Today we had our first mention in the Glasgow press. The Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra ran a story about the project and it was great to feel that the cogs are moving again.Read More
…In the 25 years since Tramway opened, I have never seen the building so packed with people. And although community relations in Glasgow, as in most British cities, have been through good times and bad – and a single arts project, sadly, cannot change the world – it’s safe to say that this sunny weekend, in Albert Drive, was one of the good times and it was a pleasure and a privilege to be there.’
“To say it was jumping is an understatement…’
ALBERT DRIVE Performance receives four stars **** in The Herald.Read More
In late June, journalist Chitra Ramaswamy came down to Albert Drive to spend some time with our neighbours and experience what’s been going on for the last few months on the drive as part of the ALBERT DRIVE Project. She met with the team, the artists, the performers and residents, drank tea and discussed all things Albert Drive…
‘A project aiming to bring back old fashioned community spirit is the Albert Drive Project which is highlighting how people live and work together in one street in the Pollokshields area of Glasgow.
ALBERT DRIVE has a great preview in this month’s edition of The Skinny. There’s so much going on at Tramway and Albert Drive this weekend. Come down and enjoy!
Neighbourhood’s are all about the people! With tickets for the weekend going fast, we’re very much looking forward to bringing together the people of Albert Drive and Pollokshields for what promises to be a fun, inspiring and unique weekend.
Here’s a preview in today’s Metro:Read More
ALBERT DRIVE takes centre stage in today’s Herald Arts section.
What a lovely article! Thank you, Mary Brennan.Read More
‘Months of arts and activities around the concept of neighbours will culminate in a weekend of exhibitions and performances on July 6 and 7 as part of the ALBERT DRIVE Project.’
Here’s a wee preview from The List about what’s in store on Albert Drive on the weekend of 6th and 7th July at Tramway.
Tickets are now on sale for the ALBERT DRIVE Performance. The Exhibition and Shared Meal are free and un-ticketed.Read More
This week, the Evening Times covered the ALBERT DRIVE project with a great double-paged spread.
Journalist Hannah Rodger popped down to meet the neighbours, the project team and, of course, the Albert Drive Neighbourhood Watch.Read More
In response to new actions on the drive – Letters to Our Neighbours and Neighbourhood Watch – Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra reporter, Gillian Loney has been helping us keep the neighbours informed about all things Albert Drive.Read More
We’re really pleased to see the word about the Albert Drive project is spreading.
STV Local have run a great piece around the project and the central theme ‘Who is my neighbour?’Read More