Glasgay! runs from Fri 30 Oct to Sun 8 Nov.
Glasgay! is based at 18 Albion Street. 2nd Floor. Glasgow. G1 lLH. For a programme. call 400 0301. A cafe bar. offering special menus and prices. will be operating throughout the festival at the Glasgow Gay and Lesbian Centre. 1 1 Dixon Street (400 1008) from '
l lain-midnight (l lam~l Iptn Sun). Also. watch out for special pub and club events. Further listings next issue. Listings compiled by Miles Fielder.
Equality Conference Central Hotel. 99 Gordon Street. 10.30am—5pm. £10. Annual conference for lesbian. gay. bisexual and transgender people. aiming to promote co-operation and to develop policy proposals for Scottish Parliament. For advance registration. contact the Equality Network on 07020 933 952. The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. 1 1am—7pm. Free. New gay visual arts space created for Glasgay! and housing live exhibitions illustrating different aspects of being gay now and through the ages: Born Ali'ktt'ut‘tl. Body Positive. Generations ()fPersecution. Space and Love. Guided tours and open forums with guest speakers throughout the week.
Fire Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 10pm. £4.25 (£3). Romantic tale of a New Delhi woman‘s lesbian sexual awakening with her best friend during the Festival of Fire.
The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. I lam—7pm. Free. See Fri 30.
Gala Day Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. Noon—4pm. Free. Camp carnival for all the family: Jumble. tombola. bric- a-brac. prize bingo. home baking. tea and biscuits plus the opportunity to choose Glasgayl's first ever Gala King and Queen.
Edward II Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. 7.30pm. £7 (£3) frotn 287 551 1. Radical reworking of Christopher Marlowe's homoerotic 17th century stage drama.
Chloe Poems ls Kinky Cottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 8pm. £6 (£4) from 287 551 I. New show from the gingham diva who does for poetry what Madonna did for sex.
Bewitched Pearce Institute. 840 Govan Road. 9pm—2am. £5 (£3) from 552 8345.
Glasgow Womens‘ Library presents a women-only cocktail of live music. ceilidh and disco.
The Haunting Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 10pm. £4.25. (‘ult haunted house movie with lesbian subtext. starring (‘laire Bloom and Julie Harris. Lesbian Vampire Gathering in the (EFT bar from 9pm.
The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. 1 Iain -7pm. Free. See Fri 30.
Art Farty Sadie Frost’s. 8— 10 West George Street. 1pm. Free. Workshop exploring how the arts can reach out to new audiences. ls access restricted by poverty and class'.’
Metropolitan Community Church - Special Service Glasgow Gay & Lesbian ('cntre. l 1 Dixon Street. 2--4pm. Free. Service held by (‘ecelia ligleston. liuropean District (‘oordinator for the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan (‘ommunity Churches.
Edward II Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingratn Street. 7.30pm. £7 (£3) from 287 551 1. See Sat 31.
Hello Dolly Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 7.30pm. £5 (£4). A Glasgay! benefit screening that boasts a new 70mm print of the classic Barbara Streisand musical. Prizes for best fancy dress plus audience sing-a-long.
Chloe Poems Is Kinky (‘ottier Theatre. I'Iyndland Street. 8pm. £6 (£4) from 287 5511. See Sat 31.
God of glam: Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Velvet Goldmine at the GFT
The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. I lam—7pm. Free. See Fri 30.
Velvet Goldmine Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 3.15pm and 8.15pm. £3.25 (£2)/£4.25 (£3). Todd Haynes‘ fab portrait of the British glam rock scene in the 70s. starring Ewan McGregor. screens throughout Glasgay! See Film section for review and listings.
Edwin Morgan Waterstone's. 153—157 Sauchiehall Street. 5.15pm. Free. ()ne of Scotland‘s most famous poets talks about his life. career and favourite book. [Safe] Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 5.45pm. £3.25 (£2). Todd Ilaynes' extraordinary movie stars Julianne Moore as a woman who becomes allergic to life in modern-day America.
