Celebrate Refugee Festival Scotland at Glasgow Women’s Library with an afternoon of spoken word and performances by local refugee groups on the theme of Belonging. Play a version of the childhood game Hopscotch, inspired by local Iranian Artist Paria Goodarzi, and get the chance to create your own tote bag design in a screen printing workshop. An afternoon of celebration with tasty refreshments throughout!
This is a free but ticketed event. Please book your space here.
The Library is wheelchair accessible, with lifts to the first floor and the mezzanine and archive.
There is quite a heavy door on the way in to the Library but the front of house team is available to help with accessing the Library.
Please note that Bridgeton train station is currently not wheelchair-accessible. The closest wheelchair-accessible station is Dalmarnock Station, which is approximately 3/4 mile (1.2 km) from the Library. There is level access from nearby bus stops on London Road and Bridgeton Cross to the Library.
There are accessible toilets on the ground and first floors, and all the Glasgow Women’s Library bathrooms are individual closed stalls and are gender neutral. The accessible toilets are fitted with toilet alarms.
Please get in touch if you have specific access requirements and the Library team will try their best to accommodate.
Full accessibility information can be found here.