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Official Pride Guide 2012

Saturday 14th July Fringe Events 12-16th July Scotland’s Largest Pride Event


Welcome Contents Fringe Festival Page 4 Parade Page 6 Entertainment Page 6 Food and Drink Page 7 Youthspace Page 7 Marketplace Page 7 Information Stalls Page 7 Entertainment Page 8-9 Afterparty Page 10 Getting to Pride Page 12 Scene Guide Page 13 Scene Map Page 14 Staying Safe Page 18 Fringe Listings Page 21 Stall Listings Page 22 Equal Marriage Page 24-25 Donate £3 to Pride Page 26 Directors Report Page 28 What Does Pride Cost Page 29 Thank You Page 30 Final Word Page 30

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Fringe Festival The Fringe Festival is a new addition to this year’s festival and encompasses a range of different events happening over the Pride Weekend. These events are being run and held by third parties rather than by Pride Glasgow. Below are a select few of the events running over the weekend. See page 21 for a list of other events and also check out the fringe festival section of the Pride Glasgow website at www.prideglasgow.co.uk for more!

Lip Service Fan Event - Sunday 15th July Rent - The Musical 12-14 July 2012 The

second series of lesbian drama Lip Service was more popular than ever. If you’re now suffering from the lack of Lexy, Sam, Sadie, Frankie and Tess in your life, then fear not, because the first ever Lip Service Official Fan Event will take place in Glasgow on Sunday 15th July. The event includes talks and a Q&A with Harriet and the cast at the Glasgow Film Theatre from 12 – 3pm. From 6.30pm at Sloans Glasgow, there will be a cast signing, photos and a big old knees up with comedy, bands, DJ’s recreating Rubies Bar and Tess’s Dykes Of Hazard birthday party and much more. Tickets are priced £56.00. Check out www. lovescotland.com/holidays/lipservice for more details

There’s No Place Like Court The Court Bar has a lot in store over the Pride Weekend and this including Desperado Boys serving, Wizard of Oz Theme Miss Diana Drawers with facepainting, extended outside terrace and beer promotions along with raffles and staff auctions. Helping to raise funds for Barnardos and Pride

“RENT is an award winning, rock musical with music and lyrics by the brilliant Jonathan Larson based on Giacomo Puccini’s opera La bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling to survive and create in New York’s Lower East Side in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS. A 4 show run in a beautiful city centre venue and produced by The2David’s Theatre Productions - a musical theatre group aimed at introducing the arts to vulnerable children, teenagers and young adults. This is their biggest fundraiser yet! Not to be missed!” Tickets can be purchased at www.wegottickets. com/f/4022 and cost £10.00.


Parade & Rally

The Parade starts at Kelvingrove Park at Kelvinway and will come down Argyle Street, ST Vincent Street, West George Street, Nelson Mandela Place, George Street and finish on George Square All floats and participants for the parade must be in place by 11.45am for the parade to start at 12pm it is anticipated that the parade will arrive at George Square for 1.30pm where the rally will take place - The Parade will once again be led by Sheboom! You can gather at Kelvingrove from 11am and George Square from 1pm

The stage is set for a street party to remember and this year’s main stage lineup is set to have your summer sizzling check out pages 8 and 9 for the entertainment lineup!

DJ Marc

Cheri Treiffle Co-Hosting Pride Glasgow Again this year is Scotland’s most successful & best loved Drag Queen, Cheri Treiffel D.S.M. O.B.E. (Dirty Sex Maniac On The Bed With Everybody). Cheri work’s constantly & Travels the length & breadth of the country, Europe & further with her award winning cabaret show.

Scott Agnew

Scott is one of Scotland’s top comperes and has proved himself as a master story teller with his regular appearances at top comedy clubs around Scotland. The comic mixes tales of nightlife, gay life and tramp life to charm his audiences and transport them into his world which is far from run of the mill by anyone’s standard.

