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Archive for September, 2012

Platform 18 Award “Call Out for Submissions”

Platform 18 funds emergent stage directors to develop and stage a new piece of work at The Arches, Glasgow. The Award offers two performance makers at the early stages of their career the resources to develop their artistic practice and showcase their work as part of the The Arches’ Behaviour Festival programme and at the […]

Marc Brew – Triple Bill tour gets underway

) Our autumn 2012 tour got off to a flying start at the Southbank Centre with the World Premiere of Fusional Fragments on the 31st of August. Queen Elizabeth Hall was packed for our double bill with the British Paraorchestra and there was a phenomenal response from the audience. We had some great reviews in The […]

Able Radio

Barrhead based Radio DJ Michael McEwan, 28,  is the spokesperson for Scottish disability issues on Able Radio. After a two week summer break, his show on every Sunday from 5-6pm, and he invites disability organisations to contact him with events and information which he broadcasts weekly on this time slot at www.ableradio.com Able Radio seeks […]

Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education 2012

Do you know someone doing fantastic work in the visual arts and learning? There’s still time to nominate them Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education 2012 In November 2012 engage and the Marsh Christian Trust will present the second year of this award to celebrate the achievements of those working in learning and education […]

LOCAL CHARITY RESSURECTS POPULAR TV TALENT SHOW

A delightful time was had by all when a local learning disability charity recreated the popular 90’s TV talent show ‘Stars in their eyes’. For one night only, hundreds of people flocked to Glasgow’s famous ‘Grand Ole Opry’ to be entertained by a group of talented individuals who transformed into their favourite celebrity singing act. […]

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