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Tuckshop by SNACKmag

Get your tickets for the 1st ever SNACK Party

Sulka (Lost Map)
Sloth Metropolis

Plus a selection of poetry and spoken word

Venue: Pollokshaws Bowling Club on Glasgow’s Southside (a 3 minute walk from Pollokshaws West train station)

July 21st , 8pm-11pm

We’re calling it Tuckshop

It’s gonna be great!

Get your tickets here

In the almost five years we’ve been running the mag we’ve often spoken about putting on an event. It was always one of those things that found eager legs and imaginations at around the three pint mark before the notion sensibly dissipated with the haze of the next day. Fast forward to the present day and the terrifying reality is settling in that we’re actually doing this. 

We can’t wait to celebrate almost 5 years of SNACK in an independently run space with live music and good vibes. We’re so thankful to all our supporters, we really wouldn’t still be here without you – I say this all the time, I know. 

Ticket sales will go towards keeping the mag going through these tricky times and, crucially, free to anyone who wants to pick up a copy.

Funds from the night will help us to keep supporting the wee guys – the dreamers, the ones just starting out, the emerging, as well as shouting about the best of the big guns – celebrating brilliant work, achievements and milestones for everyone. 

Also, it’ll probably be quite fun.

Get your tickets for Tuckshop here

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