Is it a burd, is it a dame, naw its a slack Alice! DJ Marc has been a DJ on glasgows gay scene for the past 10 years. Marc currently dj’s in the underground and has dj’ed in The Polo Lounge, Delmonicas and Bennets. He is ecstatic to be back on the pride stage and invites you to go a bit gaga and join him in mincing over the rainbow. Marc is sexy and we all know it!

The IT Girls Appearing on stage whenever DJ Marc is blasting the tunes are Scotland’s hottest all female dance troupe the IT Girls


3e Hospitality are very proud to be providing the licensed bar area sponsored by Smirnoff within a gorgeous marquee at this years Pride Glasgow Festival in Glasgow’s George Square. We will also provide two pop up bars selling jugs of Pimm’s and also 3e Shambles along with a range of alcoholic and nonalcoholic refreshments for attendees to enjoy during the event.

Food and Drink 3e Hospitality Excellence, Everytime for Everyone

Event Bar Hire

3e Hospitality will also be providing a variety of catering units on the day.

Whatever kind of party you require we have an outside bar to suit your needs. Each year we attend all kinds of events supplying inside and outdoor bar solutions. Varying from local fetes to large scale sports tournaments and branded corporate bars.

Price List

Catering

Shots £2 Jaggerbombs £4 Drinks Priced at £3 Smirnoff vodka and mixer Smirnoff Ice Whisky & mixer Lager Cider Specialty Cider £3.50

Wine Red/White £4.00 Soft drinks £2 Cola Diet Cola Irn Bru Diet Irn Bru Lemonade Cocktails Jug of Pimm’s or Shambles £17 per jug & £12 refill.

We provide a full range of catering to suit every event from canapés and buffets to lavish 3-course meals. We pride ourselves on delivering Excellence, Everytime, for Everyone.

Weddings & Civil Partnerships

We organise and coordinate hundreds of weddings and civil partnerships building a wealth of experience. We understand that this is the most important day of your life and will make sure you won't have to worry about your bar or catering on your wedding day. We believe Civil Partnerships should be the most magical and memorable day of your lives. With our bespoke Wedding Packages our Wedding Coordinator can tailor the perfect package especially for you.

SPECIAL OFFER: Champagne & Canapé reception for £5.95!! (Quote ‘gay pride’ when booking for our exclusive offer) Contact us for a no-obligation quote E-mail: info@3ehospitality.co.uk Tel: 0800 756 6587 www.3ehospitality.co.uk CC image ‘Champagne’ courtesy of Yannick Garcia

Youth Space

Marketplace

LGBT Youth Scotland will be on hand at this year’s Glasgow Pride to provide a safe friendly space for young people up to the age of 25. You can use this area to access information and support, take part in fun activities or generally just socialise with other young LGBT people. There will also be a range of free stuff for you to get your hands on. So come along and say hello and get your free Glasgow youth wristband.

Information Stalls

Gaydio The UK’s only FM radio station will be broadcasting the event live! l Look out for them you never know you might get to be on air!

This year sees the busiest marketplace ever at Pride Glasgow. A range of stalls offering a range of products from t-shirts to the all important rainbow accessories including a rainbow umbrella just in case the weather doesn’t hold up! See page 22 for a selection of the stalls

The information stalls area this year is sponsored by the West of Scotland LGBT Forum and will play host to a range of stalls from public, private and third sector organisations as well as clubs and groups. Pop along and have a look and pick up plenty of freebies that no doubt will be being given out! See page 22 for a selection of the stalls


Certain to have the X-Factor when he takes to the stage is 2009 X-Factor winner and Popstar to Opera Star winner Joe McElderry. This Number 1 Artist is headlining this year’s event and his voice is certain to set your heart racing! 13.00 Music 13.30 Opening of the Event 13.35 Speeches 13.50 Minute Silence 13.55 Ashley McCullagh 14.00 Wham Bam Rocket Man 14.15 DJ Marc and the IT Girls 14.25 Cheri Treiffel 14.30 Shona McVay as Lady Gaga 14.50 DJ Marc and the IT Girls 15.00 Demimonde

Gabriela and Monica Irimia better known as The Cheeky Girls took the UK By storm back in 2002 asking us all to Touch Their Bums! Sponsored by AXM Club Glasgow

He set AXM alight when he performed over their opening weekend and we are sure he’ll do it again on stage. X-factor’s heart-throb Lloyd Daniels Sponsored by AXM Club Glasgow

Merchant Pride Favourite Barbara Bryceland impressed the legend that is Sir Tom Jones on this year’s the Voice UK and we are ecstatic to have her performing at this year’s festival!

