AWARDS PRIDE AWARDS 2003 David Leddy, festival producer of Glasgay! was among the list of prize winners at this year’s Pride Awards, held by PHACE Scotland.
Leddy scooped The List Events Guide Award for Art and Entertainment in recognition of the work he has done during his two years with the festival. He has brought internationally acclaimed performers and world premiere shows to the already impressive Glagay! Programme and has developed an all inclusive community element to the tenth year of the festival.
Patrick Harvie MSP won the Ian Dunn Memorial Award for Activism,
while the PHACE Scotland Award for Health was given to Alastair Pringle
of Inclusion Scotland.
Glasgow poet Edwin Morgan was given the Jackie Forster Memorial Award for Culture, and the Equality Network ‘Friend for Life’ Award was presented to Helena Scott from Age Concern Scotland.
PHACE Scotland organises the awards to acknowledge the many people and organisations that do tireless, and often unrecognised, work to promote and support the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transexual communities, and continue to promote equality, tolerance and respect.
This year’s awards ceremony - the sixth — was held at the Polo Lounge’s trophy room in Glasgow. Previous winners include Ali Jarvis of Stonewall, the Steve Retson Project, the singer Horse, Chief Inspector Gavin Buist of Lothian & Borders Police and the Glasgow Women’s Library. The List itself was also honoured last year, winning the Jackie Forster Memorial Award for Culture for the listings and information in its gay pages. (Jane Hamilton)
Events are listed by city, date, then type. Submit listings at least ten days before publication to glasgowelist.co.uk, by post or by fax on 0141 353 2803. Listings are compiled by Jane Hamilton.
DogGod Qbar. the Corinthian. l‘)l lngratn Street. 552 ll0l. I0.30pm 3am. £2. Weekly. New gay/mixed night promising everything from Kylie to house to electro-rock.
Diverse Talents LGBT Centre. ll Dixon Street. 22l 7203. Thu 27 Nov—Sun IS Jan. I lain-midnight. Free. An art exhibition for and by the LUBT community.
Lovelight The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 565 l()23. Thu 27-~Sun 30 Nov. 1 lam~l lptn. Free. Scotland based (iirlygoo Projects present a show of colourful photographic works ol people and places. I’ur! thilusguy‘.’
Glasgow Fridays Exhibitions Diverse Talents LGB'I‘ Centre. It Dixon Street. 221 7203. Thu 27 Nov—Sun IS Jan. I lam-«midnight. Free. See Thu. Lovelight The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 565 l()23. Thu 27 -Sun 30 Nov. I Iain l Iptn. Free. See Thu.
Burly Soundhaus. 47 llydepark Street. 221 465‘). Fri 28 Nov. l()pm-4am. £8 (£6 members). A new venue lor the last Burly club night ol the year which promises to be cruisier than ever.
Girls on Top Bennets. ‘)0 (ilasslord Street. 552 576i. Fri 5 Dec.
I Ipm- 3.30am. £3 -£6 (£2 £5). Monthly. The girls only clth hits its lilth anniversary and welcomes vocalist Jo Francis to help the celebrations along.
Rhona Cameron Tramway. 25 Albert Drive. 0845 330 3501. Fri 2S Nov. Spin. £l2. Following the release ol her novel .N'ineteen .S'evenrv Nine. the comedian who grew up in Mtisselburgh returns to stand-up on her latest tour.
Diverse Talents LGB'I‘ Centre. It Dixon Street. 22l 7203. Thu 27
Nov Sun IS Jan. llatn midnight. Free. See Thu.
Lovelight The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 565 l()23. Thu 27 Sun 30 Nov. 1 Iain l lptn. Free. See Thu.
Diverse Talents LUB'I‘ Centre. I 1 Dixon Street. 22] 7203. Thu 27 Nov—Sun IS Jan. llatn midnight. Free. See Thu.
Lovelight The Arches. 253 Argyle Street. 565 l()23. Thu 27--Sun 30 Nov. l Iam~ I lptn. Free. See Thu.
World AIDS Day Youth Event Renlield St Stephen's Church. 260 Bath Street. 332 42‘)3. Sun 30 Nov.
630- I().30pm. Free. An opportunity tor all young LUBT to come together to listen. learn. worship and retnetnber.
Diverse Talents l.(iB'l‘ Centre. I I Dixon Street. 221 7203. Thu 27
Nov Sun IS Jan. llam midnight. Free. See Thu.
World AIDS Day Service St Mary's lipiscopal Cathedral. 300 (ireat Western Road. 33‘) 66‘)I. Mon I Dec. 7.30pm. Free. A time to remember. rellect and celebrate the lives ol those allected by HIV/AIDS. The Cathedral will also have
space lor meditation and rellection lrotn 4 6pm.
Pink Penelopes l’enelope's Niteclub. IS Jamaica Street. S47 ()S20. 1 Ipm 3am. Free. Weekly. ()pen alter a long hiatus Penelope's are resurrecting their weekly gay night.
Diverse Talents l.(;B’l‘ Centre. I I Dixon Street. 22l 7203. Thu 27
Nov Sun IS Jan. llam midnight. Free. See Thu.
Allure The 'I'unnel. S4 Mitchell Street. 204 I000. ll.30pm 3am. £3. Weekly. New gay club lrom the people behind Cube's Passionality and MN promising happy. cheesy pop in the company ol DJ Darren.
