1. Milk bottle top collection (I don’t drink milk), James Stephen Wright, 2014.

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    Bottle top collection (I don’t drink milk), James Stephen Wright, 2014. ‘Last of all, for a time I put my head in the bag containing my collection of milk bottle tops and breathed in the rich, sour odor of the tops.’ Philip K Dick, 1975, Confessions of a crap artist. Jame

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    • BEHAVIOUR 2015 [Teaser trailer]

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      BEHAVIOUR is The Arches’ festival of essential live performance, providing a snapshot of today’s mould-breaking international and UK artists. Wednesday 8 April – Sunday 17 May 2015 Chris Kondek & Christiane Kühl | Dead Centre | Coney | Chris Thorpe & Rachel Chavkin | Nic Green | Amy Sharrocks | Andy Field | Ishbel McFarlane | Gob Squad | Sako Kojima | Peter McMaster | Christopher Brett Bailey | Tim Etchells | Ian Johnston, Gary Gardiner & Adrian Howells | Christeene | David Hoyle & many more Festival Passes available from 12pm, Monday 23 February 2015. http://www.thearches.co.uk/events/arts/behaviour-festival-2015 Join the conversation on Twitter, using #BHVR2015.

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      • ENDURANCE by Catrin Evans and The Women's Creative Company: Abridged version

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        This video contains additional material on the production -including show highlights and some selected scenes from the full performance. ENDURANCE, a theatre piece by A Moment's Peace and The Arches co-produced with The Women's Creative Company was performed in July as part of the cultural 'Festival 2014' of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. The production was inspired by the stories of sportswoman from across the world who have participated in the Commonwealth Games since 1930. It celebrated their achievements and asked questions about the challenges and barriers still facing women in sport. It was presented by 16 women from across Glasgow (Scotland) who came together to search, recreate and imagine the stories of mighty women past and present.

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        • The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot - Trailer

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          The Arches presents a macrobert production The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot Written by Oliver Emanuel | Directed by Gareth Nicholls Starring David Ireland & Alasdair Hankinson Everyone loves Christmas, don’t they? The presents, the tree and especially Brussels sprouts! Mr McGregor loves it so much he wishes it could be Christmas every day. But not Johnny. Johnny hates Christmas. He’s the little boy that Santa Claus forgot… So can Mr McGregor save Christmas? What is the greatest gift in the world? And is that turkey really doing origami…? A festive adventure story for all the family about gifts, friendship and the importance of eating your vegetables. Ideal for ages 3-8. Performance lasts 45mins | Accessible for wheelchair uses | Small theatre so every seat has a great view | Kids’ menu in the Cafe Bar | Activity sheet available Early booking advised! _____________________________ Praise for previous Arches’ Christmas shows: “Brilliant! Loved the approach and the close proximity to the actors, it really kept the kids entranced. I will definitely come again.” -Heather Scott “Have attended the last 3 years – every year great. Ticket price fab. Venue and staff excellent. Reccommend it to friends. Love it. So family friendly.” -Alison Tausney _____________________________ Press for The Little Boy that Santa Claus Forgot: ‘A scrumptious piece of storytelling’ The Stage ★★★★ The Herald http://www.thearches.co.uk/events/arts/the-little-boy-that-santa-claus-forgot

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          • How You Gonna Live Yours Dash - 5 Minute excerpt

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            This is a 5 Minute excerpt from a sharing of 'How You Gonna Live Your Dash', a new work of live art and contemporary performance by Jenna Watt, that was staged at the Arches, Glasgow in October 2014.

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            • Gary McNair: War On Christmas - Trailer

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              Fresh from his award winning, sell-out Fringe show, Donald Robertson Is Not A Standup Comedian, Gary McNair hits The Arches with a hilariously anarchic take on the Christmas spirit. Step into the shoes of an enthusiastic young Santa working one of Glasgow’s poorest grottos, as he embarks on a journey to find the true meaning of the season. But be warned: A Christmas Carol this is not. Invoking equal parts glitter and chaos, McNair invites audiences to work themselves into a festive frenzy in a night of song, silliness and social commentary that will have you saying ‘Humbug!’ to that John Lewis advert. War on Christmas mixes the best bits of traditional Christmas entertainment with a decent helping of satire, aiming squarely at a decidedly adult- if not entirely grownup- audience... WAR ON CHRISTMAS | Thu 11 - Sun 28 Dec 2014 | 7.30pm | Tickets: £10/£8 | Preview (Thu 11): £6/£4 | 18+ http://www.thearches.co.uk/events/arts/gary-mcnair-war-on-christmas

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              • OOG Trailer 2

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                A trailer made during the run of Oog at The Arches, Glasgow, 30th October - 1st November 2014.

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                • Al Seed - OOG Trailer

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                  The Arches presents Al Seed's Oog Thu 30 Oct - Sat 1 Nov 2014 | 7pm (50mins) | £10/£8 | 14+ Multi-award winning performer Al Seed returns to The Arches with his first entirely movement-based solo since The Factory. The end of a war, a locked cellar, Oog… This intensely physical performance, driven by a blistering soundtrack, is a visual poem about violence and its aftermath. Press for Al Seed’s previous works: “This is a triumph.” The Herald (On The Red Room) “The best show in this vein to emerge from Scotland so far.” The Scotsman (On The Fooligan) “Al Seed can captivate an audience without leaving his seat.” The Scotsman (On The Factory)

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                  • Hot Since 82 @ The Arches

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                    Moda Black // Knee Deep In Sound Artists: Hot Since 82, Route 94, Jaymo and Andy George, andhim

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                    • (Why) Does It Make Me Feel (So) Good? // LCD screen video

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                      Video displayed on LCD screen as part of the (Why) Does It Make Me Feel (So) Good? performance/installation at Arches LIVE 2014. Made in collaboration with Alex Lunn & Katie Oswell

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