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Let’s talk About Art

Let’s Talk About Art – Saturday 12 September 11am – 1pm The arts have always played a key role in the campaign to save and refurbish Govanhill Baths. As the Trust move into the next stage of our journey and start to look at the first phase or redevelopment of the WellBeing Centre, we are […]

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Grow Wild Partnership with Govanhill Housing Association

We have been working in partnership with Govanhill  Housing Association to create some upcycled garden furniture for their new garden site in Coplaw Street.Using pallets we will create seating and games tables. This project is supported by Kew Gardens Grow Wild Fund.

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Tony Roper’s “The Steamie” in a 100 year-old steamie!

In July 2014, ‘The Steamie’ by Tony Roper was presented on location in the last remaining Glasgow wash house; Govanhill Baths. Tony Roper’s iconic play ‘The Steamie’ is a hilarious, often bittersweet, portrait of working class Glasgow in the 1950s. This touching tale centres around four women who have gathered at the local Steamie on […]

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Allison and Victoria

Allison and Victoria. An exhibition by Kit Mead. In Govanhill, Kit Mead offered an exhibition with a difference in November 2013. Two large prints featuring images of Govanhill’s busiest and most famous Streets, Allison St and Victoria Rd.  Not only could you watch the art being produced but, over this exhibition, see the artwork keep […]

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Govanhill Baths Poetry Splash 2013

  On Saturday 5th October, 2013, as part of Glasgoes Poetic and that week’s water-themed National Poetry Day celebrations, we welcomed one and all to our beautiful once and future swimming baths on Calder Street, Govanhill.  Some of Scotland’s top poets came together in an ecvent that marked the finale of Harry Giles’ residency at […]

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Glasgow International Festival 2014

For the month of April 2014, Govanhill Baths was a venue for the Glasgow International Art Festival. Anthea Hamilton & Nicholas Byrne, LOVE Anthea Hamilton and Nicholas Byrne inhabited Govanhill Baths with large brightly-coloured suspended and free-standing inflatable sculptures. The inflatables incorporated influences from advertising, popular culture, psychedelia and an underlying cheeky sexuality. It was […]