The Bridge is the first facility of it's kind in Scotland with an integrated approach to culture, leisure and learning. There are lots of opportunities to enjoy art, music and drama as well as participating in workshops and classes.
The Bridge is home to a variety of different arts organisations, see here below.
Glasgow East Arts Company
Managing Platform and creating arts and cultural events in Glasgow East..
Contact Glasgow East Arts Company on:
0141 276 9670
0141 276 9678 E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Statement offers a vibrant and uplifting focal point for the performing arts and in particular dance and dance-related activity. Through its development over the years Visual Statement reaches out to inspire well-being and creativity, and cultivates a future for the performing arts and dance in the local community.
Visual Statement offers classes and workshops for all ages and abilities, from absolute beginner to advanced levels. Use the menu bar to find out more about Visual Statement Classes, Workshops, Services and Outreach programmes
Flexible Learning Unit
The building is also joined to Glasgow Kelvin College which runs a flexible learning unit in the Bridge.
FLU at the Bridge
In 2006 GEAC took on the management and programming of this new performing arts facility in Easterhouse called Platform, based in the Bridge.
Keep up to date with all the developments at Platform and the latest projects taking place visit the new Platform website at www.platform-online.co.uk .
Library @ the Bridge
Offers educational and information service to people of all ages who lives in Glasgow East.
Everyone is welcome to thelibrary, which has an exciting range of books from The Godfather to The Gruffalo along with newspapers, magazines, videos and DVDs - as well as events and activities throughout the year.
What's On Offer
- novels and factual books
- newspapers and magazines
- CDs, videos and DVDs
- Class sets and course materials
- relax and study areas
- book reservation service
- events and activities
- book discussion groups
- children and young people’s area
Contact library services
0141 2769712 or 2769713
1000 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse G34 9JW
The Macmillan Cancer Information & Support Service
Mondays & Fridays 10am - 2pm
No appointment needed, drop in for confidential support, information, benefits advice, counselling and complementary therapies.
All our services are free, confidential and open to anyone affected by cancer.
Find us at the Library at the Bridge, Easterhouse or call 0141 531 8105.