Commonwealth Disco, Friday 25th July, Kinning Park Complex
Friday 25th July 8 p.m.
Kinning Park Complex
Come and enjoy the opening weekend of the Commonwealth Games with the rhythms of Jamaican, Ghanian, Bolywood and Aussie beats.
Make your experience of the 20th Commonwealth games unforgattable and take part in the unique Commonwealth Disco event brought to you by Xchange Scotland.
“We would like people to have fun and great time with us and at the same time remind them of the various cultures of the Commonwealth and the importance of inter-cultural events for our common future.” says Martin Avila, the director of Xchange Scotland and main organizer of Commonwealth Disco.
Xchange Scotland is a youth-led charity set up six years ago – it is involved in international volunteering and educational projects, sending many young volunteers overseas every year. Its aim is to make a positive change in today’s society and to inspire volunteers both around the world and around the corner. The work of the organization consists of three main areas:
Sending Scottish volunteers abroad
Hosting in Scotland
Global Education projects.
The celebration event is funded by Big Lottery and the guests can look forward to tunes and snacks from round the Commonwealth with a friendly international atmosphere.
Both entrance and refreshments are for free.
Kinning Park Complex,
0141 237 47 67
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