Mag­gie’s all set for cul­ture crawl in city

Night-time sights

East Kilbride News - - NEWS - Colin Pater­son

It is the big, vi­brant city right on our doorstep.

Now can­cer support char­ity Mag­gie’s is giv­ing the peo­ple of La­nark­shire the chance to see Glas­gow in a new light.

Re­turn­ing for its third year, and spon­sored once again by Brodies LLP, Mag­gie’s Cul­ture Crawl is sched­uled to take place on Fri­day, Septem­ber 28.

The walk will in­clude ex­clu­sive night-time ac­cess to cul­tural icons in­clud­ing the Dock­yard So­cial, The Royal Col­lege of Physi­cians and Sur­geons and fin­ish with a fan­tas­tic show at The Bri­tan­nia Panop­ti­can The­atre.

‘Crawlers’ will also view ex­hibits from artists Zoe Law and Lucy Porter, as well as sam­ple street food and share a cheeky dram at the Cly­de­side Dis­tillery along the way.

Lorrie Forsyth, cen­tre head of Mag­gie’s La­nark­shire, said: “Dis­cov­er­ing our city as the sun sets and tak­ing in its cul­tural gems is be­com­ing a cal­en­dar high­light.

“As a char­ity Mag­gie’s re­lies on do­na­tions to con­tinue to de­velop our unique, high qual­ity pro­gramme of support.

“I really hope the com­mu­nity gets be­hind this event to help us support as many peo­ple liv­ing with can­cer across La­nark­shire.”

Visit mag­gi­es­cen­tres.org/ cul­ture­crawl/find-event/cul­ture­crawl-glas­gow to find out more in­for­ma­tion and sign up.

●The first South Par­ish men’s breakfast of the new ses­sion will be held at the church this Satur­day. It will run from 8.30am. Speaker will be Ian Valen­tine, a former maths teacher at Dun­can­rig Sec­ondary and head teacher of Cleve­den Sec­ondary School, Glas­gow.

His talk is en­ti­tled “Ru­dolf Hess – the very last POW”.

Ian is a mem­ber of Strathaven Ro­tary Club and en­joys singing with the Hamil­ton Ca­ley male voice choir.

All men are wel­come along.

City lights La­nark­shire par­tic­i­pants en­joy last year’s cul­ture crawl event

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