Glasgow’s LGBTQ+ scene may be smaller than its counterparts in London or Manchester, but it is playing host to the development of a uniquely creative, D.I.Y based kind of drag scene. Launched by few but now celebrated by many, the two main weekly shows that thrive in the city have been enjoying their first birthdays… Read More Ready To Suck Harder?
Tonight, Glasgow School of Art presents a one off night full of female rap, trap and grime as a fundraiser for Sisters Uncut. With an appearance from Lady Shocker, a grime rapper from East London, Tomboy looks set to be an insanely cool night for only £5 entry. Also taking to the stage is Sycophantasy,… Read More GSA Feminist Society Presents: Tomboy
Rachel Watson and Emily Wylde are two Glasgow based artists who started working together under the Ghost Girls Society guise four months ago. They are largely an illustration collective but have their first ever club night planned on Saturday 26th November in BLOC+. Their work is hyper feminine, futuristic and cute – I spoke to… Read More Getting Spooky With Ghost Girls Society
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
El and Rowan are two prolific ladies when it comes to the Scottish creative scene. El Parks is an artist and DJ from Edinburgh who recently brought her talents to Glasgow, while Dundonian Rowan is well known for her music making on both the east and west coast since relocating to Glasgow in 2013. The two… Read More El Parks and Rowan Wright: Drugstore Glamour