Thomas Muir, one of Scotland's many principled radicals, one of those severally dealt with by the authorities he challenged, is being celebrated in a festival at the end of October until the end of November. Well worth marking your diary.
Thomas Muir Festival 2019.
Whats on / All EventsEvents and times may change, please check website and/or our facebook prior to attending an event, to make sure times & details are up to dateThomas Muir Symposium: Tuesday 22nd. October.‘Commemorating Thomas Muir:Past, Present and Future’Drawing on speakers from Scotlands’ academic community, secondary school pupils and members of local history societies. Afternoon includes talks and musicWhere: St Ninians High, KirkintillochTime: 12.45pm to 4.30pmFree: Booking required -email address: email@example.com
University of Glasgow Thomas Muir Lecture. Thursday 31st. Octoberon Democracy and Civil SocietyInaugural Lecture: Professor Sir T.M. Devine, 'Unyielding Power: Foundations of Elite Supremacy in Eighteenth Century Scotland'Where: Kelvin Hall, GlasgowTime: 6pm Free (Booking essential)
2019 East Dunbartonshire SchoolsArt Competition & Exhibition, 16th.-24th. November.Finalist Exhibition: Art work short listed and selected by a panel of judges. Over all winning pupil and school will be announced.Ages: P1 to S6Where: Thomas Muir Coffee Shop, Bishopbriggs, G64 1RPTime: 9.30am to 4pm (Mon - Sat) Free (Drop in)
Michelle McManus& The Flaming Blackhearts in Concert. Friday 29th. November.Unique, intimate venue with superb acousticsSupport: Jo MangoWhere: Cadder Church, Bishopbriggs G64 3JJTime: 7:00pm for 7.30pm to 10.15pmPrice: £14 + booking fee