Tickets and Programme:

You can now book all events through the ticket links below.

Spaces for Solidarity

All exhibition events are unticketed and visitors are welcome to drop in anytime time during opening hours. This is with the exception of an exhibition launch day and/or Q&A. 

All donations from events relating to Palestine will go to Medical Aid
for Palestinians.

Exhibition Launch (ticketed)

Landscapes of LOSS – Exhibition of Sorrow and Solidarity | Q+A 

The Deep End | Monday 29 July – Sunday 4 August | 12:00 – 18:00

Join the artists in person and by live link to the Middle East as they talk to Street Level Photoworks Gallery Director Malcolm Dickson about the work in the exhibition and its social/political context. Followed by an informal launch of the exhibition and the festival.

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Exhibition Launch (ticketed)

Massacre of the Innocents 

The Deep End | 5 August | 18:00 – 21:00

The informal launch of the exhibition. Network of Photographers for Palestine hopes to hold a Zoom conversation with the photographers on the opening night.

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Exhibition of Sorrow and Solidarity

Landscapes of LOSS – 

The Deep End | Monday 29 July – Sunday 4 August | 12:00 – 18:00 daily

Witness to Genocide

Recent photography by Gaza-native photojournalist and Active stills member Mohammed Zaanoun.

Under heavy Israeli bombardments, after his house and entire neighbourhood were destroyed, and under explicit threats to his life made by Israeli colonial forces, Mohammed Zaanoun continued documenting the horrors of Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza. These photos stand as a testimony for the world to see and for us to act.

The Fourth Wall 

New political dioramas and photomontage artwork by Glasgow artist and activist Euan Sutherland.

Euan Sutherland’s miniatures and interrelated montages examine the legacy of (and continuing) brutality inflicted on the Palestinian people throughout the years. Challenging Western tendencies of victim blaming, hypocrisy, ignorance and hinting at the growing opposition to this and a groundswell of unrest. Pulling back the curtain of propaganda.

Film (12+) Freedom to Run

The Deep End |Friday 2 August | 18:30 – 21:00

Join the artists in person and by live link to the Middle East as they talk to Street Level Photoworks Gallery Director Malcolm Dickson about the work in the exhibition and its social/political context. Followed by an informal launch of the exhibition and the festival.

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Exhibition Massacre of the Innocents

The Deep End | Tuesday 6th – Sunday 11th August | 12:00 – 18:00 daily

The past 10 months have seen the most brutal onslaught on the Palestinian people that Gaza has ever experienced. In the midst of all this, the Network of Photographers for Palestine (NPP) have continued to document the slaughter. This exhibition celebrates their work in graphic detail.

In conjunction with the exhibition, we are excited to announce an event with Raja Shehadeh, a distinguished writer and lawyer. Raja, a founding member of the internationally acclaimed human rights organisation ‘Al Haq,’ won the Orwell Prize for political writing in 2008 for his book ‘Palestinian Walks.’ This will be his first appearance at the Govanhill Festival, where he will discuss his new book, ‘What Does Israel Fear from Palestine?’

Hope & Ponies Exhibition

Tramway | 1 – 17 August | 11:00 – 17:00 Wed – Fri, 11:00 – 18:00 Sat

Artists Katherina and Alister of Two Destination Language are gathering hope. In different parts of the UK, they’ve been speaking with people from all walks of life about what they hope for. In July, they hosted a Hope & Ponies Takeover in Tramway’s Studio space, inviting visitors to help design and make banners which give these hopes concrete form. Visit the Upper Foyer above the cafe at Tramway to see what they made!


Exhibition

The Hidden Gardens of the Ordinary Zen

The Hidden Gardens | 10:00 – 17:00 Tue – Fri, 12:00 – 17:00 Sat – Sun

Created by artist Martyna Maz, “Ordinary Zen” is a photographic record of intimate stories shared by individuals who practise meditation to connect with their true nature, purpose, and power. These portraits serve as a reminder that the most important relationship, where the whole world resides, is between you and you.

