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Fox Opera presents

Bizet: Doctor Miracle

Performed in English

Le docteur Miracle is an opérette in one act based on Sheridan’s play Saint Patrick’s Day. Bizet wrote the work when he was just 18 years old for a competition organised by Jacques Offenbach. The premiere took place in Paris on 9 April 1857.

Mozart: The Impresario

Performed in German

Der Schauspieldirektor is a comic singspiel, written on the imperial command of the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II who had invited 80 guests to a private luncheon. It is a parody on the vanity of singers,...

Featuring current and alumni students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
at the Mackintosh Queen’s Cross, Glasgow G20 7EL

4th, 5th August at 7.30pm | 6th August at 2.30pm

Tickets £12 (£6 concessions) available on the door or £10 (£5 concessions) if you book here.


Future events at Mackintosh Queen's Cross

 

September 2016

Saturday 17 September and Sunday 18 September: Doors Open Day Weekend

Friday 23 September: Piano Concert with Ancuta Nite-Doyle

 

October 2016

1-31 October: Minty Sainsbury: An exhibition of architectural artwork

Wednesday 5 October: 4c William Mitchell Talk: 6:30pm

Wednesday 12 October: Michael Davis Talk on Leiper: 6:30pm

Friday 14 October: Piano Concert with Ancuta Nite-Doyle: 6:30pm

Tuesday 18 October: Banyan Puppet Show at 2pm

Friday 28 October: Guitar concert with Laura Browne and Lewis Dunsmore: 7:30pm

 

November 2016

Friday 11 November: Piano Concert with Ancuta Nite-Doyle: 6:30pm

Saturday 12 November: Croc Roc

Saturday 26 November: GFT Film Club

 

December 2016

Friday 9 December: Les Sirenes

Friday 16 December: Piano Concert with Ancuta Nite-Doyle: 6:30pm

 


 

Celtic Connections at Mackintosh Queen's Cross

We were delighted to be part of Celtic Connections for the second year. In January 2016 we had a total of nine wonderful concerts at Mackintosh Queen's Cross.

Our events kicked off on Friday 15 January with Admiral Fallow: Common Ground and the following night we had Boys of the Lough with Buttons & Bows. On 21 and 22 January we had The Bathers and Bella Hardy. On Saturday 23 January we had the Urban Teuchters and the following night we had the wonderful Kathryn Joseph. The following Friday we had AnDa Union and Rant, and finally on 30 and 31 January we had country/folk songstress Gretchen Peters with support from Fraser Anderson.


Bella Hardy during her set as support to The Bathers.

 

James Grant during the soundcheck for The Bathers

 

The Bathers

 

Kathryn Joseph

Alistair Braidwood tweeted Magical night with @kathrynjoseph_ & Gareth Dickson @MackQueensCross this evening. That rare thing of the perfect music in the perfect venue.

 

Look out for Celtic Connections in 2017 at Mackintosh Queen's Cross

 

2016 is the Scottish Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design

 

 


and finally, a reminder of how you can help:  support our events at Mackintosh Queen's Cross; introduce a friend to events and membership; Shop in our well-stocked Mackintosh shop.

 

What They Say.....

 

The Mackintosh Church was the highlight of our Mackintosh trip to Glasgow. It was the most authentic experience of all the buildings we visited, it was delightful.

An awe-inspiring building

Glasgow's hidden gem

A pleasure to visit - friendly staff

An artistic treasure house

A truly beautiful space

Completely wonderful

Simplicity at its best

Breathtaking – a beautiful space – peaceful and inspiring

Mackintosh was a genius

 

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Future Events in 2016

Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design

Year round programme…
We also do tours, weddings, conferences, exhibitions, educational programmes and cultural events.

 

Tickets available from Mackintosh Church
Tel: 0141 946 6600
Email: info@crmsociety.com

 

 

 

 

 

CRM Society, The Mackintosh Church, Queen's Cross, 870 Garscube Road, Glasgow G20 7EL Tel: +44(0)141-946-6600 E-mail: info@crmsociety.com