Welcome to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society.

The Moon and The Four by Roger Billcliffe

We are delighted to have Roger Billcliffe give another talk at Queen’s Cross. The Moon has been a major influence on artists, musicians and poets throughout the centuries. A young Charles Rennie Mackintosh was no different; in 1892 he created his first symbolist watercolour, The Harvest Moon. This depicts the annual phenomenon, when the first full moon is closest to the autumnal equinox or the time of year when crops are traditionally harvested. The Harvest Moon was a major landmark for Mackintosh and certainly a catalyst for The Four.

Monday 21 May at 18.00
Definitely not to be missed!

Tickets for the event cost £7.50 and include refreshments and can booked by phone on 0141 946 6600 or online at mackintosh/eventbrite

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Mackintosh Queen's Cross

The only church designed by Mackintosh to be built and now the Society's International headquarters. Magnificent stained glass and exceptional relief carving on wood and stonework are highlights of the interior where light and space are used to dramatic effect. Mackintosh Queen's Cross has an excellent library and the shop stocks an extensive range of Mackintosh books and gifts.


Mackintosh Queen's Cross
Queen's Cross
870 Garscube Road
G20 7EL

T: +44 (0)141-946-6600
W: www.mackintoshchurch.com
E: info@crmsociety.com

Visitors Information

Mackintosh Resource Centre, Refreshments Area and Gift Shop with great selection of books etc.

Adults £4.00, Concessions £2.00, Children free
Free entry on Wednesday afternoons after 1:00pm

*Does not apply during “Museum of the Moon”

Opening times
Open Monday to Friday 10.00am – 5:00pm
Last admission 4:30pm

Closing days
Note: Mackintosh Queen's Cross is closed on Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Bank Holiday Mondays, Monday 25 June (for de-rig of Museum of the Moon), Glasgow Fair Monday 17th July 2017 and Christmas to New Year closing.

Travel Information
Bus: No 60/60A & 61 from Hope Street at Central Station.
Underground: Alight at St George’s Cross then 15 minute walk through Cromwell Street into Maryhill Road.
Rail: Train to Central or Queen Street Station then bus as above.
Car: M8 J15 eastbound or J17 westbound. Follow Maryhill Road towards Queen’s Cross and turn right into Hinshaw Street. At the lights, go straight across into Firhill Road. Take second on left into Springbank Street and the Church is at the end of the street. On street parking available.

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