The Lighthouse Late
A fabulous celebration of design, music and cinema sprawling across all five floors of The Lighthouse.
This time round the night features Edinburgh experimental electro poppers FOUND, synth pop duo Apache Darling, the new formation of Meursault, Supermoon and the noisy, tuneful and triumphant The Spook School. Not content with that, we're also putting on Debay De Lux, burlesque and cabaret performer who is influenced by the Berlin aesthetic throughout the decades.
Workshop-wise, we've got Hannah Brackston, who is leading a 'cogs and wheels' session, showing how to use discarded bike parts and other found material to create art. There's also a talk from Florian Urban, Professor and Head of Architectural and Urban Studies at the Mackintosh School of Architecture at Glasgow School of Art, all about post-war urban design in Berlin.
As if that wasn't enough, you'll be able to see Fritz Lang's Metropolis and Josef von Sternberg's The Blue Angel.
The night is supported by Blue Moon Craft Beer, Caorunn Gin and Fentimans Tonic and ticket holders receive two complimentary drinks on the night (over 18s only).
We have no details of upcoming performances, if you do please let us know.
Reviews & features
Interview: Debay De Lux – 'With every garment lost, there is more to see than what you expected'28 Sep 2015
Burlesque star talks tattoos, performing live and her upcoming set at The Lighthouse Late
Tattoo apprentice, model, actress: Debay De Lux is an artist who wears many hats. On Fri 9 Oct she will don the one that marks her out as a talented burlesque performer, as she entertains throughout the evening with a specially designed routine for The…
Turn your rusty bike into something useful and rescue old treasures at Lighthouse Late25 Sep 2015
Workshops from Hannah Brackston and Tea Green, and burlesque from Debay De Lux
Workshops, talks, burlesque, not to mention a craft market – Lighthouse Late is much more than just hip new bands and an excuse to drink craft beer and gin in a fancy art and design exhibition space (although, we agree, all those things are pretty great…
Lighthouse Late returns: Ich bin ein Berliner?11 Sep 2015
Berlin theme for third Lighthouse Late event, guests include Spook School and Supermoon
In case you missed the memo, there’s no hipper place to be seen right now than Berlin. Basically if you work in the creative industries, hate escalating costs of living here in the UK, you should be moving to Berlin right now. That being said, we’d love…
Exposure: Apache Darling9 Sep 2015
Andrew Black and Stefanie Lawrence talk New Pop, T Break and what comes next
‘Apache’ is taken from the first song one half of the band, Stefanie Lawrence, learned on the guitar, while ‘darling’ relates to what New Yorkers called the duo when they played their first Stateside show. So that clears that up. We interrupt Lawrence…
The Spook School – Try To Be Hopeful9 Sep 2015
The Edinburgh band serve up a breezily cheerful, sometimes dramatic album
Edinburgh’s Spook School are a band who have to exist – but then again, why should our ears put up with anyone who isn’t making good music? Much will be written of the fact that singer Nye Todd identifies as transgender (it already has been, in fact, in…
Lighthouse Late full programme and lineup26 May 2015
The second Lighthouse Late event features Prides, KLOË, Glasgow Short Film Festival, Saunt & Sinner,
The second Lighthouse Late takes place on Fri 29 May at the titular Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture in Glasgow. The event is a celebration of fashion, design, music and cinema sprawling across all five floors of the venue, plus…
Interview: KLOË11 Mar 2015
Synth-pop’s new kid on the block joins Prides on Lighthouse Late lineup
Bursting onto the scene right now is 18-year old KLOË, Scotland’s latest electro-pop product to follow in the mould of Chvrches and Prides. KLOË, aka Chloe Latimer, dropped her first single ‘Grip’ last December and created plenty of buzz in the…
Prides to headline Lighthouse Late5 Feb 2015
The Glasgow trio are set to play a stripped-back set at the venue's second late event
The second Lighthouse Late takes place on Fri 29 May at The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture. Following a debut in October 2014, Lighthouse Late will once again take over the building's five floors, blending together music…
The Lighthouse Late – Fri 24 Oct27 Oct 2014
Line-up included Ella The Bird, James Yorkston, art collective METASITU and Stuart Murdoch
Glasgow boasts many glorious buildings. Yet hidden down a lane off Buchanan Street sits one of its best kept architectural secrets. Now the secret is out as on Friday 24 October The Lighthouse, together with The List, presented a celebration of…
A guide to the top music events and gigs this autumn14 Oct 2014
Including The Pleasance Sessions, To Rococo Rot, Simple Things, Chvrches and Future Islands
The Pleasance Sessions The mini-festival continues with gorgeous Italo-synths and swooning, keening folk from Ubre Blanca and Two Wings (Thu 16 Oct), plus Glasgow’s excellent ‘proto-robo-folkers’ the Phantom Band and ambient vista-makers Remember…
Lighthouse Late lineup includes James Yorkston, Ella the Bird and Jonathan Barnbrook – Fri 24 Oct7 Oct 2014
Evening of live music and DJ sets, film screenings, talks, demonstrations and workshops
On Friday 24 October, The Lighthouse, Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture in Glasgow, will be transformed into a hub of creative activity for the first ever Lighthouse Late. The event celebrates design, music and cinema with a programme of…