Here is a suite of learning documents.  They’ve been designed so that you can use The Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre, and its park setting, as a learning resource.

The packs can be used by teachers and by parents.  The packs are suitable for self led activities for Early Years, Primary and Secondary ages.

The packs contain information and worksheets for carrying out activities.  Please download and share these resources.  Some activities are designed to be carried out on site, and some can be done in school / at home.

Sing Me A New Song

Sing Me A New SongDelivered in partnership with Glasgow Life, Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, and Live Music Now.

Robyn Stapleton & Claire Hastings (BBC Radio Scotland’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2014 and 2015 respectively) led a local community choir, Voicebeat, over 4 weeks of songwriting workshops to develop a new suite of songs, drawing their inspiration and themes from the heritage of the Bandstand. At the end of the workshop period there was a public performance at the Bandstand. As part of the Fox Star Community Arts Festival, an evening of live music and choir singing was held at the bandstand. Voicebeat showcased their 4 new songs, The Kelvingrove Waltz, Foreign Native, A Place for the People, and Barefoot in the Park. Robyn & Claire had the opportunity to perform their own sets too, along with four choirs – Voicebeat, The Glad Community Choir, The Sirens of Titan Choir, and The Parsonage. The evening was a terrific opportunity for the musicians and the community choirs to perform at such an iconic venue.

Mischief La Bas

Amanda Star-bright of Star-bright Productions: "I don't like to blow my own trumpet (I leave that to the Major) but, in the 1980s and 90s, it was I who booked all the top bands that played here."Created a new tour based on history and heritage of the Kelvingrove bandstand and Amphitheatre venue. Mischief La Bas are available to restage it, contact them to discuss.