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Celtic Connections Meal and Club : Scotland

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An annual favourite returns to the programme – the Meal and Celtic Connections Festival Club Night! First we dine at Antipasti, a lively, bustling restaurant in Glasgow’s city centre. The ruggedly rustic interior, designed by a local artisan, blends woodcraft and ironwork in neutral tones to create a relaxed, comfortable dining space. An inviting menu prides itself on blending authentic Italian cooking with modern presentation.  After dinner we head to The Glee Club, this years venue for the famous Celtic Connection Club. Join local and international artists as they make special unbilled appearances with sparkling host Kevin Macleod to guide you through proceedings. Spaces are limited so please book early.

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