Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University
Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA
Photo of Glasgow Caledonian University

Jump to times or comments

University exhibition space - Office 09.00-17.00 Bar 10.00-03.00 Gallery/exhibition space - 10.00-17.00

Events at this venue

There are 9 events at this location

Sorted by title / date & time

Calligraphy Workshop

Workshops and talks run by the Glasgow Scribes.

Sat 6 Jan 2018

£5 / 07538823723

Gothicised Italics

  • 10:00 – 13:00

Celtic Connections on Campus

Celtic Connections on Campus is back for our third year, hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in association with Celtic Music Radio. You are invited to GCU’s central Glasgow campus for five lunchtime concerts, which will showcase some of the brightest up-and-coming talent both in front of the mic and behind…

Mon 22 Jan 2018

Free / 0141 313 3000

Tue 23 Jan 2018

Free / 0141 313 3000

Wed 24 Jan 2018

Free / 0141 313 3000

…and 2 more dates until 26 Jan 2018

Come&Try Irish Sean-nós dancing with Aneta Dortová

Sean-nós dancing is a traditional form of Irish dance originating in Connemara. Typically performed solo, this style is unique with its low to the ground steps, relaxed upper body and improvisational character. Aneta Dortová’s dancing is a mixture of steps from various styles of percussive dance all based around…

Sat 20 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Come&Try Step Dance with Sophie Stephenson

Get in the groove and learn traditional strathspeys, jigs and reels with step dancer extraordinaire Sophie Stephenson accompanied by fiddler Jamie MacDonald. No experience necessary - just bring a bottle of water and if possible, but not compulsory, a pair of hard-soled soles for dancing!  Suitable for adults and…

Sat 20 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Come&Try Stepdance with Kae Sakurai

‘Come & Try’ Stepdancing with the experienced Kae Sakurai taking you through the basic jig steps and then exploring combinations to make your own.  Stepdancing is a traditional style of Scottish Dancing that is lively, energetic, healthy and good fun for all ages.  Usually danced in hard soled shoes, (but not…

Sat 27 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Sean Nós dancing for Beginners with Aneta Dortová

This is a follow-on workshop from yesterday’s Come&Try.  Sean-nós dancing is a traditional form of Irish dance originating in Connemara. Typically performed solo, this style is unique with its low to the ground steps, relaxed upper body and improvisational character. Aneta Dortová’s dancing is a mixture of steps from…

Sun 21 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Step Dance for Beginners with Sophie Stephenson

Following on from the Come&Try class, this workshop will delve further into the rhythmic world of percussive step dance. Learn traditional strathspey, jig and reel steps led by Sophie Stephenson with live tunes on the fiddle from Jamie MacDonald. Remember to bring a bottle of water and a pair of hard-soled soles if…

Sun 21 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Stepdance for All with Kae Sakurai and Sophie Stephenson

Join dancers Kae Sakurai and Sophie Stephenson to ‘lift your heels to the jigs and reels’! Whether you are trying step dance for the first time or have danced before and are looking to learn new steps and work on technique, this workshop is open to all ages and levels of ability. We encourage participants to make the…

Sun 28 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Stepdance Jigs & Slipjigs for Beginners with Kae Sakurai

For those of you who have a smattering of steps or who went to the morning workshop, come to Kae Sakurai’s workshop and build up more jig steps then explore slightly more complex of combinations of steps. You may even learn a whole tune from Kae’s repertoire to impress your friends.   Suitable for adults and children…

Sat 27 Jan 2018

£7 / 0141 313 3000

Post a comment