Music Broth, Musical Instrument Library Launch and Open Day, Govanhill

music instrument library launch

Sunday, 2 September, 2018 1p.m. – 5 p.m.

Music Broth has a premise!!

After 1 year of operating, collecting in hundreds of donated instruments from the community, developing strong partnerships with other organisations, delivering musical instruments to those who need them and getting people excited about music Music Broth is all set to go further.  They have a perfect new space for storing equipment, which will also be a central location for the project.

Everyone is invited along to see the space and hear all about what Music Broth have planned.

The Launch

Come along and enjoy live music as well as food and soft drinks. It’s totally family friendly with opportunities to take part in a community art piece or have your own face painted.

This will also be an opportunity for people to connect, build networks and get involved in music and Music Broth.

Music Broth

Unit 7, Victoria Court Workspaces, 8 Hollybrook Street, Govanhill, Glasgow G42 7HB



To get to Music Broth you might want to use Google Maps navigation for accuracy. (See map)

However, here are some directions:

Coming from M8/M74:

– At junction 1A (M74), take the B763 exit to Polmadie/Rutherglen/A730

– Use the right two lanes to turn onto Polmadie Rd/A728

– Turn right onto Calder St/B763

– Turn onto Hickman St

– Turn left onto Jamieson St

– Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Hollybrook St

Coming from Allison Street:

– Head east on Allison St towards Daisy St

– Allison turns left and becomes Hollybrook St

– Turn right onto Calder St/B763

– Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Hickman St

– Turn left onto Jamieson St

– Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Hollybrook Street

Age Restrictions

There are no age restriction to enter the event although all children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an adult.

What can I bring into the event?

There will be catering provided during the event. Alcoholic drinks not permitted at the event or in the new space. permitted to bring any alcoholic drinks to the event or into the space.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

See Facebook Event for FREE tickets.

It is not necessary for you to bring a printed copy of your ticket.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Any queries please email: 

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