.

Wednesday 30


University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal (‘oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. (ipm. liree. Ruth Wishart's talk is entitled ‘\\'hat is :\rt tori".

Other events

Celtic Conversation Pieces Royal ('oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 S000. l3.30pm. £3.50 £4. .lames lltmter gives a talk entitled ‘(‘ulloden and the last ('lansntan'. l’url olt'i'llti' (‘orrrii'i'rronv


Mick Peter 'l'ramway. 35 :\lbert l)rt\e. 337 3900. (ipltl. l‘ree. The artist tllSt'llSSCS current projects and his recent 'l‘raiiiway exhibition with Michelle Naisniith. Ways of Doing The Night.

Other events

University of Strathclyde Talks and Debates Royal ('oiieert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. (ipm. l-‘ree. ('rime writer .-\le.\ander .\lc(‘oll tallss about his unusual approach to the crime genre.

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