culture and a kickin‘ cabaret of performance writing, live music and ‘in yer face' shock tactics. A fresh. young alternative to traditional readings from this Glasgow-based performance wn'ting group exploring themes crossing new frontiers in Queer writing. Includes Gordi Agar. Graeme Bell and Toni Davidson.
I Mliglt Shift Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 7.30pm. £6/£7.50 (£3.50/£4). See Tue 2.
I “1 Oscar Body CCA. Sauchiehall Street. 332 0522. 7.30pm. £6 (£2.50). See Tue 2.
I lesbian Shorts Glasgow Film Theatre. Rose Street. 332 8128. 3.30pm. £1.80—£3.70. See Wed 5.
I Les Units Peeves] Savage lights Glasgow Film Theatre. Rose Street. 332 8128. £1.80—£3.70. See Mon 1.
I lisl Yen/Tile Wedding Banquet Glasgow Film Theatre, Rose Street. 332 8128. 6pm, 8.30pm. £1.80—£3.70. See Sat 30.
I Appetites It The Arches The Arches. Midland Street, 221 9736. 10.30pm. £6 (£5). A celebration of food and sex. starring Split Britches. Excessive Expression lesbian dance company. Horse. live music. special guests. videos including Well Sexy Women and slide projections . . . and food! Women only.
I Footsteps and Witnesses Wateistone's, Union Street. 6.30pm. Free. Refreshments. Poiygon’s Glasgay! launch for Bob Cant’s new book. Footsteps and Witnesses: Gay and Lesbian Life Stories from Scotland. How did gay men meet before law reform in 1967? How do you survive as a lesbian in an isolated community? A major contribution to gay and lesbian oral history.
I lee Lesbian Writers with Harpies a Oeines John Smith’s Bookshop. Byres Road. 7pm. Free. What are lesbians writing about in Scotland? An evening of poetry and prose from unpublished Scottish-based writers on themes including exposure and identity. followed by discussion.
I Oenis Ooran Photography Workshop Street Level Gallery. 279 High Street. 552 2151. Free. See Mon 1.
I ll Yer Face! Old Athenaeum Theatre, Buchanan Street. 332 2333. 10.30am-lpm. 2—5pm. Free. See Mon 1.
FRIDAY 5 Theatre
I Slim Passion Mercat Theatre. Hecla Square. Drumchapel. 944 9022. 7.30pm. £2 (£1). A new play for Glasgay! by Edinburgh-based company Kickback Theatre.
I Oonna IcPhall Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 10pm. £5 (£3.50). A Perrier Award nominee at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Donna McPhail brings her ﬁrst one-woman show to Glasgay! Charm with a killer instinct. Fast and loud. wickedly sharp and uncompromising. See preview. I Niliglt Shift Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 7.30pm. £6/£7.50 (£3.50/£4). See Tue 2.
I Stupid Cupid The Arches, Midland Street, 221 9736. 7pm. £6 (£4). See Thurs I ﬁshnet Sander: Solo Oance The Arches. Midland Street. 221 9736. 9.30pm. £6 (£4). See Thurs 4.
I no Ml. Maryhill Central Community Halls. Maryhill Road. 8pm. £3 (£1.50). See Wed 3.
I Sim! Ceilidh Winter Gardens. People’s Palace, Glasgow Green. 554 0223. 8pm-midnight. Tickets £6 (£5)
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from GLC Project. PO Box 463. Glasgow 012 SN] or Clyde Books. 25 Pamie Street. The latest in the highly successful series of ceilidhs staged by the Gay & Lesbian Centre Project to raise funds for a new social venue in Glasgow.
I Writing tor the Screen CCA. Sauchiehall Street. 332 0522 and RSAMD
tomorrow 10am. £20 (£5). Advance
booking essential from CCA Box Ofﬁce. A two—day practical workshop by Susan Wilkins and Dianne Barry to give budding writers basic information and techniques on how to write for the screen. The ﬁrst day concentrates on scene-writing and structuring narrative and the second day will be an intensive practical workshop to
5' enhance awareness of the visual media. ; I In YO! Face! Old Athenaeum Theatre.
