Another Busy Weekend at The Baths

This is the last weekend chance to catch the exhibition Taking a Line for a Swim a show of works by particpants in our recent drawing classes, in the foyer. The exhibition will be open 9.30am-3.30pm on Saturday and will then only be open during office hours until 02 March.

Govanhill Theatre present Whisky Galore – a Radio Play in the Rags to Riches Studio at 7.30pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are £10 (£6 concession) at the door or, in advance from www.brownpapertickets.com.

What Is Our Name? is an one-off exhibition by Glasgow School of Art students Hyoney Kim, Lam Shun Hui, Roisin Cairney and Sarah Hilley, in Nessa’s Room 5-7.30pm on Friday 23rd.

And, Govanhill Baths Community Trust and Ja Live luanch a new initiative called Roots Rock Reggae Against Racism at the Rum Shack tonight (23 Feb) 8pm-1am. RRRAR emerged from the concert in Queens Park last year that featured Aswad, Misty in Roots and Black Roots and aims to use reggae music as a way to build bridges and bring people together.  there will be a series of events throughout the year, soundsystem workshops and a major concert at the time of Govanhill International Carnival.  The launch event is entry by donation and features DJs Hectorr, Junior Lazarou, Caroline Murphy and Young Andrew, with speakers Suki Sangha (STUC Black Workers Committee) and Fatima Uygun (Govanhill Against Racism).  Come along ans how your support and have a dance.