• Toby Paterson exhibition ‘Penumbralism'
  • Civic House exterior
  • Glasgow Short Film Festival 2018
  • Test Unit 2018
  • Glasgow Short Film Festival 2018
  • Test Unit Symposium 2018
  • Phoenix Nursery, Test Unit 2018
  • Test Unit 2018
  • Phoenix Nursery, Test Unit 2018

After School Club: Valentines with Subcity

15 Feb, 00:19 – Late

Get all hot and steamy with Subcity Radio as we take over Civic House’s After School Club for the sexiest Saturday of the year… A delicious £5 dinner is being served from 7pm for you to impress your dates (and your mates) as we tease you with the succulent sounds of our first DJ. Then […]

Saturday School – February ’20 Edition

15 Feb, 13:00 – Late

Saturday School is a day of creative workshops. Every month, we will fill the spaces of Civic House with workshops led by practitioners working across art, design and sustainability. Our aim is to create a stimulating environment for testing new ideas, learning through making and sharing skills and knowledge. Spend the day developing a new […]

Femspectives 2020

20 Feb – 23 Feb

Femspectives is a film series and festival in Glasgow. It provides a platform for feminist storytelling and safe spaces for conversations about feminisms, social issues, and politics. To find out more, check out our Mission Statement, our Equalities & Diversity Policy and our Safe Space Policy. Find out about our regular events here. The first Femspectives film festival was held from […]

29 Feb

A People’s Humanifesto for Glasgow

29 Feb, 13:00 – 15:00

The Humanifesto is not a policy document. It is a way of being in the City, putting collaboration, solidarity and mutual support at the centre of how we work. It is a headline, a platform, a political challenge. The City is our space – neo-liberalism is our shared enemy – assembly and education is our […]

Listening to the Anthropocene

6 Feb, 18:00 – 20:00

Creative Carbon Scotland is pleased to invite you to the next in our series of Green Tease events, organised in collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. This event will use perspectives from music and sound to interrogate the idea of the ‘Anthropocene’ – the postulated new geological epoch characterised by human-caused impacts on the […]

7 Mar

Health in the Hostile Environment – Training Day with Docs not Cops

7 Mar, 10:00 – 17:00

Docs Not Cops is a campaign group of NHS professionals and patients fighting to protect access to healthcare and resist the hostile environment within the NHS. Docs Not Cops Glasgow are organising a free training day to help educate health care workers from across all disciplines on the negative impacts of the hostile environment and […]

Afro-Celtic Music and Dance Night

17 Jan, 08:30 – Late

Chief Chebe and SCTSG present an African dimension to Celtic Connection 2020: A special African Scottish and global music and dance night at the Civic House with entertainment and chopalicious selections of tasty African snacks and hot traditional Scottish food. A joyous and memorable winter’s night of music and dance to remember! Our Celtic Connections […]

Saturday School – January ’20 Edition

18 Jan, 13:00 – Late

Saturday School is a day of creative workshops. Every month, we will fill the spaces of Civic House with workshops led by practitioners working across art, design and sustainability. Our aim is to create a stimulating environment for testing new ideas, learning through making and sharing skills and knowledge. Spend the day developing a new […]

Time and Time Again

29 Nov, 18:00 – 20:00

A collaboration between LUX Scotland, Cinenova and Glasgow Women’s Library with support from the Hope Scott Trust. As racist, xenophobic sentiment proliferates in mainstream dialogue around Brexit and the question of migrant labour in general in the U.K., this screening will focus on the role of collective filmmaking as a tool of resistance to the […]

Intrusive Thought EP Launch

30 Nov, 19:00 – 23:00

Yer da’s favourite punks are at long last releasing material in the hope that people will eventually stop coming to see us and we can pack it in all together. Really though, we bless our cotton socks (full length stockings if you’re Ramsay) every day that yous all enjoy watching & listening to us, and […]

A Place for the Work and the Human Being – Panel Discussion led by Tom Jeffreys

5 Dec, 18:00 – 20:00

The Common Guild presents ‘A Place for the Work and the Human Being’ Panel discussion led by Tom Jeffreys with Katrina Brown, Ruth Ewan, Colm Guo-Lin Peare and Ed Hollis with a dinner served by Civic House Kitchen. ‘A Place for the Work and the Human Being’ concludes with the tenth and final event in […]

Disco Ceilidh with Civic House Kitchen

7 Dec, 20:00 – Late

Disco Ceilidh from Resident band BANANA OIL and djing from local DJ JUNGLEHUSSI £5 on the door ! But no one turned away for lack of funds