Another exciting month for the Baths sees a varied programme of events including music, drama and dance.
Our inhouse Theatre Company – Govanhill Theatre – present Alan Rickman’s “My Name Is Rachel Corrie”, directed by Bruce Downie. Rachel Aliene Corrie (April 10, 1979 to March 16, 2003) was an American Evergreen State College student and member of the International Solidarity Movement (ISM) who traveled to the Gaza Strip during the Second Intifada. She was killed by a Caterpillar D9R armoured bulldozer operated by the Israel Defense Forces during a protest against the destruction of Palestinian homes by the IDF in the Gaza Strip. 18-22 April, 7,30pm Tickets £10/£6 from http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2888803
Butcher Boy will be playing a special one-off gig in the main pool for Record Store Day on 22 April. The concert coincides with the release of new EP Bad Things Happen When It’s Quiet, the band’s first set of recordings since 2011’s Helping Hands LP. The EP will be released by Damaged Goods on limited-edition 7” vinyl in a gatefold sleeve (catalogue number DAMGOOD473) and available from your local independent record shop as part of Record Store Day from 22nd April 2017. Doors 5.30pm, Band onstage 6:00pm, No support, Tickets £10/£6 from Brown Paper Tickets http://m.bpt.me/event/2908008
And, on 30 April, Tramway bring an evening of multi-discipline music and dance, programmed and led by Collective Endeavours as part of Dance International Glasgow. Collective Endeavours are a group committed to deepening their understanding of improvised music/dance and each other. Jer Reid, Solène Weinachter, Joan Clevillé, Nerea Gurrutxaga, Luke Sutherland and Alex South. Tickets from Tramway box office on 0845 330 3501