Helena Kennedy QC: How British Justice is Failing Women

Aye Write: Join Helena Kennedy QC at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as she discusses how British justice is failing women.

Helena Kennedy QC: How British Justice is Failing Women

About Helena Kennedy QC: How British Justice is Failing Women

16th March 2019
8pm - 9pm
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 3NY
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In Eve Was Shamed Helena Kennedy forensically examines new evidence that women are still being discriminated against throughout the legal system, from the High Court (where only 21% of judges are women) to female prisons (where 84% of inmates are held for non-violent offences despite the refrain that prison should only be used for violent crime).

The #MeToo campaign has been in part a reaction to those failures. In this richly detailed and shocking book, one of our most eminent human rights thinkers shows with force and fury that change for women must start at the heart of what makes society just.

Chaired by Ruth Wishart.

SPONSORED BY THE OPEN UNIVERSITY IN SCOTLAND

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Robin Crawford & Donald S Murray: For Peat Sake

Robin Crawford & Donald S Murray: For Peat Sake

24th March 2019
Aye Write: Authors Robin Crawford & Donald S Murray are joined by Shetland singer-songwriter Donald Anderson at the Mitchell Library.
Jeremy Dronfield: The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz

Jeremy Dronfield: The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz

24th March 2019
Aye Write: Jeremy Dronfield discusses 'The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz' a story of courage and survival unparalleled in the history of the Holocaust.
Liz Lochhead

Liz Lochhead

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Poet and playwright Liz Lochhead talks about the books that have inspired and entertained her.
David Runciman, Isabel Hardman, Chris Mullin and Lesley Riddoch: The Sunday Times Scotland Great Brexit Debate

David Runciman, Isabel Hardman, Chris Mullin and Lesley Riddoch: The Sunday Times Scotland Great Brexit Debate

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Join David Runciman, Isabel Hardman, Chris Mullin and Lesley Riddoch at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for The Sunday Times Scotland Great Brexit Debate.
Jonathan Northcroft and Michael Grant: From Fergie to Messi

Jonathan Northcroft and Michael Grant: From Fergie to Messi

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Jonathan Northcroft and Michael Grant as they reflect on their experiences of covering international and domestic football, and tell some tales of the greats!
Beerjacket: Silver Chords

Beerjacket: Silver Chords

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Nearly five years since the release of his last album, Darling Darkness, Beerjacket returns with his most ambitious project and album to date, Silver Cords!
Keggie Carew and Christina Patterson: Life’s Great (Mis)Adventures

Keggie Carew and Christina Patterson: Life’s Great (Mis)Adventures

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Keggie Carew and Christina Patterson at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as the discuss their books, Quicksand Tales and The Art of Not Falling Apart.
Harriet Shawcross: Unspeakable

Harriet Shawcross: Unspeakable

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Harriet Shawcross's book Unspeakable is a beguiling mix of memoir, history, literary criticism and investigative journalism.
Barbara Erskine and Michelle Paver: Bewitched, Haunted and Beguiled

Barbara Erskine and Michelle Paver: Bewitched, Haunted and Beguiled

29th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Barbara Erskine and Michelle Paver at the Mitchell Library as they discuss their books, The Ghost Tree and Wakenhyrst!
Pete Irvine: Glasgow the Best

Pete Irvine: Glasgow the Best

30th March 2019
Aye Write: This event marks the publication of the 13th edition of Scotland’s bestselling guide, affectionately known amongst travellers and lovers of Scotland as ‘The Bible’.
Melanie Reid: The World I Fell Out Of

Melanie Reid: The World I Fell Out Of

30th March 2019
Aye Write: On Good Friday, 2010 Melanie Reid fell from her horse, breaking her neck and fracturing her lower back. The World I Fell Out Of is an account of that year and those that followed.
Mark Boyle: A Life Without Technology

Mark Boyle: A Life Without Technology

30th March 2019
Aye Write: The Way Home is Mark Boyle's honest account of the joys of building a home with his bare hands, learning to make fire, collecting water from the spring, foraging and fishing.
Sarah Langford: In Your Defence: Stories of Life and Law

Sarah Langford: In Your Defence: Stories of Life and Law

30th March 2019
Aye Write: With remarkable candour, Sarah describes eleven cases which reveal what goes on in our criminal and family courts.
Professor David Wilson: My Life with Murderers: Behind Bars with the World’s Most Violent Men

