• 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

Civic House Kitchen – Fun Day

26 Oct, 12:00 – 18:00

Join Civic House Kitchen on Saturday 26th October for a day of food, drinks and live music fresh from the Civic House canteen. LIVE PERFORMANCES FROM: LADY NEPTUNE & RATTY BYE BYE DJ’ING FROM SGAIRE WOOD Free and open to all! Civic House Kitchen are open from 12noon – 6pm.

WERX @ Civic House

5 Oct, 21:30 – Late

Introducing WERX, a collaboration between Vogue Scotland X SQIFF and Glasgow’s own club night by and for the ballroom scene and pals.   LINEUP: Local DJs tba SARRA WILD X JAY JAY REVLON B2B This night is open to folx from all backgrounds, experiences, sexualities, and identities and celebrates and prioritises the QTIPOC community. There will be limited […]

School of the Damned – All vibrating fur

27 Sep – 22 Sep

“Will we be able to fit through the doorway?” voices yell (in near unison). A vibrating mass of fur, sap and gum, knotted and intertwined pushes through, pulsing down the path. The rat king: a cursed support group. Makes a nest, bloats and swells – hopes the sky stays grey. Let’s have a rest. ~ […]

Civic House Kitchen – Fun Day

28 Sep, 12:00 – 18:00

Join Civic House Kitchen on Saturday 28th September for a day of food, drinks and live music fresh from the Civic House canteen. With live music from: Lugas Europ Mercuro Chrome Free and open to all! Civic House Kitchen are open from 12noon – 6pm.

RSA Architecture Forum 2019 – Our Place on Earth

10 Sep, 19:00

This year’s Royal Scottish Academy Architecture Forum will challenge the popular idea that ‘people make places’ by demonstrating that our ‘place on earth’ remains a powerful and omnipresent force that fundamentally affects our person, our national character, our culture and therefore our art and architecture. We invite you to a dialogue with three critical thinkers, […]

Scottish Greens – New Deal launch event

29 Aug – 29 Aug, 12:30

“Our economic system is broken. We have had a decade of wage stagnation, rising inequality and poverty. Work is no longer a guarantee of security and being able to meet basic needs. At the same time, the reliance of our economy on fossil fuels is driving the breakdown of our climate.” The Scottish Greens are […]

Windsor Terrace Dining Club at Civic House Kitchen

15 Aug, 19:00 – Late

A pop up by Windsor Terrace Dining Club at Civic House Kitchen. Food for sharing, communal dining, bring your own bottle!  A small menu with dishes costing no more than £5 each. All 100% plant based. Reservations only – email [email protected] Find us on Instagram @wtdiningclub  Photo credit: Olly Geary

Negative Space = Gesture % Comfort # Bamya + Overwhelmed

26 Jul – 26 Jul

FURTHER MEASURES GIG #1 NEGATIVE SPACE (london) dark post punk with driven rhythm section and lyrics critiquing the status quo. why would you want to live in a house for the rest of your life? https://spacenegative.bandcamp.com/album/cruelty GESTURE (berlin) anarcho nihilist sound from germany’s capital. the government doesn’t care about you. https://austerityrealm.bandcamp.com/album/demo COMFORT blown out drum […]

Fun Day by Civic House Kitchen – part of Glasgow Canal Festival

20 Jul – 20 Jul

Join Civic House Kitchen for a day of food, drinks, caricatures and live music fresh from the Civic House canteen. Free and open to all! This event is part of the jam-packed Glasgow Canal Festival which hosts arts, heritage, environmental and watersports activities, performances, competitions, live music, fun and sun. The festival is FREE to […]

WORK – a site-specific performance at Civic House by Sinéad Hargan and Anya Bowcott

6 Jun – 7 Jun

Recent graduates Sinéad Hargan and Anya Bowcott have  been thinking about life after graduation, their current jobs in the service industry, impending funding applications, looming rejections and their fears of the future. They’re surrounded by work, they’re worried about work, all they talk about is work, they’re trying to make a piece of work …so this show […]

‘Making Cultural Infrastructure – Backstage Production’ by Theatrum Mundi

7 Jun – 23 Jun

This exhibition will document the ‘urban backstage’ – the often-invisible spaces in which culture is produced before it meets the public eye. Focusing on the neighbourhood of Elephant and Castle in south London, it offers a window into rehearsal rooms, food production, makers studios and creative workspaces, asking what it is that makes these places […]

TEST UNIT 2019: KEYNOTE LECTURE – RICHARD SENNETT

13 Jun, 18:30 – 20:30

Over the course of the last five decades, Richard Sennett has written about civic life in cities, social theory and the history of labour. His books include Families Against the City, The Hidden Injuries of Class, The Fall of Public Man, Authority, The Corrosion of Character, Respect, The Culture of the New Capitalism, Together, The Craftsman, and […]