Queer Theory: Radical Tenderness
  • Glasgow

"Radical tenderness is A force to be reckoned with In a world that holds Hostility in its embrace. Self expression is a cultivation of self love that Begins when you find your tribe: Your queer and trans siblings And chosen family They say no feeling is ever new Which to me means You are not alone, even if you dont know it" Someone Else Who Feels The Same by Mandla Rae, 2020


Julian // Julia Fisher, David Ronan & Kirstin Halliday

Tina Justina

Father Daddeiagh

Ross Willcock

Nikhita Devii

Chris Weir

Tami B2B Mica

~ Schedule ~
Cabaret 7.30-11
Club 11-3

Coverpic features image from 'The Angelic Conversation' by Derek Jarman.

Venue accessibility: we are using the basement venue that is only accessible by stairs. Nice n Sleazys toilets are gender neutral. The venue has a safe space policy and will have a safe spaces rep working on the event.

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