Professor David Wilson: My Life with Murderers: Behind Bars with the World’s Most Violent Men

30th March 2019
Aye Write: My Life with Murderers tells the story of David’s journey from idealistic prison governor to expert criminologist and professor.
Lewis Dartnell and Vybarr Cregan-Reid: How The Earth We Made is Remaking Us

Lewis Dartnell and Vybarr Cregan-Reid: How The Earth We Made is Remaking Us

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Lewis Dartnell and Vybarr Cregan-Reid as they discuss their books and how the Earth we made is remaking us.
Viv Albertine: To Throw Away Unopened

Viv Albertine: To Throw Away Unopened

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Every memoir is a battle between reality and invention but lead singer of The Slits, Viv Albertine, has reinvented the genre with her unflinching honesty.
Oliver Bullough: Moneyland: Why Thieves and Crooks Now Rule the World

Oliver Bullough: Moneyland: Why Thieves and Crooks Now Rule the World

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join investigative journalist Oliver Bullough on a journey into Moneyland, the secret country of the lawless, stateless super-rich.
David Runciman: How Democracy Ends

David Runciman: How Democracy Ends

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join David Runciman as he surveys the political landscape of the West, advising us on what could come next.
Gina Rippon and Caroline Criado-Perez: Data Bias and the Gendered Brain

Gina Rippon and Caroline Criado-Perez: Data Bias and the Gendered Brain

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Gina Rippon and Caroline Criado-Perez at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as they discuss their books, The Gendered Brain and In Invisible Women.
Chris Mullin: A Very British Sequel

Chris Mullin: A Very British Sequel

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Chris Mullin returns to Glasgow with the long-awaited sequel to the bestselling A Very British Coup.
James Naughtie: Best Scottish Poems

James Naughtie: Best Scottish Poems

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Broadcaster James Naughtie has put together a ‘best of the best’ list of 20 poems.
Eric Thompson: On Her Majesty’s Nuclear Service

Eric Thompson: On Her Majesty’s Nuclear Service

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Eric Thompson tells the inside story of Britain’s nuclear deterrent, the secretive life of submarines and the men who served on them.
Nikesh Sukla and Donal Ryan: Intimate Epic Fiction

Nikesh Sukla and Donal Ryan: Intimate Epic Fiction

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Two authors shortlisted for the COSTA prize discuss their latest work.
Back to Bacharach

Back to Bacharach

30th March 2019
Critically acclaimed hit packed concert tour Back to Bacharach comes to The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on March 30th featuring a West End cast accompanied by The Magic Moments Orchestra!
Charly Cox and Nadine Aisha Jassat: Poets Take on the Modern World

Charly Cox and Nadine Aisha Jassat: Poets Take on the Modern World

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join poets Charly Cox and Nadine Aisha Jassat at the Mitchell Library as they give you their take on the modern world.
Alex Boyd: St Kilda: The Silent Islands

Alex Boyd: St Kilda: The Silent Islands

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join Alex Boyd for a fascinating illustrated talk on this most mysterious and isolated place.
Ed Husain: The House of Islam: A Global History

Ed Husain: The House of Islam: A Global History

30th March 2019
Aye Write: From the bestselling author of The Islamist, The House of Islam is a fascinating exploration of the intricacies of Islam and the inner psyche of the Muslim world.
David Hepworth: How LPs Saved Our Lives

David Hepworth: How LPs Saved Our Lives

30th March 2019
Aye Write: A Fabulous Creation is the story of that short but transformative time, taking us us from recording studios to our record collections to show how LPs saved our lives.
Andrew Hay: The Books That Made Me

Andrew Hay: The Books That Made Me

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Join artist Andrew Hay at the Mitchell Library as he discusses the books that have inspired him!
J.O. Morgan: Assurances

J.O. Morgan: Assurances

30th March 2019
Aye Write: The winner of this year’s COSTA prize for poetry, J.O. Morgan lives on a small farm in the Scottish Borders.
Owen Lowery: Transitions

Owen Lowery: Transitions

30th March 2019
Aye Write: This poetry event considers the theme of transition, both from the personal viewpoint of a man paralysed at the age of 18 following a sporting accident.
Josh Cohen: Not Working: Why We Have to Stop

