Refugee Festival Scotland 2015
Refugee Festival Scotland
Wednesday 3 – Sunday 21 June 2015
Refugee Festival Scotland is an annual celebration of the contribution refugees make to life in Scotland and the welcome offered by local people.
Organise an Event Information Session
If you’re interested in organising an event for Refugee Festival Scotland 2015 but not sure how to go about it, come along to our free information session to find out more about the festival and support on offer.
The events that will be happening across Scotland and will be a part of our Refugee Festival Scotland 2015 programme.
Anyone can take part by organising an event, including: everything from performances, film screenings, book readings, club nights, discussions, gigs, exhibitions and workshops to food fayres, markets, themed walks, sports events, quizzes and more.
By organising an event for the festival you are helping to celebrate the positive contributions refugees make to our communities and welcome offered by local people, which means they have a better chance to rebuild their lives with the support of people in Scotland, a place of safety.
Deadline for including your event in the Refugee Festival Scotland printed programme is: Friday 13 March, 12.00pm.
For further information contact: Suzi Maciver, Arts & Cultural Development Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org / 0141 248 9799
This section: Events, Fairs, Festivals and Fundraisers
Filed under: Events, Fairs, Festivals and Fundraisers
- Film Listings at GFT, March 2018
- Roteract Fancy a Cup of Tea with a Refugee, QMU, University of Glasgow
- Sweet Country, Cineworld Glasgow
- The Breadwinner, GFT
- Working Girl, GFF 2018
- The Ballad of Lefty Brown, GFT
- 45s for 45 All Day Fundraiser, Old Toll Bar, Glasgow
- Boutique Health and Fitness Festival, Glasgow
- Stars for Starchild, Fundraiser 3 March, 2018
- Help the Homeless Glasgow ‘I am not lost’, 25 February, 2018
- Thank Funk it’s Friday, Partickhill Bowling and Community Club
- Sextival: Queer Relationships on Film, CCA
- CULTURE MINISTERS WELCOME IRISH MUSICIANS TO SCOTLAND GB18
- Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand 2018
- Whyte and Mackay, Glasgow International Comedy Festival 2018
- Celtic Connections 25th Anniversary Opening Concert, review and photographs by Pauline Keightley
- Soul Bowl, Jordanhill Bowling Club, 27 January, 2018
- Save £4 Ticket Offer- The Creative Craft Show and The Scottish Quilting Show
- Artists Network Lunch, Woodland Community
- Glasgow Kilo Vintage Sale, The Briggait, Glasgow 4 February, 2018