Devised and performed by Chloë Smith and Jassy Earl this original performance explores grief in an intimate space that has been crafted to support audience members as they reflect, either aloud or internally, upon their feelings and evolving experience of grief.
This performance is part of the programme for the 2019 Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival - for more information about the rest of the festival, go to: www.mhfestival.com
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Alana Duvey, Dharma Geddon and friends are back with their first ever Drag-Opticon online special, 'Drag-Lockticon', supportingone of Glasgow's most stunning, historic venues The Britannia Panopticon!
The Britannia Panopticon Music Hall are proud to present to you the best of the flourishing Glasgow drag scene with The Drag-Opticon Show!