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Children’s Events West End Festival 2015

The 20th West End Festival has a wonderful programme including a fabulous range of events for children and families. Some of them are highlighted below and more can be found in the West End Festival Programme Children and Families

nick-sharrtt-family-300x200.jpg Nick Sharratt Family Event

20 June, 2015

12.00 a.m.

Hillhead Library

A fun packed session with Nick Sharratt -one of the best loved author and illustrators in the UK. Join him for his latest picture book Fancy Dress Jungle.

Why not come along in your favourite Jungle Fancy Dress. Age 3-8 and families. Free

Hillhead Library 348 Byres Road, Glasgow G12 8AP

what-the-jackdaw-saw-300x242.jpg Julia and Malcolm Donaldson with Nick Sharratt

Sunday, June 21


Community Central Halls - CCH
304 Maryhill Road, Glasgow G20 7YE

A very special show with the creator of the children's classic The Gruffalo. Join in the fun with Julia, Malcolm and special guest Nick Sharratt. Afterwards a book signing with Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt that will include their latest book "What the Jackdaw Saw"

Glasgow Kids Comedy Club
The Stand Comedy Club
333 Woodlands Road, G3 6NG
  • Sunday 07 Jun 3:00pm

Boring old Sundays will never be the same again! The Stand Comedy Club presents a live stand-up show for younger fans every month.

We've got three top comedians at every show. There are no sweary words or adult stuff - just a load of jokes and fun. Best for 8-12's.

Sorry, no under 5's and all young comedy fans must be accompanied by an adult.

- See more at: http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/childrens-events-west-end-festival-2015/#sthash.D2WSc92V.dpuf

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FORK Summer Gala Saturday 20th June, 2015


Friends of The River Kelvin Gala Poster designed by local illustrator and Alice Dansey-Wright


As part of the West End Festival, FORK organises a Gala on the river every year.

An opportunity to show off, network with local people and organisations, celebrate the wonderful River Kelvin…. and have a great time!

The area around Ha’Penny Bridge House is filled with stalls and activities all day, with the accompaniment of live music, good food, and perhaps the chance to paddle down the Kelvin in a canoe.

- See more at: http://www.glasgowwestend.co.uk/fork-summer-gala-saturday-20th-june-2015/#sthash.c98Fs28s.dpuf
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