Buchanan Street. 332 2333. 4pm. Free. See Mon 1 for details about joining the workshop. Forum theatre presentation devised since Mon. by participants in a ﬁve-day workshop co-ordinated by Alistair Campbell. Followed by discussion.
I Gay Men’s Headings John Smith‘s Bookshop. Byres Road. 7pm. Free. Graeme Woolaston and Michael Carson read from their latest published works. I Oenis Oorae Photography Workshop Street Level Gallery. 279 High Street. 552 2151. Free. See Mon 1.
I Nllight Shift Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 7.30pm. £6/£7.50 (£3.50/£4). See Tue 2.
I Stupid Cupid The Arches. Midland Street. 221 9736. 7pm. £6 (£4). See Thurs 4
I The Bearheg Maryhill Central Community Halls. Maryhill Road. 8pm. £3 (1.50). See Wed 3.
I Shared Passion Mercat Theatre. Hecla Square. Drumchapel. 944 9022. 7.30pm. £2 (£1). See Fri 5.
I Oonna Mchail Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 10pm. £5 (£3.50). See Fri 5.
I Josefina Cnpldo: One Woman, One Oren! Drama Centre at The Ramshom. Ingram Street. 552 3489. 6pm. £5 (£2.50) or £10 (£5) if bought with a ticket for the Brazilian Street Samba Workshop (see Workshop). Combined ticket available only from the Drama Centre. Songs and poems drawing on jazz. funk and Latin rhythms. improvisations and poetry.
I W at Club X Club X. 25 Royal
iiiiary hansden and Jude Winter in The Way to Cook 3 Wolf
Exchange Square. 204 4599. lOpm-late. The Ofﬁcial End of Festival Party! A spectacular night at Club X. with Rhona Cameron. Maxine Barrie. special guests and more! All proceeds donated to Glasgay!
I Oueer School Citizens‘ Theatre. Gorbals Street. 429 0022. lOam—lpm. £5 (£2.50) only from Citizens’ Box Ofﬁce. Gay Sweatshop is staging an acting workshop. led by one of its Artistic Directors (either James Neale-Kennerley or Lois Weaver) to explore the physicalisation of the emotion through ‘impulse’. working with the notions of a queer aesthetic and the expansion of a theatrical vocabulary. Open to people of mixed ability and all ages. Limited spaces. I lesbian lives in Scotland Ashley Street Centre. off Woodlands Road. 10.30am. Free. Registration to GALS. c/o
: Glasgow Lesbian Line. PO Box 686.
Glasgow G3 7TL or call Lesbian Line 041 552 3355 (Wed 7—10pm). A discussion day organised by GALS (Generating Activities for Lesbians in Scotland) with support from Glasgow Lesbian Line with two main workshops. followed by the opportunity to participate in self-defence. percussion and aromatherapy groups. ‘lmages of Scottish Lesbians’ lets lesbians discuss images of themselves. and place their experience in context.
I Oueer Art - Bad Girls/Bad Boys CCA. Sauchiehall Street. 332 0522. 2pm. Free. How is gay male sexuality represented during the AIDS epidemic? What makes New York the place to be for radical feminist artists? What does ‘queer’ art look like? This two-part talk with slides is presented by artist and critic Simon Watney and CCA Exhibitions Director Nicola White.
I Home Cult or Home Celt? The Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 2pm-4pm. £3 (£2). Do Nationalists and Queers make strange bed-fellows? Do their cultural identities divide or unite them? And what role is there in this for the Scottish theatre? To debate these issues in the latest of its highly successful seminars. GLINT (Gays & Lesbians in Theatre) brings together a group of leading theatre practitioners. including Maggie Kinlock from the Byre Theatre. St Andrews and Clyde Unity Theatre’s John Binnie.
