Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre

Nadine Aisha Jassat- The Hidden Story of Estie Noor

Nadine Aisha Jassat- The Hidden Story of Estie Noor
Free - Drop-in - no ticket required
Dates and times
23rd Jun 2024
1:00PM - 1:45PM
9 Years +

The summer holidays are the perfect time for children to enjoy a good book or six!

Glasgow Libraries are delighted to once again offer the Summer Reading Challenge- a fun free programme for children which both encourages and rewards reading during the holidays. Pop into your local library from Saturday the 22nd June and sign up to take part in this year’s ‘Marvellous Makers’ challenge theme which celebrates the creative arts.  

As part of our programme of Summer Reading Challenge activities Glasgow Libraries have teamed up with Glasgow Mela, the city's multicultural festival of music, dance and arts, to offer an engaging and interactive author talk for families at the festival.  

Join Nadine Aisha Jassat at Glasgow Mela to talk about the inspiration behind her children’s novels The Hidden Story of Estie Noor and The Stories Grandma Forgot and have the chance to come up with author ideas of your own.

Drop In, Free Family Event, Suitable for children ages 9+, Glasgow Mela Festival- Participatory Programme, Kelvingrove Bandstand 

Accessible toilets

For any access queries please contact 0141 353 8000

Assistance dogs

Guide and assistance dogs are welcome. 

Wheelchair access

Elevated platform for large events and stage front designated area accessed from Kelvingrove Park. For any access queries please contact 0141 353 8050. 

Cafe or restaurant

Only at select events


On street metered and nearby metered car park

Location Map

If you are planning an event and looking for a location with a ‘wow’ factor, look no further than this unique venue with endless quirky charm​. Visit the Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre's venue hire web page to find out more.

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