Plate up! At COP26

Blue Dot and The Vegan Society events in Glasgow  – COP26

Blue Dot and The Vegan Society are organising 3 special events at Cop26, celebrating our blue dot and raising awareness of The Vegan Society’s Plate Up For The Planet campaign.

The events feature panels and in conversation talks, live music, DJ sets, comedy and spoken word.

 

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THURSDAY 4TH – THE FLYING DUCK
142 RENFIELD ST

4PM – 10.30PM

Featuring Chris Packham in conversation and live performances from Liz Lawrence, Pleasure Pool and more.

16:00 – Comedy, with The Diversity Quota
17:00 – In Conversation: Revealed soon
17:50 – Midi Paul
19:00 – Pleasure Pool
20:00 – Chris Packham
21:00 – Liz Lawrence
22:00 – Lost Colours

Tickets are priced £5 with all proceeds going to The Vegan Society.

ON SALE FRIDAY 15TH AT 10AM

 

FRIDAY 5TH – THE FLYING DUCK
142 RENFIELD ST

4PM – 11PM
Featuring Dale Vince and Fay Milton, and live performances from Audiobooks, plus Too Many Man closing party.

16:00 – In Conversation: Revealed soon
17:00 – Comedy, with Chunk
18:00 – Bull
19:00 – Liines
20:00 – Panel: A Punk Rock Approach to Solving the Climate Crisis
with Dale Vince and Fay Milton [Savages], hosted by John Robb
21:00 – Audiobooks
22:00 – Live Poetry
22:30 – Too Many Man with Fay Milton

Tickets are priced £5 with all proceeds going to The Vegan Society.

ON SALE FRIDAY 15TH AT 10AM

SATURDAY 6TH
IN ASSOCIATION WITH UMA – ST LUKE’S
17 BAIN ST

9AM – 2.15PM AND 7PM – 2AM

Featuring daytime talks from Music Declares Emergency, Tyndall Centre and Citizens’ Climate Lobby, plus evening live performances from Aurora and more, and an afterparty from Andy Cato (Groove Armada).

Powered by UMA and in partnership with Mills Nutrients, Stabal, Ivy Farm, PRS for Music and PPL.

Tickets are priced £35 for the live concert and £10 for the afterparty with all profits donated to Earth/Percent and local Glasgow charities.

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Plate up for Glasgow

Remember also that 35 Glasgow venues have teamed up as part of a new initiative designed to address food waste and its impact on climate change.  ‘Plate up for Glasgow’ is open for bookings where you can taste sustainable Food Hero dishes and drinks created by some of the city’s best chefs.  Click here to find out more.

 

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