I Josefina Cupido: Brazilian Street Samba Workshop Drama Centre at The Ramshom. Ingram Street. 552 3489. 2-5pm. Tickets £7 (£3) or £10(£5) if bought with a ticket for One Woman. One Drum (see Music). Combined ticket available only from the Drama Centre. Brazilian Street Samba: intoxicating rhythms created from dustbins. bass drums. chopsticks. broom handles and
biscuit tins! Open to all-comers.
I Nllight Shift Tron Theatre. Trongate. 552 4267. 7.30pm. £6/£7.50 (£3.50/£4). See Tue 2.
Days out I Cay Outdoor Club Walks on Water
Queen Street Station concourse. 11am. Free. If you’re in need of recovery after eight days of Glasgay!. join the Gay Outdoor Club for a nine-ish mile wander along the Forth & Clyde Canal.
I Pop Against Homophobia Sat 30—Sun 7. A city-wide display of posters from a group renowned for its positive imaging and graphic appeal.
I lip Against the Wall at Tramway Sat 30—Sat 6. Tramway. Albert Drive. 227 5511. 11am—5pm. Free. Large-scale cartoons from some of the world‘s most highly-rated artists. including American Howard Cruse (currently working on a semi-autobiographical ‘graphic novel’ for DC Comics) and Kate Charlesworth (The
Guardian, The Pink Paper. Gay Scotland). I Pictures at the Bay Tree Sat 30—Sun 7.
Bay Tree Cafe. Great Western Road. Tue—Fri llam—9pm. Sat 10am—9pm. Sun llam—8pm. Free. Pictures by Pepe Ortega.
I Paul liavanagh-Mosson: Celtic Images Sat 30—Sat 6. Café Delmonica. Virginia Street. 552 4803. Ham—midnight. Free. Exhibition of illustrations by this Easterhouse-bom artist now resident in London.
I Open Museum at Glasgay! Sat 30—Sat 6. Drama Centre at The Ramshom. lngram Street. 552 3489. Noon—6pm. Free. A special exhibition for Glasgay!, created from material in the Glasgow Museums collections. Love and Sex; The Family; S&M; Invisibility; Persecution . . . and art.
I Alan Crumlish: Kit of Parts Sat 30—Sat 6. CCA Cafe/Bar. Sauchiehall Street. 332 0522. 9am—midnight. Free. An alphabetical tour of the human body in this specially-created exhibition for Glasgay! by a Glasgow-based photographer.
I Oykes tor a Dime Sun 31—Sun 7. Cafe Cosmo. Glasgow Film Theatre. Rose Street. Noon-10pm (Sun 5-10pm). Free. They don‘t come much cheaper than US lesbian dime novels of the l950s and l9608. Find out how.
I Pierre Turton: A Space to Mediate Sun 31—Sat 6. WASPS. 3rd Floor. King Street. Afternoons. Free. Glasgow-based artist Pierre Turton creates unique. multi-media site-speciﬁc installations. Fascinated by exploring the inner memories of childhood. Turton's work is secretive and provokes the exploration of layers. A Space to Mediate invites viewers to experience and examine their own emotions.
I Samhain: Keltic Clyde Fimhch Sun 31. Custom House Quay. 6.30pm. Free. Pyrotechnics. sculpture. live music. Created through community workshops using fabric. percussion. ironwork. In collaboration with Maryhill Women's Centre and Glasgow Sculpture Studios. Co-ordinated by Glasgow sculptor Jan Sutherland.
I Intemationai 111V and AIDS Posters Mon l—Sat 6. Mercat Theatre. Drumchapel. Free. Curated by Positively Healthy. an agency of Portsmouth and South-East Hampshire Health Authority dealing with HIV and AIDS issues. this exhibition is drawn from a larger collection ﬁrst shown during ‘Europe in Portsmouth' in autumn 1992. The posters to be shown are from Europe. the USA and Australia. and languages include English. Gaelic. Chinese. Urdu and Flemish.
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