What does our city’s landscape say about its people? Are the women who lived here, worked here and shaped our city represented at all in our public spaces?


From April-June 2017 The Women’s Creative Company worked with Terra Incognita on their As I See It Project to create a statue that represented the hidden histories and untold stories of Glasgow women.


The statue created will be a point of focus in Hidden Footprints, a promenade performance through Merchant City inspired by the historical and contemporary voices of women in our city.


Combining historical fact with personal reflections, we follow in the footsteps of the women who went before us. Sharing little-known tales from the past alongside contemporary musings on the spaces and people of Merchant City, this is a thought-provoking exploration of what these streets mean to us and what they represented to the women before us.

By Vickie Beesley and The Women’s Creative Company


Hidden Footprints is part of Merchant City Festival 2017.


July 29th and July 30th 2017, 12.00, 2.30 and 4.30pm (Tickets £6/£4)

Meeting at City Halls Candleriggs


Tickets are available for this performance.

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Hidden Footprints is supported by Glasgow Life and Heritage Lottery Fund as part of the Stories Stones and Bones campaign.

A Moment's Peace became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) in May 2013. Our Charity Number is SC044000.