Lesbian Oral History Project The Womens‘ Library. 109 Trongate. 7pm. Free. Launch with call for participation in project preserving the history of lesbian life in Glasgow. Call 552 8345.
Small Domestic Acts Cottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 8pm. £6 (£4) from 287 551 1. Scottish premiere of Joan Lipkin's provocative drama about gender and falling in and out of love.
The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. I lam—7pm. Free. See Fri 30. Open forum at 5pm on Generations ()j'l"rs‘ei'ution. an exhibition highlighting Amnesty International campaigns against sexual discrimination.
Love! Valour! Compassion! Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 6pm. £4.25 (£3). Big screen adaptation of the award-winning play in which eight gay Americans spend a weekend of sex. gossip and skinny-dipping in the country.
An Evenin With Amanda Scott And Stella D Waterstone‘s. 153—157 Sauchiehall Street. 332 9105. 7pm. £2 (£1 ). The lesbian crime novelists read from their new books. Scott‘s Nightmares and Duffy‘s Singing ()m The ('ouples. Dandy Dust Glasgow Film and Video Workshop. 34 Albion Street. 553 2620. 7.30pm. £2 (£1 ). Programme of non- tnainstreatn film and video work. curated by New Visions. and including Angela Hans Sheirl‘s Dam/y Dust. an example of ‘transgendered. horror- comix. fetish. punk. poly-media. spttrt cinema'.
Edward II Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. 7.30pm. £5 (£1.50) from 287 5511. See Sat 31.
Small Domestic Acts (‘ottier Theatre. Hyndland Street. 8pm. £6 (£4) from 287 5511. See Mon 2.
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The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. I lam-7pm. Free. See Fri 30. Open forum at 5pm on Generations ()fLot'e. a multi- media exhibition focusing on the growing issue of the ‘shadow of HIV'.
Horse Waterstone’s. 5.15pm. Free. Glasgow's very own diva talks about her musical influences. new show and favourite book.
Nowhere Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 6.30pm. £4.25 (£3). Wild and surreal Greg Araki movie exploring the emotional turmoil of a multi-racial group of adolescents
ex erimenting with sex.
E ward II Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. 7.30pm. £5 (£1.50) frotn 287 5511. See Sat 31.
Fingerlicks The Arches. Midland Street. 221 4001. 7.30 pm. £6 (£3). Pussy- loving. bike-riding. guitar-playing. fingerlicking stories from dykes. sisters and lovers. devised and performed by lesbians living in Glasgow. See preview.
The Gordon's Gallery 34 Albion Street. I lam—7pm. Free. See Fri 30. Open forum at 5pm on Body Positive. two photographic exhibitions: an essay about the HIV sufferer care group. Foodline. and a collection by the Body Positive group. Dark Victory Glasgow Film Theatre. 12 Rose Street. 332 8128. 6.15pm. £4.25 (£3). Bette Davis on top form as the petulant Long Island heiress who learns she has only months to live.
Little Pink Pictures Glasgow Film and Video Workshop. 34 Albion Street. 7pm. Free. World premiere of new gay short films: David Kinloch‘s Bed. Louise Lockwood's Ilonto Homes and Robin Mitchell's Dream On Marine Boy. Followed by a talk with filmtnakers Dianne Barry. Lucinda Broadbent and Stuart Brown.
Edward II Ratnshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. 7.30pm. £7 (£3) from 287 551 I. See Sat 31.
Fingerlicks The Arches. Midland Street. 7.30pm. £6 (£3) from 221 4001. See Wed
The Dyke & The Porn Star The Arches. Midland Street. 9.30pm. £6 (£4) from 221 4001. Direct from the Sydney Mardi Gras. a sexually explicit drama about a young butch dyke's obsession with a top porn star.
Cabaret Sauvignon Ramshorn Theatre. 98 Ingram Street. 1 lptn. £5 (£2.50) from 287 551 1. Vintage songs. poetry and fiction from the dry wit of Robyn Archer. via the palate of Noel Coward.
GLASGAY! CONTINUES UNTII. SUN 8 NOV. MORE DETAILS NEXT ISSUE
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