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. Browse the event archive from 2017 below:

Thu 23rd 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 24th 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,…

Sat 25th 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,…

Sun 26th 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,…

Tue 28th March - The Bridge: 70 Years of St Matthew’s

Join us for an evening of music, drama and much more, to celebrate the 70 year history of Saint Matthew’s Parish, Bishopbriggs. With the participation of Turnbull High School as the school also celebrates its 40th Anniversary. Powered by Eventbrite

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.

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