Pride Glasgow – 20 and 21 August, 2016
Pride Glasgow 20 and 21 August, 2016
The First 7 acts have been announced for Pride Glasgow 2016. With more announcements still to come
The Pride Glasgow Arena is the main outdoor stage.
Prides are a Scottish synthpop band formed in Glasgow in 2013 and made up of Stewart Brock (piano, lead vocals), Callum Wiseman (guitar, piano, vocals) and Lewis Gardiner (drums). The band performed at the 2014 Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in Glasgow with the track “Messiah” on 3 August 2014.
Karen Harding has had one hell of a year. From launching her smash top 10 debut single ‘Say Something’ on Method Records (Disclosure, Tourist, Lxury), co-written and produced with Grammy-nominated wunderkind MNEK and now certified gold with over 10 million video views, to featuring on infectious dancefloor slayers from rising UK producers Arches and Blonde plus Belgium’s The Magician, the 23 year-old Newcastle girl has been forging her own path with her stand-out style and sizeable vocal talents.
Tall Dark Friend (born Jordan Gray 1989) is the exciting and enigmatic new force in modern music sweeping the UK and beyond with her own enlightened brand of passionate, dark power-pop. Since late 2007 ‘The Friend’ has stormed a great number of high profile venues including guest performances in and around London’s O2 and continues to adorn festival line-ups across the UK and Europe.
- Creative Conversations: Abir Mukherjee – Crime Novelist
- Penetrate: Translate Reading Group: Five Measures of Expatriation by Vahni Capildeo CCA
- The Long Ryders at OranMor
- Book Launch: The Siren Awakes by Linda Jackson
- Woodlands Community Gardens, Storytelling Circle ‘Tell A Story’ Workshop
- Scottish Writers’ Centre Dove Tales: Dia de los Muertos
- Maria Doyle Kennedy, Cottiers
- Hang Massive at OranMor, Glasgow
- Irene Lebeter, Meet the Author, Fruin Fam
- A Lad in Maryhill, Pantomime, Maryhill 2019
- ‘A Place for the Work and the Human Being’ Kelvin Hall
- From Lens to Pen, Finnieston
- Hitsville The Making of Motown Black History Month Glasgow
- Scotland Loves Anime 10 Anniversary at GFT
- American Woman GFT
- Judy GFT
- 48 Hours Film Project Part 1 GFT
- Her Century: Scottish Women on Film GFT
- The Relative Worlds GFT plus Q and A
- Mòd 2019 National Theatre of Scotland – Rocket Post screening + family drama workshop