The Tin Forest

Dear Glasgow – Kieran Hurley’s letter

Whilst the discussion groups were in full flow, Kieran worked quietly in the middle of the room with his laptop. From public Tweets, scribes’ reports and snatches of conversation, he pulled together many ideas into one letter addressed to the city. At the end of the night, he read this letter to the room.   […]

Dear Glasgow report: Tolerance and multiculturalism

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: Work

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: Independence Referendum

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: The Environment

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: Gender inequality

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: Children and young people

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

Dear Glasgow report: Mental health

On 31 July 2014, as part of The Tin Forest festival, the people of Glasgow were invited to attend Dear Glasgow. Here they were asked to discuss the burning issues in their city. The discussion groups were set by the participants themselves; Tolerance and Multiculturalism, Gender Inequality, Children and Young People, Work, the Independence Referendum, […]

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Make a manifesto for change with Dear Glasgow

A fast-paced evening of discussion, debate, plan-hatching and song takes place in the magically transformed South Rotunda this Thursday at 7.30pm. Your hosts for the evening are The Tin Forest director Graham McLaren and writer- director-performer Kieran Hurley (Rantin’, Beats, Chalk Farm). They’ll be asking you as we ask you to reimagine the place where you […]

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