Wildscreen Roadshow: Glasgow

We’re hitting the Road with more screenings and talks, from our 2022 Official Selection!

18th – 19th March 2023, Glasgow Science Centre


Take a look at our exciting line up of screenings and talks from filmmakers and conservationists!


Tickets are on sale, with concessions starting at £12! 

Book your Day or Weekend Pass now!

Jackie Savery

Exec producer and co-founder of Scottish indie Maramedia.She has worked on 100 + hours of award-winning natural history. Recent projects include Chasing the Rains (SKY and Love Nature), as well as the Emmy nominated Highlands (BBC) narrated by Ewan McGregor.

Fraser Purdie

A self taught composer, whose recent works include the BAFTA TV nominated ‘Attenborough’s Life That Glows‘ , 4 part series ‘Chasing The Rains‘ and ‘My Garden of a Thousand Bees

Jasmine Isa Qureshi

Writer, Journalist, Researcher – previously working for Netflix at Wild Space Productions, BBC Natural History Unit / BBC Earth, and Sound Off Films – Wildlife Film-maker, Ambassador for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

Olivia Massey

Bristol based Researcher and Assistant whose first role was working on ‘My Garden of a Thousand Bees‘. She now works as a full time Runner. 

Georgia Torres

Dr Isla Hodgson

A NERC-funded scientist working in ocean governance, and Science Communicator for the Save Our Seas Foundation, hosting their official podcast, World of Sharks. She is a fierce advocate for Scottish seas and has spent the last five years working with the iconic basking shark.

Rachel Brooks

International selling wildlife artist and story teller. Specialising in marine life illustrations. She is an advocate for celebrating the often over looked marine life found in UK waters, and for shark conservation.

Kirsty Crawford

Community Engagement and Volunteer Manager for the Marine Conservation Society (MCS). Previously at the Zoological Society of London, Buglife & The Conservation Volunteers. She also runs her own online platform for support in switching to a conservation career.


The main entrances and exits to Glasgow Science Centre are wheelchair accessible. Ample parking is available for mobility-impaired visitors.

A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available in our car park. Parking for Blue Badge holders is free of charge. When you arrive at the main ticket desk, please present your parking ticket and the operator will be happy to discount your parking. Further details about visitor accessibility at the centre can be found here.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch by emailing: bookings@wildscreen.org.uk.

Check out Climate Fringe’s Green Map of Glasgow!

Getting here

We encourage our attendees to consider the impact of their travel to the event, walking, cycling or using public transport where possible. The screenings are taking place in the Tower North within Glasgow Science Centre. The Science Centre is well served by public footpaths and only takes about 30 minutes to walk to along the riverside from the heart of the City Centre.

For those coming by bike, Glasgow Science Centre is close to National Cycle Route 7. There are cycle stands located close to the entrance of the centre.

The venue is easily accessible by bus and subway. For more details of getting here and routes via public transport please visit Glasgow Science Centre’s website here.


Tickets are on sale, with concessions starting at £12! 

Book your Day or Weekend Pass now!


A massive thank you to our Supporters Screen Scotland and Sponsors Save our Seas Foundation.