Josh Cohen: Not Working: Why We Have to Stop

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Psychoanalyst Josh Cohen's book explores the paradoxical pleasures of inactivity.
Julian Sayarer: To Travel Politically

Julian Sayarer: To Travel Politically

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Julian Sayarer uses human stories and the perspective of travel to document global issues for a broad audience.
Alan Bissett introduces Richard Lumsden and Helen Cullen

Alan Bissett introduces Richard Lumsden and Helen Cullen

30th March 2019
Aye Write: Novelist and playwright Alan Bissett introduces these extraordinary debuts from Richard Lumsden and Helen Cullen!
Aggie Mackenzie, Emma Marsden and Angela Clutton: The Miracle of Vinegar

Aggie Mackenzie, Emma Marsden and Angela Clutton: The Miracle of Vinegar

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Aggie MacKenzie, of How Clean Is Your House? fame, and Emma Marsden, share 150 simple ways to use this amazing, low cost ingredient!
Joanne Harris

Joanne Harris

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Author Joanne Harris will discuss her long awaited new Chocolat novel, The Strawberry Thief at the Mitchell Library on March 31st!
Harry Giles, Etzali Hernandez & Michael Lee Richardson: We Were Always Here

Harry Giles, Etzali Hernandez & Michael Lee Richardson: We Were Always Here

31st March 2019
Aye Write: By turns serious and fantastical, hilarious and confrontational, We Were Always Here is a snapshot of current Scottish LGBTQ+ writing and a showcase of queer talent.
Damian Barr in conversation with Kirsty Wark

Damian Barr in conversation with Kirsty Wark

31st March 2019
Aye Write: You Will Be Safe Here is the stunning and shocking debut novel from the award-winning author of Maggie & Me.
Emily Cutts with Carol Craig: The Dear Wild Place

Emily Cutts with Carol Craig: The Dear Wild Place

31st March 2019
Aye Write: In conversation with Carol Craig, Emily Cutts reveals how her campaign group galvanised their community to challenge the rampant materialism of modern life.
Mike Edwards: The Road Home

Mike Edwards: The Road Home

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Mike Edwards' The Road Home is an autobiographical travelogue, which charts a coast to coast journey across the USA.
Johnny Ball: Wonders Beyond Numbers

Johnny Ball: Wonders Beyond Numbers

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Johnny Ball will be discussing his new book 'Wonders Beyond Numbers' at the Mitchell Library on March 31st!
Emma Darwin: This is not a Book about Charles Darwin: A writer’s journey through my family

Emma Darwin: This is not a Book about Charles Darwin: A writer’s journey through my family

31st March 2019
Aye Write: This is Not a Book About Charles Darwin takes the reader on a writer's journey through the Darwin-Wedgwood-Galton clan, as seen through the lens of Emma's struggle.
Frank Tallis and Laura Mucha: The Facts of Love

Frank Tallis and Laura Mucha: The Facts of Love

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Love is a great leveller. Everyone wants love, everyone falls in love, everyone loses love, and everyone knows something of love’s madness.
Matt Hopwood: Mother: A Human Love Story

Matt Hopwood: Mother: A Human Love Story

31st March 2019
Aye Write: On Mother’s Day, Matt Hopwood presents a selection of deep, powerful stories of and by mothers which were told openly and bravely to him.
Daniel Smith: The Ardlamont Mystery: The Real-Life Story Behind the Creation of Sherlock Holmes

Daniel Smith: The Ardlamont Mystery: The Real-Life Story Behind the Creation of Sherlock Holmes

31st March 2019
Aye Write: In The Ardlamont Mystery, Daniel Smith re-examines the evidence of the case that gripped Victorian Britain.
Matthew Tompkins: The Art of Magic and Illusion

Matthew Tompkins: The Art of Magic and Illusion

31st March 2019
Aye Write: Join Matthew Tompkins at the Mitchell Library for what promises to be a rivetting display of magic and illusion.
Alice Morrison: My 1001 Nights: Tales and Adventures from Morocco

Alice Morrison: My 1001 Nights: Tales and Adventures from Morocco

31st March 2019
Aye Write: TV presenter, writer and adventurer Alice Morrison gives her own unique and personal insight into Morocco, her home for 1001 nights.
David Gray

