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3 Park Circus Glasgow, G3 6AX
0141 331 4080 afglasgow.org.uk
the little inn
We serve freshly made and generously ﬁlled baguettes, paninis and hot breakfast rolls! As well as gourmet soups, delicious pastries, smoothies, milkshakes, snacks and cold drinks!
Oh and don’t forget to try one of our wonderful coffees or hot chocolates when you feel like something hot to warm you up on those cold and rainy Scottish days. We look forward to seeing you soon!
9 St Mary’s Street EH1 1TA 1 Johnston Terrace, EH1 2PW Opening hours: 7am till 3pm 7 days a week Open till late in August!
HOMECOMING FINALE Saturday 28th November 2009
k u c a u m q w w w .
Celebrating Scotland’s contribution to the arts, food and drink, fashion and language, Queen Margaret University plays host to a unique two part event to end Scotland’s year of Homecoming, which includes:
SCOTTISH WORKSHOPS (FREE) (5.30pm – 7.30pm)
Edinburgh Academy Pipes and Drums, Poetry writing workshop, Make your own tartan workshop for kids, Scotland language quiz, East Lothian food and drink stand, Mrs Unis display – vegetarian haggis samosa, Scots drama performance, Belhaven Beer Masterclass, Glenkinchie whisky tasting sessions and Display of Nairn’s Oatcakes products to name but a few. Tickets not required – just come along and join in the fun.
DINNER, CEILIDH & FIREWORKS DISPLAY (7.30pm – 11.30pm) Don your glad rags and join us for an evening of feasting, dancing and laughter. Music comes from QMU's Ensemble of the Enlightenment, piping from Eddie Seaman and of course a ceilidh with the Scott Nichol Ceilidh Band. The evening will come to a close with a spectacular fireworks display. Kilts and anything tartan are greatly encouraged for that extra Scottish feel. Each ticket price includes a 2 course haggis buffet dinner, half a bottle of wine per person and the ceilidh. There will be a cash bar available selling beer, wine and soft drinks only. Tickets are £15 per person, must be purchased in advance. The fireworks display, timed for 11.15pm, is open to all and free.
For further information on the events, visit http://www.qmu.ac.uk/community/events.htm or call Sarah Whigham on 0131 474 0000. Scottish Charity No. SC002750
A ST ANDREW’S PARTY WITH Phil & Aly
Saturday 28 November 2009 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Box Ofﬁce: 0141 353 8000
www.rsno.org.uk 5–19 Nov 2009 THE LIST 17