We're back! Following the cancellation of our last event in October due to freak stormy weather - Gab20 has now arrived, with a different lineup than originally planned (and 2 months late!).
Join us at Sloans Grand Ballroom to hear from three great speakers on their creative journeys - with the evening hosted by Glasgow designer Tessa Simpson.
Tickets are 6 of your finest pound coins with all proceeds going to suicide prevention charity CALM.
Tickets will be out next week, and you can sign up at gab.scot
Rachel E Millar
Rachel E Millar is a signwriter based in the south side of Glasgow. She works somewhere between art, design and craft, fusing traditional techniques with contemporary design. Since starting her own studio in 2017 she has been commissioned by a variety of clients from local businesses to Innis & Gunn, The SNP, TRNSMT Festival and many more. She experiments with colour and perspective in her personal work which she has exhibited in the UK and the USA.
Andy Arnold has worked as an award winning theatre director, maker and writer for more than thirty years. In 1991 Andy persuaded British Rail to hand him the keys to the derelict vaulted spaces under Central Station where he became the founder and first Artistic Director of what he named simply 'The Arches'. Andy spent eighteen years transforming that venue from damp dereliction to an award winning international house of culture - clubs , music, and theatre. He is currently Artistic Director of Tron Theatre, Glasgow, where he has created and directed a large number of productions - many of which have toured overseas - including Russia, USA, Italy, and Singapore.
Ben Tallon is an illustrator with The Guardian, WWE, Channel 4 and The Premier League. He is the author of Champagne and Wax Crayons and host of Arrest All Mimics: Creative Innovation Podcast.
All ticket procceds will be donated to The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) - an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.