Here are a handful of snaps that we took.
The Invasion Project by the Ljud group which has travelled from Slovenia to perform at the event. In relation to street theatre, I think they may have stolen the show.
Dr Who series. Sometimes you'll find it wrapped in a knitted scarf where its been yarn bombed, but not today.
Dracula. He was standing at the entrance of a long dark lane that once used to be the path to the Glasgow Women Library, but has since relocated.
Britannia Panoptican Music Hall were open and this man was encouraging people walking by to visit. This marvellous building is reputed to be the oldest surviving music hall in the U.K. I have often visited the Panoptican Shop on the High Street, but never the theatre itself so was quite excited.
rich history. Sadly the Panopticon Music Hall is not open to the public on a daily basis. It was open today in conjunction with the MCF festival, however if you wish to visit it check out its website as its supporters do hold various events there. I had intentions of going back in the evening to watch Tod Brownings 'Freaks' at the auditorium, but got distracted with other things at home.
I didn't buy anything, but my nephew came out with a flower brooch for my mother, his grandmother.