He rocked Pride Glasgow 2010 and because of Public Demand we have brought this international recording artist, critically acclaimed pop writer & live performer back to rock the George Square once again STOP PRESS JUST AS WE WE’RE ABOUT TO GO TO PRINT SCOTLAND’S BRAND NEW BOYBAND SUPANOVA WAS CONFIRMED TO PLAY ON THE AXM STAGE


Demimonde are an electronic rock/pop duo from Glasgow. Consisting of twin brothers Darren and Liam. A mixture of synthetic, rock and drag energies creates a realm of fun high octane electronic dance music. Embedded within the aesthetics of Demimonde is the theme of self liberation, gay culture and good times!

Miss Ashley McCullach, first came to the publics attention with her appearance on “Stars In Your Eyes” as Shania Twain. Since then, apart from being an integral part of the Sell out “DIVA’S” show she has toured Scotland, wowing audiences with her polished cabaret style & her AMAZING voice. Ashley appears regularly on the Glasgow Gay scene at The Merchant Pride. Sponsored by Merchant Pride Beefy ass, beautiful legs! Described as one of Glasgow’s up and coming Drag Queens, A talented singer and a compare with flair. A cheeky bitch and a classy whore! Bee currently has a bi weekly residency at Underground Bar. Queeraoke Tuesdays and Bingo Saturdays. Super excited to be taking to the stage at this years Pride Glasgow and Sponsored by Underground to get everyone buzzing and singing!!

After her spectacular performance as Kylie Minogue in 2010, Shona McVay is back This year Scotland’s number 1 female tribute bringing you LADY GAGA.

15.15 Lloyd Daniels 15.35 Supanova 15.50 Sing along with Bee 16:05 Ashley McCullagh 16.20 Cheri Treiffel 16.25 DJ Marc and the IT Girls 16.30 Joe McElderry 17.00 DJ Marc and the IT Girls 17.10 Cheri Treiffel 17.20 Barbara Bryceland 17.45 Miss Munter 17.55 The Cheeky Girls 18.15 DJ Marc and the IT Girls

Whambam Rocketman are the UK’s biggest & best Tribute band to 2 of Great Britain’s most loved singer songwriters. Sir Elton John & George Michael.

18.20 Ryan Jagger 18.45 Thank You / Closing Number


Afterparty Join us at the official afterparty being held at and hosted by AXM Club Glasgow PROUD is the name of the night and broadcasting live on air across the nation from AXM Glasgow and AXM Manchester are two of Gaydar Radio’s famous DJs... Phil Marriott and Alex Baker! Playing the very best tunes all night long on Saturday 14th July from 6pm until the SPECIALLY EXTENDED TIME OF 4am - yes 4am!!! Celebrate in style this Pride with Gaydar Radio, Pride Glasgow and AXM... a threesome has never been so good! We’re proud to have AXM as an official sponsor of the event and you should be proud to support them!


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Getting to Pride Getting to Glasgow Train Glasgow Central Station is a key hub in the national rail network and provides excellent onward travel to the many beauty spots and places of interest within Greater Glasgow and the Clyde Valley. Glasgow Queen Street Station is the second main line station situated in the city centre. As well as providing excellent links to areas in and around Greater Glasgow. Its Express service to Edinburgh takes under 50 minutes and runs every 15 mins.

Car The main M74 north/south motorway allows quick, easy access to the entire region.

