An unmissable filmic journey for one mixing high-technology with lo-fi charm.
Our ‘spine-tingling’ iPad-led piece made for a specially-constructed child’s bedroom, explores family, familiarity and growing up.
We can’t all be Olympic Champions or Commonwealth Games Athletes, but don’t worry, because Everyone’s A Winner, Baby!
An interactive celebration for all
Next Appearance at Emirates Arena, Tollcross on Saturday 5th October 2013
Bicycle Boom is the new project from Eilidh MacAskill of Fish & Game. As a collaboration between The Arches Behaviour Festival and Glasgow Museums, these three original performances celebrate the bicycle as a mechanical agent of change and a symbol of universal freedom.Read more...
17 January – 18 February 2011, The Arches, Glasgow
The Arches Cafe bar & Restaurant is now Tartantastic as Fish & Game’s Scotch Corner. Throughout January and February you can marvel at the Scottish delights and imagine yourself snuggled up in Fish & Game’s Highland retreat.
Available from 1st October 2014, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Scotland Street School
FREE to visitors of the museum
A site-specific iPad tour created for a hundred-year-old school. First presented 4-6 Nov 2010
Alma Mater@Scotland Street School engages with themes of childhood and the coercive, civilising power of education.