Dracula @The Art School
4/12/17-6/12/17- 7pm- £8.80 general admission/ £7.50 students.
Adapted from Bram Stoker’s hugely influential 1897 novel, Liz Lochhead’s stage version of Dracula marries Stoker’s fantastic imagery with modern questions about the battle between faith and reason, sanity and madness, gender roles and women’s sexuality. Examining the relationship of women to the vampire legend, and what this means in terms of women’s relationship with men in general is certainly still relevant in 2017.
The Glasgow Vegan Christmas Festival @ The Briggait
9/12/17- 10am-5pm- £2.56 online ( £3 at the door)- Free for under 16’s
Promising a delicious blend of carol singing, mulled wine and Yuletide spirit, Vegan Connections invites you to shake off those winter coats and enjoy the festivities with a vegan twist.
Kodaline @02 Academy Glasgow
9/12/17- 7pm- £31-£54
The Irish quartet, Kodaline come bearing fresh material – the first since their UK gold album, Coming Up For Air in the form of their latest single, ‘Brother’ as they perform a string of dates this December.