Brunswick Hotel

Brunswick Hotel is one of the only small independent hotels in Glasgow and is located in the historical and richly cultured Merchant City area of Glasgow city centre, close to George Square.

Its simple but stylish Merchant City hotel has varying rooms of all sizes, 3 bedroom apartment accommodation sleeping up to 6 persons and also houses its friendly and vibrant cafe bar Brutti Ma Buoni and venue and meeting space Basura Blanca.

For more information and to book visit their website

Broken Rainbow

BROKEN RAINBOW UK is the only National LGBT Domestic Violence Helpline providing confidential support to all members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) communities, their family and friends, and agencies supporting them.


LGBT communities have changed radically. Within the last five years, new legislation has given us rights and equalities that we could not have imagined only a decade ago. We have become confident and bold, challenging oppression and able to make demands. However, we are only just beginning to acknoledge the presence of domestic abuse and domestic violence within our community.

Broken Rainbow UK is dedicated to bringing the issue out into the open, raising awareness, and offering help and support to those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence or domestic abuse.


Our objective is to relieve the distress and suffering caused to lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender people by domestic violence and abuse, in particular but not exclusively by doing the following:

  • Raising awareness in the LGBT communities and elsewhere of the impact of homophobic, transphobic and same sex domestic violence on the lives of LGBT people;
  • Offering advice, support and referral services to LGBT people experiencing homophobic, transphobic and same sex domestic violence;
  • Offering information, advice and training to people who are responsible for domestic violence policy and practice in mainstream and specialist organisations, or who are otherwise involved with the survivors and perpetrators of those suffering from domestic violence, with a view to increasing the physical safety and mental well-being of LGBT people who experience such violence or abuse.


Dir. Katarina Peters
Katarina Peters FilmProduktion
co-produced by media co-op
Germany-UK 2012, 96 mins

SUN 27 OCT, 6PM & 8.30PM
CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD
Tickets Tel 0141 352 4900

Katarina Peters’ documentary observes a Diane Torr workshop in Berlin in which a group of open-minded women come together to discover the secrets of masculinity. What makes a man a man and a woman a woman? Precisely when and where is gender identity formatted? How much is nature and how much nurture? Each of Torr’s workshops represents an open-ended laboratory experiment in social behaviour in which the question is posed: is it possible to deliberately play out different roles and create a space in which to transgress both masculine and feminine characteristics?

Post film Q&A with Diane Torr and the film-makers
Supported by Goethe Institut, Glasgow

Menergy presents Raja

MENERGY presents Raja
Winner of RuPAUL’S DRAG RACE Season 3

AXM,80 Glassford Street, G1 1UR
Tickets – £10 advance, £15 door
£30 VIP area access with champagne reception,
Meet, Greet & Souvenir Photo Opportunity.


Famed for her runway-pounding style and editorial looks, Raja will be performing her hit singles ‘Diamond Crowned Queen’, ‘Sublime’ & ‘Zubi Zubi Zubi’ live, with support from the drag queens of London’s Starlight Revue drag show!

This will be a very popular event, so buying tickets is highly recommended!