What's On Glasgow

Feature by Anna Battista | 12 Nov 2006

Organic Food Festival, Old Fruitmarket and Metropolitan College, Nov 4-5, www.soilassociationscotland.org
The first national Organic Food Festival for Scotland presents the best in organic health, beauty and textile products with plenty of organic food and drink, plus some fair trade products.

Glasgow Fireworks, Glasgow Green, Nov 5, www.glasgow.gov.uk
Your chance to remember Nov 5 in great style. DJs from Radio Clyde 1 will kick off the action at 6.30pm, while the Lord Provost will launch the pyrotechnic countdown an hour later.

Italian Film Festival, Glasgow Film Theatre, Nov 17-26, www.gft.org.uk
The 13th Italian Film Festival features exciting new films by well-established directors and rising stars of Italian cinema. There will also be tributes to Roberto Rossellini in the year of the 100th anniversary of his birth, and Marcello Mastroianni among the others. Buon divertimento!

Glasgow's Christmas Lights, George Square, Nov 19, www.seeglasgow.com/christmaslights
As the lights in George Square are switched on, the countdown to the Christmas season can finally begin. Featuring a music pre-show hosted by Radio Clyde's George Bowie and a firework display. The event is free but ticketed, book early to avoid any disappointment.

Patterns, Project Ability, 18 Albion Street, until Nov 24, www.project-ability.co.uk
An eclectic exhibition of artworks inspired by South Asian and Islamic art and culture featuring work from both Project Ability's and the Scottish Academy of Asian Arts' (SAAA) visual arts programmes.

Christmas Gift Fair, The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour, Nov 25-26, www.thetallship.com
Looking for the perfect present for your loved ones? Come onboard the SV Glenlee and have a look around the rows of stalls selling handmade Scottish crafts and foods. A relaxing and fun shopping experience.

http://www.soilassociationscotland.org, www.glasgow.gov.uk, www.gft.org.uk, www.seeglasgow.com/christmaslights, www.project-ability.co.uk, www.thetallship.com