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January 14, 2016 at Glasgow University Politics Society in Glasgow.

Another year ends another semester begins and what better way to start it than by touring Glasgow‘s subway system enjoying a drink or 8.

Yes it’s the legendary GUPS refreshers subcrawl packed with fun, games and copious amounts of alcohol. Meeting in Champs in the QMU at 5.30pm the plan goes as follows:

1. Hillhead Station – Meet at QMU Champions Bar at 5.30pm SHARP. Our first drink will be a pint of Tennents while we sort out tickets/membership cards.

2. Kelvinhall – The Dolphin – Gin.

3. Govan – Brechin Bar – Strawberry Tequila

4.Cessnock – Kensington -Double Vodka Mix

5.Kinning Park – Grapes – Rum and Coke

6. Bridge Street – The Laurieston – Wine.

7. KelvinBridge – Bank street bar – woo woo.

8. Round in typical Polsoc style to Hive

We’ve got loads of fun and games planned throughout the night and the chance to get your hands on some FREE drinks!! It’s £1 to join without membership, or free for members.

Politics student or not everyone is welcome so GET YOURSELF ALONG

Address: John McIntyre Building, University Avenue, Glasgow

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Glasgow: Joan Shelley with Nathan Salsburg

March 05, 2016 at The Glad Cafe in Glasgow.

Louisville songwriter Joan Shelley will tour the UK and Europe this spring in support of her 3rd LP Over and Even. Shelley recorded the album over a weekend last winter in her home state of Kentucky with help from Rachel Grimes, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and guitarist Nathan Salsburg. Salsburg will accompany Shelley at all shows on this tour, where they will perform as a duo. Over and Even was given 4 stars in Rolling Stone magazine, which called it “a masterfully turned set of folk reflections.” It was one of NPR Music’s top albums of 2015 and has been recognized by the BBC’s Gideon Coe, Ricky Ross and the BBC 2 Folk Show. Uncut Magazine called the album “profound” in their 9/10 review upon it’s release in September, stating that Shelley is a “major talent”, while Martin Chilton wrote in The Telegraph: “Joan Shelley has a rich voice that ebbs and flows, and brings out the deftest emotions of her strikingly well-written songs… the result is terrific”Watch: Joan Shelley perform “Jenny Come In” at The Bomhard Theater in Louisville, Kentucky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1sVwsB8qS4

Address: The Glad Cafe, 1006a Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands, Glasgow
Joan Shelley with Nathan Salsburg

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Glasgow: Guitar LaB Concert

January 19, 2016 at La Bodega Tapas Bar in Glasgow.

Join us for the second of the Guitar LaB Concerts at La Bodega featuring Phil Robson. This will be another brilliant night with an internatonally renowned guitarist – so don’t miss it. £8 on the door
“An informal Evening of Jazz Guitar in a friendly atmosphere with players being invited to play with the Pro House Rhythm Section.
Each concert features a natonally know jaz guitarist as a specil Guest. This month featuring UK born Phil Robson (now resident in New York) who is internationally regarded as a highly versatile and creative guitarist who appears in all kinds of diverse settings.
Winner of the Jazz CD of the year in the 2015 Parliamentry Jazz Awards for Partisans – “Swamp”
Winner of the Best Jazz Musician of the year in 2009 – Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

Address: 1120 South Street, Glasgow
Guitar LaB Concert

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Glasgow: Foodbank & Wash Bag Donation Point

January 18, 2016 at Queen Margaret Union in Glasgow.

QMU Campaigns & Charities Committee and GU Red Alert Society are teaming up to hold a Foodbank & Wash Bag Donation Point. This will be held in Food Factory (QMU, 2nd floor) between Mon 18th Jan and Fri 22nd Jan.
GU Red Alert Society are requesting hygeine products, especially sanitary products. They will be donated to the Simon Community in Govanhill.
QMU Campaigns & Charities Committe are asking for food items which will be donated to Maryhill Foodbank. Suggested items from the Maryhill Foodbank website are:
Tins: meat, fish, soup,vegetables, fruit, baked beans, meat pies, rice puddings, spaghetti.
Jars: jam, curry sauce, pasta sauce, sandwich spread, baby food.
Packets: pasta, rice, sugar, cereals, oatmeal, biscuits, noodles.
Beverages: tea, coffee, long life milk, fruit juice, bottled juice.

Address: 22 University Gardens, Glasgow
Foodbank & Wash Bag Donation Point

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Glasgow: Seaside Sons @ March of The Mods Weekender

March 05, 2016 at O2 ABC Glasgow in Glasgow.


