Join Queer Fringe Festival for our headliner finale, the author Shon Faye in coversation to coincide with the launch of the paperback version of The Transgender Issue.
Shon Faye was born in Bristol, and is now based in London. After training as a lawyer, she left the law to pursue writing and campaigning, working in the charity sector with Amnesty International and Stonewall. She was an editor-at-large at Dazed, and her writing has been published by The Guardian, The Independent and Vice, among others. Faye recently launched an acclaimed podcast series, Call Me Mother, interviewing trailblazing LGBTQ elders.
An exhibtion of photographs and outfits from The Welsh Ballroom Community.
Free | All Day (8am - 7pm) | Morgan Quarter
I'm finally using my body for what I feel like it's made to do - Owain Train McGilvery
Owain Train McGilvary’s exhibition is informed by his close connection with a wrestling group for women and non-binary people, in the southside of Glasgow. Owain spent the last two years working closely with the group and has created an intimate video portrait that distils many of their conversations to explore key themes including the role of ‘villain’, gender, kinship and working class lives.