The UK’s toughest open-water adventure race will return to Glasgow for the fifth year in a row on Saturday March 23.
More than 180 pieces of art will be on offer over the weekend – Saturday November 17, 12-9pm & November 18, Sunday 12-6pm.
The free public event at the University’s Hunterian Museum is expected to be a popular night out for comic book fans both young and old.
West End audiences will be familiar with its performances at St Mary’s Cathedral in Kelvinbridge.
Liverpool-based TV producer Mark Gorton is behind the project, which aims to educate schoolchildren about the war.
The education for dance and theatre students is free just like at any other state-funded school.
The new venture includes an outside seating area that promises to be a venue for “wining and dining on the street” and a “meeting place for the community”.
The restaurant has a warm vibe complemented by honey tones lit with lush lighting, candles and tea lights.
The restaurant’s managing director reveals the premises had to close earlier this year because of “spiralling costs”.
Plans newly-submitted to the local authority in Glasgow propose a small cafe at the back of the shop.