Bus Many bus operators run to Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus station for more information on buses from your area contact traveline scotland on 0871 200 22 33 or by visting www.travelinescotland.com

Getting to the Parade Start Point Bus First Services 9, 16, 23, 42 and 62 all stop directly outside Kelvingrove Museum which is a few minutes walk from the start point. All services leave from Hope Street at Central Station, with the exception of the 42, which leaves from Bath Street.

Subway Five minutes’ walk from Kelvinhall Underground Station. Ten minutes’ walk from Kelvinbridge Underground Station. Subway trains run to Kelvin Hall station, near Kelvingrove, at intervals of four to eight minutes.

Train Approx fifteen minutes’ walk from Partick Rail Station. Ten minutes’ walk from Charing Cross Rail Station. You can also walk to the start point which is an approx 30 minutes walk from the city centre George Square is located outside Queen Street Station and approx 10 minutes walk from both Buchanan Bus Station and Glasgow Central Station

Getting to George Square George Square is located outside Queen Street Station and approx 10 minutes walk from both Buchanan Bus Station and Glasgow Central Station


Street Party George Square Glasgow

Official Pride Venues these venues have shown their support for Pride either by sponsorship, fundraising or by helping us with the event. Make them your first choice come the Pride Weekend!

1. Underground 6a John Street

6. Polo Lounge 7. Riding Room 8. Delmonicas 9. Speakeasy 10. Milk 12. Luke and Jack (Adult Boutique) 13. The Virgina Galleries 14. Relax Central (Sauna) 15. Pipeworks (Sauna) 16. The Lane (Sauna) 17. Ambassadors Rainbow (Sauna)

2. AXM Club 80 Glassford Street

3. Court Bar 69 Hutcheson Street

4. Merchant Pride 20 Candleriggs

5. Club Menergy 18. Central Station 19. Queen Street Station

The Forbidden Gentlemen’s Club Maxwell Street

11. The Waterloo 306 Argyle Street


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Staying Safe

Your safety is paramount to the success of the event and here’s a few tips on staying safe at Pride 2012

can experience all 4 seasons in one day so make sure you bring a waterproof jacket with you just in case!

General Safety

Alcohol

Strathclyde Police are well trained in dealing with homophobic incidents and will have a presence on the day of pride should any issues arise please report these to either a Pride Glasgow Steward or the Police directly so that the matter can be dealt with

Pride is open to all age groups and please ensure that you bring ID if you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25 should you wish to be served at the bar. The Bar Provider will require everyone to have valid ID

Should there be any major incidents that occur that require the evacuation of George Square a message will be broadcast asking for your attention, please follow all instructions from the Police or Stewards Clothing Glasgow’s Weather is always unpredictable so don’t forget your sun cream as despite the rumours, Scotland’s sun can burn. on the other hand Scotland

Please do not bring your own alcohol to the event as bottles may be confiscated by security or the police due to Glasgow City Council strict bylaws on drinking in non licensed areas including the street. Do not overdo the alcohol and make sure you drink plenty of fluids and have something to eat through the day to help pace yourself. Also make sure you keep an eye on your drink and do not leave it unattended or with anyone you cannot trust. Drugs Pride takes a zero tolerance approach to drugs, the police will be called should any drugs be found. Legal highs are also not permitted at any Pride event and anyone found to be in possession of these will be asked to leave the event. Sexual Health Some of the stalls this year will be providing condoms and dental dams, use this chance to stock up and keep yourself safe and should you meet someone you decide to go home with always let someone know where your going. Lost Children

Visit www.freecondomsglasgowandclyde.org

for more information on where you can pick up free condoms and lube

Pride is a family friendly event and should any children get lost we will immediately put into action our lost child procedure we ask that you report any lost children to a Pride Glasgow steward immediately and we will then arrange for an announcement to go out.


