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Seeing Things at GWL- Creative Sparks: Abbess of Crewe
25th April, 2019 at 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Seeing Things is a group that meet up to see art, performances and cultural events put on by women across Glasgow and beyond. We think it’s more fun to go to see things together, and we usually have a cup of tea or coffee afterwards. Our trips are always free. It would be great if you could come along!
What: Reading of the Drama Queens’ adaptation of Muriel Spark’s novel The Abbess of Crewe
When: Thursday 25th April, 5pm to 7:30pm
Where: Glasgow Women’s Library, 23 Landressy Street
Who: Gaby and Lily
Why should you join: This will be a world premiere! As always, it will also be a lovely opportunity to meet like-minded folks, to get to know GWL, and to see which creative masterpieces one of the many groups who are active within GWL have managed to produce. More about the event here.
As always, the hot drinks are on us and we can cover your travel expenses up to £5. Meet by the round table in the reading room at 5pm for a cup of something, Gaby and Lily will have their GWL badges on!
This trip is for women only* and is free to attend. Travel expenses up to £5 can be covered. Please email email@example.com or call the library on 0141 550 2267 to book your place. If you have booked a place and are no longer able to attend please let us know.
The full price for the event is £2, but please note that it will be *FREE* to attend if you’re going as Seeing Things participants.
Glasgow Women’s Library is wheelchair accessible, with lifts to the first floor and the Mezzanine Floor. We have accessible toilets and all the bathrooms are individual closed stalls and are gender neutral. Our larger Events Space is fitted with an induction loop. A portable induction loop is also available. For paid events free companion tickets are available.
Find more information on Accessibility at GWL or contact us and we will be very happy to offer assistance.
*All women-only events are inclusive of Trans, Intersex women, non-binary and gender fluid people.