Lentfest 2017 Events

Lentfest is a community festival run by AGAP (the Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project) since 2007, to encourage reflection on faith ideas through the creative and performing arts during a season of renewal and reparation. It has attracted the support and participation of people from a variety of faith backgrounds, including those of no particular denomination...so wherever you are in your faith journey, you are welcome here!

Thu 30th March - AGAP Theatre: WILDERNESS

AGAP’s hit comedy play from Arts in Autumn 2015 is given a new twist! With a church that is badly in need of repair, dropping numbers in the congregation and no shortage of doom-sayers predicting the closing of the parish,…

Fri 31st March - An Evening With Karol

An atmospheric rehearsed reading of excerpts from the plays and poems of Karol Wojtyla who would later become Pope Saint John Paul II. Performed by pupils of John Paul Academy. Directed by Stephen Callaghan.

Sat 1st April - AGAP Theatre: WILDERNESS

AGAP’s hit comedy play from Arts in Autumn 2015 is given a new twist! With a church that is badly in need of repair, dropping numbers in the congregation and no shortage of doom-sayers predicting the closing of the parish,…

Wed 5th April - Glasgow. New York. New York. Glasgow

A collection of images by Jim Falconer exploring the remarkable similarities (and a few of the contrasts) between Scotland and America's biggest and most famous cities. Jim Falconer is a teacher/ photographer originally from Glasgow but now based in the…