Time & Location
16 Dec 2022, 19:00 – 17 Dec 2022, 00:00
French Street, French St, Glasgow, UK
About the event
Tickets for “…it’s a Cabbage Christmas Party!” are now available!
Suggested ticket amount £10. Please pay what you can afford - purchasing a standard ticket helps us support a number of free tickets and subsudised rates for our local community.
We have a community rate of £5 for anyone living in the G31/G40 postcode area - please get in touch directly for a ticket. And no one will be turned away due to lack of funds, please get in touch if you would like a free ticket, no questions asked.
Tickets are limited due to the venue capacity so please make sure you purchase in advance where possible. Thank you for your support!
Tamara Macarthur, Len Goetzee, Chao-Ying Rao, Liv Fontaine & Dirt Brooks, Plus Buzzcut special guests TBA!
DJ MV Brown & Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel
Olivia Brazier, The Kirkwood Brothers, Jack Murphy, Huhtamaki Wab
An Artist Christmas shop will be open for the first few hours of the event, all sales go 100% to artists.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. Seating will be available for the event. Please note, the venue does not currently have heating. Toilets are available, but please note there is currently not an accessible toilet at the venue. We are looking into options for an accessible toilet for this event and will share full access details soon. In the meantime please do get in touch if you have any questions about your access requirements.
Cabbage is a nomadic artist-led platform for contemporary visual arts. Based in Glasgow, Cabbage programmes regular events and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as running an annual resilience programme for under-represented and early career artists.
Themes often appearing in Cabbage programmes include humour, pop culture, and storytelling presented in accessible and caring ways. Cabbage works with the majority of its artists more than once, building a continued level of support and community. Creating a supportive and collaborative environment is vital for the platform, and there is an ongoing aim to test out different ways curation and event making can provide sustainable support for artists. Cabbage is committed to paying artists at or above industry rates, and prioritises supporting marginalised artists.
Cabbage events aim to create a safe, inclusive space for all, prioritising under-represented individuals and communities. Cabbage event makers consider the duty of care for audiences and artists as vital for an event to take place. This includes working with inclusive venues to establish health and safety protocols, prioritising access provision, and ensuring organisers are available and approachable should anyone feel uncomfortable or need to speak to someone at an event. Please do not hesitate to speak to one of the event hosts at any point during a Cabbage event. We are always happy to chat and we will also always endeavour to support you in your situation or, if needed, arrange transport for you to get home safely. Harassment or abusive behaviour to anyone at our events will not be tolerated. While we endeavour to provide access information and trigger warnings prior to an event, please do get in touch with us to discuss any specific access requirements.
Cabbage Christmas Party!
Pay what you want
Pay what you want