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12th of July Rent The Musicial at Glasgow’s Adelaide’s

13th of July The Cheeky Girls at AXM Bear Night at The Underground Rent The Musicial at Glasgow’s Adelaide’s Merchant Pride Women’s Event

14th of July PRIDE GLASGOW Afterparty at AXM Club Glasgow There’s No Place Like Court Rent The Musicial at Glasgow’s Adelaide’s Menergy does Pride Frasers Pride The Waterloo Pride Festivities

15th of July Lip Service Fan Event The Court Bar - Karaoke at 4 with Carolanne

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Commercial Stalls

Community Stalls Barnardo’s Scotland

Gaysaway.co.uk

Bipolar Scotland

Shrinking Violet Designs

City of Glasgow College

HunniBee Jewelleree

Equality Network

Psychic Senses

Gay Men’s Health

The Tat Co

Glasgow Council on Alcohol

Groovebox

Glasgow FrontRunners

Rainbow Trade UK

GUSRC

Public Sector

LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing MCC

British Transport Police

NUS Scotland

Fusion Youth Group

Royal College of Nursing

Forestry Commission Scotland

Saltire Thistle Football Club

HMRC

Scottish Transgender Alliance

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Stonewall Scotland

Scottish Prison Service Strathclyde Fire & Rescue & Strathclyde Police Strathclyde Police Hate Crime West Lothian Council

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What is wanted? Equal Marriage is the Equality Network’s campaign to lift the discriminatory ban on same-sex marriage and mixed-sex civil partnership in Scotland. We urge the Scottish Parliament to: Change the law to allow same-sex couples to get married. Change the law to allow mixed-sex couples to register a civil partnership. Legislate to allow faith and belief groups to conduct religious same-sex marriages and civil partnerships. End the requirement that transgender must people divorce before attaining Gender Recognition. Why Its Wanted Equality under the law As the law stands same-sex couples are banned from getting married, and are instead restricted to the separate and symbolically different ‘Civil Partnership’, an institution that is not available to mixed-sex couples. Whilst civil partnership offers most – though not all – of the same legal rights and responsibilities as marriage, it does not carry the same social significance and cannot be described as equality. The existence of a ‘separate but equal’ segregated system of family law deliberately treats same-sex couples as though they are different and inferior, and sends out the wrong message at a time when the Government is seeking to tackle homophobia in society. We don’t want special ‘gay rights’, we just want equality - the same laws, the same rules, and the same rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people as for all other citizens.

Solution: Change the law to allow same-sex marriage and mixed-sex civil partnership. Protect and extend freedom of religion and belief. Currently all religious celebrants are banned from conducting same-sex marriages and civil partnerships regardless of their beliefs. This is an unacceptable infringement on the religious freedom of faith groups and same-sex couples of faith. Many faith and belief groups do want to conduct same-sex marriages, including the Unitarians, the Quakers, the United Reformed Church, Liberal Judaism, Reform Judaism, Humanists, Buddhists, the Metropolitan Community Church, the Open Episcopal Church, and the Pagan Federation. It is wrong that the wishes and rights of these faith and belief groups are ignored, and that same-sex couples are prevented from including their faith in a formal partnership ceremony. The Equality Network has always argued that no faith groups should be required to conduct samesex marriages, but religious freedom cuts both ways, and it is wrong for the opponents of equality to seek to impose their views on all other faith groups and the rest of society. Solution: Legislate to allow faith and belief groups to conduct same-sex marriages and civil partnerships. Allow an opt-out for those faith groups that do not wish to conduct same-sex marriages. End the discrimination against transgender people As the law stands a transgender person cannot obtain a full Gender Recognition certificate if they are married or in a civil partnership. Under the terms of the Gender Recognition Act 2004 transgender people are forced to get divorced or dissolve their civil partnership if they wish to attain legal recognition of their true gender. It cannot be right that a loving couple should be forced to end their legal partnership against their will simply because the law discriminates against samesex couples. Solution: Amend legislation so that transgender people do not have to divorce or dissolve their Civil Partnership in order to obtain a full Gender Recognition.


HELP SUPPORT

PRIDE GLASGOW Did you know it costs around £30,000 to put the event on and once again we’ve made sure you can enjoy it for FREE!

