Make it Fabulous! 2019

COMING OUT IN 2019
Call for acts and participation in a brand new programme of events for LGBT History Month Scotland – February 2019.

To mark the 50th year since the Stonewall Riots (July 1969), Outspoken Arts Scotland wants to hear from acts, troupes, performers, artists and activists.

We want to capture what is to be LGBT in 2019 but we also want to remember where it all began and celebrate the fabulous explosion of LGBT culture since Stonewall, through Gay Liberation and Pride Marches. We want you to be inspired by and perhaps celebrate the wonderful troupes of artists who led the way such as Hot Peaches, Bloolips, The Cockettes and even London’s own Duckie.

If you have an act, performance, show or idea that could make us laugh, sing or cry we want to hear from you. Whatever your identity, be you drag queen, femme, dyke, diva, bitch, boy, bear, or ally or none of these- if you can get up on a stage and tell your story – we want to hear from you.

Send us some of the following things –
a headshot, CV, publicity materials, youtube or other social media or website links to your work. mailto:steventhomson@outspokenarts.org

P.S. Make it Fabulous!

Stonewall Inn, New York City, 1969

Hot Peaches, NYC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAROL LAULA & GUESTS

A Celebration of Female Independent Music Artists (FIMAs)

Building on the success of the Wicked Women live show series (as part of International Women’s Day), Scottish singer-songwriter, Carol Laula, (pictured above) brings together and celebrates female songwriters in this unique collaboration.

Featuring performances from Lisa Kowalski, Marie Collins, Linzi Clark and Jordan Stewart, the show aims to shine light on female music artists and songwriters at a time when iconic shows and festivals across the country are being questioned about gender equality in their performer line-ups. Raising awareness around the issue, Laula aims to shine a light on a new breed of talented female artists.

WED 31 OCT, 8.30PM, £8.50
book online now
Age Suitability 12+
Event takes place in Victorian Bar:  Children and young persons will be allowed in the bar areas of the premises when accompanied by a responsible adult.”

Socials:
Twitter handle: @carollaula
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/carollaulamusic
YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/CarolLaulaYouTube

Press Quotes
“Scotland’s leading singer-songwriter” (Glasgow Herald)
“Laula’s songs deal with strength in adversity – especially from the modern woman’s perspective – on a personalised but universal level. (Q Magazine)

Linzi Clark

Marie Collins

Lisa Kowalski

Jordan Stewart   

National Lottery Scotland

The charity has been funded by Awards for All for its Expanding Horizons programme in Paisley & Renfrewshire.   This engagement programme will run to March 2019.

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