Celebrate is set to take over Custom House Quay – one of the many Festival 2014 performance spaces across Glasgow. On Sunday 3 August between 12pm and 5pm we will be bringing you a jam packed day off free family fun from some of our Celebrate funded projects.
Custom House Quay is an outdoor amphitheatre situated on the banks of the River Clyde at the bottom of St Enoch’s Square. Just follow the sound of the music!
Highlights of the day will include:
- A crowd participation Ceilidh from the Highland-Russia Connection
- Fashion show of Commonwealth themed costumes from AlbScott
- Three show stopping choirs from Theatre Nemo, Maryhill Burgh Halls and Central and West Integration Network Choir
- Ghanaian drumming and dance from the Ghana Welfare Association
- Indian dancing from the Indian Cultural and Festival Committee
- Maharashtrian dancing from the Maharashtra Mandal Scotland
- Kathak and Ceilidh fushion dancing from Tarang Dance Academy
- Coverage from Sunny Govan Radio
- The chance to tinkle the ivories of one of the decorated Streetpianos from Glasgow Piano City
- Commonwealth themed songs written and produced by Capability Scotland, Tollcross YMCA, Visibility and New College Lanarkshire
and a few surprises including a special performance from Haldane Youth Services and a guest appearance from the 2014 Games mascot, Clyde, at 3pm.
With over £4.5 million awarded to over 600 projects, Celebrate has been a huge success in enabling people of all ages and backgrounds to make the Games their own. We hope you can join us in celebrating its achievements.