Fourplay Iinvy'. 26 Cambridge Street. 332 3437. lem 3am. £4 (£2 with lIyer). Weekly. New gay club.
001' The Stand. 333 Woodlands Road. 0S70 600 6055. “ed l0 Dee. 9pm. L6 1155). Monthly. The Stantl's monthly dose ol catnp comedy with Craig Hill introdttcing Claire Summerskill and Sarah Ledger While Jlll Peacock tlties hosts her ('ampest l.ink quiz.
Diverse Talents l.(il£'l‘ Centre. I l Dixon Street. 22I 7203. Thu 27
Nov Sun IS Jan. Ilatn midnight. Free. See Thu.
Blaze ligo. Picardy Place. 47S 7434. Fri 5 Dec. I lpm 3am. £3 belore midnight: £4 alter. Fortnightly. New club lrotn James Longworth promising to ignite the gay weekend with a chart and commercial/ltmky house soundtrack. Woman’s Own Club Java. Commercial Street. I.eith. 555 5622. Fri 5 Dec. l()pm 2am. £5 belore midnight: £7 alter. Monthly. Women only club with resident DJ Roz. As an added bonus taxi l'ares ol tip to 9.5 can be claimed back by groups ol live when paying into the club and showing a valid receipt.
World AIDS Day: Education for Life l.(iliT Youth Room. I.(iliT Centre. 60 Broughton Street. 47S 706‘). Fri 2S Nov. 6 Spm. Free. Workshop open to all I.(iliT young people aged between
I3 25 looking at HIV/AIDS and making
Mingin’ Sttidio 24 ltlpslttll'sl. Calton Road. 55S 375S. Sat 2‘) Nov.
l0.30pm 3am. £5 belore midnight: £6 alter. Monthly. (iay -lriend|y clubbing with residents Brian Dempster and Alan Joy.
Eye Candy Massa. 36 3‘) Market Street. 226 4224. llpm 3am. [S (9.6 il otitt'ageously tlt‘essetl). Sat 2‘) .Nov. Fortnightly. Residents (iraeme Popstar. Nejat Barton and Neil ('rookston host their inlamous. glam house party.
Men Only ('Iaremont. I33 I35 Fast (‘lat‘emtinl Street. 556 5662. Sat 6 Dec. Spm. Free. Fortnightly. MSC and the Bears organise the men only night with a dress code as wild as you like.
Velvet The CommpIe\. 3‘) 40 Commercial Street. 555 5622. Sat 6 Dec. l0pm 2am. £612 lor l belore
I0.30pm £5). Monthly. A new venue lor the clttb night lor gay girlies and their invited gay boy lriends.
Wiggle ligo. Picardy Place. 47S 7434. Sat 6 Dec. I Iptn 3am. L“). Monthly. Trendy Wendy is joined by Jon Pleased in the main hall while Sally F and Michelle hold the lort downstairs.
BootyLUSHous Cocteau Lounge. ligo. Picardy Place. 47S 7434. Sun 30 Nov. I Iptn 3am. £2. Weekly tnot Sun 7 Dec). (iay/mived night leattiring DJ Dale l.nsh playing a masterlul blend ol R&B. sotil and tank.
Moroccan Booty Medina itmder Negociantsi. 45 47 Lothian Street. 225 63l3. Sun 7 Dec. Time the. 9.2. One oll move lrom Bootyl.l'SlIous as they take on a Moroccan theme to match their surroundings.
Taste The Liquid Room. 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564. l Ipm 3am. £5 belore 1 1.30pm: L'S (£6 members) alter; U0 non-members on guest DJ nights. Weekly. Tasty brew ol house and garage. Tackno Massa. 36 3‘) Market Street. 2264224. Sun 30 Nov. 10.30pm 3am. £3 £6. Monthly. Cheesy chatty tunes lrom Trendy Wendy.
Pride Scotia Winter Fair Manslield 'I‘raqttair. Broughton Street. Sttn 30 Nov. l 5pm. Free. linjoy some lree mulled wine while visiting the tnany stalls and workshops.
World AIDS Day Church ol St John the livangelist. Princes Street. 66l 0‘)S2. Mon I Dec. 6.30pm. Free. A titne to rellect and remember those whose lives have been allected by HIV/AIDS. World AIDS Day: Celebration for Life I.(iBT Centre. 60 Broughton Street. 478 706‘). Mon J Dec. 3 l lpttt. Free. Following a candle light gathering at the tree planted to commemorate World AIDS Day 200I l(iaylield Square. opposite Planet ()tlll at 7.30pm the l.(iBT Centre will welcome everyone
w ith l’tisiliy e speakers. inlormalion stalls. live music. dancing and a lree bullet.
Vibe ligo. Picardy Place. 47S 7434.
I lptn 3am. £3 (£2 membersi. Weekly. James l.ongworth prov ides the sounds upstairs at this popular. sparkly. charty party while Nathan Scantlebury plays an Riki; mix downstairs.
CDT on Tuesday The Stand. 5 York- Place. 55S 7272. Tue ‘) Dec. Monthly. See (ilasgtm \Vetl.
FOSSE The legendary Broadway choreographer is celebrated at the Edinburgh PlayhOuse with performances of some of his best loved work. from Sweet Charity to Cabaret. See theatre.
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