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  • 7 August 2009
Punch & Judy

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Fringe in the Park It’s quite a distant Fringe, but who said the East coasters get to have all the fun? Music, street theatre, historical costumes (presumably with people in them) and even an actual Punch and Judy Show. Huzzah! Huzzah! Eastwood Park Theatre, Eastwood Park, Sun 9 Aug.

Alien Wars It’s almost your last chance to get up close and personal with the friendly facehuggers under the Arches. Arches, Glasgow, until Sun 16 Aug.

Bratchy and the Wee Man’s Comedy Pub Quiz A couple of funny brothers hosting a comedy pub quiz. Aw. Sweet, right?. The Arches Café Bar, Glasgow, Thu 6 Aug.

Anja Kirschner and David Panos ‘in conversation’ with Francis McKee The head honcho at the CCA (and former Glasgow International director) discusses their new installation and film work, The Last Days of Jack Sheppard, with the artists Kirschner and Panos. CCA, Glasgow, Sat 8 Aug.

Critical Applause 6: Will Holder The editor of arts journal FR DAVID comes in to discuss the myriad different forms publishing is taking these days. Crazily high falutin and also timely, and we think that’s to be celebrated. CCA, Glasgow, Thu 13 Aug.

Alien Apocalypse: The Final Encounter

Terrifying total reality experience returns to its spiritual home at The Arches. The experience originally opened in 1992 and returned in 2009 in an updated version. Now updated again taking inspiration from the recent Prometheus film, there are utterly bone-shaking frights at every twist and turn in the creepy bowels of…

Bratchy and The Wee Man's Comedy Pub Quiz

Bratchy and his younger ned of a brother The Wee Man host their monthly quiz show. Comedy, questions and prizes from the funny duo.

Critical Applause 6: Will Holder

Will Holder, editor of 'FR DAVID', talks about publishing and all the forms it can take. Part of Critical Applause, a monthly series of talks and events that seek alternative means for talking or thinking about art.

Anja Kirschner and David Panos 'in conversation' with Francis McKee

CCA Director Francis McKee discusses the new installation and film work, 'The Last Days of Jack Sheppard', with the artists Kirschner and Panos.

Fringe in the Park

Rouken Glen gets its own Fringe celebration with musical acts (Jolly Beggars and the Daisy Daisy Singers), a Punch and Judy show, jugglers, stilt walkers, birds of prey, street theatre and costumed Edwardian and Victorian characters.

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