What’s on? Our woman-centric event rundown

Scotland, and particularly Glasgow, has a wild amount of events focusing on creative women. If you’re anything like me, you’ll tick ‘going’ on Facebook to just about everything, as if in two months time you won’t still be completely overwhelmed by life’s responsibilities and completely forget you had plans. Well, I’ve decided to help you (and… Read More What’s on? Our woman-centric event rundown

Fannying Around With Edinburgh’s Premier Genderqueer Drag Queen DJ

20-year-old caffeine fuelled Murray Tait, aka Groundskeeper Fanny, is a rare bird in Scotland. Combining various elements of pop, high and low culture, Tait represents a style of drag that few can replicate. With regular appearances at nights like Such A Drag and The Rabbit Hole Tait has established a strong following across Scotland and the… Read More Fannying Around With Edinburgh’s Premier Genderqueer Drag Queen DJ

Soul Bubble: Interviewing The Woman Who Combines Mindfulness, Music and Wellbeing

Emma Bryceland is a student of music at the Academy of Music and Sound who has come up with an innovative and unique mix of mindfulness, therapy and music to improve mental health. Especially relevant during Depression Awareness Week, Emma’s inspiring but fairly new venture seeks to help people find their inner peace by using… Read More Soul Bubble: Interviewing The Woman Who Combines Mindfulness, Music and Wellbeing

Master Of All Trades: An Interview With Tara Masterson Hally

When I interviewed Jemma Hatherill last week, one name kept coming up again and again throughout our conversation: Tara Masterson Hally. Jemma’s passion for Tara’s work in several creative industries in Scotland was clear, and from that, I decided to get in touch with the woman herself. 23-year-old Tara is Irish, via America, England, Germany… Read More Master Of All Trades: An Interview With Tara Masterson Hally

Push It Real Good: An Interview With Glasgow’s All Female Club Night

Since I moved to Glasgow last year I’ve been dying to go to the monthly club night Push It. I’d heard about it from friends and seen endless Facebook events set on nights that due to several reasons I couldn’t make. During a family crisis I saw Push It were hosting a Nicki Minaj vs… Read More Push It Real Good: An Interview With Glasgow’s All Female Club Night