Wednesday 6 continued
Outdoors 2002 Sii('(‘. Finnies‘lon Quay. 08700404000. 10am -6pm. £6 (£3.50). Iiverything related to exploring the great outdoors under one roof. featuring an interactive Kool '/.one complete with an ice-climbing wall. tohoggan run. ice rink and playground.
Thursday 7 i
Robert Nigger Water-stone’s. 153- 157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. Free. The award-winning attthor of Angry ll'lti're Pyjamas turns his attention to other traditionally male activities and fantasies as he discusses his new work. Being xl .lrlun.‘ .lIu/t' Rt'lt's ()fl’ussugt’ In The Lousy .llmlt’l'll ll'm'lrl.
City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorge Square. ()1698 333999. 10am—10.30pm. £1.50. Snuggle tip with your loved one and enjoy unique views of (ilasgow on the (‘ity Of Love big wheel.
Icelandic Love Corporation (‘(‘A. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. 6pm. £3 (£2). ((‘(‘A 6). The Icelandic Love (‘orporation aka Sigrtm Hrolfdottir. liirun Sigtirdardottir and Joni .lonsdottir talk about their first lilm project. Contemporary Interiors In Listed Buildings (iilmorehill(}12. 9 L'niversity Avenue. 330 5522. 7.30pm. Free. Architect Brian Paterson gives a talk on designing modern livitig spaces iii period properties.
Outdoors 2002 Sli(‘(‘. 1-‘innieston Quay. 08700404000. 10am 6pm. £6 (£3.50). See Wed 6.
Friday 8 City Of Love Giant Wheel (ieorge Square. ()1698 333999. 10am 10.30pm. £1.50. See Thu 7.
A Right To Justice? Writing The Truth . . . (iilmorehill(}12. 9 l'niversity Av cnue. 330 5522. 2pm. Free. The co- prodticers of ('4's recent Stun/(iv. about the Bloody Sunday Massacre. host a workshop c\ploring the depiction of sensitive issues through film.
Outdoors 2002 Sli(‘(‘. 1-‘inniestoii Quay. 087110404000. 10am 10pm. £6 (£3.50). See Wed 6.
City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorge Square. 01698 333999. 10am 10.30pm. £1.50. See Thu 7. Spon
Celtic v Dunfermline Athletic (’eltic Park. Kerry dale Street. Parkhead. 551 8653. 3pm. £21. SP1. football match.
Hunterian Museum is
Out for the Night
Out where? Out to g2 where yoti can join the Miscarriages of Justice ()rganisation (M()J()) fora night of fundraising.
Why, what are they doing? An evening of spoken word. song. poetry. comedy. live music and DJs.
Anyone I would know? Sure is. There‘s 'l‘lie List's very own Phil Kay. Tam Dean Burn. Pete Wylie of the Mighty Wahl. some top notch Scottish DJs and Tommy ‘T(" Campbell.
And what is MOJO exactly? M()J() is an organisation which helps those who have been wrongfully convicted for crimes they know nothing about.
I Out For The Night, g2, 474 Sauchiehall Street, 353 37 1 1. Sun 3 Feb. 8pm—2am. £8 (£5).
Motherwell v Hibernian Fir Park. .Manse Road. .‘vlotherwell. ()1698 333333. 3pm. £12- £17 (£3 £7). SP1. football match.
BLICK: New Nordic Film and Video Tramway. 25 Albert Drive. 287 3900. (Tramway 4). New video work by artists working in the Nordic regions.
Outdoors 2002 Sli('('. l'iinnieslon Quay. 08700404000. l0am~6pm. £6 (£3.50). See Wed 6.
The Scottish Music Fair Sli(‘(‘. Finnieston Quay. 08700404000. £3. Music. (‘Ds. vinyl. cassettes and memorabilia to suit all tastes and budgets. Farmers Market Mansfield Park. llyndland Street/Dumbarton Road. 287 2000. 10am -3pm. Free. A chance to buy fresh produce direct from farmers.
An Evening Of Music And Readings (iilmorehill(i12. 9 l'niversity Avenue. 330 5522. 8pm. £10 (£7). Julie l)oherty. Alasdair (iray. Sandie (‘raigie aitd Bernard Macl.averty read from a selection of their work. with musical interludes by local musicians.
City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorge Square. 01698 333999. 10am 10.30pm. £1.50. See Tbti 7. City Sightseeing Tour (ieorge Square. 204 0444. 10.30am. £5. Take a tour of some of (ilasgow‘s most romantic spots including the shrine to St Valentine. the Barrowland Ballroom atid the ‘Diz/y (‘orner‘.
Wha’ Goes There? Drumpellier (‘ountry Park. 'I‘ownhead Road. (‘oatbridge. (11236 422257. 1.30pm. Track down the tell-tale signs that identify local wildlife with the help of a ranger.
Bird Box Making Strathclyde Country Park. 366 Hamilton Road. Motherwell. 01698 266155. 2pm. Make a home for our feathered friettds.
buses. trams. fire
Outdoors 2002 Sli('(‘. liinnieston Quay. 08700404000. 10am-~6pm. £6 (£3.50). See Wed 6.
The Scottish Music Fair Sii(‘(‘. Finnieston Quay. 08700404000. See Sat 9.
City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorgc Square. (11698 333999. 10am —1().3()pm. £1.50. See Thu 7.
Fire Sculpture ('umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. (‘umbernauld 01236 732887. 6—9pm. £5 for two sessions. See Mon 4.
Anne MacLeod Survivors‘ Poetry Scotland. 4 (‘4 Templeton Business Centre. 62 Templeton Street. 556 4554. 2—4pm. The poet hosts a workshop to explore the interplay of music and language.
