Rally & Broad @ the Tron, Wednesday 25th June, 830 – 1030pm. The Tron theatre, Glasgow. Tickets £5, purchased on the door or via the Tron box office. All ticket holders will receive a complimentary glass of AnCnoc whisky!
June will see our last show at the Tron for this season (until our HUGE two day event for the Commonwealth Games on 29th and 30th of July!) and we have PACKED it in for you! Come come come and witness the wonders of…
Bram E. Gieben alias Texture is a writer, journalist and musician living in Glasgow. He is the co-curator of the Black Lantern Music label, and is currently working on his debut novel, a crime thriller set in Edinburgh. The Scotsman called him “likeably spiky,” while Three Weeks described him as a “literary outsider… channelling the fractured energy of Generation Y.
We are extremely excited to have Rosie Kane at Rally & Broad! Rosie is a Scottish Socialist Party politician, and a former MSP for the Glasgow region. Since 2012, she has been involved in the Women for Independence, and describes herself as ‘raconteur and giver of giggle and song, feminist, socialist, republican.’
If we bottle her and sell to her you all, we would. Paris, Texas-born, globe wandering, soul singing, troubadour inspiration Lake Montgomery is a Rally & Broad favourite, and we are thrilled to be bringing her to Glasgow with us. Come marvel.
Bodies Upon The Gears!
In a totalitarian, mechanised society where creativity is regulated, a group of self-proclaimed artists fight the strict government prohibition on the sharing of intellectual property by secretly holding masked meetings in an old speakeasy bar to share their ideas and talents. The arrival of a new group member causes friction, as she forces them to acknowledge the reality of a compassionless society, and the need for radical individual empowerment in the face of oppressive authority.
Bodies Upon the Gears are a creative duo who want to passionately and compassionately fight to reform the culture we live in, and will be performing an excerpt from their new show.
…and Graeme Macrae Burnet!
Graeme Macrae Burnet was born and brought up in Kilmarnock and now lives in Glasgow. He studied at Glasgow University before spending some years teaching in the Czech Republic, France, Portugal and London. He then took an M.Litt at St Andrews University and fell into a series of jobs researching television documentaries. In 2010, he released a critically acclaimed album with his gothic country band, The Dirt; and in 2012, won a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award. His first novel, The Disappearance of Adèle Bedeau will be published by Saraband in July. He is currently working on a second book about a notorious murder case in 1860’s Wester Ross.