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CANCELLED DocKlub Glasgow

We regret that this event has been cancelled.

Established in Edinburgh in 2015, DocKlub has hosted over 50 filmmakers screening their works-in-progress. These have included directors from around Scotland, presenting in person, as well as Skype sessions with filmmakers from New York, LA , Paris and Rome.

Whether you have a micro-short or feature doc, exploratory pitch or fine cut, you can come to DocKlub and find a sympathetic test audience ready for critical discussion.

In 2016, DocKlub launched DOCMA , a collaborative filmmaking model which results in a new short film being made by DocKlub members each month.

DocKlub meets monthly at CCA except December. If you have work-in-progress you’d like to share, get in touch:


Thu 9 Apr


CANCELLED Gypsy Music Ensemble Workshop

We regret that this event has been cancelled.

Learn Gypsy music and join our ensemble, led by the best Roma musicians.

Ando Glaso invites you to join a mixed instrument group, to learn and play Gypsy music. The group will be led by some of the best authentic Roma musicians in Scotland, from the Romanian, Slovakian, Polish, Hungarian, etc Roma communities.

You will learn a wide variety of styles and develop a strong repertoire as part of an ensemble. This is a unique opportunity to experience and learn about this colourful genre and take part in the development of a new exciting orchestra.

We invite confident players on any instruments to join. If you are unsure of the level of playing required or your instrument, please contact

Tue 7 Apr


CANCELLED Jennifer Wicks Extended Compositions

We regret that this event has been cancelled.

Moving image that sits somewhere between drawing, animation and film; made using techniques including punching and drawing directly onto 16mm film stock serves as a site for exploring the visualisation of rhythm, acoustic phenomena, temporality and the interplay, expansion and disposition of sound, space and time.

The films are interpreted live as musical compositions: rhythmic dialogues composed and directed by Wicks and performed by double bass BBC Scottish Symphony musician Jeremy Ward. The piece is further developed through a process of repeatedly recording and playing back audio to create a continuous circular movement until the human performance disappears and is replaced or dominated by environmental music. Repeated recording and replaying in an enclosed space (the CCA theatre) enables Wicks to manipulate the sound using the space as another instrument until what remains is the moving image and the resonance left behind from the double bass.

The work investigates the layered and complex liminal space that occurs between film and sound and how the synchronization of sound and image evolves and changes to alter perceptions of time and memory. Over time the audience witnesses sound as a physical, material, and spatial experience until the sound dissolves into the space.

Over the course of the installation the sound will metamorphosis from the immaterial and invisible to the physical and object-like, generating a more tangible experience of space. And because sound is characteristically temporal it forces the viewer to actively listen, observe and experience the layering, synchronicity and chance outcomes that occur within the space and the intersections between sound, image and sculpture.

Fri 10 Apr


CANCELLED Seeds of Thought Drawing Sessions

We regret that this event has been cancelled.

Seeds of Thought drawing sessions are relaxed, informal and open to all - beginners and experienced alike.

Facilitated by artist/graphic designer Tarneem Al Mousawi, this is an opportunity to take a break from your day to sketch, doodle, discuss and get some new ideas and inspiration for your drawing.

Just bring yourself, a sketchbook and pencil.


Tue 7 Apr


CANCELLED Small Trans Library Writing Group for Trans & Nonbinary People

This event is now cancelled.

Join a writing group that aims to help trans, gender-non-conforming (GNC ), non-binary, genderfluid or questioning people think and talk about writing in a guided but co-operative way.

This workshop series will involve writing experiments, explanations of editing techniques and a discussion about trans narratives, writing under capitalism, and the hypocrisies at play in mainstream publishing systems that simultaneously tokenize and prohibit trans voices.

While the group is led by Rosa-Francis Jones, it is also intended that the group changes and grows as per the needs of attendees.

Wed 8 Apr


Counterflows Social

We've created Counterflows Socials as a place to chill out while we take a bit of break from the live music programme. Come hang out!

Counterflows Family DJs will be on the decks…


Sat 4 Apr
Saramago Terrace Bar


POSTPONED The Fallen Angels Club Siobhan Miller

This event has been postponed. A new date will be announced shortly.

One of Scotland’s foremost singers, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent, renowned for her unique vocal style paired with her evocative song-writing. Miller creates music with detail and rich melodies that combine the sounds of indie and alternative music with sounds from her roots in folk music.

Growing up in a musical family, she was immersed in traditional song and learned from many of Scotland’s finest source singers in her early years as a performer. Miller won the 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for Best Traditional Track, whilst also nominated for Folk Singer of the Year, and is the only ever three-time winner of Scots Singer of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards.

Her three solo albums have received widespread critical acclaim, whilst her hotly anticipated fourth release is due in Spring 2019. Mercury (2018) is Miller’s first album of entirely original material, and was recorded in Glasgow with many of her frequent collaborators, including producer Euan Burton. It also features songs co-written with Lau’s Kris Drever and Admiral Fallow frontman Louis Abbott. Flight of Time (2015) and Strata (2017), were both nominated for Album of the Year at the Scots Trad Awards, highlighting her extensive range through traditional, contemporary and self-penned material, as well as her “delicate, nourishing vocals and lyrically rich compositions” (The List).

Miller releases her fourth album in spring 2020 - following three critically acclaimed solo releases - touring with Innes White (guitar/mandolin), Charlie Stewart (fiddle) and Euan Burton (double bass).

Thu 9 Apr

Prices to be confirmed


£15 £1 booking fee (£13.50)

Still House Plants: Take

Still House Plants will inhabit the Intermedia space over three days of Counterflows, creating a space for listening.

Stems, edits, quips, skits, copies, skips, steadies, demos, mixes, loops, songs, takes, spits and sounds get played out in a room, retaining, relenting and bouncing around the room. An extension of making-through-playing, samples will trip from the speakers in order to bring about a new way of hearing. Different tools for us to use and a long-form way for you to hear.

Sat 4 Apr


Part of Counterflows.

Sun 5 Apr


Part of Counterflows.


CCA is a direct descendant of the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow's avant-garde headquarters in the 70s and 80s. CCA commissions and presents new work by Scottish artists, as well as showing work by major international figures. A broad attitude to programming means that you'll also find dance performances, concerts, kids' acting workshops and a general emphasis on openness and inclusivity. Saramago café bar offers beers, wines, snacks and light meals.

Note: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, CCA is closed to the public from Wed 18 March–at least Sun 18 April.

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