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Designed in 1894 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, his first complete commission,  Mackintosh Club is Helensburgh's  Creative Hub for Architecture, Art, Design and Music.  A Gallery and Arts Venue that celebrate the' Glasgow Four' with both permanent and visiting exhibitions. Pop Up Events, Music and Art Workshops. Available to hire for private functions, exhibitions and performances.


EXHIBITIONS

Artist Lesley Carruthers stunning exhibition 'Seasonal Joy' will run until 20th December.  A beautiful collection of original art, ceramics, jewellery and cards for sale at a very competitive price. 


SUNDAY 1st March 1-4pm (PREVIEW)
AMANDA BUCHANAN HUTCHISON


Amanda Buchanan Hutchison is an artist from Strathblane, North of Glasgow, where she was born and bred. An early love for all things artistic led to her attending college where she initially studied Graphic Design but then realised her love for fine art. Amanda has a deep infinity and love of the countryside where she walks daily with her dogs.......

CONCERTS

SUNDAY 19th January 2020 3pm

 "Eroica Reimagined"

"Beethoven's revolutionary third symphony - performed in a new reduced orchestration for eleven players. Intended to show this extraordinary work from a different perspective both in scale and context, the performance will include a narrative containing interesting facts and anecdotes, as well as offering some insight into the work's creation and the composer's life." 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/eroica-reimagined-tickets-85777872927

THURSDAY 23rd JANUARY 2020 at 7.30pm
THE SHIPPING FORECAST 

The Shipping Forecast come together as a fusion of folk roots, Americana and traditional jigs and reels, carving out intricate, harmonic arrangements of traditional and Americana folk songs and tunes. They have shared the stage with an array of prominent artists within the folk scene including: Jenn Butterworth and Laura Beth Salter, Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Hass, Rab Noakes and The Battlefield Band. Recent performances include The The Star Folk Club, The Twa Tams and Gig in the Goil, The Spree and Celtic Connections Festivals.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-shipping-forecast-concert-tickets-84728301631


WESTWARD THE LIGHT CONCERT
THURSDAY 31ST MARCH at 7.30pm


Westward The Light are: Charlie Grey, Sally Simpson, Owen Sinclair and Joseph Peach. The band formed as a result of years of collaboration in a range of settings.

Westward The Light a vessel that brings together an expansive knowledge of Scottish folk music and culture, creating a new expression of an age-old sound. On fiddle, viola, vocals, piano, and guitar, the quartet's music is reflective of upbringings immersed in the nature and landscapes of Scotland.

Since their 2018 debut, the bands music has had a very positive reception, with a number of sold out shows including at 2019's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Now heading into their third year, the band will launch their debut self-titled album in March 2020.

https://www.westwardthelight.com/





Glasgow Culture Vulture Group visited on Sunday 27th May.


"The MacKintosh Club is such a great place, that I arranged to take a group of 20 friends from the 'Glasgow Culture Vultures' group. We were all thoroughly impressed by the club. Nicola and Bruce's passion for the club had shown through. Perhaps it makes a difference to have the owners of the club rather than someone else doing a 9-5 job. There was very much an extra level of customer care and friendliness. We were all welcomed, and everything was run and organised in a very professional manner.


It was great that they opened the club, on a Sunday, just for us. Excellent quality of coffee, served in a cafetiere, and yummy cakes was served. Everyone in the group very much appreciated Bruce's talk on the building, that wasn't expected, and was an added bonus.


It's a venue with unlimited potential and could suit any needs. The baby grand piano and the size and shape of the room must deliver very fine acoustics. With plenty of natural light coming into the room, it allowed us to see, and appreciate the two current art exhibitions. It is a very charaterful and atmospheric building and one where someone could easily become inspired in"

Michael Wilson, Chairman, Glasgow Culture Vulture's


Mackintosh Club, 40 Sinclair Street, Helensburgh G84 8SU

01436 674375


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