Strathclyde University : 24-27 November
This week Strathclyde University is hosting a Love Music Hate Racism "week of action".
An exciting mix of local talent and rising stars are set to perform in Strathclyde to show Scotland’s solidarity in opposing racism.
The NASUWT has teamed up with Strathclyde Student Association, Love Music Hate Racism and the Scottish TUC to stage the gig that will raise awareness of Love Music Hate Racism and the STUC St Andrew’s Day Anti Racism march.
Highlights are a short-film festival, a debate on music and racism and a gig to round things off.
Short Film Festival on Tuesday 24th - Films will include ‘Who Shot the Sheriff ?’ and ‘Islamophobia’ by Show Racism the Red Card and some films by Camcorder Guerillas.
The Debate will take place on Thursday the 26th of Nov.
The gig on Friday (Nov 27) promises to be a cracker. We have London grime artist Bashy making his first Glasgow appearance, alongside Edinburgh rappers NorthernXposure. Taking up the slack will be The Jaks and The ID Parade, two of Glasgow's best rock bands, and we'll doubtless have a DJ or two filling in the gaps.
Tickets are priced £3-£5 and available from www.strathstudents.com.
Students and non students are all welcome to what promises to be a memorable night for those wanting to send a clear message that racism will not be tolerated in Scotland as well as the best night out anywhere for a fiver.