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Film (15 advised) To Shoot an Elephant

The Deep End | Wednesday 7 August | 18:30 – 21:00

Alberto Arce, Mohammad Rujailah Spain, 2009 112 min

Years prior to the current aggression, medics and ISM volunteers risk their lives to rescue and treat the wounded in the war-torn Gaza strip. This film was originally showcased along with many others by Document, at its long-running seminal International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival and has been chosen for the festival programme by artist and activist Euan Sutherland.

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Film (12A advised) CineRoma 2.0: Citizen Miko

Offline Cinema | Friday 9 August | 12:00 – 13:45

Miko is a truck driver, his father is Romani, and above all he is a man who wants to help those in need. When the Czech government was looking for reasons not to take in a few dozen children from Greek refugee camps after the chemical attacks on Syrian civilians in 2018, Miko took justice into his own hands and, together with the Czechs Helping initiative, prepared facilities for child refugees.

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Film (U) & workshop CineRoma 2.0: Reenchantment. Małgorzata Mirga-Tas + creative workshop

The Roma Cultural Centre | Fri, 9 Aug 2024 14:00 – 16:30

“Reenchantment. Małgorzata Mirga-Tas” is a documentary film by Anna Zakrzewska that records the process of creating Małgorzata Mirga-Tas’s monumental work Re-enchanting the World for the Polish Pavilion at the Biennale Arte 2022 in Venice. The artist decided to let a camera into her studio to talk about the Roma culture and the close relationships between the women she works with.

The film will be followed by a creative community banner making workshop that will be led by a local artist and explore themes raised in the film. All materials provided. Further details to be shared soon.

| Saturday 10 August | 18:00 – 20:00

Latcho Drom is a feature-length semi-documentary epic, directed by Tony Gatlif and released in 1993. Completed in co-production with many countries and companies, the film stresses the motif of transition on many levels, and depicts its concrete and abstract synonyms with specific regard to the Roma community.

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Film (15 Advised) CineRoma 2.0: Three Thousand Numbered Pieces, Háromezer Számozott Darab

Offline Cinema | Friday 9 August | 18:00 – 20:00

A white Hungarian director rehearses a play with five young Roma actors. His play tells their real-life stories of abuse, drug addiction, and crime. However, instead of representing the truth of their experiences, it only capitalises on their pain and exploits them. The actors quit the play, only to find that their white director has already sold the show to Berlin’s biggest theatre and the premiere is looming.

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Film (15 Advised) CineRoma 2.0: Letter of Forgiveness + O Baripen

Offline Cinema | Saturday 10 August | 16:00 – 17:30

Letter of Forgiveness (Bilet de iertare)
In the household of a wealthy Romanian noblewoman in 1855, Maria, a Roma-Gipsy slave, fights to obtain freedom for her son Dinca.

O Baripen – Odkaz Eleny Lackovej
Parallels between two family women who despite social prejudice dedicate their lives to artistic creation. This biographical film charts the fate of Roma writer Elena Lackova in an intimate and personal way.

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CineRoma 2.0: Closing Gala: Latcho Drom

Offline Cinema | Saturday 10 August | 18:00 – 20:00

Latcho Drom is a feature-length semi-documentary epic, directed by Tony Gatlif and released in 1993. Completed in co-production with many countries and companies, the film stresses the motif of transition on many levels, and depicts its concrete and abstract synonyms with specific regard to the Roma community.

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Film and Q&A Govanhill: A Community Film Portrait

Tramway | Screening + Q & A: To be announced soon | Exhibition Open: To be announced soon

Experience an intimate portrait of Govanhill through short films by BAFTA-winning filmmaker Felipe Bustos Sierra, unveiling the hidden recipes and secret artistry of our vibrant neighborhood. Engage in our post-event Q&A with the director and collaborators, exploring themes of resilience, home, hope, and the rituals that define individual and collective identities.

Complementing this, visit Two Destination Language’s “Hope & Ponies Exhibition” in Tramway’s Upper Foyer, where poignant banners reflect diverse hopes and dreams from Govanhill and beyond.

| Saturday 10 August | 18:00 – 20:00

Latcho Drom is a feature-length semi-documentary epic, directed by Tony Gatlif and released in 1993. Completed in co-production with many countries and companies, the film stresses the motif of transition on many levels, and depicts its concrete and abstract synonyms with specific regard to the Roma community.

