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Celtic Conversation Pieces Royal (‘oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. l3.30pm. £3.50-£4. James lltmter gives a talk entitled ‘(‘ulloden and the Last (‘lansmanf I’uri riﬂe/Iii- ('minvriiriiiv. Mick Peter 'l‘ramvvay. 35 Albert Drive. 387 3900. (ipm. liree. The artist discusses current projects and his recent 'l‘ramway exhibition with Michelle Naismith. lliivs ()flhiing 'l'lir’ .\'iglit.
University Of Strathclyde Talks And Debates Royal (‘oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 35.3 8000. (ipm. l‘ree. (‘rime writer .-\le.\ander Mc(‘oll talks on his tinusual approach to the crime genre. Clicks And Mortals - The Information Century t'niv ersin ()t‘ Strathclyde. Lecture Theatre I. Mc('ance Building. to Richmond Street. 433 4484. 7.30pm. l‘ree. l’rof Richard Susskind gives a talk on the current information revolution.
North Lanarkshire Youth Arts Festival t'ntil Sat to l-‘eb. \‘enues & times vary. (“698 3(i75l5/0133o 733887. North Lanarkshire (‘otmcil and ('umbernauld Theatre join forces for this arts festival for l4 3] year olds.
Video Screening Lillie Art Gallery. Station Road. Milnga\ ie. 578 8847. 3.30pm. liree. A video screening of the l‘)87 interview with Mary Armour. University of Strathclyde Talks And Debates Royal (‘oneert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. (ipm. l’rcc. Donnie Munro and a panel debate the future of the (iaelic language.
Rangers v Dundee lbrox Stadium. lidmiston Drive. 0870 600 IW3. 3pm. £l7 £33. Sl’l. football match. Motherwell v Livingston t-‘ir Park. Manse Road. Motherw ell. ()lh‘)8 333333. 3pm. £13 £17 (£3 £7). Sl’l. football match.
Football Colours (‘(‘.i\. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 353 4900. l lain. £3 t£3). t('(‘A 5). ('reated by over 80 young people from across (ilasgow. this animation screening celebrates the greatest moments of (ilasgow 's four football clubs including (‘eltic's l‘)(i7 l-Luropean ('up triumph and Rangers' l073 ('up Winners (‘up
Art Gallery & Museum, Kelvingrove
Argyle Street. 287 2699. Mon-Thu 8. Sat thrii~6pinz Fri 8. Sun ttain~5pin Free. This fine example of late Victorian architecture houses a permanent collection of work by such names as
Rembrandt. Botticelli. Whistler and Cadell.
2000 Pollokshaws Road. 287 2:300. Mon-Thu 8. Sat anniv-Spin: Fri 8. Sun
1 tam-Spin. Free. Sir William Buri‘ell's world famous collection of beautiful art objects from around the globe. housed in a specially dCSigned. ant/ard-Winning building. Clydebuilt Scottish Maritime Museum Braehead Shopping Centre. Kings Inch Road.
A Walk in the Wetlands RSPB. Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve. Largs Road. Lochwinnoch. 0l505 843663.
l 3.30pm. £3 t£ l .50). (‘elebrate World Wetlands Day with a look at the wetland wildlife around Aird Meadow and River (’alder. Book in advance.
Off the Beaten track (ileniffer Braes (‘ountry Park. (ilen Lodge. (ilenfield Road. Paisley. 884 3794. 3pm. liree. Meet at Robertson car park and enjoy a ramble over the braes.
Body And Soul Health Fair Town Hall. (’lydebank. 22o 7601. l lam 6pm. £3 (£1.50). Health and healing therapies on offer include massage. reiki. crystals. tarot. music and lots more.
Super Bowl XXXVI Party Spol'to. Waterloo Street. 333 3800. 9pm. £5. The Scottish ('Iaymores mark the end of America’s National Football League with their annual patty. Join players. cheerleaders and mascot Shuggie for a lively night of televised football.
Out For The Night g3. 474 Sauchiehall Street. 353 3| 1 l. 8pm -3am. £8 (£5 ). See photo caption.
The Fine Art At The Burrell Burrell ('ollection. 3000 l’ollokshaws Road. 387 3550. lpm. l‘ree. Themed guide tour of the Burrell (’ollection with Alan Blake). Connected? (‘(‘A. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 353 4900. 8pm. £4 (£3.50). t('('A 4). A screening of new film and video works by artists based in Helsinki.
Fire Sculpture (‘umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. (’unibernauld. 0l33o 733887.
(i 9pm. £5 for two sessions. Ages I4 31. Help construct a series of colourful the sculptures tising natural materials.
