Monday, 13 October 2014

Rhymes From Home


For November's First Thursday event, we're very pleased to present an evening of songs and poems from many homes around the world, brought to Glasgow by those who've made a new home here.

Performances in the poetry of many languages will happen amidst Eduard Bersudsky's marvellous mechanical sculptures.

This event will begin after Sharmanka's regular 7pm show has concluded, so a little after 8.

Our thanks to BEMIS & Homecoming Scotland for their support of this event.

Do get in touch if you'd like to perform a song or a poem in your mother tongue or join our musicians.

Saturday, 11 October 2014

Dancing away!

Here are some shots of what Migrant Voice's ceilidh looked like! Shindiggery!

Photos by Karen Gordon Photography:

It was a pure joy to be there...

 Colin Maclennan of Thunder Dogs called traditional dances from many parts of the world.
On one could stant still!

Photos by Jean Pierre Saint-Martin Photography:

Friday, 3 October 2014


 As part of Multicultural Homecoming 2014, Migrant Voice is celebrating diversity, home and citizenship in Scotland.
Join us for a unique cultural experience and a fun-filled evening with music and traditional dances from Scotland and other parts of the world, including Romanian, Irish, Canadian, Polish, Middle Eastern and many other. Let’s come together to share our dances, music and food. Let’s learn and laugh. Everyone is welcome!

The event is free to attend, but everyone should bring a bottle (water, soft drink, wine, etc.). There will be some food but you are welcome to bring yourself a snack.
Places are limited. To book your place, email by October 5th.