The Mediaeval Glasgow Trust, Glasgow Churches Together and Glasgow Life organise the yearly St Mungo Festival. It celebrates our patron saint and endeavours to increase awareness of the Glasgow’s history through free events and exhibitions which attempt to bring alive the story of the city’s founding to all its people. It is held around the Feast Day of St Mungo on the 13 January. The 2022 Festival is its thirteenth year and takes place 8–17 January.

St MUNGO FESTIVAL 2022

Welcome to the 2022 St Mungo Festival. The Festival is held each year around the feast day of Glasgow’s patron saint St Mungo. The Festival is now in its thirteenth year. All of the events planned for the 2022 Festival are free.

The Opening of the Vita Kentigerni

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Saint Kentigern as bishop, and the origins of the diocese of Glasgow | Dr John Davies

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The Molendinar Lecture 2022: 'Desire Lines' | Catherine Mooney in conversation with Thomas Joshua Cooper

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Venire, Visitare, Videre: In Celebration of Mungo & Columba | Strathclyde Chamber Choir directed by Alan Tavener

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Signs & Symbols of Glasgow Cathedral

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Festival Ecumenical Service

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A Saint and his Uses: Columba, politics and power in the First Millennium | Gilbert Markus

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