Merchant City Festival
Thursday, July 23, 2015
We're getting into the festival spirit as the Merchant City Festival takes over Glasgow right on our doorstep. Over the next nine days our signature cocktails will be available every day between 11am and Midnight from The 158 Café Bar at Hutchesons for £5, for the duration of the Festival (25th July - 2nd August).
Just look for the # on our Cocktail Menu or our ask our brilliant bartenders and watch as they create beautiful drinks from our bar.
A few of our favourite signature cocktails:
- WIL P. TAYLOR DAIQUIRI Made with Havana Club Especial, apricot brandy, pineapple juice, lime juice & sugar
- THE REFRESCO - Beefeater Gin, Aperol, lemon juice, mint, sugar & Prosecco
- DON JALISCO - Tapataio Blanco, lychee liqueur, St Germain Elderflower, lime juice & sugar
If youre planning on dining with us in our grand brasserie restaurant during the festival please book your table in advance to avoid disappointment.
More about the Merchant City Festival
The 2015 Merchant City Festival has unveiled full details of the artists, performances and locations which will feature throughout 9 activity-packed and fun-filled days. With outdoor performances, live music, fashion and design, comedy, dance, family events, film, visual arts, markets and outstanding produce and dishes as part of Scotland's Year of Food and Drink, the Merchant City Festival truly has something for everyone.
Street Performance - Fragile at Candleriggs Square
Fragile sees professional and emergent performers and JCB diggers working together in a breath-taking demonstration of strength and agility. Dancers and construction machinery interact in a poignant celebration of the relationship between movement and emotion. Moments of beautiful interaction between humans and machines are designed to be understood through the senses. It is a visceral, exciting experience which moves the audience through risk, daring, beauty and the unexpected.
Music, specialty stalls, and cultural performance will all enhance this singularly urban environment, with Turner Prize winner Douglas Gordon’s ‘Empire’ sign being just one of the iconic neon artworks located in Tontine Lane to be re-illuminated during the event.
EGGMEN: CIRQUE DU KAKA
Sun 2 Aug 1pm & 3.30pm Corner of Wilson Street and Hutcheson Street
Get ready, the world’s most bonkers circus is making its way to you.
For the full programme of events click here