Friday, March 09 I This is Johnny Woo The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton London’s ‘Tranny Superstar’ (TIME OUT) and undisputed king of parties presents an intimate evening of performance. Having recently celebrated 10 yrs in the business of alternative cabaret, Woo brings elements from his most recent show ‘This Is Jonny Woo’ straight from The Soho Theatre to Brighton. A show of highlights and favourite pieces from his substantial repertoire following his time as a ravenous party animal, through personal moments following a stay in hospital and his re-emergence even bolder and sillier than ever. Buckle-up for a rollercoaster ride into the mind of one of London’s favourite club stars. Stories, raps, caricature and high fashion. What more can you want!
Friday, March 09 I Adam Stafford, So Many Wizards & LeThug Henry’s Cellar Bar, Edinburgh Adam Stafford is a great live performer, steadily and oddly building his loops and samples up into lush pop songs. He will be joined by So Many Wizards, who are over from the States and LeThug, a new droney, electronic pop band from Glasgow.
Friday, March 09 I Gutter Lane: Backstreets and Byways Jekyll & Hyde, Edinburgh Gutter Lane is a bustling Victorian backstreet brimming with forbidden pleasures and dubious wonder. Every month in the Jekyll & Hyde bar they invite you to don your top hat, strap on your Bustle and take your seat for a cabaret show with a difference.
Saturday, March 10 I BelFAST & FURIOUS Valley Leisure Centre, Newtownabbey Belfast Roller Derby presents their first competitive bout on HOME soil! Heading back to the track where it all began, 2 teams join an amazing ref crew to blast muscle, make-up and fishnets across The Valley. From convoy packlines to precision jammer leaps across the inside line, two teams: THE BELFAST BANSHEES and CRoC RUDE BIRDS will find the best ways to get ahead; pushing the limits of what’s possible on eight wheels. LIVE Roller Derby is new to Northern Ireland so come out and show your support for the first and only league in the country.
Wednesday, March 14 I Affordable Art Fair London 2012 Battersea Park, London The Affordable Art Fair returns to Battersea Park on 14-18 March, where 120 galleries offer a stunning array of contemporary art from just 50 pounds up to 4,000 pounds. From the hottest young talent to firmly established household names, you’re bound to find something you love whether you are an experienced collector or simply looking for a masterpiece for the mantelpiece.
Wednesday, March 14 I Fatherson The Jam Jar, Dunfermline Another great night of live music at The Jam Jar headlined by Fatherson with the support to be announced. This is the first single to be taken from Fatherson’s self-titled EP which came out in July last year through King Tuts Recordings.