Highlights of Glasgow's LGBT celebration Glasgay 2014

Including Cardinal Sinne, Ron Athey, Vikki Stone, Mouse & Reservoir Ducks and Sara Pascoe

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Glasgay Highlights

Mouse & Reservoir Ducks

Laura Maxwell takes her pick of the exciting events at this year’s LGBT celebration in Glasgow

Cardinal Sinne

A cardinal has to prove his heterosexuality in this religious comedy. Writer Raymond Burke and director Grant Smeaton have created an awkward situation for those most esteemed of men.

Tron Theatre, Wed 22 Oct--Sat 1 Nov.

Ron Athey: Messianic Remains

In this fourth instalment of his Incorruptible Flesh series, AIDS survivor Athey pushes his body hard to demonstrate just what the human physique can endure. A talk on the subject at Gilmorehill Centre (Thu 13 Nov) will also be available to book.

The Arches, Tue 11 & Wed 12 Nov.

Vikki Stone: Instrumental

After a career path that includes being a backing singer for Elton John and performing in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s private theatre, musical comic Stone has collected instruments by various means to tell their, and her, stories.

The Stand, Mon 10 Nov.

Everyday Courage: Mouse & Reservoir Ducks

Starring radical physical performer and erotic star, Mouse, Reservoir Ducks seeks to teach us of gender power. This edition of Everyday Courage’s queer club night is created by artist Anna Frisch, who is known for her London club nights.

The Art School, Fri 14 Nov.

Sara Pascoe vs History

In her Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated show, Pascoe spins a deeply personal tale of dating woes and sperm donation with a painful honesty many will relate to.

The Stand, Sun 2 Nov.

Sara Pascoe vs History

Intelligent observations and quirky storytelling from the actress and stand-up.

Cardinal Sinne

There's to be a new Pope, and the Cardinal needs to journey to the Vatican for the election, but a journalist stalls his trip by asking questions about the past.

Vikki Stone: Instrumental

Vikki Stone's musical comedy featuring 20 instruments.

Ron Athey: Incorruptible Flesh: Messianic Remains

The final in Athey's Incorruptible Flesh series explores enlightenment and death.

Mouse & Reservoir Ducks

DJ Hush and Casey O'Connell present this queer club night with physical performer/erotic star Mouse plus Reservoir Ducks – Anna Frisch's performance about ducks who discover gender power.

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