TALK: Lost Glasgow – The Ones That Got Away – Part II

Thursday 17th May 2018 | 6 – 8pm | Arlington Baths Club, 61 Arlington St, Glasgow G3 6DT

Lost Glasgow frontman, Norry Wilson, returns with his ‘magic lantern show’ to bring us tall tales and previously unseen glimpses of the city in an evening of reminiscence and storytelling at the Arlington Baths Club.

Lost Glasgow is a Facebook phenomenon with over 145,000 followers worldwide devoted to the documentation, discussion and appreciation of Glasgow’s changing architecture and its community throughout the last few centuries.

£5 / free for GCHT Friends and Arlington Baths Club members

 

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Our Lost Glasgow exhibition – More Than Just Memories – curated by Norry Wilson in summer 2017 is back, and this time it’s heading to Glasgow’s Arlington Baths Club – the oldest community-owned and run swimming club of its kind in the world. With the help of the Baths Club we’ve expanded the selection of images, to include period pictures of the baths and the surrounding area.

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