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Workshop (all ages welcome) BPOC Brunch with Glasgow Zine Library

Glasgow Zine Library | Saturday 3 August | 10:30 – 12:00

Wake up to a morning of making and pastries at Glasgow Zine Library. In this informal BPOC-only workshop, you will have the chance to explore our collection of zines by BPOC makers and then be guided through making your own zine. Coffee, tea, pastries, and fruit will be available in abundance. Let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.

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Workshop (all ages welcome) Drop-in Zine Making

Glasgow Zine Library | Friday 2, Saturday 3, Friday 9, Saturday 10 August | 12:00 – 18:00

Maybe you want to share your thoughts on ‘Black and Brown Joy’ or ‘The Places You’ve Called Home’ or ‘Being and Becoming an Ally’. Maybe you want to speak out about racism or what it means to be on the outside or the inside. Maybe you just want to draw pictures of pine martens. Well, we’re here for it all. Drop in and make a zine. We’ll have friendly folks on hand to show you how, some prompts to help you develop your idea, and zines other people have made to give you some inspiration.

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Hope and Healing

For many festival partners, real change begins with hope and
healing. The following events invite us to reflect, nurture curiosity, and
unite in action.

Exhibition

Hope & Ponies 

Tramway | 1 – 17 August | 11:00 – 17:00 Wed – Fri, 11:00 – 18:00 Sat

Artists Katherina and Alister of Two Destination Language are gathering hope. In different parts of the UK, they’ve been speaking with people from all walks of life about what they hope for. In July, they hosted a Hope & Ponies Takeover in Tramway’s Studio space, inviting visitors to help design and make banners which give these hopes concrete form. Visit the Upper Foyer above the cafe at Tramway to see what they made!


Exhibition

The Hidden Gardens of the Ordinary Zen 

The Hidden Gardens |6 – 11 August | 10:00 – 17:00 Tue – Fri | 12:00 – 17:00 Sat – Sun

Created by artist Martyna Maz, “Ordinary Zen” is a photographic record of intimate stories shared by individuals who practice meditation to connect with their true nature, purpose, and power. These portraits serve as a reminder that the most important relationship, where the whole world resides, is between you and you.



Hope & Ponies Takeover

Tramway | 6 July, 12:00 – 16:00

Katherina and Alister of Two Destination Language are journeying across the UK, discussing hopes with people from diverse backgrounds. Join them at Tramway’s Studio to share your hopes—whether personal or global, for now or the future. Together, design and create banners that embody these aspirations through drawing, cutting, pinning, and sewing. This is your chance to get your message of hope into the world.

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Gathering Remembering Together – Collective acts of reflection, remembrance, hope and healing

Glasshouse, Queen’s Park | Sunday 4 August | 13:00 – 16:00

Join us for a reflective gathering on the nationwide Covid Memorial project: Remembering Together. This event invites us to reflect on loss, nurture resilience, and unity, demonstrating how working with arts in co-creation with communities has shaped over 32 memorials across Scotland. These memorials honour lives lost and celebrate our collective learning.

As part of this event, join artist duo Crag Little and Blake Whitehead (Littlewhitehead) in Queen’s Park as they share their plans for Glasgow’s memorial sculpture, which has been developed collaboratively over the last two years with communities across the city, including Govanhill.

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Govanhill: A Community Film Portrait

Tramway | Screening + Q & A: 15:00 – 17:00 | Exhibition Open: 12:00 – 18:00

Experience an intimate portrait of Govanhill through short films by BAFTA-winning filmmaker Felipe Bustos Sierra, unveiling the hidden recipes and secret artistry of our vibrant neighbourhood. Engage in our post-event Q&A with the director and collaborators, exploring themes of resilience, home, hope, and the rituals that define individual and collective identities.

Complementing this, visit Two Destination Language’s “Hope & Ponies Exhibition” in Tramway’s Upper Foyer, where poignant banners reflect diverse hopes and dreams from Govanhill and beyond.

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Together In Nature

The Hidden Gardens | Sunday 4 August | 12:00 – 15:00

An afternoon of togetherness in the gardens, beginning with Tai Chi on the lawn led by Jan Kauskas. This is followed by a plant species walk focused on the local and global plant pairings in the gardens and other significant plant species. Everyone is invited to sit together in the gardens and manifest a wish for peace, nature, and diversity, and to add these wishes to our wishing tags on our sacred rowans.

