In total eight films, including documentaries and feature films, will be screened until July 26. Highlights include the film Salute, a documentary exploring the circumstances surrounding American runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos's black power salute on the podium at the 1968 Olympic Games. Australian silver medallist Peter Norman was alongside them on the podium when it happened and the documentary tells his story. Other films being screened as part of the season include Chariots of Fire and One Day in September.
Annet Henneman, founder and director of Teatro di Nascosto Hidden Theatre, is hosting theatre reportage workshops in Glasgow this month. Suitable for anyone interested in political theatre, they will take place at GTAC in Govan. There will be a programme of practical training workshops, culminating in a public performance, linked to Refugee Week.
June 18–22, visit www.gtac.tumblr.com/about.
SoundRoutes Singers, a choir with members from Glasgow and Lanarkshire, will perform at Hamilton Town House on June 25. Singing a mix of pop, reggae, folk and rock, the 100-strong group is lead by local musician Shona Brown.
June 25, 7.30pm. Visit www.soundroutes.net.