Ewan Eadie presents:
March of the Mods 2016
in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust
The Underground Jam
The Signatures
Cut Throat Razors
The Scandals
The Laynes
The Turkey Nuts
Saturday 5th March 2016


Berry Tweed & The Chasers
Combat Rock
The Monitors
Seaside Sons
Cherry Reds
Sunday 6th March 2016

O2 ABC2 Glasgow
#O2Priority pre-sale: Wednesday 25th November at Noon
General on-sale: Friday 27th November at Noon

Address: 300 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
Seaside Sons @ March of The Mods Weekender

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Glasgow: Peter Andre Come Swing With Me Tour 2016

March 05, 2016 at Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow.

The tour will see Peter Andre backed by his live band that can effortlessly mash-up swing with fresh versions of his older hits and other pop classic. It’s a show that promises to bring the authentic swingin’ sounds of the Rat Pack classics that feature on Come Fly With Me to life, from the rhythmic diction of Peter’s vocals through to live percussion and a full brass section.

It’s been twenty years since Peter Andre was first catapulted into the public consciousness with his global hit Mysterious Girl. It’s been a remarkable journey: three chart-topping #1 singles; a further seven Top 10 hits; and Platinum, Gold and Silver certifications for seven of his albums to date.

A1 Depot – Wellesley Road
Leven Shorehead
Kennoway Shops
Glenrothes Bus Station
Kirkcaldy Bus Station

Peter Andre Come Swing With Me Tour 2016

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January 25, 2016 at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Strathclyde Suite) in Glasgow.

Celtic Connections Festival 2016

Tickets: http://tinyurl.com/jo6as2c

Singer-songwriter Kimmie Rhodes is a native Texan who calls Austin home. Kimmie’s multi-platinum selling songs have been recorded by such stellar acts as Willie Nelson, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, Amy Grant, CeCe Winans, Joe Ely, John Farnham, Waylon Jennings, Peter Frampton, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris. A creative and prolific artist, she has recorded and released a total of sixteen solo CDs, written and produced three musical plays and a catalogue of hundreds of songs, and published a novella/cookbook. Kimmie is currently serving as an associate producer for a documentary, ‘They Called Us Outlaws’ to be presented by the Country Music Hall Of Fame In Nashville, TN., a trilogy of feature length films to be dedicated in memory of Joe Gracey and Waylon Jennings, produced and directed by Eric Geadelman. Kimmie is producing radio documentary/music programming for her show ‘Radio Dreams’, which focuses on the history and musicology of American roots music and artists. She is also starring with Jaston Williams and Joe Ely in a thearical production, ‘Is There Life After Lubbock’ and completing a book of memoirs, ‘Radio Dreams.’ 


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Glasgow: Pressure February : Skream, Scuba, Slam, Marcel Fengler, Boris & Laura Jones

February 26, 2016 at SWG3 in Glasgow.

RA: http://bit.ly/PressureFeb2016
TS: http://tickets-scotland.com/slame

Upstairs – Warehouse
Skream, Scuba
Ground Floor – TV Studio
Slam, Marcel Fengler, Boris
Ground Floor – Poetry Club
Laura Jones

Slam start 2016 as they mean to go on. It’s their Soma label’s 25th anniversary year and what better way to begin the new year than with another sold-out Pressure party in January. February looks certain to follow suit as Orde and Stuart invite Berghain / Panorama Bar residents Marcel Fengler and Boris to join them in the Techno bastion that the new main room has quickly become….with Skream & Scuba sharing the hpnours in the upstairs warhouse & Laura Jones taking over the intimate Poetry Club.

Marcel Fengler
Techno according to Marcel Fengler has nothing to do with being a go-getter or having an alternative career, it is way more than means to an end: it is his definitive and concentrated passion. In Marcel Fengler´s world, opposites attract. Ambient and electronica are equal parts in his sets that owe as much to the UK´s progressive school of relentless techno as they do to that special ´Berghain sound´.

Few artists have seen club culture evolve the way Boris has. The German DJ got his start dancing to Hi-NRG in early ’80s West Berlin, more than a decade before house and techno transformed the city’s nightlife. In the ’80s he lived in New York and got his house and disco education at The Paradise Garage and David Mancuso’s Loft. He returned to Berlin in the early ’90s, just as the city’s techno scene was exploding. Today, all of these experiences inform his sets at Berghain, where he’s been a resident since day one. A techno specialist at the controls.

Ollie ‘Skream’ Jones is on a major roll. The 29 year old Croydon DJ, producer and original dubstepper has seen his career explode even further since taking inspiration from his friend and associate Jackmaster and others leading him to veer away from the genre he helped to create to play more House & Techno & even some Disco. He has become a firm favourite in Glasgow and much further afield.

