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Iod Scotland - BAAD Unveiled – An Influencer's Pop Up Dinner

16 Aug 2017
Barras Art & Design, Glasgow

About BAAD - Barras Art and Design

BAAD is a unique events and creative space in the heart of the Barras founded by Brian Traynor and Ricky Scoular.

The Victorian warehouse features A’Challtainn (Gaelic of the Carlton), a Scottish fish restaurant, along with a courtyard for music and special events, a newly launched outdoor yard for pop up food markets and summer beer garden, and a number of independent sups.

Passionate about food, Brian and Ricky were behind a series of unique outdoor pop-up food ventures in Glasgow’s lanes including Heverlee at Tontine Lane and Gordon Street Lane, as well as the hugely popular Fish Plaice at the Saltmarket during the Commonwealth Games.  They also own the Sub Club and are involved in the Riverside Festival.

In 2016 the duo decided to set up BADD keen to harness the iconic vibrancy the Barras once had with a host of ideas to roll out over the coming months including events to showcase other food entrepreneurs, festivals, and apprenticeship opportunities for locals.

If you are passionate about home grown quality food this is an event not to be missed!

Includes fish tea and drinks - Dress: Business Casual

 

Key details

Date & time: 16 Aug 2017 18:00 - 21:30
Location: Barras Art & Design, Glasgow
CPD Hours: 2.0000

Prices from

35.00 GBP + VAT - Member Price
35.00 GBP + VAT - Member Guest Price
40.00 GBP + VAT - Non Member Price

Event manager:
Ms Patricia Huth
Contact phone:
01315575488
Contact email:
Patricia.Huth@iod.com

Programme

6.00pm - Registration

6.30pm - Welcome by David Hoey, Chair

6.35pm - Ricky Scoular and Brian Traynor provide an insight into setting up BAAD and their ambitions for the space

7.00pm - Two course meal served with drinks

9.00pm - Q & A with Natalie Traynor, Events Manager

9.30pm - Close

Speakers

Passionate about food, Brian and Ricky were behind a series of unique outdoor pop-up food ventures in Glasgow’s lanes including Heverlee at Tontine Lane and Gordon Street Lane, as well as the hugely popular Fish Plaice at the Saltmarket during the Commonwealth Games.  They also own the Sub Club and are involved in the Riverside Festival.

In 2016 the duo decided to set up BADD keen to harness the iconic vibrancy the Barras once had with a host of ideas to roll out over the coming months including events to showcase other food entrepreneurs, festivals, and apprenticeship opportunities for locals.

Sponsors

Pricing

Prices from

35.00 GBP + VAT - Member Price
35.00 GBP + VAT - Member Guest Price
40.00 GBP + VAT - Non Member Price

This event is closed.


Location
  • Barras Art & Design
  • 54 Calton Entry
  • Glasgow
  • G40 2SB