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BOOKS, TALKS, DISCUSSIONS,
WORKSHOPS

Launch of Govanhill Book Festival 2024

The Community Newsroom | Sunday 4th August 11:00 – 17:00

A “Festival within the Festival”, Govanhill Book Festival curated by local poet and political activist Jim Monaghan has grown to be an
integral part of Govanhill International Festival and Carnival. With a fantastic range of authors and hosts over the week and tickets priced for access, we hope you can join us at one or all of the book events this year.

Govanhill Writers MeetUp – hosted by Greater Govanhill CIC

The Community Newsroom | 4 August |11:30 – 16:00 |

A chance for Govanhill’s writers to come together to discuss writing in all its forms and share our experiences and skills. Or just chat and drink tea!

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Hannah Lavery “The Unwritten Woman” Chaired by Louise Welsh

The Community Newsroom | 13:00 – 15:00

Hannah Lavery is a Scottish poet and playwright, and Edinburgh Makar (city poet). Selected by Owen Sheers as one of his “Ten Writers Asking Questions That Will Shape Our Future,” her latest poetry collection The Unwritten Woman is published by Polygon. It’s a fascinating and often brutal collection that highlights the stories of women between the lines. The event is hosted by author Louise Welsh, Professor of Creative Writing at Glasgow University.

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Jen Stout “Night Train to Odessa – The Human Cost of Russia’s War” Chaired by Rhiannon Davies

The Community Newsroom | 15:00 – 17:00

A powerful insight into what it’s like to go it alone in a conflict zone. When Russia’s tanks rolled across the border, Jen Stout, a journalist from Shetland, was working in Russia and found herself in Ukraine amid the great movement of people caused by the war. Her book captures the real stories of people under attack, a truly empathetic work from the frontline.

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Heather Parry “Electric Dreams – on sex robots and the failed promises of capitalism” Chaired by Kirsty Logan

Category Is Books | 18:30 – 20:30

Heather Parry is a Southside-based writer and editor. Her debut novel, Orpheus Builds a Girl, was shortlisted for the Saltire Society Fiction Book of the Year Award and longlisted for the Polari First Book Prize. She is also the author of a short story collection, This Is My Body, Given For You. Electric Dreams: Sex Robots and Failed Promises of Capitalism is her first non-fiction book.

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Rab Wilson “Poetry From The Miners Strike 40 Years On” Chaired by Dr Ewan Gibbs

The Dixon Halls | 19:00 – 21:00

Forty years on from the 1984–85 UK Miners’ Strike, the largest union-led industrial action in the 20th century, Rab Wilson – a former miner deeply involved in the strike – presents a compelling narrative through his mining poems and strike diary. He addresses current social and economic issues in Scotland and the UK, reflecting on both past and present.

Host: Dr Ewan Gibbs, Lecturer in Economic and Social History, University of Glasgow

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Alasdair Roberts “Library of Aethers” Hosted by Some Great Reward

The Cooperage | 13:00-15:00

Folk Musician Alasdair Roberts is one of the wisest, quietest voices in the music world. He’s beautifully enhanced with his mesmerizing songwriting and gentle knowledge. He wears it lightly, occupying a unique place between traditional and modern ideas, sort of folk music, sort of not – always trying to howk out the language in things. Library of Aethers is a selection of Roberts’ song lyrics from juvenilia to early senilia, featuring 70-plus song texts plus some translations (into Portuguese, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, and Scots!).

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Govanhill: Exploring Irish Heritage

Little Donegal, The Irish in the Gorbals & Govanhill

Govanhill Library | Thursday 1 August | 18:00 – 19:30

Join us for an engaging evening of storytelling with Colm Bryce, author of “Little Donegal: The Irish in the Gorbals & Govanhill.” Colm will delve into the rich historical connections between Govanhill, Gorbals, and Donegal, highlighting the impact of Irish migrants from the North West of Ireland on Glasgow’s southside. Discover how Irish people have been integral to Scotland’s history, from the Dál Riada tribe in 400 CE to the growth of Glasgow in the 17th and 18th centuries, and through all the stages of the city’s development, including in Govanhill.

