Posts Tagged ‘nightlife’

Owing to some judicious use of the refresh button in the 30 seconds before they went on sale last year: front row seats at Wicked! 💚 If possible, I loved it even more at the Edinburgh Playhouse than when we saw it in London all those years ago.

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Kim Khaos unveils her new Salome act tomorrow (Fri 28th of October) at The Glitter & Grind Revue. Held at the Polo Lounge in Glasgow, it promises to be a glittering evening of cabaret, burlesque, drag and more! You have until midnight tonight to grab advance tickets for just £10 either online here or in person at Luke & Jack on Virginia St (right across the road from the venue). Otherwise, you can get tickets on the door on the night for £12. Doors open at 7:30, full details on the event page.

I’ll be there (in full costume), and hope to see you, too! 🎃

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Behind the scenes shooting the ladies of DraGart. Keep an eye on their website for upcoming shows!

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Live at The Hug and Pint, Glasgow (17/10/16) with the always wonderful Jay Brannan (who’s officially rivalling Cher for farewell tours). Jay is currently touring through Europe promoting his new EP New York, New York – check his page to see if he’s playing a city near you!

This was actually my 5th time seeing Jay perform, but the first on all of those to pass without incident. Jay told us afterwards that he’d specifically planned his return to Glasgow for a Monday night based on previous experiences!

The West End Festival presents a spectacular light and sound experience at the Botanic Gardens here in Glasgow. You can see my photos from the original event here.

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Halloween might be over but there are still plenty of scares to come! Here’s the teaser trailer for the video I shot with The Death Do Us Part Danger Show last month; fantastically described by one viewer as being “like a wedding video Quentin Tarantino made”. 🔪

See some select video stills under the cut.

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“We have a metamorph loose! Could be anybody.” (Mystique from the X-Men series.)

I’ve got you you under my skin.

We had a lot to live up to after last year’s effort, but I think these are pretty damn impressive for something we came up with 2 days before Halloween!