Cuba's Food Revolution

Thursday 24th October | 6-8pm | Kinning Park Complex

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In partnership with Havana Film Festival, Glasgow based Cuban cook Dani Acosta and Kinning Park Complex, join us for an informal community meal, sharing Cuban food, its flavours, politics and history.

Speakers screenwriter Hugo Rivalta and academic Helen Yaffe will draw upon personal experiences of Cuban food and how the complex Cuban plate has formed - from the slave trade, colonisation, collapse of the soviet union, the food crisis, trade embargo, an energy revolution and community farming, as well as a nation's genuine love for both eating and feeding.

This event is free, so that is accessible to all, but donations of £8/£4 per person are encouraged to those who can afford to help us cover our costs.

Join us for a meal of Arroz Congris (Cristianos y Moros) with Cerdo Azado and Queso y Mermelada de Guayaba, conversation and more!

An Afternoon Scratch Event


sharing Space + Creativity + Ideas

Sunday 8th December | 2-4pm | Tramway


A Moment’s Peace and Küche present the first in a new series of regular events seeking to raise the creative profile of anyone with lived experience of the immigration system.

An open and relaxed afternoon of multi-lingual and multi-disciplinary artistic work. Allies and would-be allies welcome.

This is a pay-what-you-decide event: No entry fee but contributions welcome!

Creative Contributions Welcome Advanced sign-up required.

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Shared Space is supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland. 







Tomorrow's Kitchen

Thursday 21st November | 7.30-9.30pm

Windsor Community Hall

Book your seat here (£5) + donations

Tomorrow’s Kitchen - A Community Meal is a sharing and exploration of recipes, ingredients and the multiculturalism present within Glasgow. The community meal in partnership with Book Week Scotland will test out for the very first time a series of new (creative) recipes for you and the community to try as well as sharing food-related stories that might be folkloric, poetic, political and more. We welcome you to eat with us, listen with us and share some of your own food thoughts with us! The community meal is part of a larger Tomorrow's Kitchen project creating a cookbook graphic novel authored by the community. For more information on the wider project look here: