Final Fling’s Day of the Dead Mini-Fest
Gallery of Modern Art and Final Fling
Date: 2nd Nov 2013
Venue: GoMA, Glasgow
Please note: Adrian Howells is performing at an alternative Southside location
10 am – 12 noon – a shrine workshop with Greer Pester;
12 noon – 1 pm – Death Rattle performance in the portico;
2 pm – 4 pm – a Death Cafe – top floor workshop;
5 pm – 9 pm – Unburden – one to one with Adrian Howells;
All day in the portico – Charnal House by Doug Strang
HearAfter sound installation was previewed on 25th Oct and ran until 1st Dec 2013.
More info at
Final Fling‘s Day of the Dead Mini-Fest
Many thanks to Katie Bruce and all at the Gallery of Modern Art
Lifeguard at Govanhill Baths.
is a site-specific performance created and performed Lifeguard by Adrian Howells , in collaboration with Mike Brookes, Minty Donald, Rob Drummond, Ira Mandela Siobhan, Jane Mason, Nick Millar and Nichola Scrutton. Produced by National Theatre of Scotland and The Arches in association with Govanhill Baths Community Trust .
Exploring the emotional and psychological effects of water, from its therapeutic qualities to our overwhelming fear of it, lifeguard re-evaluates the place of swimming in our lives as a health-promoting and life-saving activity. Performances
5th – 27th October 2012, Govanhill Baths, Calder Street, Glasgow