Richard Lawrence Watersione‘s.
I53 I57 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9105. 7pm. l’ree. The former ()l’M’I‘l't'I' columnist and popular mind. body and spirit author discusses his latest work. The .lliieir' ()7' Healing.
Rangers v Celtic llampden Park. The National Stadium. Letherby Drive. filo (il00. 7.45pm. £10 £30. (‘lS (‘up semi- final.
Workshops Kultyer Shock (‘umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. ('umbernauld. 0| 336 733887.
880 1013. Mon—Sat thinv—(Spin; Sun
1 tam—Spin. $33.50 ($31.75): famin $38. This attraction. Situated on the River Clyde. brings to life the stOry of Glasgow's development
l FESTIVAL ' cm or LOVE
Various venues, Fri 8-Sun 17 Feb
Love is all around - or at least it will be in Glasgow when it officially becomes the City of Love. This is because it is one of the three cities that hold the remains of Saint Valentine.
The festival is being promoted by Neil Baxter who explains that ‘it is not just about passion and all things carnal but is a message about love and all that is positive about it.’ The city is taking Baxter at his word and celebrating with art exhibitions and wedding shows as well as poetry, music and theatre. The highlights include Bette Bourne playing Quentin Crisp in the one man show Resident Alien at the Tron (a hit on last year’s Edinburgh Fringe), Eddie Reader performing live at St Andrews in the Square, the Sense Scotland fashion show at Princes Square and the sweep-you-off-your-feet film Casablanca at the Grosvenor Cinema. There’s even a big wheel for lovers in George Square.
The history of Glasgow’s love connection is not lost with an Ecumenical Celebration at the shrine of St Valentine in the Church of John Duns Scotus. As Baxter says: ‘The festival is creating something which the people of Glasgow can celebrate — love and all its colourfulness.’ (Jane Hamilton)
Words Spoken, Word Sung (‘umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. (‘umbernauld. 01336 733887. 8pm. £3. Ang I4 3 l. Rttlk‘l‘l ('tlltlc‘l' hosts an informal evening for young writei s. poets. musicians and singers.
The Big Issues: Conservation In Central Scotland RSPB. Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve. Largs Road. Lochwinnoch.01505 843(i(i_§. 7.30 —‘)pm. £3 (£1.50). RSI’B ('onservation ()fficer Sue Agnew reports on the major issues facing wildlife conservation in ('eiitial
7 9pm. £3. Ages l4 3|. Leading (ilasgow street dance company Kultyer Dance hosts a workshop.
DJs Workshop Night ('umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. ('umbernauld. 0| 336 733887. 8pm. £3. Ages l4 3]. Discover the art of double deck mixing in a workshop led by professional Dis.
Scottish Power Space Theatre Opening (ilasgow Science (‘entre. 50 Pacific Quay. 430 5000. £5.50 (£4). (ilasgow Science ('entre launches its state of the art I30-seater planetarium capable of showing amazing pictures of
the night sky in its 15 metre dome. Scotland. Wednesday 6 WOVkShOpS
Viv Gee Survivors’ l’oetry Scotland. 4 (‘4 Templeton Business ('entre. (i3 Templeton Street. 550 4554.
10.30am l3.30pm. The performance poet. stand-up and actress hosts a women-only workshop on vocal presentation techniques and confidence building.
Val McDermid Waterstone‘s. I53 I57 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9105. 7pm. The best-selling contemporary crime novelist returns to discuss her new Tony llill novel. The his! 'Ii'mpmlimi as well as her relationship with ST\"s Stephen Jardine.
site of the 1988 Ganiw Festival. Glasgow's S.‘.75iii vs for aii'ilfilKY‘. a niiiie of ii“ >"iiiat'o'i . " sc (vice and tecf‘r‘olc.; .. the Siliel‘CC Mali has four floors of fun interactive exhibits. t' IMAX cii‘ei-ia sl ions
stood on this site Since 1 136. however most of the present btiilding dates from the 13th or 15th centuries. the most notable exception being the stained-glass windows. renowned as one of the finest post- war collections in the
from the tobacco lords in the 17008 right up to the 21st century.
Glasgow Cathedral Castle Street. 552 8198. Mon—Sat 9.308m—4pm; Sun 2—4pm. Free. A stone-built church has
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country sele'ted filiris U." 218.. : . Glasgow Sc'ence 00ft screen. (“‘41 THO Centre
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50 PaCIfic Quay. (120 5000. Opening hours vary. £5.50—EM (534—3310). Situated on the
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