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Event listings: Your guide to Glasgow’s St Patrick’s celebrations

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Scots and Irish Gaelic come together at the Glad Cafe.

MONDAY, MARCH 11

The Ulster Crisis
Historical lecture by Professor Robert Lynch from The University of Glasgow. Free.

TUESDAY, MARCH 12
Gaels le Cheile
Celebration of Scots and Irish Gaelic with Griogar Labhruidh, Tony Mac Ruairi and Megan Nic Ruairi.Glad Café. 1006A Pollokshaws Rd. 7pm.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13
Box Brilliance
Join masters of the accordion at Glad Café. 1006A Pollokshaws Rd. 8pm.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14
Open Stage Event with Celtic Music Radio
Chance forbands and groups to showcase their work. The Glad Café, 1006A Pollokshaws Rd. 7pm.

FRIDAY, MARCH 15
Glasgow Irish Community Showcase
Features the Glasgow Irish Collectiveas seen in the sold out Celtic Connections Concert in 2013. Couper Institute, Clarkston Rd. 7:30pm.

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The Wakes are one of three acts at the Festival Final Fling.

SATURDAY, MARCH 16
Annual Festival Mass
Celebrated by Archbishop Joseph Tartaglia.St. Andrew’s Cathedral Glasgow. 11am.

Family Fun Day
At Merchants Square. 12-6pm.

Festival Final Fling
Live Irish acts at the Merchant Square Basement with St.Rochs Senior Ceili Band, The Wakes and The Amadans.8pm.

SUNDAY, MARCH 17
Festival mass
In the Irish language. Our Lady of Consolation. 11am. 

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