Since 2003, Paul Rose – better known to the world as techno maverick Scuba – and his Hotflush imprint have shaped the direction of the electronic scene’s bass-heavy landscape more than most. Starting with the underground garage sound that became dubstep, and gradually teasing its dark, bass-heavy sonics through abstract electronica, jacking house and cavernous techno, they are the underground tastemakers behind era-defining club smashes like Joy Orbison’s ‘Hyph Myngo’ and 2013’s ‘Untitled’, the ubiquitous piano house banger by Paul Woolford. They also launched the careers of innovators as diverse as Mount Kimbie, George FitzGerald, and Sepalcure.
As a DJ and producer, meanwhile, Rose’s personal achievements have seen him ascend to rank among the UK’s electronic luminaries. He has released three artist albums, spun a mix for the esteemed DJ Kicks series, run a night at Berghain, and won a DJ Mag Best Live Act award. A musical contrarian, Scuba has deliberately pushed against dance music currents, changing course when it suits him.

Laura Jones
Amidst an endless army of DJs, Laura Jones´s light shines bright through the underground. On first glance perhaps it´s her trademark orange sunglasses and presence that can beam a smile from behind a turntable to the other side of a festival. Or the fact that her first forays into production steam rollered her into the spotlight. The house and techno starlet strode into our lives in 2011 with Love IN Me, a summer anthem that filled her diary for the year almost overnight. But Laura´s story didn´t just begin with a big track and an eye condition that requires her to wear the glasses that protect her vision. It began at an early age spending every penny collecting music. Buying vinyl like her life depended on it after discovering underground music on an Ibizan dancefloor. Bucking the trend of one hit wonder producers lacking the DJing skills to maintain their success on the world stage, she´s earning a reputation as a DJ´s DJ.

Address: 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow
Pressure February : Skream, Scuba, Slam, Marcel Fengler, Boris & Laura Jones

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Glasgow: BACD Glasgow regional meeting: Principles for Smile Design

January 28, 2016 at Abode Glasgow in Glasgow.

As dentists working in the aesthetic zone, we are taught that we have to be both scientists and artists. The quest for the “perfect but natural smile” is demanded of us by both our patients and our profession.

It all starts with the diagnostic appointment. We need to understand our patients, and be able to communicate the possibilities effectively to set appropriate expectations and to have them say ‘yes’ to treatment. We also need first analyse and then diagnose comprehensively including all the biological, occlusal and aesthetic considerations. This may includes Involving our dental technicians and other specialists early in the diagnostic process.

Dr Elaine Halleywill share with you her understanding of how we can integrate smile design analysis with enhanced treatment planning and use it to better understand our patients. Combining this under-standing with the latest digital diagnostic technology including DSD, aids treatment planning and ultimately the delivery of consistent results. From digital photography, and video analysis through patient communication to a custom wax-up and smile design.


Understanding the step-by-step digital process to consistently treatment plan comprehensively starting from a facial perspective and including smile design
Tools for patient communication and presentation to aid case acceptance – including the workflow for dentist/treatment co-ordinators
Utilisation of digital tools for enhanced laboratory communication, patient communication and how to deliver predictable clinical results

Elaine Halley
Dr. Elaine Halley graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1992 and achieved her member-ship of the Royal College of General Dental Practitioners in 1995. She is a past president of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is accredited by the Academy.

She has a Masters of Science degree in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry with distinction from the University of Manchester. She is a member of the master group of DSD dentists accredited by Christian Coachman and is an official DSD instructor. She is also an Opinion Leader for Ivoclar Vivadent and lectures throughout the UK, Europe and the States. She is a judge for the Scottish Den-tal Awards and serves on the Editorial board for Private Dentistry and Aesthetic Dentistry. She has authored numerous articles on clinical dentistry and the business of dentistry.

Elaine has private practices in Perth and Edinburgh. Cherrybank Dental Spa have won numerous awards including Outstanding Customer Service in the Chamber of Commerce Awards, Best Mar-keting in the Private Dental Awards, Best Employer and Outstanding Individual for Elaine in the Scottish Dental Awards. Both practices have been awarded the Good Practice Standard from the British Dental Association and

Address: 129 Bath Street, Glasgow
BACD Glasgow regional meeting: Principles for Smile Design

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Glasgow: Get the Funk out of those January Blues!

January 16, 2016 at Cottiers in Glasgow.

Our first gig of 2016 in the gorgeous Cottiers Theatre.

Thanks to PM Music we’ll be bringing some much needed disco/funk, glitter and colour to this beautiful venue. HELL YES! We’ll snap you right out of those January blues!

Supporting eight-piece groove band Charlotte Marshall and the 45s – SO not to be missed.
Also on the bill : The Circus Ship

Tickets are £8 from us £12 on the door so get them early.

Order your tickets via the link above, you’ll receive a confirmation email and your tickets will be safe to collect at the door on the night.

NOTE : Big Cartel may ask you for a delivery address, don’t mind this – your tickets do not need to be delivered to you, they will be behind the bar at Cottiers on the night!

Address: 93/95 Hyndland Street, Glasgow
Get the Funk out of those January Blues!

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