Text Prid12 £3 to 70070 You can donate any amount between £1 and £10 just by changing the £3 to that amount e.g to donate £5 just text Pride12 £5


Directors Report Reporting back on your Pride Festival! In 2011 the Pride Glasgow Board of Directors formed a steering group of skilled individuals from the LGBT community to help create Over the Rainbow - The Future of Pride in Glasgow.

Organising this year’s event has had a lot of highs including welcoming AXM Club as our headline sponsor and brought Joe McElderry to the stage.

Each event the community comes together to support pride but there are still companies within the community, who profit from the event but do not lend their support to it and whilst we can’t force them This development plan outlined how the event and organisation will grow from 2013- to contribute but we hope that we can work with all commericial venues, community 2018 groups and organisaitons to continue to We’ve already managed to achieve one aim make pride a success.. of this plan which is to become a registered Pride is about bringing a community charity. together to celebrate and to campaign for Our next step will be to recruit new skills to greater equality. We have used since 2008 the tagline “Lets Get Back Together” and the existing Board of Directors and to look thats what we strive to do at each event. at having a Board that directs and grows the organisation whilst we recruit a team to organise the event. This development plan also gives us a direction of growing the festival to ensure that it is represenative of the whole LGBT community and incorporates new activities from parts of the community that are currently under represented at the festival. One of the longer term aims is to ensure that Pride Glasgow happens every year however to do this we need to ensure that the event has enough support and funding to make this happen!

The future of Pride is secure we will be back and we will of course aim to make the event even bigger than the one before it. We welcome anyone who wishes to get involved just get in touch with us on get. involved@prideglasgow.co.uk

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How Much Does Pride Cost? These costs are based on the costs and income for this year

Income  Sources   5%   27%  

17%  

Headline  Sponsor   Stalls  and  Adver8sing   Other  Sponsorship   Grant  Funding  

7%  

Fundraising   Bar  Tender  

9%   21%  

Catering  Units  

14%  

Expenditure   2%   2%   2%  

9%   Street  Party   Parade   PR  

10%  

George  Square   Marketplace  

2%  

Corporate   8%  

63%  

Health  and  Safety   Youthspace  

2%  

Volunteer  Expenses  


With Thanks The festival wouldn’t happen without the support from a range of organisations and individuals. AXM Club Glasgow Brand new to the Glasgow LGBT scene AXM took the plunge and became the headline sponsor to the event and for that we are extremelly thankful they have went above and beyond in the way they have supported us to ensure the success of the event. West of Scotland LGBT Forum The Forum have continued to support Pride Glasgow through being a major supporter of the event. Underground Underground once again snapped up the chance to be our t-shirt sponsor and by continuing to support the event and give something back to the community. LGBT Youth For once again providing the young people of the community a safe space to be themselves during Pride! Stallholders and Advertisers With the majority of the funding coming from sponsorship we thank all those who have taken out adverts and/or stalls at the event as without them the event wouldn’t be as big as it is. Equipment Providers Thanks to Sono Vie, Event Equipment Hire and others for providing us wth all the necessary staging, sound and lighting, marquees, fencing and toilets for the event Strathclyde Police Thanks to Strathclyde Police in particular Diversity Officer Constable Rose who was always on hand to help us with advice when required

Sheboom For once again leading our parade and making sure we’re not just seen but heard! Performers Thanks to all of those who performed at this year’s event 3e Hospitality Thanks to 3e in particular Craig and Carrie for providing us with first class bar and catering services at this year’s event. Manic Dante Photography For providing high quality and professional photography to create an everlasting memory of the festival. Volunteers Thank you to all those who took part in helping create the event and stewarding during it.

Final Word The team behind Pride Glasgow have worked very hard this year to put on an event which we can be proud of and we hope that this has happened once again this year. We will be issuing a survey to help gather your views on the event and to help us get statistics to help attract future support for the event. Check out www. prideglasgow.co.uk/survey/ from the 12th of July to complete!


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Pride Guide 2012