David Gray

31st March 2019
David Gray is bringing his Gold in a Brass Age tour to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sunday 31st March 2019!
Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond

Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond

3rd April 2019
Hello Again - The Story of Neil Diamond is a must see and the only tribute show for fans of the original artist!
Tommy Fleming - Voice of Hope II Tour

Tommy Fleming - Voice of Hope II Tour

5th April 2019
Tommy Fleming brings his Voice of Hope II Tour, featuring a special collection of spiritual, inspirational & Irish music, to Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall on April 5th!
Caledonian Fiddle Orchestra

Caledonian Fiddle Orchestra

6th April 2019
The Caledonian Fiddle Orchestra looks forward to playing traditional Scottish music, some new and all well loved by audiences stretching back over the orchestra’s 130 years in Glasgow!
Remembering The Movies

Remembering The Movies

7th April 2019
Strictly Come Dancing stars Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara are back with their brand new show Remembering The Movies, catch it at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on April 7th!
Art Garfunkel

Art Garfunkel

21st April 2019
Join Art Garfunkel for an evening of songs and stories as he performs a career retrospective at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sunday 21st April!
Michael Ball: Coming Home To You Tour

Michael Ball: Coming Home To You Tour

23rd April 2019
Michael Ball will bring his 'Coming Home To You Tour' to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Tuesday 23rd April 2019!
Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright

25th April 2019
Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, and composer Rufus Wainwright brings his ‘All These Poses Tour’ to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Thursday 25th April!
Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

28th April 2019
Rumours Of Fleetwood Mac, the world’s ultimate homage to Fleetwood Mac, return to The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall with their 50th anniversary tour!
An Evening with Katherine Jenkins

An Evening with Katherine Jenkins

2nd May 2019
Katherine Jenkins OBE has announced a string of UK dates for her 2019 tour 'An Evening with Katherine Jenkins' including a night at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on May 2nd!
80’s Symphonic Live

80’s Symphonic Live

10th May 2019
80's Symphonic Live is an 80's pop spectacular featuring original vocals and hit videos backed by a full symphony orchestra! Don't miss it at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Friday 10th May!
Aye Write presents Paul Mason

Aye Write presents Paul Mason

16th May 2019
Aye Write presents Paul Mason, the author and broadcaster introduces Clear Bright Future: A Radical Defence of the Human Being.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow

The Johnny Cash Roadshow

17th May 2019
Join award winning singer and songwriter Clive John at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for the Johnny Cash Roadshow, the UK's No1 celebration of Johnny Cash!
The Elvis Years

The Elvis Years

19th May 2019
The Elvis Years is an outstanding musical production which brings to the stage the incredible and compelling story of the 'king of rock and roll', catch it at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on May 19th!
Dido

Dido

26th May 2019
British electronic pop singer Dido will play Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, her only Scottish show, as part of her comeback world tour!
Ministry of Sound - The Annual Classical

Ministry of Sound - The Annual Classical

8th June 2019
The world's most iconic dance brand, Ministry of Sound, proudly presents the world premiere of The Annual Classical, an orchestral reimagining of the best selling dance music compilation series!
ACEs to Assets - Fostering Resilience in a Stressed Culture

ACEs to Assets - Fostering Resilience in a Stressed Culture

11th June 2019
ACE Aware Scotland are partnering with Justice, Health, Education and the Care Sector to bring a one-day conference on 'Fostering Resilience in a Stressed Culture' to Glasgow.
Here Come The Boys

Here Come The Boys

16th June 2019
Watch Aljaž Škorjanec, Giovanni Pernice and Gorka Marquez, giants of the ballroom and Latin world battle it out on the dance floor when 'Here Come The Boys' arrives in Glasgow!
John Barrowman - Fabulous

John Barrowman - Fabulous

18th June 2019
John Barrowman will kick off his Fabulous Tour in his hometown of Glasgow on Tuesday 18th June at the Royal Concert Hall!
Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Horses 30th Anniversary Tour

Belinda Carlisle: Runaway Horses 30th Anniversary Tour

22nd September 2019
Belinda Carlisle brings her Runaway Horses 30th Anniversary Tour to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on September 22nd 2019!
Hozier

Hozier

24th September 2019
With the release of his new album Wasteland, Baby! around the corner, Hozier has announced a run of 14 headline UK dates, including a night at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall!
Aled Jones & Russell Watson In Harmony Tour

