Roasting a pig in the kiln at Ingram Street
|Clip Title||Roasting a pig in the kiln at Ingram Street|
|Interviewee Name||Bill Blacker|
|Interviewee Role||Founding Member of Glasgow Print Studio in 1972. Worked in the St Vincent Crescent and Ingram Street locations.|
|Interviewer Name||Kerry Patterson|
|Interview Date||6 November 2018|
|Clip Length||0 minutes 52 seconds|
BB: Well, we, for a few years we had a sort of midsummer party. Erm… that was mainly when we went to Ingram Street because there was a, there were these pottery kilns there. And my father was in the meat trade, so Calum thought “Oh, could your dad not get us a pig?” So, I said “well I’ll ask him!” [laughter]. Anyway we did, we got a pig and we had a roast pig [laughter] party up in Ingram Street! Lots of drinks, and lots of barbequed pork! [laughter]. Aye no, those were good nights, yeah we had a bit of music going and it was usually pretty good.