THE Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow remains within the cordoned area in Garnethill following the fire at the School of Art and the O2 ABC music venue.

The CCA team hopes to gain access to the building sometime this month but there is no confirmed date for entry as yet.

Staff have been working with programme partners to rehome events they had scheduled throughout this period and new venues have been arranged for the following this week:

Hedwig And The Angry Inch

The opening event of Scalarama Glasgow features live drag performances before a screening of the John Cameron Mitchell hit.

Tonight, Seamore Neighbourhood Cinema, 304 Maryhill Road, Glasgow, 8pm, £5.83. Tickets:

Beth Rowley

Atmospheric, dusty gospel from the singer-songwriter (pictured) who recently returned with new album Gota Fria.

Tomorrow, Stereo, 22-28 Renfield Lane, Glasgow, 7.30pm, £14. Tickets:

Forgotten Silver

New Zealand film buffs Southern Exposure present Peter Jackson’s film about “forgotten pioneer” Colin McKenzie.

Sep 5, ISO Design, 65 Virginia St, Glasgow, 7pm, £3.73. Tickets:


Women’s community cinema project She’s En Scene presents a screening and discussion of the coming of age drama set in a rough neighbourhood on the edge of Paris.

Sep 7, ISO Design, 65 Virginia St, Glasgow, 7pm, £5, £3 concs. Tickets:

Joe Dante’s The Movie Orgy

Matchbox Cineclub screen the current, sprawling 270-minute version of the Gremlins director’s ever-evolving compilation of clips, ads and trailers.

Sep 9, The Old Hairdressers, Renfield Lane, Glasgow, noon, free but ticketed. Tickets: