Eilidh MacAskill (Fish and Game) presents a triptych of performance events celebrating the bicycle as an agent of change and a symbol of universal freedom as part of a collaboration between BEHAVIOUR and Glasgow Museums.
Sat 3rd March | 11.30am, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm | Kelvingrove Museum | FREE
Eilidh transforms herself into a late 19th Century lady cyclist to deliver an impassioned speech for freedom-loving women as part of the museum’s Victorians Rediscovered weekend.
Kelvingrove to Riverside
Sun 4th March & Sat 10th March | 12pm & 3pm | £8/£6 | Limited tickets from Arches Box Office
Eilidh leads this cycle tour from the Kelvingrove to the Riverside Museum, exploring the development of the bicycle and its influence on the lives of women over the past 100 years.
Tickets are very limited – call the Arches Box Office on 0141 565 1000 or buy your tickets online now.
N.B. This event is 12+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+)
Sat 7th & Sun 8th April | 2pm | FREE but ticketed | Kelvin Hall Arena
A family-friendly event re-imagining the Cycling Gymkhana of 1901, with a historical cyclist parade, synchronized cycling, bizarre races and live music from Kim Moore (Zoey Van Goey). Decorate your own bike for a chance to win Best-Dressed Wheel.
Part of Behaviour 2012, the Arches’ festival of live performance.