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Rogue Alternative Fair, Manchester

Frog and Bucket Comedy Club
102 Oldham St,
Manchester

Tickets: £4 in advance and £5 on the door.
Sun, 13 Oct, 01:00 – 17:00

The Rogue Model Management Halloween fair and cabaret returns for another fangtastic instalment With this edition having an array of sinfully naughty delights. Trick or treat?
Hosted by the fabulous Valen Vain watch delectable Performances that are sure to be hotter than hell by Lolita Laytex, Dante-Layla and Kitty Massacre alongside a guest appearance by Rosie Garland!

Fancy a shopping spree? Then check out the array of amazing traders onsite selling crafts, jewellery, clothing, accessories plus more!
Come party with us rogues for an unforgettable sinful Halloween soirée!

Over 18's Only.
Visit the events section of: https://www.facebook.com/roguemodelmanagement/
for trader and performer updates.

On the door discount for NUS/Emergency Services/Armed Forces/Veterans.
Tickets will also available from the Frog and Bucket booking office. Please check their page for opening times.

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Gothic Writing workshop, Clayton Hall

Dark Fiction Writing Course at Clayton Hall
Clayton Hall,
Clayton Hall Road,
Manchester, M11 4RU

I’m delighted to be guest workshop facilitator at Clayton Hall in October.

Writer-in-residence Hannah Kate leads a six-part weekly writing course (with performance night) in the unique and evocative setting of Clayton Hall. Learn techniques for creating atmospheric and evocative writing, workshop your ideas, and share your work in a friendly and supportive environment. This course also includes a guest workshop from Manchester author Rosie Garland.

Wed 2 Oct (7-9pm): Guest workshop by Rosie Garland

https://www.visitmanchester.com/whats-on/dark-fiction-writing-course-at-clayton-hall-p427171

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Sunday, 25 August 2019 16:12

1.10.2019 - Testify, Chester

Testify

Hanky Panky Pancakes
20 Commonhall Street,
CH1 2BJ Chester,
Cheshire

Poetry Without The Pretension

Come and share your words with us!
Whether you're new to poetry or a seasoned professional, all are welcome to come and share their work.
Don't fancy performing? Come and watch for an inspiring night

Tues 1st October at 7:30pm – special guest – Rosie Garland!

Sign up on the night for a slot - sign ups from 7pm

Pay What You Feel (suggested £3)

https://www.testifypoetry.co.uk/

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Sunday, 25 August 2019 16:02

23.9.2019 - BICONIC, Manchester

Biconic - Spoken Word for Bi Visibility Day

The Font
7-9 New Wakefield St,
M1 5NP Manchester

19:00-01:00
Donation on the door PAYF

Join us for a spectacular charity night of spoken word from some of the North West's finest bi and pan identifying poets and writers! We will have poems, games, unicorn dress up, cocktails, mocktails, prizes and an amazing DJ to take us through til 1am.

LOOK AT OUR INCREDIBLE LINE UP:
Jackie Hagan
Rosie Garland
Kinsman
Maz Hedgehog
Genevieve Walsh
J Lythgoe
Mica Sinclair
Bob Horton
Xavier Velastin
Jane Claire Bradley
Janey Colbourne
Bryony Bates
Midnight Shelley
Andy Pilkington
Bonnie Hancell

Plus your comperes Drew Lawson and Helen Darby

On the decks: The sublime JESS ROSE
All proceeds will be split equally between Biscuit and Biphoria
Unicorn cocktails from Font - one pound from every sale to charity
Come and be super visible bi and pan and allies with us!!

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Writers in the Bath

The Bath Hotel
66 Victoria St,
Sheffield, S3 7QL

Entry: £4
Time: 7.30

Love hearing and meeting great poets? It’s second Tuesdays at Writers in The Bath
With special guests Rosie Garland & Dawn Gorman!

We’re honoured to have guest writers who held us in thrall last time they visited, & surely will again. Let’s turn out in force to welcome them to the warmth of The Bath. Arrive early if you want to get a seat.
Open Mic Event
Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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I’m thrilled to announce that Val McDermid has selected me as one of the 10 most compelling LGBTQI+ writers working in the UK today!

Val said: “These writers are writing for everyone. These are not words for a niche readership. These are not writings for a ghetto. These are the works of writers who have something to say that can be – and should be – heard by as many people as possible.”

She continued: “Auden was wrong when he claimed “poetry makes nothing happen”. Words do change the world, reader by reader. They open our eyes, they provoke thought. The work of these 10 writers… will awaken in us fresh delight in the wonder of words.”

The list was commissioned by the National Centre for Writing and British Council, supported by Arts Council England as part of a two-year programme to promote writing from the UK to an international audience. It also includes the amazing Colette Bryce, Juno Dawson, Juliet Jacques, Keith Jarrett, Kirsty Logan, Andrew McMillan, Fiona Mozley, Mary Paulson-Ellis & Luke Turner.

