How To Build a Christmas No.1

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  One of the many quintessential British obsessions with Christmas we suffered growing up in the UK,  was the race by an assorted questionable bunch of singers/performers to be Top of The Charts on Jesus’ birthday . Why the ‘race’ became such a fixation we will never know especially when we suffered through such ‘gems” … Continue reading

Ireland’s gayest export MARK T COX live at The Glory for ONE NIGHT ONLY (twice)

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  If you’ve not had the pleasure of Mark T Cox yet its way past time you did.  This queer Irish cabaret performer with a passion for extraordinary large dickie bows and very camp musicals will soon be back at  East London’s alternative club The Glory.  It’s Camp Saturday Night Cabaret with Ireland’s gayest export … Continue reading

London : Life Drawing with a Queer twist

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The Glory is unquestionably one of East London’s hottest venues.  It is a queer and alternative pub that is known for its wild parties, creative clientele and vast eclectic programming of performance art and drag shows. It also plays host to a whole series of life drawing classes run by wearestarkers.com who are model Roy Joseph … Continue reading

MYNO’s ‘Oblique Ascension’ Exhibit opens at THE GLORY (one of Queerguru’s fav London queer venues)

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  Myno’s show is called Oblique Ascension and comprises six large digital works, which explore themes of queer energy, expression and performance. The images were inspired by visits made by Myno to The Glory last summer and, in particular, seeing contestants in the annual drag competition LIPSYNC1000. Celebrating the breadth and variety of drag for … Continue reading

People Like Us: An Evening of Revellry

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  For a evening of Revellry, People Like Us are taking over iconic East London queer venue The Glory, creating a site-specific installation of images and holding a cabaret featuring talented participants from the project to celebrate the work so far.  ‘People Like Us’ is an ongoing collaborative photography project by artist Holly Revell, exploring … Continue reading

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