Celebrating Pride with our queer club residents Shoot Your Shot

We're thrilled to welcome The Poetry Club residents, and Scotland's number one alternative queer club night Shoot Your Shot, to the Galvanizers Yard on 16-17 July for a full-on sensory banquet in celebration of Pride month. 

Book tickets and see the full line up here, or read on to discover more about a couple of the spectacular performers - all introduced by the Shoot Your Shot crew. 

Pride Square Pink Pound

PINK POUND

Hosting Friday 16 July

Pink Pound is a larger than lyfe drag demoness, charming coquette, and amateur artiste. She is also the solo performance and electronic music project of Andrew Milk. She hosts a monthly radio show on Clyde Built Radio as well as the (on hiatus) queer karaoke extravaganza Bum Notes.

Pride Square Cc Time

CC TIME

Hosting Saturday 17 July

Christian Noelle Charles aka CC TIME is that Black contemplative visual practitioner based in Glasgow, Scotland. A Syracuse, New Yorker, Christian's work is an exploration of female representation and self-love in a contemporary world. Christian takes inspiration from today's pop culture, modern performance techniques, and personal experiences. She also derives inspiration as a performance artist from the relationship between performer and audience member. By using the mediums of photography, printmaking, video, and performance her work demonstrates a celebration of self-love and individuality.

Pronouns: She (Ready!) / Her (Story!)

Pride Square Taahliah 1

TAAHLIAH

TAAHLIAH is a DJ and producer from Glasgow. After making her name in the underground queer club scenes of Berlin & Glasgow as a DJ and remixer, she took stage as a producer in 2021 when she started releasing on London label untitled recs.

Always, as TAAHLIAH seeks to represent and bring visibility to her community, she invariably ends up conveying universal messages of power, acceptance, bravery and euphoric fun. TAAHLIAH has placed herself at the centre of a new generation of electronic producers revitalising both dance and pop music.

Pride Square Junglehussi

Junglehussi

Party starter, party finisher! Clyde Built Radio resident Junglehussi has been well known on the Glasgow club circuit for a number of years. Junglehussi will be playing the anticipated Riverside Festival Glasgow and Doune The Rabbit Hole this summer along with playing our magnificent Pride line-up. Expect to shimmy in your seats as they are no stranger disco flurries and quick blends of the percussive sound.

Pride Square Lady Rampant

Lady Rampant

Introducing Scotland’s lioness, it’s Lady Rampant! This high-heeled activist uses her two law degrees to influence her performances and frequently works with third sector organisations, the Scottish press and politicians advocating for equality. As such, she won Best Political Queen at the Glasgow Drag Awards 2020. Talent, humour and intelligence all wrapped into one, she has earned her spot as Scottish Drag Royalty.

Pride Square Gloria

Gloria

Riding in side-saddle fresh from Beelzebub's riding school comes the horsehair allergy of Glasgow drag, @gloria_ignominy! Just as cloven-hoofed as before the pandemic and with neigh chance of a bad time, this night-mare will gallop to the boundaries of bad taste and beyond! Muck out your stables and get ready for a load of pony, Gloria OK!

Pride Square Asparagus

Asparagus

The sluttiest non-binary plant in Glasgow. Fusing the arts of foliage drag and genderfuck burlesque, ASPARAGUS uses their leafy charms and earth-given curves to fluster and astound.

Pride Square Lezzer Quest

Lezzer Quest

The hyperactive, slightly dysfunctional love child of Shoot Your Shot founder Bonzai Bonner and Anna Gram, LEZZER QUEST will perform their first set at an event since February last year (!!!) on Friday 16 July.

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