City Of Love Giant Wheel George Square. 01698 333999. 10am-10.30pm. £1.50. See Thu
Sense Scotland Fashion Show Princes Square. 48 Buchanan Street. 564 2444. 7.30pm. £20~£30. The shops of Princes Square and Sense Scotland host this charity fashion show complete with sashaying models. this season‘s must- have glad-rags. a buffet. refreshments and entertainment.
Poetry For The City Of Love Tron Theatre. 63 Trongate. 552 4267. 8pm. Scottish poet and folk singer Adam McNaughton hosts an evening of poetry and song based on the theme of love.
IEE Faraday Lecture - Smart Living @ Home With Technology Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 10.30am. 2pm & 7pm. Free. Science lecture. for tickets contact
2060 Pollokshaws Road.
Mike Stubbs (‘(‘A. 350 Sattchiehall Street. 352 4900. 6pm. £3 (£2). ((‘('A 4). Artist Mike Sttibbs talks about his installation Doug/trim currently on show.
Drama Workshop (‘umbernauld Theatre. Kildrum. ('tiinbernauld. ()1236 732887. 7pm. £3. Ages l4 18. North Lanarkshire Youth Theatre hosts a drama workshop based on its forthcoming production of The Ix!!UI(/(’I'(‘II(’.
Wednesday 1 3 City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorge Square. 01698 333999. 10am 10.30pm. £1.50. See Thu
7. The City Of Lovers? The
Lighthouse. l 1 Mitchell Lane. 221 6362.
, 6pm. l-‘ree. A one day seminar outlining
(ilasgow‘s romantic heritage and discussing the successes of the first (‘ity ()1 Love festival. Speakers include Neil Baxter who progratntned the festival. the shrine of St Valentine designer Peter .\lc(ittrn and I.angs hotel boss Jeremy Hamilton.
The Carracci And Printmaking In Bologna 1550-1650 Httnterian Art (iallery. l'niversity of (ilasgow. 82 llillhead Street. 330 5431. 1pm. Free. Ten minute talk on the works of the celebrated ('arracci family.
Paradigm Poets (‘(‘A. 350 Sauchiehall Street. 352 4900. 8pm. £5 (£41. (('('A 6). Paradigm Poets presents Singles Night for St Valentine's Day. an evening of witty spoken word on the theme of 21st centttry relationships. Performers include Skorpio the Nemesis. Victoria Mosely. Viv (iee. Donna (‘ampbell with visuals hy- 1)an Norton.
City Of Love
Giant Wheel (ieorgc Square. ()1698 333999. 10am 10.30pm. £1.50. See Thu 7.
Open The Door To Love (‘liureh ()1‘ St John Duns Scottis. 2'70 Ballater Street. (iorbals. 429 0740. 7pm. Free. An ecumenical celebration at the shrine of St Valentine.
Argentinian Tango Workshop St Francis (‘entrc. 405 (‘ttmberland Street. (iorbals. 445 4941. 7.30 9pm. £3.50. Dress in red and black and tango the night away celebrating St Valentine's Day. All proceeds go to charity.
Science In The Garden llilllieatl Library. Byres Road. 339 7223. 7.30pm. £2. Dr Mary (iibbiy gives a talk.
A Brief History Of New Drug Invention l'niversity ()f Strathclyde. Lecture Theatre 1. Mc(‘ance Bttildiiig. 16 Richmond Street. 433 4484. 7.30pm. Free. Prof Sir James Black talks on the subject of tnedical advances at this Kelvin Lecture.
Gruesome Glasgow Meet at TOurist Information Centre. George Square. 772 0022. 52:3 (ST/o: children £3. Witness tales of tonure and terror on the streets of Glasgow as an expert guide takes you on a tour of the city's criel past.
“(Interian Museum |.J'irvr;rsity Avenue. 330 117/ 1. Mon-Sat
(1.130a'n Spit). 1 rec. Dating from 180/. the
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Scotland's oldest public museum. The Earth . . . Life exhibition includes the 330 miIIIOn—year-old Bearsden Shark. dinosaurs from Scotland and the renowned Hunter Coin cabinet. Museum Of Transport Kelvm Hall. 1 Burnhouse Road. 287 2720. Mon—Thu 8. Sat 10am—5pm; Fri 81 Sun
1 1ati)---Spin. Free. A museum crammed With
engines. ships and other paraphernalia. devoted to the history of transport. Permanent exhibitions include Shipbuilding On The
Hit or Clyde. a large mural by David McFarlane: Walking Drum. an interactive SCLilpture by Stephen Healy: and Victims Of Transport by Justin Carter.
Pollok Country Park.
616 6410. Daily
1 1am—4pm. Free. One of the most elegant 18th century buildings in the c0untry. this historic house features some of the finest Spanish paintings in Britain from the collection of Sir William Stirling Maxwell. Scottish Football Museum
Hampden Park. Letherby Drive. 616 6100.
Mon—Sat 10am—5pm; Sun 11am—5pm. £5 (£2.50). The home of Scottish football now houses the history of the beautiful game in Scotland. On display 18
the oldest national trophy
in the world. the Scottish Cup. Kenny Dalglish's 100th cap. plus reconstructions of the Original home dressing rooms and fainOLis Hampden Press Box.
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life And Art 2 Castle Street. 2557'. Mon—Thu 8. Sat 10am—5pm: Fri 8 Sun"
1 1am—5pm. Free. A." (“VINO'\‘.’lllllill§; intiseuin Of world faiths, featuring a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world's six major religions. Dali's Chi/st Of Saint John Of The Cross and the steiy of religion in Scotland through words and pictures.