Aled Jones & Russell Watson In Harmony Tour

8th October 2019
See Aled Jones and Russell Watson, two of the world's greatest classical voices, at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of their In Harmony tour!
Nathan Carter

Nathan Carter

11th October 2019
Ireland's No.1 Country Singer Nathan Carter returns to Glasgow Concert Hall with his Born For The Road 2019 tour on Friday 11th October!
Squeeze - The Difford and Tillbrook Songbook 2019

Squeeze - The Difford and Tillbrook Songbook 2019

21st October 2019
Squeeze have announced a 2019 UK tour which includes a night at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and includes special guests HEAVEN 17!
Lisa Stansfield - Affection 30th Anniversary Tour

Lisa Stansfield - Affection 30th Anniversary Tour

28th October 2019
Lisa Stansfield has announced a date at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of her 2019 tour, marking the 30th anniversary release of her debut solo album 'Affection'!
Love Actually with Live Orchestra

Love Actually with Live Orchestra

3rd December 2019
Following a sold out 2018 tour, Love Actually will once again be screened live across the UK with a full orchestra performing its enchanting score – just in time for Christmas!

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Bounce and Rhyme
Bounce and Rhyme
20th February 2019
NA, Various Locations Glasgow
Bounce and Rhyme are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children Two or under held weekly in several Glasgow Libraries!
Toddlers Tales
Toddlers Tales
20th February 2019
NA, Various Locations Glasgow
Toddlers Tales are free and fun sessions for parents, carers and children aged 3-5 held weekly across several Glasgow Libraries!
Silverburn A Year of Reading The World Book Club
Silverburn A Year of Reading The World Book Club
21st February 2019
Silverburn, Glasgow South Side
A Year of Reading The World Book Club meet every month in Silverburn to discuss books from around the world!
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Steely Dan with Special Guest Steve Winwood
Steely Dan with Special Guest Steve Winwood
20th February 2019
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow City Centre
Grammy Award winning jazz rock band Steely Dan with special guest Steve Winwood will play The SSE Hydro Glasgow on 20th February 2019!
Glasgow Film Festival Opening Gala: Mid90s
Glasgow Film Festival Opening Gala: Mid90s
20th February 2019
Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow City Centre
The 15th annual Glasgow Film Festival will open on 20th February with UK premiere of Jonah Hill’s directorial debut Mid90s!
Children of Eden
Children of Eden
20th Feb 2019 - 23rd Feb 2019
The Mitchell Library, Glasgow City Centre
The Cecilian Society proudly presents Children of Eden this February at The Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow!
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Talks and Lectures Events you might like...

Royal Scottish Geographical Society Inspiring People Talks
Royal Scottish Geographical Society Inspiring People Talks
20th February 2019
NA, Various Locations Glasgow
Join the Royal Scottish Geographical Society for their 2018/19 programme of Inspiring People Talks!
Wednesday Highlight Talks
Wednesday Highlight Talks
20th February 2019
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Ayr
Every Wednesday the team at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and volunteers hold a Highlight Talk exploring the life and works of Robert Burns!
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow Lecture Series
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow Lecture Series
20th February 2019
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow City Centre
If you enjoy listening, discussing, and debating, and want to learn more about disciplines old and new, then join The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow at one of their regular lectures!
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TRNSMT Festival
TRNSMT Festival will return to Glasgow Green in 2019 from 12th – 14th July featuring headline sets from Stormzy, Catfish and the Bottlemen and George Ezra!
Dippy On Tour: Glasgow
Dippy, the Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast, is going on a natural history adventure across the UK, and will visit Glasgow between 22nd January - 6th May 2019!
Summer Nights at the Bandstand
The Summer Nights at the Bandstand festival returns to Kelvingrove Park in July and August and includes performances from Bloc Party, Teenage Fanclub, Burt Bacharach, Suede and more!
Macbeth
Following its sold-out London run, the National Theatre will bring Shakespeare’s most intense tragedy, Macbeth to the Theatre Royal Glasgow between 19th & 23rd February 2019!
My Fair Lady
Paisley Musical and Operatic Society bring their production of the beloved musical, My Fair Lady, to the King's Theatre Glasgow in February!

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