Hitlist: Around Town

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  • 15 October 2009
Hitlist: Around Town

The top events in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Bonfire Night Fireworks Displays
Remember, remember … that some nasty Catholics didn’t really want James VI to take the English throne? Or just that there will be loud bangs in the Glasgow Green and Edinburgh Meadowbank areas on a certain day, and you might want to reschedule your early night?
Meadowbank Sports Centre, Edinburgh & Glasgow Green, Glasgow, Thu 5 Nov.

Fanzine Sunday

Collective will be open for young publishers, emergent writers and artists to go into the gallery to produce new work, whether it’s a self-published catalogue, a written text or a fanzine.
Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Sun 25 Oct & 1 Nov

Handmade Haven
Last Sunday of the month means it’s time for the Glasgow Craft Mafia’s cosy handmade market, with everything from specially selected vintage clobber to handmade hipster homeware on sale.
Mono, Glasgow, Sun 25 Oct

Fundraising Event for Wateraid
One of Glasgow’s friendliest, most eco-conscious shops opens up for an evening of food and wine tastings, green makeovers and mini-massage sessions, all to raise funds for Wateraid.
Grassroots Organic, Glasgow, Thu 29 Oct

Ballroom Barney: Mods V Rockers, a Murder Mystery
Okay, so. There are mods, there are rockers, there’s a fight, there’s a murder. And you have to help solve it. We’re not quite sure what’s going on at this event, but we kind of like the sound of it anyway.
People’s Palace & Winter Gardens, Glasgow Green, Fri 30 Oct

Handmade Haven

The indie craft market returns to Mono with more handmade treats by local craftpersons. See www.glasgowcraftmafia.com for more info.

Ballroom Barney: Mods V Rockers, a Murder Mystery

It's 1964 and you're invited to the grand reopening of the Palace Ballroom. The new crowd of Mods have taken over the Rockabillies' turf, and someone has an agenda. Don your pipe and deerstalker and help solve a whodunnit! (For adults.) Must be booked in advance.

Fanzine Sunday

Collective will be open for young publishers, emergent writers and artists to go into the gallery to produce new work. Whether it's a self-published catalogue, a written text or you are looking for the support to set up a fanzine, go along and create it at Collective.

Fundraising Event for Wateraid

Tastings, massages, make-overs, wine tasting and competitions to raise money for Wateraid.

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