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Presented by Nicola Gunn

Working With Children (Part of Take Me Somewhere 2020) **CANCELLED**

22 May 2020
8:15pm
11+ yrs
Local Links

We are sorry to announce that due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation this performance has been cancelled.

Ticket holders for the performance at Platform due to take place on Thursday can call a member of our box office staff on 0141 276 9696 [OPT1] to arrange a refund.

Here is a statement from the Take Me Somewhere team:

SOMEWHERE WE’VE NEVER BEEN BEFORE

TAKE ME SOMEWHERE FRIENDS, THIS IS SOMEWHERE WE’VE NEVER BEEN BEFORE. IT’S AFFECTING US ALL IN DIFFERENT WAYS, AND SO IT MAY COME AS NO SURPRISE THAT WE HAVE DECIDED TO CANCEL THIS YEAR’S FESTIVAL.

WE ARE OF COURSE HEAVY OF HEART THAT WE’RE NOT ABLE TO WELCOME THE INCREDIBLE ARTISTS FROM NEAR AND AFAR, OR TO GATHER WITH YOU ALL TO WITNESS WHAT WE CONSIDER TO BE THE SPECTACULAR AND THE VITAL. BUT WE KNOW THERE WILL BE OTHER OPPORTUNITIES. OUR FOCUS NOW IS ON THE ARTISTS THAT SURROUND US WHO ARE GOING THROUGH CHALLENGING TIMES, OUR TIGHT-KNIT TEAM, AND OUR PARTNERS, FRIENDS AND ALLIES WHO ARE FINDING THEIR OWN WAY THROUGH THESE TUMULTUOUS TIMES.

THANKS TO ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT THIS FAR. OUR COMMITMENT TO CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTISTS AND CONNECTING WITH THE WORLD STAYS THE SAME, AND WILL BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER. WE WILL BE CONTINUING THIS WORK… FROM OUR KITCHEN TABLES.

LOVE AND SOLIDARITY,

LJ, CAROLINE, KARL, SIAN, NIALL, GRAHAME AND KIM

www.takemesomewhere.co.uk

Additional info

COMBINED TICKET OFFER FOR WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND PAIN AND I (Pain and I is also part of Take Me Somewhere and on directly before Working with Children):

£15 / £8 Concession / £6.50 Local Links

Take Me Somewhere is Glasgow’s festival of contemporary international performance, building on the legacy of the Arches arts venue following its closure in 2015. The festival provides a crucial support structure and platform for Scotland’s most vital artists, combined with some of the world’s most cutting-edge contemporary performance makers. Take Me Somewhere’s presence pulsates across the city with inspirational work igniting the city’s main stages, arts venues, churches, nightclubs and gardens.

The festival - which has innovative performance at its core - acts as a connector between people, work and ideas, and is inspired by the talent, energy and voracity of the city’s arts community. It’s a space for crucial, diverse voices from here and abroad that take us somewhere in our personal and collective journeys, understanding the globalised and multicultural world we live in; voices that allow us to consider where we are now and envisage what a future somewhere could be.

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