Southside Fringe 10 -26 May 2013
For the last few years the Southside has held an annual Festival day in Queens Park in May, alongside a wee selection of smaller sister events. This has proved really popular with families but a group of artists/ musicians and writers felt that the wider and more diverse creative community of the Southside wasn't being tapped into and so this year they have teamed together to create the Southside Fringe.
This is a huge selection of different art and music events happening all around the Queens Park area (and wider abroad). It all looks great and includes walking tours, magic nights, book launches, film events, burlesque, circus performances, comedy and plays like Steaming about a group of woman coming together in Govanhill baths old steam room seeking a safe haven.
For the full round up check on southsidefringe.org.uk. It all kicks off this Friday coming so start planning, we're all in for a busy next few weeks. We'll post about some highlights over the next few days.
Labels: Southside festival events