I was really delighted to co-facilitate the drumming activities with Erin Scrutton at the Platform Glasgow Carnival Summer School for children and young people. Other activities included movement, circus skills, big makes, costumes. An excellent week in general: skills, fun + games, parading, performing – some really wonderful moments and a huge dose of fun!
Here’s a wee fragment of our Death Rattle performance under the GoMA portico in Glasgow for Final Fling’s Day of the Dead mini-fest. With Erin Scrutton, Barbara Chalmers, Kirsty Ewing and Michelle Drumm.
Final Fling’s Day of the Dead Mini-Fest
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.
Many thanks to Katie Bruce and all at the Gallery of Modern Art
This is a short film about our HumDrum pop-up event.
Pop-Up Drumming and Singing Events
And Then She Said sister duo Nichola Scrutton and Erin Scrutton in association with Plan B Collective created HumDrum to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day. Subsequent events included the West End Festival and the Royal Highland Show.
Big thanks to our sponsors above, and a HUGE THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO WAS INVOLVED – what a joyous day of celebration!!
Check out some photos of the HumDrum event at the Royal Concert Hall steps in Glasgow to celebrate 100 years of International Women’s Day at Universal News.
5th March, Glasgow
5th June: West End Festival
25th June: Royal Highland Show.