Arts inspiration

24th October 2003 at 01:00
Glasgow City Council's sixth annual Inspiration arts festival for young people kicks off tomorrow and runs until November 8. A host of activities and performances will be on offer.

Among the highlights of Inspiration '03 is a display of drumming and contemporary dance from South America and Africa by the London-based Flying Gorillas. Theatre sans Fronti res will perform Le Tour de France, an action adventure for seven- to 12-year-olds, and Shona Reppe will give her puppet show Spend a Penny for four- to nine-year-olds.

Details from the festival director, Maggie Singleton, tel 0141 287 9843.

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