My Glasgow: Martha Ffion
- This article has been written with the support of Scotrail.
- 19 October 2017
Local songwriter divulges essential Glasgow tips
Whether it's shopping, eating, drinking or dancing, Glasgow has everything you need for a first-rate day out. Want to discover the city through the eyes of a resident? We asked a few creative Glasgow locals about their favourite things to do.
Martha Ffion is the musical project of Glasgow-based Irish songwriter Claire Martha Ffion McKay, who is signed to Turnstile, home to Cate Le Bon and Gruff Rhys.
There's so much to see and do in Glasgow, but I've only got a day. Which three essential sights should I head to?
The People's Palace, the Glasgow Necropolis, and take a walk through Kelvingrove Park to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Edinburgh might be famous for its festivals, but Glasgow holds its own too. What's your favourite Glasgow festival of the year?
The Glasgow Film Festival – always amazing Q&As and cool events in unusual places. A couple of years ago I saw The Passion of Joan of Arc in Glasgow Cathedral which was pretty special.