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Music Connects 2018

Turning Point Scotland is proud to present a fantastic night of live music and comedy hosted by Allan Park and featuring Ferry favourites Shardlake and up and coming Scottish mod rock band Dogtooth amongst other acts. The special live event aims highlight the work TPS is doing around homelessness, in particular Housing First.

People affected by homelessness are valued members of society and in amongst our night of fun, laughter and great songs we want to take a moment to consider the serious issues of homelessness.

The evening will include comedy and music but we are using it to raise awareness of our work in this area to as many audiences as we can, not just those that attend on the night.

Music Connects 2018 will take place on Wednesday 19th September @The Ferry Anderston Quay, Glasgow

Doors @ 6pm

Advance tickets £10 + b/fee

On the night price £12

You can buy tickets 01698 360085 now from the Ferry box office but they will also be on sale online in the coming weeks via

Thanks to Faxco for sponsoring the places of people being supported to attend. They have been providing managed print services for 24 years, including to Turning Point Scotland.

Faxco have long been recognised as a supporter of  3rd Sector Charitable Organisations across a broad spectrum of charities & services.

We are delighted to be supporting Turning Point Scotland’s Music Connects event at Ferry and see this as a positive and supportive message to send out, that highlights the urgent requirement to help people experiencing homelessness in Glasgow and across wider Scotland.

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