The Guardian - The Word Is Out. Val McDermid selects Britain's 10 most outstanding lgbtq writers

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Listen Softly: Book Fringe Special

Golden Hare Books
68 St Stephen Street
Edinburgh EH3 5AQ

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
6:30 PM 7:30 PM

with performers Rosie Garland + Jane Bradley + Jamie Thrasivoulou
MC’d by Claire Askew & Dominic Stevenson
open mic slots available

Don’t miss our Book Fringe special of Listen Softly, our beloved monthly poetry night that creates a supportive and relaxed atmosphere for performance. Featuring three performances Rosie Garland, Jane Bradley and Jamie Thrasivoulou + open mic slots!
Listen Softly is a welcoming, inclusive and supportive spoken word evening, with much joviality and encouragement.
If you are interested in trying out new material or flexing your performance muscles (no experience required) then comment below or send us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

https://www.bookfringe.com/whatson/listensoftly

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Tuesday, 23 July 2019 14:58

11.8.2019 - Antwerp Queer Arts Fest

Antwerp Queer Arts Festival

De Studio
Maarschalk Gerardstraat 4,
2000 Antwerpen,
Belgium

Lecture / Cabaret
13:30 - 15:00

Rosie Garland, writer and cabaret performer from Manchester (UK), will tell us about the suffragette movement in the UK in a lecture, and jazz it up with a Victorian suffragette song or two.
After her talk she is invited to Fleur Pieret’s salon, where Els Flour of het Archief- en Onderzoekscentrum voor Vrouwengeschiedenis (AVG-Carhif) will address the similarities and differences with the struggle for women’s vote in Belgium.

From there we take it to a salon discussion on which battles still need to be fought today. For this discussion, we invited several panellist, all believing in the benefits of an intersectional feminism and will discuss what that means to them.

Clarice M.D. Gargard (NL) is journalist and UN-Women Representative. In March 2019, her documentary film Daddy and the Warlord (director Shamira Raphaela) was released. The doc deals with her family background and the Liberian civil wars. Her book ‘Drakendochter’ (Arbeiderspers),will be launched in september 2019.

Ilse Ghekiere (BE) is a dancer and activist (#Wetoo, ENGAGEMENT). In 2017 Ghekiere received a grant from the Flemish government in order to research sexism within the Belgian dance scene. She is author of several #metoo-related articles, amongst which #Wetoo: What Dancers Talk About When They Talk About Sexism. She founded ENGAGEMENT, an artist movement that puts issues concerning sexual harrasment, sexism and abuse of power in the art world on the agenda.

Simon(e) van Saarloos (NL) is a writer, performer and philosopher. Her manifest “Het monogame drama” (by August available in English as “Playing Monogamy”) did not go unnoticed. In September the essay “Herdenk herdacht”, about queer oblivion, white remembering and physically commemorating.

AQAF is an international arts festival, questioning gender and sexual diversity, that takes place each year at the beginning of August. Entering its sixth edition, each year we have programmed both local performers and international talent within a variety of art forms: music, literature, film, dance, theatre, exposition, performance…

https://www.queerarts.be/sunday-august-11?fbclid=IwAR2ASQb7qtlvhjDp8hZoZUYu2ZvGRQl4wpbqH2D-TXh-vMHSZsKq2KlOY1E

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Tuesday, 23 July 2019 14:55

27.7.2019 - FaxFiction, Sale

FaxFiction

The Chambers Waterside Arts
1 Waterside Plaza,
Sale, Trafford M33 7ZF

Saturday, July 27, 2019
18:30 21:00
Tickets: £8/£6

Old technology – we all used it, and it’s still there: cassette tapes, floppy discs, videos, 35mm slides, overhead projectors, Ansaphones, games consoles, View-Masters, faxes, Dictaphones, reel to reel, Ceefax…
How did we function with these ancient machines, these relics of the future?
In FaxFiction, seven writers – Sarah-Clare Conlon, Gary Fisher, David Gaffney, Rosie Garland, Valerie O’Riordan, Fat Roland and Nicholas Royle – have created six brand-new short stories focusing on these old technologies, and they will perform their pieces using gathered artefacts as part of this show, made uniquely for Refract:19.

Back with a bang for its third edition this July, is the opportunity to experience things differently at Waterside during Refract:19 . Running from Thursday 18 July to Saturday 27 July, this ten day event promises the very best in live comedy, music, dance, experiential performance and theatre.

https://www.refract.org.uk/events/faxfiction

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LGBT+ tour of The John Rylands Library

The John Rylands Library
150 Deansgate
Manchester, M3 3EH

Saturday, July 27, 2019
11:15 AM 1:30 PM
Free event

Towering over Deansgate, The John Rylands Library is one of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
Imposing? Yep. Daunting? Sure. Ever ventured inside? Think it’s not the place for ‘you’?

Come on this specially-designed tour with Manchester writer Rosie Garland. Nominated for the Polari Prize & winner of the Coop LGBT Novel of the Year, her latest book ‘The Night Brother’ has been described as ‘Orlando meets Jekyll & Hyde’.

Discover how she’s Queering the Rylands, using the collections to inspire her new novel. Find out about ghosts, and the woman who built the library. How we can write our queer stories into new spaces.
Join us and put a queer pin in the map of Manchester.
Here be dragons!

https://superbia.org.uk/events/lgbt-tour-of-the-john-rylands-library

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