We are One - No Labels No Walls Festival of Citizenship

14th - 19th September 2020

On-line Programme

Welcome to our on-line programme for the 'We are One - No Labels No Walls' Festival of Citizenship.  We are really excited to share our fantastic programme of events, acts and performances with you.  Check out our great line-up of headline acts below and also what is on each day by clicking on the buttons below.      

Headlining - Nigel Clark Dodgy

Headlining - Nigel Clark Dodgy

Saturday, 19th September 2020 1.30 pm

Axel Jansson

Axel Jansson

Monday, 14th September 2020 6.00 pm Heading up his 4 piece band the London via Sweden singer-songwriter and guitarist, Axel Jansson delivers an eruption of hook-heavy, rhythmic melodies paired with the unrestrained raw essence of early rock, often garnering comparisons to Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty but it’s his expressive and unusual voice that really sets him apart.

Economic and Social Renewal

Economic and Social Renewal

Monday, 14th September - 5.30 pm Scott is chair of the Poverty and Inequality Commission which was established from 1 July 2019. It is an advisory non-departmental public body which provides independent advice and scrutiny to Scottish Ministers on poverty and inequality.

The L.P.

The L.P.

Tuesday, 15th September 2020 at 6.00 pm

Jessica Lee Morgan

Jessica Lee Morgan

Tuesday, 15th September - 5.30 pm Raised on rock and folk by legendary parents (Mary Hopkin and Tony Visconti) and writes songs that reflect her upbringing and jobs in the real world. She plays 12-string, saxophone, percussion and vocals in the Bowie supergroup Holy Holy with her father Tony Visconti and Spiders from Mars drummer Woody Woodmansey. As happy in a tiny club or a large theatre, she performs live with her acoustic guitar, percussion strapped to her army boots.

Zoee

Zoee

Tuesday, 15th September 2020 at 5.00 pm

Rachelle Rhienne

Rachelle Rhienne

Wednesday, 16th September 2020 at 6.00 pm

What does Covid-19 tell us about citizenship in the UK?

What does Covid-19 tell us about citizenship in the UK?

Wednesday, 16th September - 5.30 pm Donald Macaskill (CEO, Scottish Care) and Simon Duffy (Director, Centre for Welfare Reform) share and debate their unique perspectives on the pandemic and its impacts on those who traditionally rely on social care.

Let's Talk

Let's Talk

Thursday, 17th September - 5.30 pm Michael Byrne is the founder and MD of "Lived Experience Trauma Support". He has vast lived experience of surviving multiple incredible life events including the murder of his father and surviving The Clutha Disaster in Glasgow in 2013.

The Rainband

The Rainband

Thursday, 17th September 2020 6.00 pm Long regarded as one of Manchester’s finest acts. Their high-shine production sound of epic melodies, guitars, keys, crashing drums, powerful vocals and rhythms earned the band their own sell out shows across the major UK venues and support slots for Kaiser Chiefs, Simple Minds, Paolo Nutini, tours with Ocean Colour Scene. Lauded by legends like Jim Kerr, Liam Gallagher, Rolling Stone magazine and radio stations at home and abroad.

Damien Maddison

Damien Maddison

Thursday, 17th September 2020 at 5.00 pm

Scott Agnew and Suzie McCabe

Scott Agnew and Suzie McCabe

Friday, 18th September 2020 at 5.30 pm

Tom Urie

Tom Urie

Friday, 18th September 2020 6.30 pm Best known as the regular character "Big Bob" in the BBC drama "River City," Tom is an actor, singer, voice over artist and composer/musician. In the period between 2016 and 2017, Tom went through a dramatic transformation, losing over 260 pounds in weight. Since his weight loss, Tom has been training in opera, and sang Nessun Dorma at the 2017 BBC Proms In The Park with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Electronic Glasgow

Electronic Glasgow

Friday, 18th September 2020 8.00 pm til Late.... Electronic Glasgow is a growing collective formed to shout about and celebrate the city's electronic music culture. Line up for tonight's Virtual Tent including some of Glasgow's finest and up and coming dj's & producers; Manakinz (aka Harri & Affi Koman) ; Rebecca Vasmant; Parts Unknown; BRASS TRAXX; KINTRA; Kane Kirkpatrick B2B Gerry Kearns; Stef Credidio

Katie Kittymaster

Katie Kittymaster

Saturday, 19th September 2020 5.00 pm Katie Kittermaster is a British singer/ songwriter who has haunting and distinctive vocals. Her natural story-telling is powerful and relatable. Her music has an honesty & conversational tone that steals your attention. Katie signed to Revanche Records June 2020

Stay Up Late Scotland - DJ Takeover

Stay Up Late Scotland - DJ Takeover

Stay Up Late Scotland are running two big nights of music and fun as part of Citizenfest 2020. On Monday, 14th September, we kick off with a Stay Up Late music session, with mixture of great live and pre-recorded musicians from the UK, Ireland and US. On Saturday night, there is an international Stay Up Late DJ takeover with DJ’s from Finland, Scotland and the US playing their favourite tunes for you.

Building on Mutual Aid - A vision of 21st Century Citizenship

Building on Mutual Aid - A vision of 21st Century Citizenship

Saturday, 19th September - 2.30 pm As we look to a post-pandemic future, more and more local authorities are getting behind the idea of a Universal Basic Income. The case is stronger than ever, argues Simon Duffy, not only for creating a more egalitarian society, but in freeing people up to play a greater part in local life and decision making.

Vivien Scotson

Vivien Scotson

Monday, 14th September at 5.00 pm Vivien Scotson is a fabulous Scottish Singer and Songwriter, from East Ayrshire. Her genre of music is Folk, Alternative Folk, Country and she has released a studio album ‘I Can Hear the Wind Blow’ Recently Vivien has regularly been played on the BBC Radio Scotland “Iain Anderson Show”.

We are One

c/o In Control Scotland

Pavilion 5A, Moorpark Court

25 Dava Street

Glasgow

G41 2JA

Tel No: 0141 440 5250

Email: weareone@in-controlscotland.org.uk

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