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Researching your Irish Family History

Govanhill Library | Tuesday 6 August | 18:00 – 19:30

Join Dr. Irene O’Brien, Glasgow City Archivist and specialist in Irish Family History, as she guides you through the wealth of facilities and resources available for researching your family history. Discover how to delve into the roots of your Irish heritage and uncover valuable insights into your family’s past.

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Letle Telt by Lainey Dempsey

The Roma Cultural Centre | Friday 9 August |18:30 – 19:30 – Lainey Dempsey | 19:30 – 20:30 – Reception with food & drinks | 20:30 – 21:30 – Songs/Stories from the floor

Women are most commonly represented in traditional folk songs (at least in the ones we tend to sing) as ‘pretty fair maids’ with ‘lily-white hands’ who are heartbroken and/or ‘ruined’ by the men around them. Even in the old songs, there is so much more variety of types of women to pull out of the repertoire and sing about. Traditional folk song is brimming with working class and military heroes and rebels. It tends to be men we sing about, but women were there too, organizing, defying, and rebelling wherever they saw injustice.

Letle Telt is a small step on a long road toward redressing the balance of the historic stories we choose to tell.

The Roma Cultural Centre acknowledges the mutual interdependence of Govanhill’s diverse communities and their histories. They warmly welcome the Irish diaspora and their allies into their space.

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Irish Diaspora and Scottish Literature

The Roma Cultural Centre | 11 August | 12 – 16:00

Federation of Writers (Scotland) Makar, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir and Scriever, Colette Coen in conversation with readings around the subject of the Irish Diaspora and Scottish Literature. Enjoy readings and a writing workshop led by Colette Coen.

12:00 – 13:30 Marcas Mac an Tuairneir and
Colette Coen Readings

13:30 – 14:00 Refreshment break

14:00 – 16:00 Poetry Workshop with Marcas Mac an Tuairneir

14:00 – 16:00 Prose Workshop with Colette Coen


Irish Language & Irish Singing Workshops

Location TBC | Thursday 8 August | 18:00 – 20:30 |

Federation of Writers (Scotland) Makar, Marcas Mac an Tuairneir and Scriever, Colette Coen in conversation with readings around the subject of the Irish Diaspora and Scottish Literature. Enjoy readings and a writing workshop led by Colette Coen.

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Govanhill: The spaces we inhabit

The Urban Voltaire: His Life and Legacy

Saturday 3 August Gathering (18+)

An all-day event showcasing a pop-up living archive of the work and ephemera of local writer and broadcaster Jack McLean. Afternoon talks and film will be followed by a celebration event in the evening with anecdotes, music, and performance.

Location: TBC
Time: 11:00 – 22:00

  • The afternoon event is a free drop-in.

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The Ground is Not Unchanging Archive Workshops

Offline | 8 & 15 August | 12:00 – 16:00 (16+)

Brought to you by festival partners Offline, this two-part workshop explores alternative approaches to the idea of the archive. Participants are invited to bring their own archival material (objects, photographs, film, letters, or more intangible items like memories, stories, song lyrics, dreams). These materials will serve as the basis for exploring ways to create new 16mm moving image works, collaboratively archiving the connections and resonances within our collective temporary archive.

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How Much is Enough?

Govanhill Housing Association | 2 August | 18:00 – 19:30

Explore Kate O’Shea’s diverse artistic responses during her Just City Counter Narrative Neighbourhood award tenure (2020-2022). Known for robust social practice, Kate uses printmaking, ‘social spaces,’ publishing, and community events to foster solidarity. This event delves into Kate’s varied experiences of co-creation with communities of interest.

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Ghost Signs of Glasgow Southside

Start point Govanhill (exact location TBC) | Sunday 4 August  | 14:00-16:00

Join us for an exciting heritage project tracking down, researching, and archiving fast-disappearing signs around Glasgow. Ghost Signs are integral to the city’s urban landscape, representing businesses or establishments that no longer exist and offering insights into Glasgow’s economic, architectural, social, and cultural history. This Southside Walking Tour for the Govanhill International Festival & Carnival showcases fascinating stories unearthed from these signs.

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Jewish Govanhill Walking Trail

Start point Govanhill exact TBC | Tuesday 6 August | 14:00 – 16:00

Discover the rich history of the Jewish community in Govanhill since the early 20th Century. Led by Harvey Kaplan and Deborah Haase from the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre, this trail will explore the origins of Jewish settlement in the area, visiting streets where the community lived, worked, and gathered. Explore locations of Jewish youth groups, communal organisations, shops, businesses, and synagogues.

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Preserving Jewish History in Govanhill

Govanhill Library | Thursday, 8 August | 18:00 – 19:30

Join Harvey Kaplan and Deborah Haase from the Scottish Jewish Archives Centre for an insightful presentation on the efforts to preserve Jewish history in Scotland. The discussion will focus on the vibrant Jewish community that thrived in Govanhill and Crosshill throughout much of the twentieth century. This event is a unique opportunity to learn about the rich cultural heritage and historical contributions of Jewish residents in these areas.

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International News – On Your Doorstep

Govanhill Housing Association | Thursday 8th August | 6pm

Join New Internationalist co-editor Conrad Landin for a workshop on building international news stories—from your neighbourhood to the wider world. Using recent events in the Southside of Glasgow as a starting point, participants will explore how to draw parallels to global issues, demonstrating how journalism can foster international understanding and solidarity.

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Why Can’t I Get a Dentist Appointment? – The Politics of Teeth

Govanhill Housing Association | Monday, 5 August | 18:30 – 20:30

Join Kirsty for a presentation that delves into the politics and economics surrounding dental care. Drawing from her Masters research, Kirsty explores the historical context and inequalities in oral health care, offering a Marxist analysis of the creation of the dental profession and its impact on the NHS.

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Music, Performance, Comedy

Josie Long and Friends – MAP

The Rum Shack | Thursday, 1 August | 19:30 |

Josie Long returns to the Govanhill Festival with a comedy extravaganza to kick off this year’s programme. Join Josie and her comedy pals for an evening of laughter, music, and even poetry. All profits from this event will be donated to Medical Aid For Palestinians (MAP).

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Whipped Cream DJs

Rum Shack | Friday 2 August Music | 21:00 – 01:00 (18+)

Rodgers and Charlotte Tuesday dig deep to make you move!

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St Dukes

Rum Shack | Saturday 3 August Music | 19:30 – 00:00 (18+)

St Dukes plus support.

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Spangled Cabaret

Rum Shack | Monday 5 August Performance | 19:30 – 22:30 (18+)

Glasgow’s longest running variety show.

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Laylow Presents

Rum Shack | Tuesday 6 August Music | 20:00 – 23:30 (18+)**

Glasgow’s newest hotspot for jazz.

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Once Upon A Time In The South

Rum Shack | Wednesday 7 August Music | 20:00 – 23:00 (18+)

A (mostly) weekly open mic event. Hosted by Kenneth Noah Blair (Noah & The West River Band) & Julen Santamaria (Awkward Family Portraits).

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Glasgoespop Presents Tam Petty and the Heartfakers 

Rum Shack | Friday 9 August Music | 20:00 – 01:00 (18+)

Tam and his band deliver faithful renditions of all your favorite Tom Petty hits and beloved album tracks, guaranteeing a great time for rock & roll lovers. DJs will spin classic rock & roll, power pop, and post-punk until 1am.

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Govanhill International Festival & Carnival: QUEER THEORY

The Rum Shack | 8 August | 7:30pm – 11:00pm

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Loosen Up DJs

Rum Shack | Saturday 10 August | 21:00 – 01:00
Music (18+)

Afro, disco, and fun times with three of the best record collections in Glasgow (and beyond). 12th Isle co-founder, Fergus Clark, Charlie McCann, and David Barbarossa play pan-global heaters to make you move.

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Open Sauce Comedy

The Rum Shack | Sunday 11 August | 19:30 – 22:00 | (18+)

It’s the Southside’s new open mic comedy night at The Rum Shack from the people who bring you Crossmylaff! That means brand new acts, established comedians trying new jokes, and headliners previewing new material!

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