Throughout 2015, a regular program of work celebrating equality through the arts - LGBT news, highlights and events from around the UK. New artists, comedy, music, film, theatre, visual art, performance, literature, club nights, education, community arts - varied, transgressive look at LGBT identity/ film. Line up TBA - see website.
March 12-29, 2015. World-class comedy in Glasgow for over a decade; in 2015 the 13th year. Top comedy stars from around the UK and beyond will be coming just to entertain you for 17 days in around 50 different venues, complemented by the very best of home-grown Scottish talent for a comedy extravaganza that makes this Europe’s largest comedy festival.
March 19-28, 2015 films/video/art,/spoken word/filmmaker QAs/panel discussions/music; queer/trans/intersex/people of color film festival/contemporary snapshot of queer passions/preoccupations. Road movies/love, prisons/cooking/SM/life drawing/colonialism/dance/children/electricity/magnets/death/play of light/lipstick/racism/shop work/night life/poetry/space/sex work/pride/mothers/dogs...
April 3, 2015, 9pm-1am, at Underground Bar, 6a John St, Glasgow. Chat up old friends, meet new faces - 1st Fridays each month, as the popular DJ Corky spins some favorite tunes. The BearScots gang will be on hand to say hello and hand out a wee sweet treat. The party will keep you entertained from 9pm til the wee small hours. Next dates: May 1, June 5, July 3, Aug 7, Sept 4, Oct 2, 2015.
July 22-23, 2015, Festival from noon with main stage entertainment, fun fair, cabaret stage, community expo, bars, marketplace, safe trans and VIP space. The boyband Union J will headline Pride Glasgow this year, on Saturday. The Parade will take place on Saturday, to start from Glasgow Green at noon and return to Glasgow Green by about 1pm.
October 9-11, 2015, in Edinburgh. Keep the weekend open for events including a dance party for bears, cubs and friends.
December 31, 2015 noon-10pm, New Year's Eve traditional celebrations with street processions, parties, fireworks and live music concerts. Part of Winter Festivals events beginning with St Andrew's Day, November 30th, through Hogmanay, to Burns Night, January 25, 2016.